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January 19, 1990 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-01-19

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Is At Adat Shalom

Adat Shalom Synagogue in-
vites the community to hear
the "Voice of the Turtle" at an
indoor picnic lunch 11:30 a.m.
Feb. 4.
The afternoon is designed
for the entire family and is

will lead the service.
The new Friday evening
Shabbat Reconstructionist
Kol
prayer book,
Haneshamah, will be used.
the prayerbook contains
traditional Jewish prayers
that appear in modern non-
sexist language. Traditional
and modern commentaries
appear in the prayer book
which also is filled with art
work.
For information, call Rabbi
Bruce Aft, 352-7117.

Campbell Book
Topic Of Review

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suitable for all those over
eight years. Storyteller Cor-
inne Stavish will provide
entertainment for younger
children.
"Voice of the Turtle" traces
the history of the Spanish
Jews since their expulsion
from Spain in 1492 in a pro-
gram performed on a variety
of folk instruments.
The program has been ar-
ranged by the Synagogue's
Jewish Experiences For
Families Committee. Hadas
and Dennis Bernard are
chairing the day.
There is a fee. For reserva-
tions, call the synagogue by
Jan. 29.

B'nai Moshe
Torah Club Meets

"Isaiah's View of the
Messiah" is the topic for the
second Torah club study ses-
sion 7 p.m. Jan. 21 at Con-
gregation B'nai Moshe.
Rabbi Allan Meyerowitz
will lead the discussion.
Refreshments will be served.
All are welcome. For reserva-
tions, call B'nai Moshe,
548-9000.

Reconstructionist
Service To Be Held

of
Federation
The
Reconstructionist congrega-
tions and Havurot will spon-
sor a Shabbat service 8 p.m.,
Jan. 26 in the LaMed
Auditorium at the United
Hebrew Schools. Rabbi Amy
Levenson of Benton Harbor

Rabbi Sherwin Wine of the
Birmingham Temple will pre-
sent the third of four reviews
on the theme "Love and
Death" 8:30 p.m. Jan. 22. He
will discuss The Power of
Myth by Joseph Campbell.
Discussion will follow.
There is a fee. For informa-
tion, call the temple,
477-1410.

Homosexuality
Topic Of Program

Rabbis Norman Roman and
Ernst Conrad of Temple Kol
Ami will participate in a
panel discussion concerning
homosexuality and Reform
Judaism at a limud oneg
Shabbat following Jan. 19
services at the temple. Alan
Goodman, will serve as
moderator.

'Maggidim' Visit
Beth Shalom

"The Legendary Mag-
gidim," also known as Rabbi
Eugene and Annette Labovitz
of Miami Beach, Fla., will
visit Congregation Beth
Shalom at a 7 p.m. Jan. 27
Havdalah program at the
synagogue.
The public is invited. There
is no charge, and light
refreshments will be served.
The program will combine
niggunim (melodies) and
stories exploring Jewish roots
and culture. Children of all
ages are welcome, but the pro-
gram is designed to appeal to
adults.
The Labovitzes — he is rab-
bi of Temple Ner Tamid in
Miami Beach and she is a
Jewish educator — believe the
stories of the Jewish people
are the key to unlocking the
Jewish spirit.
Sixty-two of the Labovitzes'
tales have been published in
a book, Time for My Soul, a
treasury of stories for the
Jewish holy days.

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