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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-12-03

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Presents

truly present to those who
need our care and concern —
our mates, our children, our
friends? To be present in mar-
riage is to share profoundly
in the most intimate rela-
tionship life offers. Some-
times it is to be vulnerable to
frustration and sorrow. But
it affords the glorious oppor-
tunity to savor unique and
unduplicated joy.
Are we present to our chil-
dren, and are they present to
us? Living in an age of spe-
cialization, some parents
have come to the conclusion
that for child rearing and be-
havior development they can
subcontract their children to
the school system; for reli-
gious instruction and Jewish
loyalty, they delegate au-
thority to the synagogue and
the religious school; for guid-
ance in personal values, to

their children's peer group.
Children need more than
parents who provide for their
physical welfare. They need
the presence of parents so
that they will be able to cope
with the temptations of life
and emerge with moral suc-
cess. The image of a father or
mother or grandparent that
is carried in the hearts of chil-
dren is far more influential in
shaping their conduct than
moral maxims or general eth-
ical principles.
For the biblical Joseph, the
source of his moral strength
was the consciousness of his
father, the internalization of
his father's ideals. All of us
are challenged to respond
with our complete selfhood to
those who can be blessed by
that precious and sacred
gift.

Adat Shalom
Chanukah Dinner

World Of Ideas
Forum Set

Adat Shalom families will gath-
er for a Shabbat dinner and ser-
vice on the third night of
Chanukah, Dec. 10. Co-spon-
sored by the Membership Com-
mittee, Social Club, and the
Religious School, the evening
will begin with dinner at 6 p.m.
followed by a 7:30 p.m. creative
family service.
There is a charge for dinner;
reservations are required by
Dec. 8.
Congregational services Dec.
10 will take place at 5 p.m., in
addition to the 7:30 p.m. family
service.

On December 6 at 8:30 p.m.,
Rabbi Sherwin Wine of the
Birmingham Temple will pre-
sent the first of three talks on
the theme "Between Orthodoxy
and Humanism." He will dis-
cuss "Conservative Judaism In
America."
There is a charge.

Emanu-El
Courses Set

Temple Emanu-El will offer Be-
ginning Hebrew and Introduc-
tion to Judaism courses
beginning Jan. 6. The classes
will meet on Thursday evenings
from January through April.
Starting at 7 p.m., students
will receive beginning Hebrew
instruction; students will learn
the alef-bet and basic prayers.
From 8-9:30 p.m., the students
enrolled in the Introduction to
Judaism course will explore hol-
idays, lifecycle events, prayer,
worship, history and God-con-
cepts.
Students may take the He-
brew and Introduction to Ju-
daism courses concurrently or
separately. For information or
to register, call the Temple
Emanu-El Education Center,
967-4023.

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T'chiyah
Plans Service

A Reconstructionist Shabbat
service will be held Dec. 3 with
Congregation T'chiyah at the
Agency for Jewish Education
Building, 21550 W. Twelve Mile
Rd. The outreach service will be
led by Fred Schwarz and Eli
Saltz.
Founded in 1976, the Recon-
structionist synagogue holds all
other weekly services at its
main sanctuary in Detroit at
1035 St. Antoine at Monroe in
Greektown. The next Southfield
service will be held 7:45 p.m.
Jan. 7.
For information about ser-
vices or Congregation T'chiyah,
call Sandy Hansell, 559-1818;
or Nathaniel Warshay, 545-
6826.

Big Kiddush
At Beth Achim

The Cultural Commission of
Congregation Beth Achim will
host a sit-down Kiddush Dec.
11 immediately following Shab-
bat services. El

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DECEMBER 10

Kadima & Lahav Youth Groups Hold an Oneg Shabbat

SATURDAY
DECEMBER 11

Sit Down Kiddush With Archivist Judy Cantor

SUNDAY
DECEMBER 12

Congregational Religious School Chanukah Program

Concert By Gemini Followed By Chanukah Carnival and
Annual Family Chanukah Dinner

THURSDAY
DECEMBER 16

Young at Heart Chanukah Party

SUNDAY
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Kadima Youth Group Lunch & Movie Time

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