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December 09, 1994 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-12-09

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Joshua Bennett

New Rabbi
Is Installed

Rabbi Joshua L. Bennett will be
formally installed as rabbi of
Temple Israel at services Dec. 9
at 8 p.m.
A graduate of Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of Re-
ligion in Cincinnati where he was
ordained Rabbi Bennett wrote his
rabbinic thesis on "The Many
Roles of Elijah and Elisha — The
Charismatic Religious Leader in
Perspective." As a student, he
served congregations in North
Carolina, Texas and Arkansas,
as well as in Battle Creek and
was rabbinic adviser of North
American Federation of Temple
Youth (NFTY) Ohio Valley Fed-
eration and director of UAHC
high school youth programs for
the region of Ohio, Indiana, Ken-
tucky, West Virginia and part of
Tennessee.
Rabbi James M. Bennett,
brother of Joshua, serves as rabbi
of Temple Beth El in Charlotte,
N.C. He will address the congre-
gation and participate with the
clergy in installing his brother.

The Food Bank of
Oakland County pays
only for the shipping
of wholesome but
unmarketable food
donated by the food
industry. Each dollar
you contribute will provide
8 meals for a needy neighbor.

Food Bank of Oakland County
P.O.-Box 430636
Pontiac, MI 48343

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Parenting Center
Slates Classes

Rabbi David Wolpe will talk
about "Speaking to Your Chil-
dren About God." This seminar
is for parents and grandparents
of children ages three through
adolescence Dec. 12 at 7 p.m.
at the Applebaum Parenting
Center.
"Challah Days . . . Homemade
challah in 10 minutes!" will be
Dec. 16, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
`The Book of Esther — Women
and Assimilation" is look at the
story of Esther with new insights.
A working knowledge of Hebrew
is NOT required. Facilitator Ruth
Bergman leads the class from
7:30-9 p.m. Dec. 19.
Call Ruth Beresh, 681-5353, to
reserve a place. These classes
have a fee.

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