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November 01, 2002 - Image 73

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-11-01

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Jewish National Fun

will hold its annual

Green Sunday Phone-A-Thon

on November 24, 2002

Beth Shalom Hosts
An Israeli Evening

A celebration of Israeli life and cul-
ture is planned for people of all ages
Sunday, Nov. 17, at Congregation
Beth Shalom.
Starting with a traditional Israeli
buffet at 6 p.m., Israeli dancing will
follow. Shelly Komer Jackier and Avi
Zechory will demonstrate and
instruct adults.
Beth Shalom's cultural commis-
sion is sponsoring the event, which
is open to the community.
The fee for the evening is $13 for
adults, $6.50 for children and free
for those younger than 3. For danc-
ing only, the cost is $4 for adults
and $2 for children.
For information, contact the syn-
agogue office, (248) 547-7970.

Emanu-El Marks
50th Anniversary

Temple Emanu-El celebrated its
50th anniversary at a dinner Oct.


The occasion culminated a year of
events commemorating the success
of the Oak Park Reform temple.
The evening included a Havdalah
service written and performed by
Michael HarPaz and an original
musical revue by the Temple
Emanu-El Players.

Series Focus —
Study Of Israel

Community educator Michael Weiss
will lead a six-part Sunday morning
adult Jewish study series titled
"Israel in Text and Tradition," spon-
sored by Eilu v'Eilu and hosted by
Congregation Shaarey Zedek
Study sessions will take place 10-
11:30 a.m. Nov. 3, 10, 17, 24, Dec.
8 and 15. The series is designed to
introduce adult learners to tradi-
tional views on the role of the Land
of Israel in Jewish life as expressed
in the great literary works of the
Jewish tradition.
Each 90-minute session is self-
contained and can be attended sepa-
rately. There is no charge, and pre-
registration is not necessary.
No knowledge of Hebrew is nec-
essary. For information, call Dr.
Mitch Parker, (248) 593-3490.

`Power' Series
At B'nai Moshe

Congregation B'nai Moshe's
monthly adult Jewish learning
series, "The Power of Seven,"
which showcases guest scholars
in an in-depth seminar format
designed to appeal to Jewish
learners throughout the commu-
nity, will continue 7:30-9 p.m.
Monday, Nov. 4, with a shiur
(discourse) by Conservative com-
munity scholar-in-residence
Rabbi David Lazar.
His topic will be "Long Before
Vampires: Garlic in the Jewish
Tradition." Tuition is $10 ($8 for
B'nai Moshe members). Pre-reg-
istration is encouraged, but stu-
dents also may register at the
door. No knowledge of Hebrew
is necessary.
The next "Power of Seven"
shiur will take place during
Chanukah, on Monday, Dec. 2,
and will feature community edu-
cator and Bible scholar Eric
Grossman. His topic will be
"Theology in 3-D: The Magic,
Mystery and Menorah of the
Ancient Temple." Advance regis-
tration is encouraged but not
required. Each session is self-
contained and can be attended
B'nai Moshe is also offering a
number of ongoing, weekly class-
es this semester, which new stu-
dents are welcome to join.
A new Shabbat morning early-
bird Torah study group meets
8:45-9:30 a.m. on Shabbat
mornings, led by community
educator Barry V. Levine. As this
is a Shabbat study series, there is
no charge; however, contribu-
tions to the Ruth Rosenberg
Albert Adult Education Fund,
which is underwriting the series,
are welcome. Pre-registration is
encouraged (Shabbat attire).
Rabbi Elliot Pachter leads the
class "Swimming in the Sea of
Talmud," using the textbook
($20) by Rabbis Michael Katz
and Gershon Schwartz, 10-11
a.m. Sundays in the synagogue's
library-minyan room. Drop-in
visitors are welcome. Tuition per
session is $7 for B'nai Moshe
members, $10 for others.
For information, call Sharlene
Ungar, (248) 788-0600.



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