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After a year unlike any other, we are looking forward to a 2021/5782 High Holiday season filled with joy and fresh beginnings. On behalf of the Temple Board and our entire staff, we look forward to sharing a New Year filled with increasing goodness and kindness, opportunities for growth and fulfillment, and abundant health and happiness.

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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 2021
6:00 PM 

Join Rabbi Brudney and the Prentis Memorial Library under the tent for an immersive experience as we learn different ways to reflect, meditate, and prepare for the High Holidays during the month of Elul. Walk away with an Elul starter kit including a journal, coloring pages, candles, and more  to help you bring these strategies home. No charge but space is limited. RSVP by July 30 to Laura Gottlieb at lgottlieb@tbeonline.org or 248-865-0627 to reserve your spot.

HIGH HOLIDAY SCHEDULE 2021/5782

Saturday, August 28
Selichot

7:00 pm    
Monajat (a reimagining of the Selichot ritual) led by Galeet Dardashti

Followed by a short Selichot  service led by our clergy


Monday, September 6
Erev Rosh Hashanah

5:30 pm    
Evening Service 


Tuesday, September 7
Rosh Hashanah Day

9:30 – 10:00 am    
Younger Children's Service
9:30 – 10:15 am     
Enrichment Opportunities
10:30 am    
Morning Service 
2:30 – 3:15 pm    
Older Children’s Service
3:30 pm    
Teen Tashlich 
4:00 pm    
Tashlich ceremonies in Birmingham, Franklin, and West Bloomfield


Wednesday, September 15
Erev Yom Kippur

7:30 pm    
Kol Nidrei Service


Thursday, September 16
Yom Kippur

8:30 am    
Open time on TBE campus 
9:30 – 10:00 am    
Younger Children's Service
10:30 – 11:00 am    
Teen Yom Kippur Event 
10:30 am    
Morning Service 
1:00 – 3:00 pm  
Enrichment Opportunities 
2:00 – 2:45 pm    
Older Children’s Service
3:00 pm
Stories of Survival and Inspiration 
4:00 – 4:30 pm    
Healing Service 
5:00 pm    
Yizkor and Concluding Service 
6:00 pm    
Havdalah / Break-fast 
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Global Voices Weekend with
scholar-in-residence Galeet Dardashti

Generously sponsored by Larry and Mary Epstein

Friday, August 27 @ 7:00 PM

Global Voices Summer Shabbat

As the granddaughter of Yona Dardashti, the most renowned singer of Persian classical music in Iran in his day, and daughter of highly esteemed cantor Farid Dardashti, Middle Eastern vocalist and composer Galeet Dardashti is the first woman in her family to continue her family tradition of distinguished Persian and Jewish musicianship. Galeet also pursues her passion for Jewish music and culture as an anthropologist. She holds a Ph.D. in anthropology, specializing in cultural politics and contemporary Middle Eastern/Arab music in Israel. She is currently Assistant Professor of Jewish Music and Musician-in-Residence at the Jewish Theological Seminary, and she has published widely on her work. She offers residencies, lectures, and workshops on her artistic and academic work.

 

Saturday, August 28 @ 1:00 PM

Nosh & Knowledge with

scholar-in-residence Galeet Dardashti
From Pulpit to Pop Chart: Sephardi/Mizrahi Poetic Songs (Piyutim)

Join prominent performer and cultural anthropologist, Dr. Galeet Dardashti, for this interactive and participatory program on Jewish Middle Eastern and North African piyyut traditions. Come hear, study, and learn to sing several of these artistic and beautiful religious songs, and gain an understanding of their shifting cultural significance throughout Jewish history and in Israeli pop and rock music today. Hosted by Sisterhood. Boxed lunches by Paul Wertz available for $12 each (or bring your own lunch and join us for free). RSVP by Aug 23 to Nancy Fortier at 248-495-5013 or nfortier@comcast.net

Saturday, August 28 @ 7:00 PM

Monajat (a reimagining of the Selichot ritual)

led by Galeet Dardashti
Followed by a short Selichot service led by our clergy

Monajat with Galeet Dardashti re-imagines the Selichot  ritual in collaboration with an acclaimed ensemble of musicians, an electronic soundscape, and dynamic live video art. Monajat is a Persian word meaning an intimate dialogue with the Divine. Using Persian melodies and Hebrew texts, the work pays homage to Dardashti's grandfather, a master Persian classical vocalist. She performs some of the Persian piyutim (liturgical songs) traditionally chanted as part of the Selichot service, as well as other liturgical and non-liturgical Hebrew and Persian poetry set to new music. Through electronics, she defies time and performs with her grandfather. Join us for this holy and unique experience, which will be followed by a short Selichot service led by our TBE clergy.

Watch High
Holiday Services

 

Erev Rosh Hashanah Service

https://vimeo.com/459687759

 

Rosh Hashanah
Younger Children’s Service

https://vimeo.com/459752226

Rosh Hashanah Older
Children’s Service

https://vimeo.com/459752295

 

Rosh Hashanah Day Service

https://vimeo.com/459728935

 

Kol Nidre Service

https://vimeo.com/462477787

 

Yom Kippur Younger
Children’s Service

https://vimeo.com/462710895

Yom Kippur Older
Children’s Service

https://vimeo.com/462711748

Yom Kippur Morning Service

https://vimeo.com/462725022

 

Yizkor Service

https://vimeo.com/462822711

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Programs

Click links below to re-watch any of these programs from Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.

 

Selichot with Israel Story

https://vimeo.com/457403056

 

Musical Moment with Cantor Rachel

https://vimeo.com/459758472

 

Torah Study with
Rabbi Brudney

https://vimeo.com/459757992

 

Afternoon Learning with Debbie Morosohk

https://vimeo.com/463256498

 

T’shuvah Journaling with Rabbi Brudney and Jennifer Hollander

https://vimeo.com/463256568

Stories of Survival

https://vimeo.com/464392959

Tools for successful conversations about forgiveness with Cantor Rachel and Carol Schwartz

https://vimeo.com/464398085

Yom Kippur 5781: Afternoon Meditation with Brandon Klein

https://vimeo.com/465215642

Yom Kippur is one of four times each year when we formally remember family and friends no longer with us, at our Yizkor service. In accordance with the traditions of our faith, we also pay tribute to them by entering their names in the Memorial Book.

 

 This year our Memorial Book is available online.

Click below to download or view our Memorial Book online.

Pre-recorded and Live Videos

Enjoy pre-recorded  videos from our High Holidays.

 

Avinu Malkeinu

https://vimeo.com/463247173/22cd95fcb8

 

Adonai Roi

https://vimeo.com/463247115/62991afbae

 

Adonai S’Fatai

https://vimeo.com/463247139/655edd8c4b

 

Kol Nidre Prelude
(Feat. Liz Rowin)

https://vimeo.com/463247176/e318bf6497

Kol Nidre 

https://vimeo.com/463247195

 

L’Dor Vador
(Feat. Youth Choir)

https://vimeo.com/463247251/a6ed56c91e

 

Mah Tovu

https://vimeo.com/463247315/879c6baff8

 

Oseh Shalom
(Feat. Music Shabbat Band)

https://vimeo.com/463247375/ba5ee203d2

 

V’al Kulam/Al cheit

https://vimeo.com/463247411/6170e76382

Rolling Shofar Blast

https://vimeo.com/463247408

Yizkor Video

https://vimeo.com/468596593

TBE 5781 Music:

Hold On (Simon/Norman)

https://vimeo.com/465215673

TBE 5781 Music:
Nachamu (Arian)

https://vimeo.com/465215717

TBE 5781 Music:
S’lach Lanu (Nelson)

https://vimeo.com/465215725

TBE 5781 Music:
Sh’ma Koleinu (Greenberg)

https://vimeo.com/465215762

Sh’ma Koleinu (Helfman)

https://vimeo.com/465215797

TBE 5781 Music:
Shiviti (Remstein)

https://vimeo.com/465215823

TBE 5781 Music:

The Spark of Creation (Schwartz)

https://vimeo.com/465215876

TBE 5781 Music:

The Story Goes On (Maltby/Shire)

https://vimeo.com/465215877

TBE 5781 Music:
When You’ve Got Trouble (Longley)

https://vimeo.com/465215929

TBE 5781 Music:
Beautiful City (Schwartz)

https://vimeo.com/465219372

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