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September 10, 1993 - Image 76

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-09-10

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Congregation Shaarey Zedek

cordially invites you to attend a


p receded by an evening of entertainment and refreshments

at 10:15 P.M. in Adler Hall

IRINA LEKHTMAN, mezzo soprano
GENNADY ZUT, balalaika player
TAT YANA ZUT, pianist

in a program of Russian, Hebrew, Yiddish and
light operatic selections


The Selichot service will be held at 11:30 P.M. in the Main Sanctuary
and will be conducted by RABBI IRWIN GRONER and RABBI
Selichot prayers accompanied by the Synagogue Choir, under the
direction of EUGENE ZWEIG.

Leonard and Bobbi Borman, Chairmen


The Temple Israel Selichot
scholar in residence for Sept.
10-12 will be Dr. Sherry
Blumberg. She will speak at
services Sept. 10, 11 and will
conduct a teachers' seminar
Sept. 12.
Dr. Blumberg is assistant
professor of Jewish education
on the rabbinic faculty of
Hebrew Union College-
Jewish Institute of Religion
in New York City. With a
background in Jewish educa-
tion spanning a quarter-
century, Dr. Blumberg is a
published author. Her major
areas of research are in
Jewish curriculum develop-
ment, informal and family
education and the intersec-
tion between theology, ethics
and education.
Temple Isarel's scholar in
residence program is spon-
sored by the Dr. Robert B.
Goldberg and Professor Ruth
L. Goldberg Memorial Fund
and is part of Temple Isarel's
year-long series of adult
education opportunities.

Guest Rabbi
At Adat Shalom

Adat Shalom Synagogue will
host Rabbi Victor L. Hoffman
of Jerusalem as guest rabbi
for the High Holy Days.
Rabbi Hoffman was or-
dained at the Jewish
Theological Seminary, where
he also received a master's
degree in Hebrew literature.
From 1981 to 1989 he was
associate director of the
Masorti (Conservative) Move-
ment in Israel. Before making
aliyah, he served for 12 years
as rabbi of the Tikvat Shalom
Conservative Congregation
in New Orleans.

afternoon to benefit

featuring Warner Bros. recording artist

Alexander Zonfic
& Friends
Sunday, September 12
4:00 pm

Selichot Weekend
At Temple Israel

Special Service
At Beth Shalom

Arrangements for the appearance of Mr. Zonjic have been
made though J.T. Productions, Inc., Franklin, Michigan

CALL 559-8235


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Congregation Beth Shalom
will have an additional Rosh
Hashanah service 10:15 a.m.
Sept. 17 in the Avery School
auditorium, across the street.
The family service will be
conducted by Rabbi David
Nelson, Cantor Samuel
Greenbaum and Reverend
Sami Semp. It will include ex-
planations of the prayer ser-
vice, Torah reading, shofar
blowing and a Rosh
Hashanah story.
A special holiday Machzor,
Tiku Shofar, will be used.
The regular Rosh
Hashanah and Junior Con-
gregation services will pro-
ceed at Beth Shalom.

Cantors Sing
At Tribute




Cantors Stephen Stein and
Abraham Lubin will be the
guest presenters at Adat
Shalom Synagogue's Oct. 17
tribute dinner honoring Can-
tor Larry and Gitta Vieder.
Cantor Stein is the presi-
dent of the Cantors Assembly,
the largest organization oif
cantors in the world; Cantor
Lubin is the assembly's vice
Cantor Stein is a graudate
of Duquesne University and
the Cantors Institute of the
Jewish Theological Seminary.
He served Beth El Congrega-
tion of Akron, Ohio, for the
past 13 years. Cantor Stein
was the force behind These
Lights of Hanukah and Music
for Passover, two recordings of
Jewish music featuring the
Kent State Chorale, which
have aired on public radio
throughout the country.
Cantor Lubin was born in
London and returned to Israel
with his parents, fourth
generation Israelis. He
graduated as a cantor from
the Jewish College Cantorial
School. He also is a graduate
of the London College of
Music, the College Conser-
vatory of Music of the Univer-
sity of Cincinnati and Depaul
University. Cantor Lubin is
the former editor of the Jour-
nal of Synagogue Music.
The event will mark Cantor
Vieder's 33 years of service to
Adat Shalom.
For ticket information, call
the synagogue office,

BAHM Plans
For Selichot

The Adult Education Corn-
mittee of Congregation Beth
Abraham Hillel Moses will
present a Selichot gathering
9:30 p.m. Sept. 11 at the
The event, led by Rabbi
Aaron Bergman, will feature
a short film followed by
Refreshments will be served
after the program. The event
is free. Selichot services will
follow at 11 p.m. CI

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