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November 03, 1989 - Image 67

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-11-03

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ELECT

JIM

SCHUSTER

SOUTHFIELD COUNCIL

TUESDAY, NOV. 7

Catholic, was very helpful
when the congregation laun-
ched a fund-raising drive
several years ago for its new
wing.
The crooner even has two
seats reserved in his name in
the sanctuary. They aren't far
from Walter Annenberg's two
seats; he's another Palm
•Springs resident who's been
an active benefactor.
But the members include
far more than celebrities. The
congregation that was once
made up mainly of retired
people now has a growing
amber of young families with
children. Other members in-
clude longtime Palm Springs
residents, exiles from Los
Angeles — just two hours
away by car — and the
snowbirds who fly south in
the winter.
"When the snowbirds
come," says Lewis, "suddenly
our services are filled with
strangers. And our members
welcome them with open
arms!'
The mountains are visible
even from the front window of
the sanctuary. "We thought
at first of having stained glass
windows designed," says
Lewis. "But then we decided
that nothing was more
beautiful than God's handi-
work!'
The man-made details in
this spacious sanctuary in-
clude lavendar upholstered
pews and a special pneumatic
lift for the Torahs, which are
lowered into a marble base
when the sanctuary is used
for non-religious programs.
But long before the modern
sanctuary was completed,
Temple Isaiah was a Palm.
Springs mainstay. The city
was chartered 50 years ago,
and ten years later, the con-
gregation was organized. It
now has 1,000 families from
Palm Springs and the entire
Coachella Valley.
Facilities include two
libraries, three kosher kit-
chens with state-of-the-art
equipment, a lavish grand
ballroom, a youth lounge and
a separate educational wing.
With a popular lecture
series in winter, adult educa-
Ilion courses, and a full range
I of youth activities, plus a
chapel to serve Orthodox,
'Reform and Conservative
members, Ibmple Isaiah is
ready to serve all Jews who
!are residents or visitors.
,Snowbirds, longtime
residents, celebrities — all of
them find their way to the
synagogue in the desert.
"The founding members
were wise to realize that here
in the desert, in a resort town,
there had to be a place where
all Jews could come and feel
at home," says Lewis. 0

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