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April 24, 1992 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-04-24

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SYNAGOGUES

NFINCIS

SALON

Rites Symposium
In Grand Rapids

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THE
BOARDWALK

The Judaic Studies In-
stitute of Congregation
Ahavas Israel, Grand Rapids,
will host the annual Scholar-
in-Residence Weekend May
1-3. This year's theme will be
"The Rites of Passage for the
Aged: Death and Dying." The
highlight event will be the in-
terreligious symposium held
2:30 p.m. May 3 at the
synagogue. The symposium
will concentrate on the
rituals, religion and religious
implications that affect the
final years of our lives.
The participants in this
year's ecumenical symposium
are: Ronald G. Rozema, pro-
gram manager and clinical
social worker in the gero-
psychiatric unit at Pine Rest
Christian Hospital; Reverend
Robert A. Sirico, founder and
president of the Action In-
stitute for the Study of
Religion and Liberty; Dr.
Harlan J. Wechsler, founding
rabbi of Congregation Or
Zarua and visiting assistant
professor in the department of
philosophy at the Jewish
Theological Seminary of
America. Rabbi Michael L.
Rascoe, rabbi at Congregation
Ahavas Israel, will be the
moderator.

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In observance of Yom
HaShoah and Holocaust
memorial week, Congrega-
tion Beit Kodesh will hold a
Holocaust memorial service 2
p.m. April 26. A service will
take place that will include a
candlelighting ceremony com-
memorating the more than 25
Holocaust victims directly
related to synagogue
members.
Mr. Sol Rami, a Holocaust
survivor, will speak to the
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Cantor David Gutman of
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niversary with a dinner dance
6:30 p.m. May 3 at Adat
Shalom.
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