In an effort to protect our families from the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we join with other Jewish funeral homes and follow the directives of health professionals and the Michigan Board of Rabbis. Services will be limited in size and currently are held only at gravesite. However, most services are broadcasted and may be viewed live and are recorded on our website. We will continue to provide professional, dignified and compassionate service. Our highest priority is the health, safety, and comfort of our families. Thank you for your understanding.
Today is July 11, 2020, which corresponds to 19 Tammuz, 5780. Our local sunset is at 9:10pm.
The Dorfman Chapel's modern facility opened in 2001 and serves the Jewish community of Detroit and southeastern Michigan. It is located 5 miles east of the intersection of Interstates 275 and 696 in Farmington Hills.Our beautiful, state of the art building, is centrally located for the Jewish Community and in close proximity to the cemeteries, making the chapel easily accessible
We have comfortable seating for 600 people in the main chapel meaning we have the most chapel seating and the most paved, striped, on site parking of any Jewish, Michigan funeral home
Our chapel is housed in a striking facility with magnificent stained glass and notable art works
Our facility includes separate private rooms for the family, for clergy, and, under a separate roofline, Cohanim. We also have a bereavement library to help you cope with the feelings engendered by a passing or potential passing of a loved one or friend
We hope our website will answer many of your questions and give you an opportunity to become familiar with our facility and philosophies. We are available to answer any questions you may have and we encourage you to either call, email, or stop by in person.
Phone: 248.406.6000 toll free: 866.406.6003 fax: 248.406.6005
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Licensed funeral directors: Alan Dorfman, Jonathan Dorfman