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October 27, 1989 - Image 56

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-10-27

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SYNAGOGUES

Join us
for our 17th Annual

Invitational Art Show

Temple Beth El
Hosts Borowitz

GALA RECEPTION

Friday, November 3rd - 8-11 p.m. - $5

1131UAINGUIAM TEMPLE
SHOW

Temple Beth El will host
theologian Rabbi Eugene
Borowitz Nov. 10 and 11 for
the temple's eighth annual
Rabbi Richard C. Hertz
Institute.
Rabbi Borowitz is the

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At Beth Achim

Saturday & Sunday, November 4th & 5th

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56 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1989

originator of Covenant
Theology, which posits that
Judaism is a personal rela-
tionship between God and the
people of Israel, as opposed to
a system of Jewish law, the
Jewish people's culture and
universal ethics. -
The Signiund L. Falk
Distinguished Professor of
education and Jewish
religious thought at the New
York School of Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of
Religion, he also is founder
and editor of the journal
Sh'ma.
Rabbi Borowitz will speak
on "Liberal Religion in a
Post-Liberal Time" at 8 p.m.
services Nov. 10 and at
11 a.m. services Nov. 11. On
Nov. 11, he will discuss
"Knowing What God Wants
of Us."
Free babysitting will be
available Nov. 10.

Adat Shalom
Plans Programs

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Adat Shalom will hold a
Shabbat family dinner
tonight in honor of the Con-
gregation's 1988-1989 new
member families.
A 6 p.m. Kabbalat Shabbat
service will be followed by a
traditional meal. Following
dinner, Professor Steven
Cohen will speak on "The
Jewish Family: Myths and
Reality?'

_ Adat Shalom Synagogue
will hold a "Photographic
Finish" road rally Nov. 4 in
the evening. The event is
organized by the synagogue's
social club, under the leader-
ship of Lori and Jim Issner.
Reservations are required.
Rabbis Efry Spectre and
Elliot Pachter of Adat Shalom
will teach a series of classes
on "Sung and Unsung Heroes
of the Bible" and "Israel and
Zionism: Ancient and Modern
Views, An Historical Ap-
proach" 7:30 p.m. Nov. 7, 14,
21 and 28.
The classes are open to the
public at no charge. To
register, call . Adat Shalom,
851-5100, by Nov. 3.

Rabbi Martin Berman,
associate rabbi of Congrega-
tion Beth Achim, will teach
three classes in November
about Jewish heritage.
At 7:30 p.m. Nov. 2, the
topic will be Pirkei Avot: The
Ethics of the Fathers; at 8:30
p.m. Nov. 2, he will teach par-
shat hashavua, the weekly
Torah portion. Both classes
will meet at the synagogue.
On Saturday Nov. 4, 45
minutes before Mincha, the
class will be Mishna Tractate
Shabbat, traditional study of
the Mishna, which deals with
the laws of the Sabbath
observance.
For inforination, call the
synagogue office, 352 8670.

-

Blood Drive
Planned Nov. 12

Temple Beth El Brother-
hood will hold its semi-
annual interfaith blood drive
9 a.m. 3 p.m. Nov. 12.
Breakfast will be available,
free to all those who donate
blood.
The Red Cross guidelines
require that an individual
must wait eight weeks in bet-
ween blood donations.
For information, call Byron
Siegel, 354-2500 or 626-1666.

-

Judaism, Astrology
Is Lecture Topic

"Judaism and Astrology:
Are They Compatible?" will
be the subject of Rabbi Mor-
ton Yolkut's lecture at the
B'nai David Institute for
Adult Education 8:15 p.m.
Tuesday at the synagogue.
The lecture is the second in
a series titled "Mysticism in
the Jewish Tradition." It is
open to the community with-
out charge.

Rabbi Hoffman
Sets Olivet Talk

.

Rabbi Morton Hoffman of
Congregation Shaarey Zedek
in East Lansing will speak at
Olivet College 12:40 p.m. Nov.
15. His topic will be "Judaism
in American Diversity." The
event is sponsored by the
Jewish Chautauqua Society.

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