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September 08, 1989 - Image 53

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-09-08

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You've given
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belonging.

You've given your children designer baby clothes, designer haircuts, vacations to all the best
places, the hottest toys and trinkets; probably bought them the best tricycle money can buy. After
all, nothing's too good for your children. We couldn't agree more. We're parents, too. And that's why
we want to .make sure you give your children spiritual riches.
At Temple Beth El, your family will have the opportunity and guidance to explore religion,
moral, social and ethical considerations. Rabbis Polish and Cook will involve younger children in
services and prayers. Cantor- Gail Hirschenfang will teach them to sing the songs that make our
services so special. And the congregation will share its warmth, attention and friendship. There's
plenty to involve children of all ages. We all have followed many of our children from Consecration
to Confirmation, through our various youth groups to high school graduation. Our rabbis visit
college campuses to stay in touch with our older students. And we have had the pleasure of
celebrating the marriages of our collective children. We are, after all, an extended family interested
in the well-being of all our children.
If you're typical of most parents, you want the best for your children. We do, too.
We invite you to-come to services at Temple Beth El. If you want to enrich your children's
lives, it's where you belong.

Temple Beth El.

7400 Telegraph • Birmingham, Michigan 48010 • Phone: 851-1100.
Join us for our new member Open House, Monday, September 11 at 7:30 p.m.
Ask about our special financial incentives for young families.

or:4114ork,004.10

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS 53

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