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September 04, 1992 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-09-04

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What's going on at
Beth El?


Keshet, JIS
Sponsor Forums

"Relieving Stress and Nur-
turing the Family Unit" will
be the focus of a forum 7:30
p.m. Sept. 16 at the United
Hebrew Schools.
The presentation, spon-
sored by Keshet and the
Jewish Information Service
(JIS), will feature Barbara
Halpern, an educational
specialist with the Oakland
University Continuum
Center and Macomb Com-
munity College.
Keshet, a national agency
organized in 1983 to help
parents of special-needs child-
ren, works to help alleviate
the feelings of isolation and
frustration experienced by
these families.
JIS is the Detroit Jewish
community's resource about
education, communal agen-
cies, support services for peo-
ple with disabilities, recrea-
tional programs and a broad
— spectrum of facts about
Jewish life and services.
The forum will be followed
at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 17 by "Both
Sides of Mental Illness," a
personal and professional
perspective on mental illness
by psychologist Frederick
Frese at the Oakland County
D Commissioners' Auditorium,
1200 North Telegraph in
Both programs are open to
-- the public at no charge. For
information, call Ronelle
Grier, 661-6905; or Carol Kac-
zander, 967-4357.

Tu B'Shevat Seder for Grown-Ups — "Music in the Sanctuary" — Shabbat
Chanukah Dinners — Tot Shabbat — Congregational Seders — Lay-Led
Shabbat Morning Torah Class — Lunch & Learns in the Workplace —
Wednesday Morning Torah Study with Rabbi Polish — Jewish Holiday
Workshops for Grown-Ups — Beth Elders — Married Group — Young
People's Society — Brotherhood — Middle Years Group — Sisterhood — Kol
B'Seder — Hertz Institute — Glazer Institute — Bargman Scholar-in-
Residence — Tikun Leil Shavuot — Twice-a-Month Special Services:
Family, Russian, Classical Reform — Beth El Chorale — Junior Choir —
Picnics — Brotherhood Blood Drive — Pot Luck Family Shabbat Dinners —
Social Action at Baldwin Soup Kitchen, COTS & Just Love Shelter —
Stressing the "Mitzvah" in Bar/Bat Mitzvahs — Loren B. Fischer
Cultural Arts Series for Children and Their Families — Family Camp —
Innovative Religious School — Jewish Education for Children with Special
Needs — Babysitting during Shabbat Evening Services — & much more.
Join us for services next Shabbat. See for yourself what's going on!

Friday, September 11
8:00 p.m.

Babysitting provided free of charge, no reservations necessary.

Temple Beth El
7400 Telegraph Road
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48301
Daniel F. Polish, Senior Rabbi; Julian I. Cook, Associate Rabbi
Gail P. Hirschenfang, Cantor
Rabbi Barry Diamond, Educational Director
Richard C. Hertz, Rabbi Emeritus
Thomas Jablonski, Executive Director


HMC Classes
On Jewish Law

Quality High

Rabbi Charles Rosenzveig,
founder and executive vice
president of the Holocaust
Memorial Center, will teach a
series of classes for adults on
° the evolution of Jewish Law
starting 10 a.m. Sept. 13 at
the HMC.
The free, hour-long classes
will cover the biblical,
talmudic, and rabbinic
sources that constitute the
body of Jewish law. They will
be held every Sunday for 10
For information, call the
Memorial Center, 661-0840.

Friends Of Na'amat
Hold Meeting

The Friends of Na'amat
men's group will hold a
meeting 8 p.m. Sept. 9 at the
Crown Pointe building in Oak
The speaker will be Berl
Falbaum on "Anti-Semitism
In The Media." Refreshments
will be served.

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