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October 15, 1993 - Image 46

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-10-15

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Adat Shalom
Hosts Rabbi

Beth Achim
Honors Gordon

Rabbi Ehud Bandel, the first
native Israeli to be ordained by
Masorti, the Israeli Conserva-
tive movement, will talk about
his call for religious pluralism
in Israel during an encounter
weekend Oct. 22-24 at Adat
Shalom Synagogue.
Rabbi Bandel will explore
a series of topics dealing with
"The Jewishness of the Jew-
ish State and the Unity of the
Jewish People." His discus-
sions will include an expla-
nation of why he believes
Christians and Muslims in Is-
rael enjoy more religious free-
dom than Conservative and
Reform Jews.
Co-sponsored by the Adat
Shalom Adult Study Com-
mission and Central Region
United Synagogue Youth,

Congregation Beth Achim will
host a family Shabbat dinner
honoring its past president Dr.
Eric Gordon. The dinner will
take place 6 p.m. Oct. 22 at the
synagogue, beginning with ser-
vices.
Dr. Gordon served as Con-
gregation Beth Achim's pres-
ident from 1991-1993.
Rabbi Martin Berman will
lead the services and Cantor
Max Shimansky will lead the
families in z'mirot.
There is a charge for the
dinner. Reservations should
be made by Oct. 17 by calling
the synagogue office, 352-
8670.

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Ehud Bandel

which is meeting in Detroit
that weekend, the events be-
gin with a lunch and learn
program at 11:45 a.m. Oct.
22. At that time, he will ex-
amine "Conservative Ju-
daism and the Supreme
Court."
Rabbi Bandel will address
the congregation at Shabbat
services beginning at 9 a.m.
Oct. 23. He will deliver the
sermon on "The Role of Con-
servative Judaism in Israel:
The Halachic Agenda for the
Masorti Movement." At 5:30
p.m., prior to the Shabbat af-
ternoon se'udah shlishit, Rab-
bi Bandel will continue the
dialogue with interested
adults and CRUSY high
school students.
On Oct. 24, Rabbi Bandel
will discuss "Peace in the
Middle East: A Look Towards
the Future." Services, brunch
and the program start at 10
a.m. This session is designed
for adults, pre-bar/bat mitz-
vah youth and teen-agers.
There is a fee for the Friday
lunch and learn. Call the syna-
gogue office, 851-5100, by Oct.
18. ❑

Adult Programs
At Adat Shalom

Adat Shalom Synagogue will
expand its educational offerings
to women who have become
b'not mitzvah at the synagogue
with a series this month.
Rabbi Efry Spectre will
conduct seminars for the
group at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 19
and 26. He will focus on the
study of the new, compre-
hensive history of Conserva-
tive Judaism by Rabbi Neil
Gilman.
For those interested in par-
ing for an adult bat mitzvah
celebration this year, Rabbi
Spectre and Cantor Howard
Glantz will be instructing
morning classes. The syna-
gogue's bat mitzvah ceremo-
ny will be held on Shavuot,
May 16.
For information on either
program, call Rabbi Spectre's
office, 851-5100.

SZ Hosts
`Tapestry'

Congregation Shaarey Zedek
will host the program "Tapes-
: Weaving the Patterns of
Jewish Life" 8 p.m. Oct. 23.
Members and non-members are
invited to choose from a wide
range of topics presented in two
one-hour sessions.
Program selections include
Jewish philosophy, family life,
ethics, parenting, gourmet
kosher cooking, music and Ju-
daism in Israel. Following the
workshops, discussion groups,
and speakers, participants are
invited for dessert and enter-
tainment.
To make reservations, call
Congregation Shaarey Zedek,
357-5544. ❑

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