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September 01, 1989 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-01

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EDUCATION

On the Shabbat of September 2
the following congregations in
Metropolitan Detroit
will salute

BAR•ILAN UNIVERSITY

MAY ITS PRINCIPLES OF
UNCOMPROMISING QUALITY AND
CONCERN FOR THE JEWISH PEOPLE
GUIDE IT IN THE FUTURE AND BE A
WORTHY EXAMPLE FOR
JEWS EVERYWHERE.

Rabbi Efry G Spectre
Rabbi Elliot Pachter
ADAT SHALOM SYNAGOGUE
Rabbi Chaim Bergstein
BATS CHABAD OF FARMINGTON HILLS
Rabbi Meilech Silberberg
BAlS CHABAD OF WEST BLOOMFIELD
Rabbi A. Irving Schnipper
CONGREGATION BETH ABRAHAM.
HILIE•MOSES
Rabbi Milton Arm
Rabbi Martin Berman, Assoc Rabbi
CONGREGATION BETH ACHIM
CONGREGATION BETH ISAAC
Trenton
Rabbi Paul Stephen Reis
CONGREGATION BETH ISRAEL
Flint
Rabbi David A. Nelson
CONGREGATION BETH SHALOM
Rabbi !slur Levin
CONGREGATION BETH TEFILO
EMANUEL TIKVAH
Rabbi Morton F. Yolkut
CONGREGATION B'NAI DAVID
Meyer Levin, President
CONGREGATION B'NAI ISRAEL.
BETH YEHUDAH

Rabbi Dr. Sherman P. Kirshner
CONGREGATION B'NAI ISRAEL
OF WEST BLOOMFIELD

Rabbi Eli M. Jundef
CONGREGATION SHOMREY
EMUNAH.OHEL MOED

Rabbi Noah M. Gamze
DOWNTOWN SYNAGOGUE

Rabbi Martin Gordon
UVONIA JEWISH CONGREGATION

The Agency for Jewish
Education and JEFF, Jewish
Experiences for Families, is
offering a Parenting Institute.
The Parenting Institute is
designed for parents who
want to help themselves in
child-rearing.
The opening session will be
on Sept. 17, at Congregation
Beth Achim from 9 a.m. to
12:15 p.m., and is entitled,
"Raising Parental Self
Esteem." Parents will be able
to share their child-rearing
concerns with each other and
with panelists.

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Mishkan Israel, Nusach H'Ari
WBAVITCHER CENTER

rCHIYAH CONGREGATION

Rabbi Daniel Polish, Sr. Rabbi
Rabbi Julian I. Cook,
Associate Rabbi
Dr. Richard C Hertz,
Rabbi Emeritus
TEMPLE BETH EL

Rabbi Peter K. Gluck
TEMPLE BETH EL
Flint

Rabbi Richard A. Weiss
TEMPLE BETH JACOB
Pontiac

Rabbi Lane Steinger
Dr. Milton Rosenbaum,
Rabbi Emeritus
TEMPLE EMANU•EL

Rabbi M. Robert Syme
Rabbi Harold S. loss
Rabbi Paul M. Yedwab
TEMPLE ISRAEL

Cash

The panelists are Dr. Ralph
Cash, Rabbi Daniel Polish
and Deanne Gins-Greenberg.
Dr. Cash is a pediatrician, an
associate professor at Wayne
State University, and author
of the newspaper column,
"Parents Ask." Rabbi Polish,
senior rabbi of Temple Beth
El, has had positions with In-
ter/Met, an interfaith, inter-
racial program in Washington
and the Synagogue Council of
America, an umbrella organi-
zation in the Reform, Conser-
vative and Orthodox move-
ments. Ginns-Gruenberg is a
family life educator who
trained as a nurse and has
been a frequent guest on
WXYT radio. The workshop
is free.

Rabbi Norman T. Roman
Rabbi Emst Conrad,
Rabbi Emeritus
TEMPLE KOL AMI

Rabbi Allan Meyerowitz
CONGREGATION B'NAI MOSHE
Rabbi Chaskel Grubner
CONGREGATION DOVID BEN NUCHIM
Rabbi Edward H. Garsek
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAYIM
Toledo
Rabbi Leo Goldman
CONGREGATION SHAAREY SHOMAYIM
Rabbi Irwin Groner
Rabbi William G. Gershon,
Assoc Rabbi
CONGREGATION SHAAREY ZEDEK

Rabbi Eliezer Cohen
YOUNG ISRAEL OF OAK WOODS

Rabbi Shaiall Zachariash
CONGREGATION SHOMREY EMUNAH

Rabbi Elimelech Goldberg
YOUNG ISRAEL OF SOUTHFIELD

Abraham Pastemak
SYNAGOGUE UAISON

Doreen Hermelin
Bernard H. Stollman
GENERAL CHAIRMEN

48 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1;1989

Parenting Institute Begins Sept. 17

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The "Sundowners" is open
to parents with preschool age
children. Parents and
children share in activities
such as arts and crafts, music,
storytelling, cooking, and
gym. The program meets in
the LaMed Auditorium of the
United Hebrew Schools Sig-
mund and Sophie Rohlik
Building, for four weeks
beginning Nov. 29 and Jan. 7.
An optional family dinner at
6 p.m. precedes the program,
which begins at 6:30 p.m.

Polish

co-sponsored by Common
Ground and is facilitated by
Deanne Gins-Gruenberg and
Julie Stitt, prevention unit
coordinator of Common
Ground. This program is open
to the public and is being held
at the United Hebrew Schools
Sigmund and Sophie Rohlik
Building. There is a minimal
charge per family.
"The Family Living Room"
program is designed for
parents and teens who want
to explore contemporary
issues from a Jewish perspec-
tive. Through the use of
videotapes, films and TV pro-
grams, family members will
be challenged to discuss
moral issues. Parents and
teens proceed to discuss
issues in small groups and
then in intergenerational
discussion groups. The group
meets on Sundays from 11
a.m. to 1 p.m., beginning
Sept. 24, at the United
Hebrew Schools Sigmund and
Sophie Rohlik Building. The
program is co-sponsored by
the National Conference of
Synagogue Youth and Jewish
Experiences for Families.
Registration is available
through the Community
Jewish High School and open
to the public.

Through the use of
videotapes, films
and TV programs,
family members
will be challenged
to discuss moral
issues. Parents
and teens proceed
to discuss issues
in small groups
and then in
intergenerational
discussion groups.

"Modern Midrasha — A
Psychological Look at the Bi-
ble," will begin Jan. 7, for six
weeks as part of the Paren-
ting Institute. Rabbi Bruce D.
Aft, director of the Midrasha-
College of Jewish Studies and
principal of the Community
Jewish High School, will
review the psychological
stages individuals experience
during their lives, how these
relate to biblical figures and
how the lives of our Bible
heroes affect us today. This
course is open to the public
for a charge.
For information, call the
Agency for Jewish Education,
354-1050.

Midrasha To Offer
Three New Courses

Rabbi Dannel I. Schwartz
TEMPLE SHIR SHALOM

Rabbi Arnold Sleutelberg
TROY JEWISH CONGREGATION

Rabbi Reuven Drucker
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREENFIELD

cation, problem-solving, sub-
stance abuse and sexuality
will be the themes of the four
sessions. This series is being

Gruenberg

"Building Your Youth's Self
Esteem" is being offered as a
four-part series of the in-
stitute on Sundays from Oct.
29 to Nov. 19, 9:30-11 a.m.,
and is designed to help par-
ents become more aware of
issues that youths are con-
fronting. It will help par-
ents enhance communication
skills so as to increase their
children's self-esteem and
respect. Building trust, listen-
ing, roadblocks to communi-

The Midrasha College of
Jewish Studies is offering two
courses for the fall semester
toward Hebrew teacher cer-
tification, and a master's
level course toward a
Midrasha master's degree
program.
"Storytelling II: Tell Me A
Story . . . Continued," taught
by Corinne Stavish, instruc-
tor of speech commuication at
Wayne State University and
Lawrence Technological
University, is for the advanc-
ed student in storytelling and
will focus on skills. The
course will meet on Tuesdays

from Sept. 12 to Oct. 17 from
7:30 to 9:30 p.m., and is of-
fered for 1.5 Midrasha credits
toward Hebrew teacher
certification.
"Strategies for Improving
Instruction" will be taught by
Mary Jennings, learning
disabilities consultant,
Oakland Schools. Jennings
will provide students with
practical ideas for applying
current research on reading
comprehension to the
teaching of expository texts.
Participants will enhance
their understanding of
reading as an interactive pro-

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