Parashat Re’eh- Weekly Announcements

August 22, 2014/ 26 Av 5774

Shabbat Times

Candle Lighting: 7:31pm

Friday Mincha: 7:15pm

Shacharit: 9:00am

Latest Shema: 10:12am

Snif: No Snif

Shabbat Learning: 7:15pm

Shabbat Mincha: 7:55pm

Havdallah: 9:07pm


Kiddush is sponsored by the following families, welcoming Ori and Chaim to the community: Buckman, Ershler, Fridman, Garden, Gilan, Harris, Israilov, Jundef, Mendelson, Scharg, Schloss, Schnipper, Seigerman, and Steiner.

If you are interested in sponsoring an upcoming kiddush, or purchasing a leaf or a memorial board light, please contact Rabbi Jundef.

Weekly Classes

The Monday class for women will resume in the fall.

The Mishna Brurah class will meet on Monday.

The Tuesday class for men will meet at 5:30pm.

The Wednesday class will meet after services.



Meet your Madrichim

*Please donate to the Ohel Moed Youth Fund to help cover the cost of having the Shlichim in our community.  If you donate before Rosh Hashana, your donation will be matched dollar for dollar by an anonymous donor! If you would like to donate by credit card, please visit and click the Donate button.

*If you would like to host Ori and Chaim for Shabbat or holiday meals, sign up on Mealtrain here:
Please review the kashrut guidelines included in the letter send out last week.

*We are pleased to announce that leaves from our new tree of life are available for purchase. The cost is $200 per leaf for members and $250 per leaf for non members. A boulder can be purchased for $500.

*The numbers for Ohel Moeds Eishes Chayil Mikvah are: 248-320-6541 or 248-737-3337. Please call 48 hours in advance.

Eruv Update: Please click on the link to the view the Eruv fundraising appeal and annual report: (suggested donation is $120/family/year)

Weekly Davening Times

Shacharit: 8:00am
Mincha: 6:30pm

Shacharit: 6:50am
Mincha: 6:30pm

Tuesday/Wednesday: Rosh Chodesh
Shacharit: 6:50am
Mincha: 6:30pm

Shacharit: 7:00am
Mincha: 7:05pm

The earliest time for Tallis and Tefillin are: 5:50, 5:51, 5:53, 5:54, 5:55, and 5:56am

Shabbat Shalom!