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Rabbi Lauren Berkun led a workshop
on "Women and Sexual Ethics.”
"We have a unique community
when we can draw on the resources of
all of these women scholars who
shared so much of their wisdom," said
Ellen Labes of Bloomfield Hills, who
chaired the steering committee for the
program. "It was an extraordinary day
for everyone who was lucky enough to
The program was sponsored by
Jewish Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit and also by Federation's
Alliance for Jewish Education, the
Agency for Jewish Education, the
Hermelin-Davidson Center for
Congregation Excellence, Eilu v' Eilu,
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America, Florence Melton Adult Mini
School and Seminars for Adult Jewish
"This is a wonderful opportunity for
women from all sectors of our Jewish
community to come together and
experience a day of learning especially
for women," said Shirlee Wyman
Harris of Oak Park.
"I learned so much about women
and Judaism, it made me very proud
of my Jewish heritage," said Jordana
Weiss, director of Adat Shalom
Synagogue nursery and kindergarten,
who came with a group of teachers
from the school.
"I love feeding my mind like this,"
said Phyllis Kohn of Farmington Hills,
an Adat Shalom teacher.
"We need to believe, even in this
moment, that there is a dawn for the
Jewish people and that there will be
great moments," Kletenik said during
her closing remarks. "But every
woman needs to ask herself, <What is
my part — what will I bring to the
redemption of the Jewish people?'" El_