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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-08-30

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ROSH HASHANAH
an d
YOM KIPPUR SERVICES

with

The Isaac Agree
Downtown Synagogue

Meet The Members
Of Kollel Torah Mi'Tzion

Rabbi Shlomo and Tali Sobel

This is the third year the Sobels will
be in Detroit with Kollel Torah
Mi'Tzion. Rabbi Sobel, 32, studied at
Merkaz HaRav Kook and serves as
rosh kollel (head of the kollel). The
couple is from Rishon ETzion in
Israel, where they both taught Jewish
studies: They will live in Southfield
for the year with their son and daugh-
ter, Yosef, 5, and Yiska, 3. Both Rabbi
Sobel and Tali, 31, teach high school
Jewish studies classes at Akiva.

at Southfield Centre for the Arts

(the former B'nai David at 24350 Southfield Road • Southfield)

A warm environment with friendly people.
No tickets are needed for services.

ROSH HASHANAH SERVICES

Friday Night, September 6...7:45 p.m. Evening Service

Saturday, September 7....8:30 a.m. Morning Service

Sunday, September 8....8:30 a.m. Morning Service

YOM KIPPUR SERVICES

Sunday Night, September 15 - Kol Nidre...6:45 p.m. Evening

Monday, September 16....9:30 a.m. Morning Service

Yizkor...1:00 p.m. Mid-Afternoon Service

Rabbi Shlomo and Tali Sobel with Yose
and Yiska

Mincha...5:00 p.m. Evening Service

Yossi and Chamutal Revach

From Ofra in Israel, this is also the
third year in Detroit for the Revach
family. Yossi, 29, teaches high school
Judaic subjects at Akiva; Chamutal,
27, teaches Akiva elementary stu-
dents. In Israel, Yossi worked as an
accountant and Chamutal taught
elementary school. The couple and
their three children, Eden, 5, David,
3, and Ori, 1, will live in Southfield
for the year.

Shofar...8:15 p.m. Evening Service

For futher information call (313) 961-9328

KETER TORAH
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Yossi and Chamutal Revach with David,
Eden and Ori

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Zvi and Na'ama Fass

oin us for traditional
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HI
EPHARDIC

This is the first year the Fasses
will be in Detroit with Kollel
Torah Mi'Tzion. They are from
Givat Shmuel in Israel, where
Zvi, 26, worked in computer pro-
gramming and Na'ama was a
social worker. Zvi and Na'ama
will teach Judaic studies in Akiva's
high school. The couple will live
in Oak Park for the year along
with son Yehuda, 1.

DAY SERVI 4

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For information OMeS and membership
opportunities pleaskritact (248) 788-1006





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Susan Tawil

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Zvi and Na'ama with Yehuda

For more information on Kollel Torah Mi'Tzion, to arrange classes or
to help support the program, contact Dr. Phillip Goldmeier at (248)
352-6715.

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Way...

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