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November 27, 1992 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1992-11-27

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her brother Laban to find a
suitable wife. Rebekah's deci-
sion to send her beloved son
away accomplishes two goals.
Jacob's life is saved; he is
prevented from entering into
an intermarriage.
Rebekah is the conduit for
God's will and God's message.
It is clear from Torah text and
commentaries that Rebekah's
role is as important as that of
Isaac. Toledot teaches us that
Rebekah is a woman of vision,
a leader, and a decision-
maker. She understands,
however, that because she has
been given a pivotal role to
play in facilitating God's
plan, she must make difficult
choices. A woman of strength
and spirituality, Rebekah
makes these choices in order
to serve God. E

Please join us for
Community-Wide
sbabbat Shabbat Services
sbaion) for Singles*

Dr. Raymond Tanter

The Reform and Conservative Congregations of the Metropoli-

tan Detroit area are proud to announce their first annual

series of monthly Shabbat Services for singles in our Jewish

Community. If you are a young Jewish single, please join us

for any or all of the Shabbat Services listed below. Each Service

will begin on Friday at 8:30 p.m., followed by an Oneg Shabbat

featuring a speaker and program.

Emanu-EI Plans
For Chanukah

Temple Emanu-El's Out-
reach Committee, in coopera-
tion with Jewish Experiences
for Families, will present
"Make It - Take It," a
Chanukah celebration for
families with children and
grandchildren of all ages
7:30-9 p.m. Dec. 1 at the
temple.
Rabbi Bigman will explore
traditional ways of cele-
brating Chanukah. Par-
ticipants will make Jewish
toys and games, and learn
stories, activities, recipes and
songs to add to family
Chanukah celebrations.
Refreshments will be served.
There is a charge. For infor-
mation, call the temple,
967-4020.

The next Shabbat Service will be held on Friday, December 11, 8:30 p.m. at Congregation
Shaarey Zedek - B'nai Israel Center, 4200 Walnut Lake Road, West Bloomfield. Dr. Raymond
Tanter will speak during the Oneg Shabbat. His speech is titled "From War to Peace In the
Middle East."

Dr. Tanter, Professor of Political Science at the University of Michigan, has taught at the Hebrew
University in Jerusalem and at Tel Aviv University. He has also served on the Senior Staff of the
U.S. National Security Council, with a portfolio including Israel, Lebanon, and Libya.

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Temple Israel
Shaarey Zedek
Temple Kol Ami
B'nai Moshe
Temple Shir Shalom
Beth Abraham Hillel Moses
Temple Beth El
Adat Shalom

*This program is sponsored by the Michigan Board of Rabbis, in
cooperation with The Jewish News. These Shabbat Services
have been made possible through a grant from the Max M. Fisher
Foundation of the Detroit Jewish Federation. The Jewish
Community Center Singles Program contributed to the publicity
for this program.

Rabbi Wine
Will Speak

Rabbi Sherwin Wine will
describe the philosophy and
the programs of the Birm-
ingham Temple and of
Humanistic Judaism 8 p.m.
Dec. 2 at the temple.
For reservations or informa-
tion, call the temple office,
477-1410.
Rabbi Wine will present the
last of five reviews in honor of
Jewish Book Month 8:30 p.m.
Nov. 30 at the Birmingham
Temple. He will review Eros
and the Jews, Loue and Sex in
the Jewish Psyche, by David
Biale.
A discussion will follow;
there is a charge.

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