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March 03, 1995 - Image 37

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-03-03

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MIDRASHA

ADULT JEWISH LEARNING •:• SPRING 1995/5755

"relebrating Purim: Then and Now"

Community Educator Ruth Bergman
Monday, March 13, 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM

At the Applebaum Jewish Parenting Center of Congregation Shaarey

Zedek, in the Bina! Israel Center, 4200 Walnut Lake Road, W. Bloomfield
Tuition: $10

"PREPARING FOR

a series of free open
learning sessions

This final session in our text study series, "Behind the Veil: A Closer Look
at the Book of Esther", takes place just before the Purim holiday and
focuses on how Purim has been celebrated by the Jewish people
through the ages. Bible, midrash, and commentaries are used as study
materials. No knowledge of Hebrew required.

Ruth Bergman

This series is co-sponsored by the Eugene and Marcia Applebaum
Jewish Parenting Center of Congregation Shaarey Zedek.

"Turning t rehillim (Psalms): Spiritual Healiti
and Comfort at Times of Crisis and Loss"

Rabbi Herbert Yoskowitz

4 sessions starting March 13

Mondays, 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM

Tuition: $48 for the series (includes book) or
$10 per session (without book)

Rabbi Herbert Yoskowitz

"The Book of Psalms is a rich treasury of prayer and reflection for
many occasions and situations. Over the centuries, Jews and people
of all faiths have derived comfort, guidance, reassurance, and
catharsis from its 150 chapters . ." (from Rabbi Simkha Weintraub's
new book, "Healing of Soul, Healing of Body"). In this series, Rabbi
Yoskowitz will explore how the Book of Psalms can help us respond
to various kinds of crises and catastrophes, including natural disasters,
political upheaval and social breakdown; chronic disability, illness, or
sorrow; and personal grief and loss when sudden tragedy strikes.
No knowledge of Hebrew is required.

This series is being offered in cooperation with MJAC- The Michigan
Jewish Aids Coalition and Jewish Hospice Services (sponsored by
Hospice of Southeastern Michigan and the Jewish Family Service)

"The Why and How of
Preparing Your Home

for Pas—
Wednesday, March 22
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Nechama Glogower

Wednesday, March 29
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Nira Lev

2 Thursdays,
March 30 & April 6
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Rabbi Joshua L. Bennett

Wednesday, April 5
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM

Community Educator Edward Codish

Rabbi Daniel Nevins

3 sessions starting March 27

Mondays, 7:30 PM to 9:00 PM

Tuition: $30

Edward Codish

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Jewish ethics and philosophy in the modern and post modern ages
will be the focus of this seminar, which is designed for both
traditional Jews and those who consider themselves nontraditional
Jews. No knowledge of Hebrew is required. The course will
concentrate on texts by Rosenzweig, Buber and Levinas, and will
present a unifying approach to Judaism.

Spring Registration

Name:

Phone:

Address:

Registering for:

Date(s)

Form of payment:

Card #

Signature

Fee:

Total enclosed: $

❑ Check (payable to Midrasha)U Mastercard DVisa

Exp. Date

Midrasha

Center for Adult Jewish Learning

is a division of the
Agency for Jewish Education

Mail with payment to:
Midrasha
21550 W. 12 Mile Road,
Southfield, MI 48076

or if paying by credit card,
you may fax to:
(810) 354-1068

For more information call

(810) 3541050.

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