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August 26, 1994 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-08-26

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was immense, and was intended
to provide us with a way to pri-
oritize our lives. Our ancestors
brought their very first fruits, the
best of their resources, to God as
a symbol of their priorities in life.
Let us learn the beautiful lesson
of bikhurim, "the first to God and
Judaism." In so doing, we shall
bring meaning to our lives and
blessings to our people. ❑

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Flint Temple
Holds Lecture

Charles S. Liebman visiting
scholar in the Judaic Studies De-
partment at the University of
Michigan Ann Arbor, will be the
guest lecturer for the Max Hart
1994 Lecture Series at Temple
Beth El, Flint. Dr. Liebman is the
director of the Argov Center for
the Study of Israel and the Jew-
ish People and professor of polit-
ical studies at Bar-Ilan
University.
He has chosen for his topic for
the lecture series "The Transfor-
mation of Judaism in Israel and
the United States." Dr. Liebman
will explore the power of religion
and how it responds to the cul-
ture in which it is located.
Lectures are 7:30 p.m., Sept.
25, Oct. 2 and Oct. 9 at the tem-
ple, 501 South Ballenger. The
first lecture will be preceded by
a deli supper at 6:30 p.m. Ad-
vance reservation for the deli sup-
per must be made to the temple
office, 232-3138 by Sept. 21.

Shir Shalom
Dedication

Rejoicing will be the order of the
day Aug. 28 as members of Tem-
ple Shir Shalom gather to break
ground for their new temple
building. The ceremony will be
held at 4:30 p.m. at the site of the
new Temple Shir Shalom at Or-
chard lake and Walnut Lake
Roads.
The new Temple Shir Shalom
was designed by the architectur-
al firm of Neumann and Smith
and will be constructed by A.J.
Etkin Construction Company.
Once completed, there will be
classrooms surrounding the 350
seat sanctuary and a social hall
that can seat 400 for a sit-down
meal and expand to just under a
2000 seat capacity for Holy Days.
The dedication ceremony will
be followed with music and re-
freshments. Guests are asked to
park at the Doherty School with
trolley car service provided to the
site.

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