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January 21, 1983 - Image 6

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-01-21

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6 Friday, January 21, 1983

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Revitalized Synagogue Role Envisioned

NEW YORK — The head
In declaring that the syn-
of the Rabbinical Council of agogue must recapture its
America says the American early primacy, Rabbi Gil-
Jewish community "will bert Klaperman said, "Sur-
have to convert our syna- vival in the Diaspora re-
gogues into schools for quires acceptance of the
adults with the same energy synagogue as the central in-
and imagination that we stitution in Jewish life."
once built our religious
"We will have to make
schools for children."
the synagogue a place
where social and com-
munal issues will be dis-
Party
cussed, where the Jewish
view of social action will
by
be expounded, where our
people will feel the im-
Chuck Borshanian
mediacy of outreach to
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and society in which we
live, and where the rele-
vancy of Judaism to so-
cial reality will be under-
stood and emphasized."
"The synagogue will haie
to broaden its nature from
being only a house of wor-
ship and a provider of
Kadish locale, to a true
house of learning and a true
instrument for improved so-
cial service and social action
and to provide a more mean-
ingful place for participa-
tion by women," said Rabbi
Klaperman.

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