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The Detroit Jewish News, 1987-10-09

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Beth Shalom To Cite
Their Clergy Oct. 23-24

A weekend of celebration
will draw the community to
Cong. Beth Shalom in Oak
Park on Oct. 23 and 24 when
the Conservative Jewish
synagogue honors its clergy
for their combined 34 years of
service to the congregation
and to the metro Detroit
area.
Synagogue members and
their families, along with peo-
ple from surrounding com-
munities, are invited to a
special Kabbalat Shabbat
service on Oct. 23 and to a
dinner-dance on Oct. 24 in
recognition of the contribu-
tions of Rabbi David Nelson,
Cantor Samuel Greenbaum,
and Ritual Director Samuel
Semp.
Sabbath eve services at 8
p.m. Oct. 23 will open the
weekend activities. Special
presentations will be made,
and a special Oneg Shabbat
will follow the service where
everyone can greet the clergy.
Refreshments will be served.
On Oct. 24 at 8:30 p.m., the
officers and board of direc-
tors of the synagogue, will
present a dinner-dance in the
synagogue's social hall in
honor of the rabbi, cantor,
and ritual director. Called "A
Night to Remember," the
event is black tie optional.
For information and reserva-
tions, call the synagogue,
547-7970.
Rabbi Nelson came to Beth
Shalom in 1972 as its
spiritual leader. He is a past
presiding officer of the
Detroit Round Table of the
National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews, former na-
tional board member of the
Academy of Parish Clergy,
and the Jewish represen-
tative of the New Religious
Movements Committee—a
pilot program of the Chris-
tian Communications
Council.
He has been a member of
the Total Living Commission
of the city of Southfield and
chaplain for the Southfield
Police Department. Since
1982, Rabbi Nelson has been
instrumental in establishing
a Jewish chaplaincy at Royal
Oak's Beaumont Hospital.
Among his rabbinic and
Jewish communal activities,
Rabbi Nelson is the past
president of the Conservative
Rabbis of Metropolitan
Detroit, a member of the
Rabbinical Commission of
Metropolitan Detroit and the
Rabinical Assembly of
America, chairman of the
Michigan-Ohio-Kentucky
Region of the Rabbinical
Assembly and a participant
in the _ first Rabbinic Leader-

ship Institute at his alma
mater, Brandeis University.
He has been director of the
Michigan Region United
Synagogue of America,
member of the National Latin
Affairs Committee of the
Anti-Defamation League, co-
chairman of the Catholic-
Jewish Conference
"Understanding the Jewish
Experience", scholar-in-
residence of the Butzel Fami-
ly Camp, and is a board
member of the Jewish
Association for Retarded
Citizens.
Cantor Greenbaum was
engaged by the congregation
in 1973. Along with his can-
torial and pastoral respon-
sibilities, he works with
religious school students to
train for their b'nailb'not
mitzvah, teaches adult educa-
tion classes in Jewish music
and synagogue skills, con-
ducts the youth and adult
choirs, and serves as the
youth director for the
synagogue.
Cantor Greenbaum is a
regular speaker and per-
former for Jewish organiza-
tions such as the Jewish
Home for the Aged, Federa-
tion Apartments, Jewish
Community Center and
Jewish Vocational Service.
Cantor Greenbaum trained as
a mohel under Rabbi Harry
Bronstein of Brooklyn, New
York and has practiced as a
certified mohel for 21 years.
He is a member of the Can-
tors Assembly of America
and has served as president
of the Tri-State Region Can-
tors Council and of the Can-
tors Council of Detroit.
Ritual Director Semp join-
ed the synagogue in 1982. He
coordinates matters pertain-
ing to ritual and synagogue
services, leads daily morning
and evening services, reads
Torah at Sabbath services,
and pays personal attention
to assisting members with
special events in their lives
such as observing the an-
niversary of a family
member's death, gravestone
unveilings, visits to the ill,
and family celebrations in the
synagogue. He also teaches
seventh grade in the Beth
Shalom Religious School.
He has held teaching, ad-
ministrative and counseling
positions at Camp Ramah in
Canada, Beth Tzedec Con-
gregational School and the
United Synagogue Day
School in Toronto, Canada,
and Beth Israel Synagogue
and Hebrew Religious School
in Flint, Michigan.

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