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Adat Shalom
Hosts Scholar

Adat Shalom Synagogue will wel-
come Rabbi David Lazar, a scholar
from Jerusalem,
Friday-Sunday, Oct.
18-20.
Rabbi Lazar is .
founding director of
RIKMA, a Spiritual
Community
Leadership Training
program that brings
together young
adults preparing for Rabbi Lazar
careers in rabbinic
and other profes-
sional communal work in Israel. He
is the chaplain for the AIDS Task
Force in Tel-Aviv.
The scholar-in-residence weekend
will begin with Kabbalat Shabbat
services at 6 p.m. and a family din-
ner at which Rabbi Lazar will speak
on "Sharing the Gifts of the Spirit:
An Interfaith Experience in France."
On Shabbat morning, he will
deliver a sermon related to the par-
shah of the week, "Jerusalem,
Geographically Centering One's
Soul."
He will conclude his visit on
Sunday with a program for religious
school students in the" morning and
as the guest speaker at the congrega-
tion's first supper series program of
the season.
Rabbi Lazar is enrolled in a doc-
toral program in Hebrew literature
at the Hebrew University. He is a
member of.the executive committee
of the Rabbinical Assembly, Israel
Region and the steering committee
of the TALI Educational Fund in
Jerusalem.
Friday dinner reservations are
required by Monday, - Oct. 14. There
will be an $18 charge for adults, a
$10 fee for children and no charge
for those 3 and younger. For infor-
mation, call (248) 851-5100.

Healing Service
At Adat Shalom

Adat Shalom Synagogue will h -old a
healing service 7:30 p.m. Tuesday,
Oct. 15.
Facilitated by Rabbi Herbert
Yoskowitz and Cantor Howard
Glantz, thecommunity service will
offer music, Jewish learning and
worship.

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Program Focus:
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On Wednesday evenings Oct. 16,
23 and 30, Rabbi Herbert Yoskowitz
of Adat Shalom Synagogue will dis-
cuss Jewish and non-Jewish writers
who have expressed their love for
Zion in medieval and modern litera-
ture. The programs begin at 8.p.m..
Rabbi Yoskowitz will examine
- love of Zion in the writings of Jews
such as Yehudah Halevi and non-
Jews such as George Eliot, and in
writings of Benjamin Disraeli.
There is no charge.

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During Simchat Torah services Sept.
29, Congregation B'nai Moshe dedi-
cated a Torah mantle in memory of
Max Brumer.
The green velvet mantle will be
used on a Torah that is read at the
daily minyan. Rabbi Elliot Pachter
expressed the synagogue's apprecia-
tion for the contribution made by
the Brumer estate.
Attending the dedication was Mr.
Brumer's widow, Magda, a lifetime
member of the congregation.

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