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August 19, 1988 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-08-19

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Just like Moses' wife.
Or Queen Esther's husband.
Throughout history, there have been
intermarried couples and converts
to Judaism.
At Temple Shir Shalom, they're as
much a part of our congregation
as any other member. We welcome
intermarried couples and converts
into our family with open minds,
open arms, and open hearts.
Many times there is a reluctance and

a fear of not being accepted by
others, that prevents intermarried
couples and converts from joining
a congregation. They may be shy or
embarrassed. They may worry about

not "fitting in."
At Temple Shir Shalom, we have support
groups that offer an opportunity to
share your thoughts, your concerns,
and your faith. We are starting new
programs for intermarried couples,
parents of intermarried couples,
recent converts and those
contemplating converting to Judaism.
To become an important part of the
Shir Shalom family, just call
our Rabbi at 258-8970.

Temple Shir Shalom • 5642 Maple Rd., at Orchard Lake Rd. • West Bloomfield • 258-8970

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