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March 03, 1995 - Image 122

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-03-03

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A new group for interfaith cou-
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Lewy Berg will begin on Sun-
day, March 5. The five-session
series is co-sponsored by the
Jewish Community Center of
Washtenaw County and Jewish
Family Services.
In addition to offering inter-
faith couples a support network
in which to explore common
issues, Dr. Berg will also present
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Interfaith couples face many
issues concerning raising chil-
dren, dealing with parents, cele-
brating holidays, handling life-
cycle events, and blending two
backgrounds in one household.
At each of the five group ses-
sions, Dr. Berg will present a
topic to discuss first as a group
and then separately as couples.
Couples will have the facilitat-
ed opportunity for clarifying be-
liefs and values and for resolving
conflicts in a productive and
compassionate way.
Dr. Berg is a licensed clinical
psychologist and a certified
couples therapist. She has
worked extensively with chil-
dren, adolescents, and families
and her work in parental guid-
ance led to her interest in mar-
ital relationships. She has a
private practice with offices in
Ann Arbor and Southfield.
The group will meet Sundays,
from 5 to 7 p.m., on March 5, 12,
19, 26, and Thursday, April 9.
Visiting rabbis from the com-
munity will attend to answer
questions and baby sitting will
be available.
There is a fee for the five ses-
sions. For information, call the
JCC, 971-0990.

Concert Marks
New Sanctuary

Internationally acclaimed singer
and songwriter Debbie Fried-
man will highlight the celebra-
tion of Temple Beth Emeth's
new sanctuary with a concert on
Saturday, March 18, at 8 p.m.
Ms. Friedman is well known
for her pioneering efforts in the
development of contemporary
American Jewish music. Her
music is sung in synagogues,
schools, camps and community
centers throughout North Amer-
ica and Europe.
Ms. Friedman's concert com-
memorates the completion of the
temple's expansion. There is a
charge.
For information about the
concert and afterglow, call Tem-
ple Beth Emeth, 665-4744.

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