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September 13, 1985 - Image 106

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-09-13

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SYNAGOGUE

Did You Remember
to send someone a
gift subscription to

Complete Fur Service
29540 Northwestern Hwy. Southfield, MI 48034
(313) 358-4585

THE
JEWISH NEWS?

Southfield Beauty Supply

thanks
all their friends and customers
for their patronage and wishes
everyone a healthy and happy
holiday season
559-1042

Southfield Rd. • Farrell's Shopping Plaza

The

Allan
Family
Wishes all their relatives,
friends and customers,
a very Happy & Healthy
New Year!

Norman Allan
Esther Allan'
Lawrence Allan
Daniette Attan
Nancy Sturman

Reform Classes Offered

Thirty classes will be offered
when the College of Jewish
Studies begins its fall semester
on Oct. 2 at Temple Beth El.
The college is the official
adult education project for the
Reform congregations of Met-
ropolitan Detroit. The courses
are open to any adult. Temple
membership is not required.
According to Cantor Norman
Rose, dean of the college, this
marks the 19th year of the Col-
lege of Jewish Studies, and it is
the fifth year that the college is
working closely with the Mid-
rasha College of Jewish Studies.
Classes are taught by rabbis,
cantors, educators, other profes-
sionals in the field of Jewish
education and clergy of other
faiths.
Courses include: Beginner, In-
termediate and Advanced Yid-
dish; Comparative Judaism; the
Talmud; Moses Mendelssohn —
The 200th Anniversary of His
Death; Jewish Values and the
Arts; A survey from Antiquity
to Today; Ancient History of the
Jewish People; Holocaust —
What Lessons Have We
Learned; Israeli Dancing;
Judaism and Christianity; A
Camera View of the Book of
Genesis; Jewish Experience in
America; Torah and Haftorah

,

Cantillation; Medieval Jewish
History; Judaism and Crisis; Re-
form Jewish Life Cycle; The
Jewish Family: Continuity or
Change: Jewish Responses to
Modern Jewish Problems.
Courses entitled Introduction
to Judaism I are open to anyone,
but are specifically designed to
meet the needs of prospective
converts to Judaism. Introduc-
tion to Judaism II is being in-
troduced to students who have
recently participated in an In-
troduction to Judaism, concen-
trating on some aspects of
Judaism and contemporary
Jewish life which was not
covered before.
Courses for religious school
teachers' certificates are being
developed for the near future.
Presently a course in classroom
management is being offered, as
well as courses in Bible, history.
Faculty members include:
Temple Beth El, Rabbi Dannel
Schwartz, Rabbi Norman Ro-
man, Sylvia Barr; Temple Beth
Jacob, Rabbi Richard Weiss;
Temple Emanu-El, Rabbi Lane
Steinger, Cantor Norman Rose;
Temple Israel, Rabbi Harold
Loss, Joseph Poisson, Sonia
Syme, Rita Abramson; Temple
Kol Ami, Rabbi Ernst Conrad;
Midrasha College of Jewish

To all of our friends & customers

A HEALTHY &

HAPPY

THE ROSENS

Wish You All A Happy and Healthy
HOLIDAY
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