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October 22, 1993 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-10-22

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Congregation Shaarey Zedek

Presents

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November 6 & 7, 1993

Nos Rabbi Moshe Tutnauer

Scholar in Residence

A Distinguished Leader of the Conservative Movement in Israel and
Renowned Scholar and Orator

SHABBAT MORNING SERVICES
November 6
TOPIC: "JEWS OF SILENCE — SILENT NO LONGER"
8:45 A.M. Services
A first hand report on Jewish Life and the establishment of the
11:45 A.M. Lecture
Conservative movement in the former Soviet Union.

SHABBAT LUNCHEON
TOPIC: "THE SPIRITUAL AWAKENING OF THE TRADITIONAL JEW"
November 6
New ways of encountering meaning and spirituality in the prayer
12:30 P.M.
book.

SHABBAT MORNING
November 7
10:00 A.M.
Complimentary Breakfast

TOPIC: "JERUSALEM: RELIGION AND POLITICS IN THE HOLY CITY"

A perspective on the ideological and political conflicts in Israeli
society. What is their impact on the peace process?

THE GREAT WEEKEND IS SPONSORED BY THE BERRY FAMILY

Under the General Auspices of the Cultural Commission of the Congregation

Lori and Steven Weisberg are Co-Chairs of the Weekend, Dr. Alden M. Leib is Co-Chair of the
Cultural Commission
Breakfast is Co-Sponsored by the Men's Club

Make Check Payable to: CSZ "GREAT WEEKEND LUNCHEON"

Enclosed is my check for

($9.00 ea. adult - $5.00 ea. child thru 12 yrs.) for

reservation(s) for Shabbat Luncheon on Saturday, Nov. 6, 1993. Please hold

places for the Men's Club Breakfast on Sunday a.m. Nov. 7, 1993. (no charge)

Name

Phone Number

Reservations Due by Oct. 31, 1993

The Public is Invited

The Council of Orthodox Rabbis of Greater Detroit
Wants To Inform The Public That:

• Snyders of Hanover brand Buffalo Wing Potato Chips, OU-Dairy, mistakenly lists
chicken fat as an ingredient.
• Contadina Tomato products are no longer OK certified.
• Peeled Carrots in plastic bags do not contain a dairy antioxidant.
• Hershey's Chocolate and Strawberry flavored syrups do not contain any dairy
ingredients, but are processed on equipment used for other dairy products.
Therefore the products are designated as OU-D.
• Pillsbury has a new line of Deluxe Bar Mixes. The Fudge Marble Bars and Lemon
Cheesecake Bars are both OU-D. The Oreo Bars are not certified.
• Baking on the Light Side Double Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies with the Kof K
Pareve on the label are in fact Dairy.
• Angostura Bitters produced by Angostura Bitters Inc. of Trinidad, West Indies, is
now under the Kosher supervision of the NK.

COUNCIL OF ORTHODOX RABBIS • MERKAZ

17071 West 10 Mile Road • Southfield, MI 48075 • 559-5005/06

Shaarey Zedek Hosts
Rabbi Tutnauer

The Cultural Commission of
Congregation Shaarey Zedek
will host the Great Weekend,
sponsored by the Berry family,
Nov. 6-7. The scholar in resi-
dence, Rabbi Moshe Tutnauer,
is an orator and leader of the
Conservative Movement in Is-
rael.
Rabbi Tut-
nauer is a gradu-
ate of New York
University and
the Jewish The-
ological Sem-
inary. After
serving as Rabbi
of Beth El con-
gregation in
Phoenix, Ariz.,
for 10 years, the
family made ali-
yak in 1972.
Rabbi Tutnauer,
who has taught
in the field of
Bible and rab-
binics at acade-
mic institutions
in North and
South America
and Israel, has Moshe Tutnauer
been active as a
guest rabbi.
On Nov. 6, Rabbi Tutnauer
will deliver the sermon "Jews
of Silence — Silent No Longer."
This first-hand report on Jew-
ish life and the re-establishment
of the Conservative Movement

in Moscow reflects his experi-
ences as guest rabbi of Hineni
Congregation in 1991 and pro-
fessor of humanities at the
Russian State University in
1992.
There will be a luncheon fol-
lowing services. Rabbi Tutnauer
will speak on
"The Spiritual
Awakening of
the Traditional
Jew," a discus-
sion on new
ways of en-
countering
meaning in the
prayer book.
On Nov. 7,
the men's club
will sponsor a
breakfast at 10
a.m. The topic,
"Jerusalem,
Religion and
Politics in the
Holy City," is a
perspective on
the ideological
and political
conficts in Is-
raeli society
and their im-
pact on the peace process.
Reservations are necessary
for the Saturday lunch and
Men's Club breakfast. There is
a charge.
For information, call the syn-
agogue office, 357-5544.

Jewish Holidays
Program Is Set

Parents and grandparents who
want tips on how to create Jew-
ish celebrations will receive
them in a new program co-
sponsored by Temple Beth El
and JEFF (Jewish Experiences
for Families). The program,
"Creating Jewish Memories:
The `Fun'damentals of Jewish
Celebrations," will meet at
Temple Beth El for six sessions
throughout the year, each
geared to a specific celebration.
All sessions will be led by
JEFF facilitators and are open
to the community. The sessions,
scheduled for Sunday morn-
ings, will begin with bagels and
coffee at 9:30 a.m. and contin-
ue through 11 a.m. There is a
charge for non-members.
The first program, Oct. 24,
will center on the celebration of
Shabbat. Future sessions are:
Nov. 14, Chanukah; Jan. 9, Tu
B'Slivat; Feb. 6, Purim; March
6, Passover; and April 24,
Shavuout.

Participants may register for
each session individually. To
register or for information, call
Joan Leb, 855-4547; or Jessie
Stern, 626-1062.

Interfaith
Discussion Set

Temple Israel will host an in-
formal discussion group for in-
terfaith couples who are either
married or contemplating mar-
riage. The group will meet 9:45-
11 a.m. Oct. 31 at the temple.
The focus of the discussion
will be child-rearing issues,
making Jewish choices in an in-
terfaith family. Facilitators will
be Kathy Wilson Fink, co-chair
of Temple Israel's Outreach
Committee, and Nancy Gad-
Harf, Temple Israel's program
director.
For reservations, call the
temple office, 661-5700.

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