Tributes

Remembering a loved one or marking a special occasion is often done with tzedekah, making a donation in honor of the particular person or event. There are a variety of ways in which this can be done at Temple Israel. Tributes may be made by calling the Temple Israel Office (248-661-5700) or, by filling out this on-line form. MINIMUM DONATION IS $12.00.

Donors have the following options:

  • A $12.00 contribution to any fund with a note sent to the recipient.
  • A $18.00 Chai contribution with a special acknowledgement card sent to the recipient.
  • A $25.00 library book contribution will inscribe a book dedication (Library Fund only) and with a note sent to the recipient.
  • A $26.00 contribution to any fund with a note sent to the recipient.
  • A $36.00 contribution to any fund with a note sent to the recipient.
  • A $50.00 contribution to any fund with a note sent to the recipient.
  • A $54.00 Ora V' Simcha book contribution will inscribe a book dedication (Prayer Book Fund only) and with a note sent to the recipient.
  • A $118.00 Siddur Prayer book contribution will inscribe a book dedication (Prayer Book Fund only) and with a note sent to the recipient.
  • "Other" donation amount, your choice, $119.00 or higher.
A bookplate will be placed in books to mark the occasion. 
 

Fund Descriptions

CLICK HERE to view all Temple Israel Fund Descriptions
    

Click here to make a contribution 

 


 Sisterhood Tributes

Sisterhood Tributes are available through Sisterhood by contacting:

Jodie Polk at 248-624-9594 or Click Here to purchase a tribute online.


 
 Here is a look at the certificates that are available for various donations.
 

 

About Us

HIGH HOLIDAY TICKETS: Any High Holiday ticket requests placed/sent to Temple Israel after 5:00 pm on Thursday, September 14, 2017, will be available for pick up at the security desk at The Tyner Entrance, either during business hours prior to the holidays or when you arrive for services. They will not be mailed!

Temple Israel is a Reform Jewish Congregation which seeks to fulfill its religious and ethical goals by being a center for spiritual fulfillment, life-long learning, cultural enrichment, community leadership, social responsibility, and by lovingly entrusting our Reform Jewish tradition from generation to generation. We are committed in our support of the State of Israel and of the Jewish people throughout the world.

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