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November 09, 1990 - Image 108

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1990-11-09

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1990

Rabbi Newman Kamin counsels a congregant.

ple have a lot of emotional
responses and a lot of gut feel-
ings about how they have
always thought of rabbis.
''But in some ways I think
it may be harder for some peo-
ple to accept me because I am
young, and that would hold
true for my male colleagues
as well."
Rabbi Newman Kamin has
no horror stories about peo-
ple's reaction to her as a rab-
bi. In fact, has received some
thought-provoking comments.
She will never forget the tiny
90-year-old woman who tugg-
ed on her sleeve to tell Rabbi
Newman Kamin how proud
she was of her, and how she
wished she would have had
the opportunity to become a
rabbi.
There was also a congrega-
tion member who approached
her while she was feeding her
8-month-old baby, Yishai, one
Saturday, to say she had
never seen rabbis feed their
babies. -
"I thought it was a negative
comment about male rabbis,"
says Rabbi Newman Kamin.
"It wasn't on the bimah; it
wasn't during services; it was
during kiddush. Where have
all these men been in their
children's lives in the last
2,000 years that they couldn't
give their baby a bottle."
Even at this early stage in
her career, Rabbi Newman
Kamin has identified the
three qualities a person must
have to be an effective and
respected rabbi.
"You really need to like peo-
ple, particularily Jewish peo-

Former Detroiter Lori
Oleinick is. a freelance writer
in Chicago.

ple, and want to form colse
and warm relationships with
them," she says. "You also
have to love Jewish traditions
and believe that people's lives
can be enriched by learning
more about the traditions.
Finally, you have to be a
Jewish scholar, and that's the
one area I'm still working on.
"I think rabbinical school
gave me a lot of knowledge
and enabled me to keep lear-
ning. The tradition is so vast
there is no way in six years
you can become an expert. It
takes a lifetime." ❑

FOR WOMEN

Emanu-EI Groups
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The Sisterhood and PTO of
Temple Emanu-El will host a
holiday shopping bazaar and
children's holiday shop 11:30
a.m.-4 p.m. Nov. 11 at the tem-
ple. Vendors will sell Judaica,
jewelry, clothing, candy,
leather goods, books, educa-
tional toys and personalized
children's items.
For information call the
temple, 967-4020.

Women's Group
Hears Speaker

Louis
Marshall/Israel
Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women
will hold a luncheon meeting
noon Nov. 15 at the Zionist
Cultural Center. There is a
charge.-
Henrietta Epstein, will
discuss literary works of
American Jewish novelists.
For information, call Eileen
Israel, 968-0569.

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