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May 09, 1986 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-05-09

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Holocaust. He said some are fear-
ful of his motives, that perhaps
he may indirectly be promoting
interfaith marriage, for example.
He strongly states that is not the
case. Now, he says, many people
are opening up to his efforts to
promote dialogue between the
faiths.
"We're not pointing fingers at
--- anybody," Lyons says, "we're try-
ing to get understanding."
Rabbi Dannel Schwartz, senior
rabbi at Temple Beth El, lauded
the work of the Ecumenical Insti-
tute and added that the Jewish
community has a vested interest
in it "because it is helping the
Jewish people in getting the story
across to the non-Jewish commu-
nity."
Schwartz called Lyons "a
righteous gentile of the `80s" for
his work.
Rabbi James Rudin, national
interreligious affairs director for
the American Jewish Committee,
said the closing of the institute
"would be a grievous loss to
Christians, Jews and the general
American community."
"I fear for him (Lyons)," Rudin
said. "Like a candle he can burn
out. His work has implications
beyond Michigan." Rabbi Rudin
called the institue unique in its
method of combatting hatred.
"He is doing it in a way that is
authentic and effective and
reaches an enormous number."
A proposal to merge the insti-
tute with the Greater Detroit
Round Table (now Greater De-
troit Interfaith Round Table) of
the National Conference of
Christians and Jews was rejected
by the national NCCJ body. Bob
Arcand, director of the Detroit
NCCJ affiliate, said that while
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the organization is supportive of
the Ecumenical Institute "we're
unable to help (financially) right
now."
According to Mrs. Saulson, the
only way to continue is to have
"basic underwriting of programs.
We have to get on a fiscally sound
basis," and not last-minute panic
fund raising. As a result of aDet-
roit Free Press article last week
detailing the institute's financial
strains, members of the Shaarey
Zedek Men's Club approached
Lyons at his testimonial with
pledges of support.
An emergency meeting was
scheduled for this week by the
major supporters to draft a plan
of action for solvency. An applica-
tion also has been made to the
United Way.
Lyons said he doesn't like fund
raising, admits it's not his area of
expertise and said he feels his
time is better spent in programm-
ing. If he has to spend so much
time raising funds, "I can't carry
out the work of the institute."
If the hoped-for funding does
not come outreach projects begun
by Lyons as well as a 1'2-hour
radio show and cable TV program
about Jewish-Christian relations
will have to cease or be forgotten.
In the meantime, Rev. Lyons is
proceeding with his work as best
as he can under the circum-
stances. In addition, he has taken
on the role of interim minister at
the Bushnell Congregational
Church of Detroit.

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