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The Shul is founded on the principle that, while Jews embrace many levels of observance in their personal lives, there should be a place for all Jews - no labels, no affiliations - to develop a sense of community, to enhance the experience of being Jewish, to learn and to have fun.The Shul is just that place. By focusing on the individual's relationship to Judaism, The Shul appeals to all segments of the Jewish community. By offering a wide range of activities for adults, children and the whole family, The Shul follows many paths to enrich Jewish life in our community. And by bringing many different ideas together, The Shul can help you find The Jewish Community in your heart
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Learning & Inspiration
  • What Sigmund Freud Knew (But Did Not Understand) About JewsSigmund Freud, the “father of psychology,” was secular in his professed beliefs and practices. Here... Read More
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  • How Cartoonist Al Jaffee Found His Inner Jewish SuperheroThe 99-year-old illustrator’s not-so-secret identity as creator of the Shpy, hero to generations of... Read More
  • The Bible Reads Like a Soap Opera!I don't understand why there are constant ups and downs and such hardships in the Torah. Read More
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Shabbat & Holidays
Candle Lighting Times
West Bloomfield
Weekly Torah Portion
Upcoming Holiday
Jul. 9 - Jul. 30
Daily Thought
To an astrobiologist: A black hole was once a fiery sun. But then its fire went out. Eventually, it collapsed upon itself, rendering it a mass of tremendous density. And now, a star that once shone brightly holds its light within, even pulling in any surrounding light. In the place of light, a star now creates darkness. A person, too, may end up a black hole. Someone who is meant to shine and teach others—but has burned out and collapsed inward, absorbed in his own self. Now, rather than shining light for others, he absorbs all energy that passes his way...
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