Beth Shalom Holds
Adult B'not Mitzvah
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Pictured are the participants and clergy at Beth Shalom's upcoming adult b'not mitzvah.
Top row: Rabbi David Nelson, Esther Davidow, Jennifer Zack, Sheilah Goldberg, Lana
Sherman and Cantor Sam Greenbaum. Middle row: Johnie Galens, Nubia Pelaez,
Mara Staller Starr and Alicia Lavetter. Bottom row: Sandy Hodess, Elaine Lavetter,
Minnie Schiffm.an and Jeannine Davidson.
Twelve women, all members of
Congregation Beth Shalom, will culmi-
nate their months of study at an adult
b'not mitzvah on Saturday, Dec. 7.
The. group includes two sets of rela-
tives, Elaine Lavetter and Alicia Lavetter,
mother-in-law and daughter-in-law, and
mother and daughter, Minnie Schiff-
man and Jeannine Davidson.
Two members of the synagogue staff
are also participants in the program:
Mara Staller Starr, the congregation's
office manager, and Lana Sherman,
Completing the group are Esther
Davidow, Johnie Galens, Sheilah
Goldberg, Sandy Hodess, Nubia Pelaez
and Jennifer Zack.
All of the participants will read parts
of the Haftorah, while some of the class
members will also read from the Torah
portion. The women will sponsor an
extended kiddush luncheon following
B'nai Moshe Hosts Scholar
The Detroit Conservative movement's
Torah portion of the week with a ser-
visiting community scholar in residence, mon titled "Kissing and Crying —
Rabbi David Lazar, will lead a
Rachel and Jacob at the Well"
series of adult study sessions at
and will facilitate a discussion'
Congregation B'nai Moshe
on this topic following kid-
over the weekend of Friday,
Nov. 15-Sunday, Nov. 17.
At 4:45 p.m., Rabbi Lazar
On Friday night, Nov. 15,
will give a d'var Torah titled
Rabbi Lazar will lead a study
"Mashiach and Israeli Politics"
session on "Radical Amazement
at Minchah services and will
and Psalm 29" at a Shabbat din-
repeat that talk on Sunday
ner for adults only, which will
morning, Nov. 17, at 8:30
begin at 6 p.m. There is a $20
a.m., as part of minyan.
charge for the dinner, and pre-
For a complete schedule of
paid reservations are required.
the rabbi's teaching engage-
The following morning, Saturday,
ments in our area, call Tom Wexelberg-
Nov. 16, Rabbi Lazar will discuss the
Clouser, (248) 258-0055.
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