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December 02, 1994 - Image 63

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-12-02

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Imagine

A World of Books
... Reading

THE FROG
PRINCESS
J. Patrick Lewis
Dial, $15.99
Sumptuous illustrations
by the brilliant Russian
artist Gennady Spirin
bring this traditional
Russian folk-tale to vivid
life. Here is a magical
world that will enchant
readers of all ages and
a book to treasure for-
ever. Ages 6-12

Educators Learn
About Prayer

The Agency for Jewish Education
will offer a Jewish educators
learning minyan to all educators
in the community. The minyan,
which is the first of its kind in the
area, will provide educators with
the opportunity to experience and
learn about tefillah/prayer.
Participants will discuss the
service, explore similarities and
differences between Reform and
Conservative siddurim and cus-
toms, participate in a Ma'ariv ser-
vice and learn about particular
prayers and rituals from rabbis
in our community.
The first minyan is scheduled
for Dec. 6 from 7-9 p.m. at Tem-
ple Israel. Rabbi Joshua Bennett
will explore 'The Amida: Finding
personal time for reflection in the
midst of a communal service."
The second session will be Feb.
22 at Congregation Shaarey
Zedek with Rabbi William Ger-
shon, who will focus on "The
Sh'ma and Its Blessings."
The last session will be led by
Rabbi Elliot Pachter at Congre-
gation B'nai Moshe on April 4. He
will discuss individual prayer ver-
sus communal prayer, focusing
on Birchat Hashachar.
All of the sessions will be fa-
cilitated by Elizza Berg, educa-
tion director at Temple Kol Ami
with music by Raquel P. Ger-
shon, director of the AJE's
Teacher's Resource Center, and
Shawn Locke, director of School
Services at the ME.
There is no charge for the
Learning Minyan. For informa-
tion, call Shawn Locke or Ellen
Krivchania, (810) 354-1050.

Torah Study
Session Set

Rabbi Irwin Groner will lead the
Conservative Movement Week-
ly Torah Study Dec. 8 at 12:30
p.m. at the Max M. Fisher Build-
ing, 6735 Telegraph Road. The
program is jointly sponsored by
the Michigan Region of The
United Synagogue, the Jewish
Theological Seminary and the
Michigan Region Rabbinical
Assembly.

An Evening
For Wallyball

The Men's Club of Adat Shalom
will sponsor an evening of wally-
ball from 7 to 9 p.m. Dec. 11 at
the Maple/Drake Jewish Com-
munity Center.
The event is planned for both
men arid women. Space is limit-
ed. Those interested in partici-
D pating should make reservations
with the synagogue office, 851-
5100, by Dec. 7. There is a charge. I

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NIGHT BECOMES
DAY
Richard McGuire
Viking, $13.99
In this innovative jour-
ney from night to day
and back again, one
thing evolves into an-
other with the logic of
dreams ... A New
York Times book-of-
the-year award. Hilar-
ious fun and highly
recommended. Ages
3-6 or adult

SWAMP
ANGEL
Anne Isaac
Dutton, $14.99
This is an original south-
ern American tale about a
female Paul Bunyon told
with matchless wit and
luxuriously illustrated by
the Caldecott honor artist
Paul 0. Zelinsky. A book
that will grip the imagina-
tions of all readers. An-
other New York Times
notable book of the year.

111 11

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will be read and trea-
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