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October 12, 1990 - Image 156

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-10-12

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You can spend Sunday, October 21, in the same old way.
Or you can have
A SUNDAY YOU'LL NEVER FORGET:

Discovery Sunday

A one-day excursion to your roots!

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oin us for DISCOVERY SUNDAY — a one-day exploration into the
WHY of being Jewish. More than 40,000 Jews, from New York to
Nairobi, have taken full, three-day Discovery weekends since 1986•
Now for the second time, a one-day version is being offered in the Detroit
area — an electrifying experience for you and your family.
The acclaimed DISCOVERY seminar was created by a team of
mathematicians, computer scientists, and Judaic scholars, and is run by
the Aish HaTorah College of Jewish Studies.
FASCINATING WORKSHOPS such as "The Hidden Codes of the
Torah" (computer analysis as applied to the Torah) and "Failsafe" (using
techniques of the Israeli Mossad to explore the Torah's origin) have
already inspired more than 40,000 Jews worldwide to rethink their
outlook on Judaism...and to appreciate the unparalleled depth of
Jewish knowledge and the richness of Jewish practice and culture.
The Sunday experience asks you to test the foundations of Judaism,
and exercise your mind in a variety of intellectually challenging classes.
It is an adventure in retrieving lost treasures — the vast riches of Judaism
lost today to millions of Jews.
If you and your family can leave DISCOVERY SUNDAY without a
whole new outlook on Judaism and Jewish life, then we've failed. But we
haven't failed — and we won't fail. Just as Judaism itself has not failed for
3,800 years.

We've Discovered Discovery!

Abramson, Jay and Joanna
Applebaum, Elizabeth
Barney, Michelle K.
Barr, Andra ---
Baum, Michael
Berry, Harold
Blau, Diane
Blau, Cheryl
Borsand, Gerald and Eileen
Braver, Ceilia and. Barry
Broner, Michelle
Brown, Bob
Chudnow, Laurie
Colish, Julie
Dallen, Michael
Deutsch, Shevi
Eisenberg, Mordechai
Eizelman, Michael and Shelley
Fink, Tami
Greenbaum, Miriam

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Greene, Steve and Meryl
Schaffer, Sharon A.
Grossman, Ivy
Schreiber, Ronnie
Harris, Michael E.
Shavell, Helene
Horwitz, Arthur
Shere, Joel
Imerman, Laurence and
Sherizen, Eugene
Miriam
Shwartz, Rob
Kaplan, Nancy F.
Shwedel, Marvin and Dorie
Keidan, Barbara and Lynn
Simon, Helene B.
Loketch, Rabbi Dov
Sittsamer, Murray J.
Lowy Ron
Sklar, Dr. Manny and Harriet
Mann, George and Ann
Sailer, Dr. Elaine
Marcus, Susan
Sonkin, Wayne
Meer, Jeffrey and Phyllis
Spaniola, Anita
Milinsky, Yve and Joel
Tolwin, Rabbi Alon and
Nederlander, David
Mrs. Aviva
Newman, Jim and Lynn
Tolwin, Shirley
Newman, Stuart and Michelle Waltz, Linda
Norris, Tom and Debbie
Wrotslaysky, Debbie
Pritzker, Dawn
Zeman, Peter
Rosen, Leonard J.
Zidel, Paul

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DISCOVERY

SUNDAYS

Discovery Sunday

9:00 am to 6:00 pm
Sunday, October 21, 1990

Congregation Ohel Moed
of. Shomrey Emunah
6191 Farmington Road
West Bloomfield, Michigan

$65 per person admission
includes breakfast and lunch
For reservations, please call:

(313) 948-6900

VISA*

Come and Discover
the Secret of
Your Immortality!

Aleynu/Aish HaTorah

Creating a New Jewish Spirit

Rabbi Alon Tolwin, Director
James Safran, Chairman
29201 Telegraph Road, Suite 411
Southfield, Michigan 48034

(313) 948-6900

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