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January 17, 2003 - Image 61

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-01-17

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MISSION

STATEMENT

AT THE SHUL, WE BELIEVE THAT JEWS I

ARE jEWS ARE "WS, REGARDLESS OF h

AFFILIATION OR PERSONAL LEVEL OF

OBSERVANCE • WE HAVE NO CHECKLIST

FOR KNOWLEDGE, OBSERVANCE, BELIEFS OR

LIFESTYLES OF T

PROGRAMS •

t L

PEOPLE W - 10 ATTEND OUR

EVERYONE IS WELCOME

• THOUGH THERE IS NO RELIGIOUS LITMUS TEST

APPLIED TO THOSE WHO ATTEND,

THE RABBIS AND SYNAGOGUE ADHERE

TO TRADITIONAL JEWISH LAWS AND

VALUES • JEWISH FAITH RESTS ON A FIRM

BEDROCK OF LOGIC AND

N - ELLECT • OUR TRA-

DITION ENCOURAGES US

O

TO UNDERSTAND • W

TO DELVE,

PROPER STUDY AND

COMPREHENSION, WE CA\ TRANSFORM THE

PROVERBIAL 'LEAP OF FAI -

IN

0 A STRONGER

'STEP OF FAITH' AND 'BLIND FAITH'

INTO A 'SEEING FAITH'. WE ENCOUR-

AGE THIS ATTITUDE AT THE SHUL.

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