412Aish HaTorah presents:
WINTER LEORMING IN WEST BLOOMFIELD
THIS CHANUKAH GIVE YOURSELF THE GIFT OF HEBREW
SIGN UP FOR AISH HATORAH'S POPULAR AND EFFECTIVE CRASH COURSE IN HEBREW READING
AND IN FIVE WEEKS YOU WILL BE READING HEBREW !!
The class begins December 6th and by January 3rd you will be reading Hebrew
Class meets from 8:00 - 9:00 p.m. on Wednesdays
PATHWAYS TO THE TORAH!
AN INTENSE, CHALLENGING AND INTELLECTUAL EXPLORATION OF SELECT PORTIONS OF THE TORAH
USING CLASSIC COMMENTARIES. THE NARRATIVE WILL BE EXAMINED WITH AN EYE TOWARDS
REVEALING THE WISDOM AND RELEVANCE OF THE CHARACTERS, INCIDENTS, PHILOSOPHY AND
LAWS. THIS SEMESTER THE BOOK OF GENESIS IS BEING STUDIED.
Taught by Rabbi Michael Berger every Thursday evening from 8:00 until 9:00 p.m.
RABBI, HOW DO I DO JUDAISM?
LEARN THE SPECIFICS OF JEWISH PRACTICE IN A NONJUDGMENTAL ENVIRONMENT. THIS ONGOING
SERIES COVERS THE BASICS OF JEWISH LIFE SUCH AS THE HOLIDAYS, DAILY LIFE AND LIFE CYCLE
EVENTS, KASHRUT, PRAYER AND MUCH MORE.
Taught by Rabbi Dov Elefant every Thursday evening from 7:30 until 8:30 p.m.
CLASSES WILL MEET AT THE SARAH AND RALPH DAVIDSON HADASSAH HOUSE
5030 ORCHARD LAKE ROAD (on the west side of Orchard Lake, between Walnut
Lake and Green Roads)
For more information call Aish HaTorah (810) 737-0400
Machon L'Torah, the Jewish
Learning Network of Michigan,
will hold an educational lunch-
time conference at Henry Ford
Hospital, 11:45 a.m. Wednesday,
Rabbi Avraham Jacobovitz
will discuss "Chanukah 1995 -
Rekindling the Dimmed Lights."
A deli lunch will follow the dis-
The program will be hosted by
Dr. Barry Levine and Dr. Steve
Levine. There is a charge of $17.
For information and reserva-
tions, call Machon (810) 967-
Machon L'Torah will hold a
similar discussion at the Jewish
Family Service at noon Thurs-
day, Dec. 7. Rabbi Jacobovitz will
discuss "Attaining Jewish Val-
ues - One at a Time."
The program will be hosted by
Mrs. Shirley Jarcaig and Mrs.
Lisa Mifsud and will include a
lunch before the discussion.
There is a charge to cover the
cost of lunch. For information
and reservations, call Machon at
Machon has opened up the
1995 fall semester for the Jew-
ish History Lecture Sereis. The
next program will be presented
by Rabbi Shmuel Irons, dean,
Kollel Institute of Greater De-
troit, on "First Among Equals -
The Life and Times of Rabbi
Yehudah." The event will be held
9 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 9, at Ma-
chon LTorah, 15221 W. Ten Mile
Rd., Oak Park. The lectures will
be given every other Saturday
evening. There is a $10 fee per
For information and registra-
tion, call program coordinators
Dr. Mark Blumenkehl, 557-5725;
or Dr. David Weingarden, 569-
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The Sephardic Community will
hold a pre-Chanukah party and
talent show Sunday, Dec. 10, at
Congregation Beth Achim at 2
p.m. Candlelighting will be con-
ducted by Hazan Sasson Natan.
There is a charge.
An election of officers was
held for the Sephardic commu-
nity of Greater Detroit. The new
officers are: president, Jacob
David; vice president, Isaac
Ben-Ezra, Eli Rashty; treasur-
ers, Marcel Behar, Lucien Dar-
mon; secretaries, Susan
Alspector, Shirley Behar.
The board of trustees are
David Sevy, Richard Behar, Gila
Natan, Mary David, Stanley Al-
spector, Mary Papo, Dorit Edut,