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CO-SPONSORED COURSE OFFERINGS
19" MIDRASHA-COLLEGE OF JEWISH STUDIES
and TEMPLE EMANU-EL

FALL

MONDAYS, OCTOBER 1-22

pinpoint, and I will open it as
wide as the great doorways."
The Kotzker Rebbe com-
mented, "But it must be open
all the way through." This is
to say that, however minute
the opening, it must pierce
the heart completely, to its
very core.
So too, must the Jew's sense
of remorse and desire to
change be complete and
sincere. Only then will God
enlarge the opening and
assist us in the process. God
helps those who want to
refashion themselves, to
refine their character, to
redirect their lives.
This sacred season sum-
mons us to purposeful action,
to self-renewal and to re-
generation. It assures us that
the future can be better for
us, that our circumstances
can change and the pattern of
our lives can improve. May
the New Year find us
prepared to enrich the con-
tent of our lives, ready to
meet the challenges and
vicissitudes ahead and
hopeful that, with God's help,
our duties and respon-
sibilities will be blessed with
rich fulfillment and great
achievements. ❑

Sukkot Dinner
At Adat Shalom

Adat Shalom Synagogue
will hold its annual Sukkot
Family Shabbat Dinner 6
p.m. Oct. 5.
The event will begin with
services followed by a tradi-
tional, kosher Shabbat din-
ner. Birkat Hamazon and
songs will be led by Cantor
Vieder. Rabbis Spectre and
Pachter also will participate.
The evening has been
planned by the Synagogue's
Jewish Experiences For
Families Committee and is
chaired by Celia Lubetsky.
There is a charge. For reser-
vations by Oct. 2, call the
synagogue, 851-5100.

Time

Rabbi Lane Steinger

7-8 p.m.

Cantor Norman Rose
Linda Steinger
Rabbi Eliezer Finkelman

7-8 p.m.
7-8 p.m.
8-9 p.m.

Rabbi David Feder
Rabbi Bruce D. Aft

8-9 p.m.
8-9 p.m.

What Makes a Synagogue
Comparative Judaism:
What's the Difference
Torah Through Movement
The Prayer Book
Fill the Earth and
Subdue It
Re-Imagining the Bible

MONDAYS, OCTOBER 29-NOVEMBER 19

Aspects of the Holocaust:
Business of Annihilation
Open to Change:
Recent Developments in
Reform Judaism
Stand Up and Pray
The Jewish Heritage As
Expressed in Jewish Art
A Time to Be Born and a
Time to Die
The Book of Psalms

Dr. Sidney Bolkosky

7-8 p.m.

Rabbi Lane Steinger
Cantor Norman Rose

7-8 p.m.
7-8 p.m.

Esther Tarnoff-Cooper

8-9 p.m.

Rabbi David Feder
Rabbi Eliezer Finkelman

8-9 p.m.
8-9 p.m.

MONDAYS, NOVEMBER 26-DECEMBER 17

Jews and Islam
Contemporary Jewish Thought

Non-Temple Members, $23 per class.

•""'i SYNAGOGUES 1• 11"

Instructor

Courses Meet At:

Dr. Ivan Starr
Rabbi David Feder

7-8 p.m.
8-9 p.m.

TEMPLE EMANUNEL

14450 WEST TEN MILE ROAD
OAK PARK, MI 48237
For further information, please call Temple Emanu-EI at 967-4020 or the Midrasha at 352-7117.

FALL SPECIAL

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Saturday, October 6
8 p.m., Hill Auditorium

KLEZMER
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You will be dancing in the aisles to
this swirling mass of sound —
"A Jewish bop that just won't stop!"

Tuesday, October 30
8 p.m., Hill Auditorium

PRESERVE

ITZHAK PERLMAN, VIOLIN

Rabbi Wine
Will Speak

Rabbi Sherwin Wine will
present the first of four lec-
tures on the theme: Confron-
ting Iraq at 8:30 p.m. Oct. 1.
He will discuss "Iraq: The
Rise of Saddam Hussein."
There is a charge.
Rabbi Wine will describe
the philosophy and the pro-
grams of the Birmingham
Temple and of Humanistic
Judaism 8:30 p.m. Oct. 3 in
the library.
For information, call the
temple, 477-1410.

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VIOLIN & VIOLA
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