Adat Shalom Synagogue will wel-
come Rabbi David Lazar, a scholar
Rabbi Lazar is .
founding director of
RIKMA, a Spiritual
program that brings
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
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
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
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.
At Adat Shalom
Adat Shalom Synagogue will h -old a
healing service 7:30 p.m. Tuesday,
Facilitated by Rabbi Herbert
Yoskowitz and Cantor Howard
Glantz, thecommunity service will
offer music, Jewish learning and
designed to fit
your style and
created to match
Love Of Zion
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
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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