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May 20, 1988 - Image 10

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-05-20

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Continued from Page 6

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to membership. There
is a need for clarification.
Input on religious matters
in the Conservative move-
ment comes from both the
leadership of the Jewish
Theological Seminary and
the committee on law and
standards of the rabbinical
assembly, the professional
organization of rabbis.
Dr. Schorsch, chancellor of
the seminary, has decided to
grant the diploma of chazzan
to women. The committee on
law and standards, however,
has yet to rule on the halachic
validity of women in the can-
torate. It is the opinion of the
majority of members in the
cantors assembly that a rul-
ing from this committee is
necessary.

Our vote was not meant to
embarrass the chancellor or
create disunity within the
movement. Plain and simple
it expresses the need for ad-
ditional information .. .
It should be pointed out
that neither the Jewish
Theological Seminary nor the
rabbinical assembly endorsed
the ordination of women as
rabbis on the first vote.
Within our ranks is a diver-
sity of opinion. To criticize us
for being unable to settle this
issue on the initial ballot is
unfair.

Chazzan Stephen J. Stein

Chairman, Tri-State Region
Cantors Assembly
Beth El Congregation
Akron, Ohio

OPINION

Priorities

Continued from Page 7
among the Jews of Moscow;
the matzah and wine and
other ceremonial foods led in
many cases to long and
animated discussions of the
meaning of Passover.
On our first night in
Moscow, some 20,000 people
crowded into the synagogue
and overflowed into the
street. For many among the
religiously ignorant who, out
of simple curiosity or a deeper
need, came to Moscow
synagogue that evening,
there seemed to be a new
sense of awakening, a sense of
solidarity with other Soviet
Jews never felt before. I
believe this experience may
turn out to be their first step
on a journey toward
understanding their Judaic
heritage.
One leaves with the convic-
tion that Soviet Jews must be
provided with the opportuni-
ty to learn about Judaism
and the means, even on a
token basis, to quicken their
sense of Jewish identity.
Some things are already be-
ing done. Prayer books and
bibles have been sent to the
Soviet Union, as have Hebrew
language materials. Through
negotiations with Soviet of-
ficials, the Appeal of Cons-
cience Foundation — an
ecumenical organization
dedicated to advancing
freedom of religion around
the world — has arranged for
the recent opening of a kosher
take-out restaurant in
Moscow. Other projects aimed
at building awareness and
understanding of the Jewish
cultural and religious
heritage are being planned.
These are small but
remarkable gains. The age of
glasnost already has seen ad-

vances in the religious sphere
that would have been un-
thinkable during previous
regimes. I returned from
Moscow persuaded that op-
portnities will soon arise to
bring Judaism to a communi-
ty that knows little if
anything about what it
means to be a Jew.
By taking advantage of
these opportunities, we can
help trigger a spiritual
awakening.

Reform Cite
Local Leaders

The Fund for Reform
Judaism dinner will be held
June 2 at Thmple Beth El, the
Metropolitan Detroit Federa-
tion of Reform Judaism has
announced. Leonard Trunsky,
past honoree for Temple
Israel, will serve as dinner
chairman.
During the dinner, six new
honorees will receive the
Lamed Vav Award "for
outstanding service" to their
temples and the local Reform
community.
These are Leonard Simons,
past president of Temple Beth
El; Dr. David Schwartz, past
president of Temple Beth
Jacob, and his wife, Judy, past
president of the Temple Beth
Jacob Sisterhood; Allan
Tushman, past president of
Temple Emanu-El; Helen
Gilbert, a long-time Hebrew
tutor at Temple Israel; and
Gerald Wigod, past president
of Temple Kol Ami.
The guest speaker at the
event will be Rabbi David
Hachen, regional rabbi of the
Northeast Lakes Region of
the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations.

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