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January 19, 1990 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-01-19

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I SYNAGOGUES 1

Beth El Institute
Hosts Yitz Greenberg

Rabbi Irving "Yitz"
Greenberg will speak at Tem-
ple Beth el's 48th annual
Rabbi B. Benedict Glazer In-
stitute on Judaism on Feb. 9.
Rabbi Greenberg will ad-
dress more than 30 members
of the Catholic, Protestant
and Eastern Orthodox clergy
of Metropolitan Detroit at an
institute that had its beginn-
ings during World War II. At
that time, Beth El's Rabbi B.

Yitz Greenberg

Benedict Glazer sought to
ameliorate the prejudice and
hatred dividing the city. He
invited members of Detroit's
Protestant clergy to hear an
authority on Judaism and to
spend the day sharing one
another's traditions. The in-
stitute grew slowly during
the war years; by the time of
Rabbi Glazer's death in 1952,
the institute had become a
tradition at Beth El.
In addition to Rabbi
Greenberg's appearance at
the institute, he will be with
the congregation as scholar-
in-residence during the Feb.
9-11 weekend. He will deliver
a sermon 8 p.m. Feb. 9 on
"What's Right and Wrong
About Reform Judaism." At
11 a.m. Feb. 10, he will speak
on "What's Right and Wrong
About Orthodoxy." The focus
of his 10 a.m. Feb. 11 lecture
will be "Struggles for Jewish
Unity." A full breakfast, for
which there is a charge, will
be served at 9:30 a.m.
As the founder of CLAL:
The National Jewish Center
for Learning and Leadership,
Rabbi Greenberg has devoted
much of his efforts to pro-
moting intra-Jewish dialogue.
A Harvard Ph.D. and scholar,
he has published numerous
books including a study of
Judaism based on an analysis

of the Sabbath and the
holidays.
The public is invited. For in-
formation, call the temple,
851-1100.

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SCA Appoints
Rabbi Syme

Rabbi M. Robert Syme of
Temple Israel has been nam-
ed a member of the national
board of governors of the
Synagogue Council of
America, which comprises
the congregational and rab-
binic organizations of Conser-
vative, Orthodox and Reform
movements.
The SCA board of governors
assists in the development of
policy on domestic and inter-
national issues of concern to
the Jewish religious com-
munity, meets periodically
with U.S. and foreign political
and religious leaders and par-
ticipates in the SCA's ongoing
relationships with leading
national and international
Catholic and Protestant
organizations.
Rabbi Syme serves as a
representative of the Central
Conference of American Rab-
bis, one of the SCA's six con-
stituent organizations.

1990s Children
Focus Of Event

Congregation
Beth
Abraham Hillel Moses will
sponsor a "Kinder Shabbat"
8:45 a.m. Jan. 27, featuring
"kinder" during services and
honoring newborn children.
A Lunch and Learn will
follow. Guest speakers will be
Barbara Eisenberg and Ellen
Bean of the Family Life
Education Project of Jewish
Family Services. They will
speak on "Raising Your Child
for the 90s." There is a charge
for the lunch, and babysitting
will be provided during the
program.
The community is invited.
Call the synagogue office,
851-6880, for information.

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DATE:
TIME:
PLACE:
SPEAKER:
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Sunday, January 28, 1990
10:30 a.m.
Maple-Drake Jewish Community Center
Professor Sidney Bolkosky
Understanding What's Happening in
Germany Today: A Historian's Perspective
Bagels and coffee will be served
at 10:30 a.m.
Program will begin at 11:00
Members — No Charge
Non-Members $2.00

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Y.I. Oak-Woods
Lunch And Learn

Young Israel of Oak-Woods
will host a lunch and learn
with Ezra Roberg, a member
of the Oak Park board of
education, following Shabbat
services Jan. 20. He will
discuss "The Orthodox Com-
munity and the Issues of
Public Education."
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call the synagogue,
398-1177.

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