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Clarksdale, Tisdale had the responsi-
bility of leading a special farewell serv-
ice for the Jewish community, which
was closing its temple because of long-
declining membership.
Tisdale's rabbinic thesis — tided
"Nachamu, Nachamu Ami: Be
Comforted, Be Comforted, People" —
examines the sermonic response to
national disaster.
Tisdale will marry Brian Kroll of
West Bloomfield on Aug. 31 at
Temple Israel. He is co-owner of Kroll
Construction, a Garden City-based
family business.
Tisdale, the younger of two daugh-
ters, is excited to come back home to
work.
"It is a way to contribute as an
adult to the community that gave me
so much as a child," she said. "With
mentors like the rabbis of Temple
Israel and of the chaplaincy network
headed by Rabbi Bunny Freedman —
all the rabbis in the community for
that matter — I could not have landed
in a better place.
"It is a challenge and a huge oppor-
tunity all in one."

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Tisdale is beginning her third round as
an intern with the Jewish Hospice and
Chaplaincy Network, where both she
and Silk gained career-enriching expe-
rience. They trained in pastoral care in
hospital and hospice settings with rab-
binic mentors from various streams of
Judaism, including Orthodoxy.
"They really got to know the rabbis
in our community as well as how we
care for the vulnerable populations,"
Rabbi Freedman said.
"We're investing in our future when
we create training programs like this
through the support of the local
Jewish Fund. We put young people in
the community alongside seasoned
rabbis — thinking on the ground and
getting to like it.
"We open them to a new world, a
world that requires them to develop
increased sensitivities. And once they
do so, they develop a yearning to
make a difference."
Tisdale and Silk have the same take
on the rabbinate.
Silk put it this way: "Being a rabbi
means staying in the room of people's
lives — and hopefully, making the
world a less scary and more joyful and
holy place." LI

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