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September 11, 1992 - Image 48

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-09-11

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Suzi Romanik

Knowing how to dream and how to make those
dreams come true is what we do best. At Temple
Shir Shalom we know how important dreaming
is, because our future depends on it. And our
future is our children. So we have learned how
-to listen with our hearts and our heads.

We listened to our members and created
programs for the intermarrieds, the over-40-
something group, the under-40-something
group, and the primetimers (over 68). From our
Tot Shabbat service and brunches on Saturdays
(for our 2-to-7-year-olds, their parents and
grandparents)...our Prime Timers programs (for
members over 68)...our Family Shabbat dinners
and services each month...to once-a-week
Hebrew School with our promise that every child
can have his or her own single Bar/Bat Mitzvah.

Each and every one of our members is an
integral part of our family.

By combining the spirituality of the centuries
with the practicality of the present, Shir Shalom
has already grown from 30 to 600 families in just
three years. We did it by realizing that the only
way to to succeed is by making people feel at
home. Whether you are a native Detroiter or
newly arrived, single, married or divorced, a
convert or part of a blended family; you may be
young or young-thinking...come grow with us.

And now we look forward to the future, as we
move closer to our soon-to-be-realized vision of
a new building on the corner of Walnut Lake
and Orchard Lake Roads. Come share
the dream.

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For membership information, please call
Bunni Lieberman or Rabbi Dannel Schwartz
at 737-8700.

TEMPLE

SHIR
SHALOM

642 W. Map

IS

48

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1992

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