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August 25, 1989 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-08-25

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Second Home.

That's how several hundred of our members feel about Temple Beth El.

If that seems incredible. to you, maybe you've lost touch with how
central to Jewish life a synagogue can be.

Traditionally, a synagogue was where our people came together to
pray, talk, study and sing. We still do. That tradition still holds. And we've
found when you come together enough to pray, talk, study and sing; you start
to feel close to each other. You start to feel like you belong with each other.
And the temple becomes a very comfortable place to be. It's good for us all to
feel part of a group who will offer support when we need it, share our joys
and let us know the security of belonging.

We invite you and your family to come over and get acquainted. Then
maybe, you'll come again. And again. And before you know it you'll feel com-
fortable here, too.

Temple Beth El. It could be your second home. But first you have to come.

Temple Beth El.

You've given your family belongings.
Now give them belonging.

7400 Telegraph • Birmingham, Michigan 48010 • Phone: 851-1100.
Ask about our special financial incentives for growing families.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS 51

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