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July 22, 1988 - Image 52

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ISRAEL

simply, "This Torah should be
with you."
Now all that remained was
the rabbi.
In the end, it was not the
booming membership or the
new site, in an office building
near Orchard Lake and
Maple roads in West Bloom-
field, that won over Rabbi
Schwartz. It was, he says, the
attitude of the congregants
that clinched the deal.
"They made it clear that it
would be an extremely uni-
que experience for me," he
says. "They wanted the rabbi
to be a full partner rather
than just an employee."
Part of being a partner
means that Rabbi Schwartz
will help run the religious
school, and have the right to
address whatever he chooses
from the pulpit and select the
prayerbook.
Rabbi. Schwartz wants none
of those thick prayerbooks
that line up one by one,
papers stuffed between their
pages, in front of seats in
temples and synagogues
everywhere.
Instead, he is writing a ser-
vice he described as "creative,
yet traditional." It will be con-
tained in a looseleaf binder
and follow an exact order, "so
there won't be any 'Turn to
page such and such, to inter-
rupt prayers," Rabbi Schwartz
says. "That is really disrup-
tive"
He also has started a new
program of offering bus ser-
vice for students in the
Hebrew school. Hebrew
school will be one day a week.
Rabbi Schwartz expects
Shir Shalom congregants to
live up to their responsibility
as partners, too. He wants
them to attend "town
meetings" so they can par-
ticipate in all aspects of the
congregation, and to help

plan services.
He envisions services by the
youth group, perhaps longer
moments of silence and the
accompanying music of a
flute and harp. Shir Shalom's
first service, slated for Aug. 5,
will be held under the stars.
The Schneids are en-
thusiastic about the service.
And that, Schneid says, is
something new in itself.
`.`Until Rabbi Schwartz, I
never had a rabbi I felt I could
talk to and get an honest
answer," he says. "When I was
young, I didn't even know the
rabbi. He was always
somebody up there (on the
pulpit)."
"The whole key to it is fami-
ly," adds Mrs. Schneid, saying
that she appreciates the close
feeling among temple
members.
As a volunteer in the new
temple office, Mrs. Schneid
shuffles papers in Manila
folders the way some Las
Vegas dealers shuffle cards.
The folders are filled with
sheets from a legal pad and
schedules and white papers
printed with Temple Shir
Shalom and a dove at the top.
They contain information
about the High Holy Days, a
temple picnic and family
Shabbat dinners.
The intimacy that family
Shabbat dinners can provide
is one of the things Ethel
Rosenblatt finds particularly
attractive.
"Shir Shalom has a small,
family-type atmosphere," she
says. "It's not the kind of
place where nobody knows
who you are."
"What's unique is that
everybody who is there wants
to be there, it's not because we
have to be," Bas says. "We
want to make it a nice setting,
and we want to make it
work:' ■

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