Upcoming EventsAug20Sun11:30 am Detroit Macc-A-Baby GamesDetroit Macc-A-Baby GamesAug 20 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pmReady…Set…Go, Baby Go! From the Tummy-Time-Tug to the Toddler Trot and the Diaper Dash to the Stroller Strut, the Detroit Macc-A-Baby Games is an afternoon of fun for the whole family. Compete in developmentally appropriate games for parents and children … Continue reading →Aug28MonSep1FriSep2SatSep7ThuSep8FriSep9SatSep12TueSep15Fri10:00 am Bim Bom Baby ShabbatBim Bom Baby ShabbatSep 15 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 amMOMS, DADS, AUNTS, UNCLES, AND GRANDPARENTS! BIM BOM BABY SHABBAT Please join us to celebrate Shabbat with Temple Shir Shalom’s Rabbis. Bim Bom Baby is geared to babies and children 0-4 years old. Braid challah, sing songs, and make new … Continue reading →
Year End Giving
As you consider year-end charitable giving, consider how Temple has touched, and will continue to touch your life – through moments of joy and even loss in which you’ve been supported by our rabbis, through Cantor’s stirring voice, through High Holiday and Shabbat services and sermons that provide insight into our lives, through the joy of your children loving religious school, through friendships and a sense of community that you encounter at Shir Shalom and through the power we have as a congregation to promote the values that we hold dear.
The reality is that membership dues cover only 60% of our costs. Your year-end financial support enables us to ensure that Shir Shalom connects with members in each of these ways – and can take care of the costs of both maintaining our Temple and supporting our clergy and staff.
And there is good news for taxpayers over the age of 70 ½! Congress has voted to make permanent the exclusion from income of up to $100,000 per person, per year, for Individual Retirement Account (IRA) distributions which are given directly to charities.
Thank you for considering this request and making a tax deductible donation right here:
May this new secular year of 2017 bring you and your family health, success, happiness and peace.