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July 26, 1991 - Image 41

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-07-26

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THE TALK OF THE TOWN

REFORM:

TEMPLE BETH EL

7400 Telegraph Rd., Birmingham,
851-1100. Rabbis: Daniel Polish,
Julian I. Cook, Richard C. Hertz.
Cantor: Gail P. Hirschenfang. Friday
5:30 p.m., Likrat Shabbat; Saturday
11 a.m.; Torah Study, 9:30 a.m.
Saturday Rabbi Cook will speak on
"The Watchword."

BETH ISAAC

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2730 Edsel Dr., Trenton, 675-0355.
Student Rabbi: Ruth Alpers.
Services: Friday 7:30 p.m. Saturday
9:30 a.m.
Bar Mitzvah of Ricky D'Loss, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Richard D'Loss.

TEMPLE EMANU EL

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14450 W. Ten Mile Rd., Oak Park,
967-4020. Rabbis: Lane B. Steinger,
L. David Feder. Rabbi Emeritus: Dr.
Milton Rosenbaum. Cantor Emeri-
tus: Norman Rose. Services: Friday
8 p.m.
Summer services in the West
Garden (weather permitting).
Shabbat Nahamu will be conducted
by the Hollander and Marx families.

TEMPLE ISRAEL

5725 Walnut Lake Rd., West
Bloomfield, 661-5700. Rabbis: M.
Robert Syme, Harold S. Loss, Paul
M. Yedwab. Cantor: Harold Orbach.
Services: Friday 8 p.m., Saturday
10:30 a.m. (Rebbe's Tish 9:30 a.m.),
Weekdays 7:30 a.m., Sunday 9 a.m.
Friday: Rabbi Yedwab will deliver the
sermon. Saturday: Rabbi Loss will
deliver the sermon.

TEMPLE KOL AMI

5085 Walnut Lake Rd., West
Bloomfield, 661-0040. Rabbis:

Norman T. Roman, Rabbi Emeritus:
Ernst J. Conrad. Services: Friday 8
p.m., Saturday 9:15 a.m. Chevrat
Torah; Shabbat worship at 10:30
a.m.
Rabbi Roman will deliver the
sermon.

TEMPLE SHIR SHALOM

5642 Maple, West Bloomfield,
737-8700. Rabbi: Dannel I. Schwartz.
Services: Friday 7:30 p.m., Saturday
11 a.m.

CONGREGATION
SHIR TIKVAH

3633 W. Big Beaver, Troy, 643-6520.
Rabbi: Arnie Sleutelberg. Services:
Friday 6 p.m.
Services will be held at the
Georgian-Bloomfield Nursing Home.

HUMANISTIC:

THE BIRMINGHAM TEMPLE

28611 West 12 Mile Rd., Farmington
Hills, 477-1410. Rabbi: Sherwin T.
Wine. There will be no services for
the month of July. Services will
resume at 8:30 p.m. on Aug. 9, 1991.

RECONSTRUCTIONIST:

T'CHIYAH

1035 St. Antoine at Monroe, Detroit,
393-1089. Service: Saturday 10 a.m.
Services conducted by Harold
Gurewitz and Lydia Meyers.

SEPHARDIC:

SEPHARDIC COMMUNITY
OF GREATER DETROIT

17030 New Jersey, Southfield.
557-8551. Services: Sunday 9 a.m.
at Yeshivah Beth Yehudah, 15751 W.
Lincoln, Southfield.

TORAH PORTION



The Last Book
Grants Understanding

RABBI CRAIG L. ALLEN

Special to The Jewish News

W

e have been called
the "People of the
Book" i.e. Torah. In
its broadest sense, Torah can
be defined as all of Jewish
learning, our entire system of
beliefs and behavior.
Of course, in the narrowest
sense, when we speak of
Torah we are talking about
Chumash, the Five Books of
Moses. Certainly, it is the cen-
tral symbol of our religious
and historical experience
which is ongoing and, in a
sense, circular.
During the course of the
Jewish year, we read the en-
tire Torah in weekly
segments beginning and en-
ding in the fall. Last week we
began the last of the five
books, Devarim (Deuteron-
omy). It has been said that if
you want to understand the
Jewish people, study the book
of Deuteronomy. Furthermore,
if you want to understand

Rabbi Allen is rabbi of
Congregation Beit Kodesh.

Membership in B'nai B'rith is important to me . . . .
I have been a member of the Harry B. Keidan Lodge for
over 45 years. I take great pride in the Jewish presence on
college campuses and universities that B'nai B'rith maintains
through their Hillel program promoting Jewish education,
preserving Jewish culture, and training Jewish leaders of
tomorrow.
I am proud to be a member of an organization that under-
takes the great task of preparing our young people for the
LOUIS BERRY
rising tide of anti-Semitism. We often take religious liberties
for granted, yet history teaches us that we cannot become complacent. The Anti-
Defamation league of B'nai B'rith is ever present to protect all of us from religious
hatred and persecution. Who else is there to speak for us but, ADL?
. . . Membership in B'nai B'rith will alwatys be important to me!

Deuteronomy, you must ex-
amine Chapter 4 which is
read as part of this week's
parsha "Vaetchanan."
A series of revealing con-
cepts appear in the initial
pasuk (sentence) of Chapter 4.
The very word Yisrael tells us
much about Jewish identity.
The idea of Jacob being
renamed after wrestling with
an angel is at the heart of the
ongoing Jewish experience.
Having overcome such a be-
ing, he had nothing to fear
from man. We need only to
see ourselves as if we per-
sonally wrestled with an
angel in order to establish a
personal connection with
Jewish survival. History
bears this out. Those who
bless us will be blessed and
those who curse us will be
cursed.
The next word, Sh'ma has
implications beyond the usual
English translation of hear.
The word actually means to
listen. In such a way as to
understand the significance
of what you are hearing. At
the revelation at Mt. Sinai,
the Jewish people made a

DAVID HANDLEMAN

As a long-time member of Pisgah Lodge, one of the oldest
lodges in B'nai B'rith, I am proud to be associated with an
organization that serves the needs of the Jewish people and
the communities in which they live.
B'nai B'rith is a democratic family organization, interna-
tional, involved, indispensable and uniquely equipped to ef-
fectively deal with significant issues in today's complex world.
If there were no B'nai B'rith, someone would invent it
tomorrow!

WE ARE B'NAI B'RITH

PEOPLE WORKING WITH,
AND FOR, PEOPLE,
THAT'S WHAT B'NAI B'RITH IS ALL ABOUT!

FOR MORE THAN 14 DECADES, B'NAI B'RITH MEMBERS HAVE
DEVOTED THEMSELVES TO THEIR COMMUNITY, THEIR COUNTRY, AND
THEIR BRETHREN AROUND THE WORLD. OUR PROGRAMS ARE UNDER-
WAY IN HUNDREDS OF TOWNS AND CITIES, USUALLY FAR FROM THE
GLARE OF PUBLICITY AND THE SOUND OF APPLAUSE. THEY ARE QUIET
ACTS OF CARING AND LOVE. AS SOCIETY HAS GROWN MORE COM-
PLEX AND IMPERSONAL, OUR OBLIGATION TO REACH OUT HAS
BECOME GREATER THAN EVER. WE CANNOT DEPEND ON OTHERS . .
THE RESPONSIBILITY IS OURS . . . WE ARE THE JEWISH FUTURE!

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For further information regarding membership, please contact:

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