The Reform and Conservative Congregations of the Metropolitan
Detroit area are proud to announce the 1994-95 series of
monthly Shabbat Services for Jewish Singles. If you are a single
Congregation Shir Tikvah
Temple Beth El
Temple Emanu El
Temple Kol Ami
Temple Shir Shalord
- Jew in the Detroit community, please join us for Shabbat
Services. Services begin on Friday evenings at 8:30 p.m. and are
followed by an Oneg Shabbat, featuring a speaker and program.
Beth Abraham jilel NIMP ,
Congregatiorl Bet h
The next Singles Shabbat Service will be
The implementation commit-
tee plans to review the process,
with input from participating
families, congregations and tem-
ples. The aim is to improve the
program so all of the $75,000 an-
nual apportionment is utilized.
The financing for the scholar-
ship came from the 1993-94 Al-
lied Jewish Campaign
allocations following recommen-
dations made by the Giles Com-
mission, an education committee
that suggested the closing of the
United Hebrew Schools. The pur-
pose is to provide funding to fam-
ilies to make the transition from
UHS to congregation- and tem-
The scholarship program was
set up to help all children
through a partnership with the
Jewish educational institutions,
the families and the Federation,
Mr. Nachman said. The size of
individual awards was not dis-
"The scholarship is to help fit
the family with the congregation.
Federation was never intended
to be the 100 percent funder,"
said Mr. Nachman.
This year, one-fourth of the
$100,000 came from the al-
lowance for the 1994-95 school
year with the additional money
coming from the original $75,000
allocation from the 1993-94
school year. The scholarship was
not disbursed that year because
the funding was in place too late
in the year.
The remainder of the money
allocated for this year will be
spread out over several years.
Three items were considered
for awards: the individual fam-
ily needs, the number of hours a
week the program required and
the cost of the program.
"Each of these variables made
a difference," Mr. Nachman said.
"But by far the most important
item was the need of the fami-
In the future, when more ap-
plicants are expected, priority will
be given to families who are affil-
iated or who have expressed an
interest in affiliation, he said.
Congregation B'nai Moshe
6800 Drake Road
Friday, October 7, 1994, 8:30 p.m.
"Tikkun Olam — Social Action and Jewish Values"
Rabbi Moshe Tutanuer was ordained at the Jewish Theological
Seminary and is the Seminary's representative at Camp Ramah in
Moscow and serves as educational consultant to the Conservative
Movement's Day and afternoon schools in Russia and in the Ukraine.
This program is sponsored by the Michigan Board of Rabbis, in cooperation
with The Jewish News and the Jewish Community Center. These Shabbat
Services have been made possible by a grant from the Max M. Fisher
Foundation of the Detroit Jewish Federation.
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