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Rabbi Lauren Berkun, the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America rab-
binic fellow for the Detroit and
Chicago Jewish communities, will
teach a four-part adult study series in
honor of the month of Elul and the
upcoming Days of Awe noon-1 p.m.
Thursdays, starting Aug. 28, at the
Max M. Fisher Federation Building,
6735 Telegraph Road, Bloomfield
Township.
The series is titled "The Way
Home: The Path of Teshuvah." Other
session dates are Sept. 4, 11 and 18.
Sessions may be attended independ-
ently.
The series is designed as spiritual
preparation for the upcoming High
Holidays and will explore rabbinic,
medieval and modern texts on the
process of repentance (teshuvah). All
study materials will be translated into
English. Students may bring a dairy or
parve lunch.
The series is open to the communi-
ty at no charge, but pre-registration is
requested. For information or to regis-
ter, call Beverly Roth, (248) 258-0055.

Young Israel Hosts
Speaker Series

Young Israel of Oak Park (YIOP) will
sponsor a series of lectures for the five
weeks leading up to the Jewish new
year. The series is open to the commu-
nity and free of charge.
Titled "Torah: The Road Map for
Jewish Life," the series features five
scholars on consecutive Shabbat after-
noons. Kicking off the series 6:30 p.m.
Aug. 30, Rabbi Yehuda Willig will dis-
cuss "How Rigid is the Road Map? Is
There Room for Something Else?"
Rabbi Willig is a member of Yeshiva
University's Kollel Elyon for Advanced
Talmudic Studies in New York.
The second lecture, given by Rabbi
Shmuel Irons, rosh kollel for the
Kollel Institute of Greater Detroit in
Oak Park, 6:25 p.m. Sept. 6, will
focus on the idea of taking on strin-
gencies in observance and is tided
"Obligation vs. Chumra: Big Things
vs. Small Things."
On Sept. 13, Rabbi Yehudah
Moller will discuss Judaism in a secu-
lar world at 6:10 p.m. Rabbi Moller is
a rebbe at Yeshiva Beth Yehudah in

Southfield and a guest lecturer for
Machon L'Torah in Oak Park.
Rabbi Ovadia Sofer, director of
outreach for Aish HaTorah of Detroit,
will look at "The Relationship
Between Doing and Feeling" at 6 p.m.
Sept. 20.
Concluding the series, Rabbi
Reuven Spolter of YIOP will lead a
discussion on Shabbat Shuvah, Oct. 4,
on "Will My Teshuva Really Matter?
One Small Person in a Great Big
World." Rabbi Spolter's lecture will
begin at 6:45 p.m., following minchah
services at 5:30 p.m. and a meal at 6
p.m.
For information or to request home
hospitality for Shabbat, contact Rabbi
Spolter, (248) 967-3655.

Workmen's Circle
Welcomes Kids

The Workmen's Circle/Arbeter Ring-
the Circle of Jewish Culture has a new
Sunday school program for children
ages 5-13 for the school year 2003-
2004, `.`A. Gleisele Te" (A Glass of Tea).
This interactive, hands-on, multi-
media study of Eastern European
Jewish immigration to this country at
the turn of the last century will begin
Sept. 5. Developmentally appropriate
activities will include producing a fac-
simile of the Forverts (Forward) news-
paper from the turn of the last centu-
ry, researching and assuming the per-
sonae of eastern European Jewish
immigrants making their way in "the
golden land," photography, music,
drama, puppetry, storytelling, dance
and Yiddish.
The Workmen's Circle/Arbeter
Ring is dedicated to Jewish communi-
ty, Yiddish culture and social justice.
For enrollment information, call (248)
545-0985.

Shabbat Jams
At Beth Shalom

Shabbat Jams will return to
Congregation Beth Shalom on Friday,
Aug. 22. It's open to members,
prospective members and non-mem-
bers.
Musicians will be featured during
the alternative musical Shabbat, which
begins with appetizers at 5:30 p.m.,
followed by a Kabbalat Shabbat service

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