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Metropolitan Detroit Conservative Movement
Visiting Scholar-In-Residence Program

Congregation Beth Shalom
Kabbalat Shabbat and Dinner *
"Miriam the Prophetess"
Congregation Beth Shalom
9:00 am
Shabbat October 26
Shabbat Services
"Parshat Va Yera the Binding of Isaac"
Lunch and Learn*
12:30 pm
"Winners and Losers Sarah and Hagar"
12:00 noon Torah Fund Education Day *
October 27
Sunday
Michigan Women's League of
Conservative Judaism
"Rivkah Talking with God"
Jewish Academy of Metro Detroit
Monday October 28
"Family Violence In the Jewish Tradition"
Beth Shalom Religious School
6:00 pm
Monday October 28
"Moses and the Dangers of Zealotry"
12:10-1:30 pm Agency for Jewish Education
Wednesday October 30
Max M. Fisher Federation Building
"How Men Created Women Genesis"
(First of three part series)
MSU Medical Students
Noon
Thursday October 31
Hillel Foundation
"Bringing the Lepers Back Into the Camp-
A Jewish Approach to HIV/AIDS"
7:30-9:00 pm Agency for Jewish Education
Thursday October 31
Max M. Fisher Federation Building
"How Men Created women Genesis"
(First of three part series)
Jewish Academy of Metro Detroit
November 1
Friday
"Tefillah Prayer"
Congregation Shaarey Zedek
9:00 am
Shabbat November 2
Shabbat Services
"Parashat Hayei Sarah Few Tears for An Old Woman Sarah's Death"
Mincha Services & Study
5:00 pm
Shabbat November 2
"Rivkah Talking to God"
Congregation Shaarey Zedek
9:00 am
November 3
Sunday
- B'nai Israel
"Arguing for the Sake of Heaven"

October 25

Friday

Young Israel Hosts
Torah Scholar

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Torah educator and translator Rabbi
Yisrael Herczeg will be the scholar-in-
residence at Young Israel of Southfield
on Oct. 26. Rabbi Herczeg will deliver
three talks: at morn-
ing services, at 5 p.m.
and following

Rabbi
David Lazar

Minchah.

On Shabbat morn-
ing, Rabbi Herczeg
will speak on
"Avraham, Yitzchak,
and Yaakov: Three
Ways of Relating to
Rabbi Herczeg
HaShem." His after-
noon talk is titled
"The Methodologies
of Rashi and Tosefos." "A Life Free of
Sin: Is It Possible?" will be his third
topic.
Rabbi Herczeg has specialized in the
study of Rashi and is well known for
translating and annotating the Sapirstein
Rashi, published by ArtScroll. The rabbi
authored the Talmudic commentary
Keren David on Tractates Nazir, Makkos,
and Arachin. He is composing the first
comprehensive commentary on Rashi to
Nevi'im and Kesuvim.
This special Shabbat is sponsored by
George and Dora Weiss and the family
of the late Jerome W. Kelman.
For information, call Erwin or Esther
Posner, (248) 354-4153.

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October 25
through
November 17,
2002

Check Jewish News For

Future Schedule

November 8
Congregation Beth Ahm

November 15
Congregation B'nai Moshe

For more information,
please call the JTS Detroit Office

248.258.0055

Bingo will return to Congregation Beth
Shalom 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 2.
There will be $1,500 in cash prizes
and a $5,000 grand prize raffle drawing.
Event chair is Rick Emmer. The evening
is open to the public; there is an admis-
sion charge.
For information, call the synagogue
office, (248) 547-7970.

Keter Torah Sisterhood will host
Chanukah boutiques 7-9:30 p.m.
Monday, Nov. 4, at the synagogue.
Gift items will include books, Judaica
and fashions. There is no charge; refresh-
ments will be served. Credit-card pur-
chases will not be available.
For information, call Marcia Harris,
(248) 788-3397.

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*charge for meal

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