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August 22, 2003 - Image 51

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-08-22

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at 6 p.m. and dinner at 6:45 p.m.
The event is sponsored by the con-
gregation's Membership Campaign
Committee and Synagogue 2000. The
cost for the evening is $12 for adults,
$6 for children, with youngsters 3 and
younger free. A family maximum is

Sessions run for about one hour,
immediately following services and
kiddush. The approximate start time is
12:30 p.m. These are free, drop-in
learning opportunities. Sessions meet
in the main sanctuary unless otherwise
announced. All are welcome.
On Shabbat Ki Tetze, Sept. 6,
Rabbi Elliot Pachter will lead a session
titled "Who Will Live and Who Will
Die? The Challenging Theology of the
Unetaneh TokefPrayer."
On Shabbat Ki Tavo, Sept. 13,
Cantor Earl Berris will teach "Musical
Themes of the Days of Awe."
A Conservative movement summit is
B'nai Moshe's adult education pro-
scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 4, 2-
gram, the Kolel Moshe Lifelong
7:30 p.m. at Adat Shalom Synagogue. - Learning Institute, will announce its
Titled "Vibrant Judaism: Building a schedule of fall classes at the end of
Movement for Tomorrow," the sum-
August. Kolel Moshe is supported by
mit will feature an address by Robin
the synagogue's Ruth Rosenberg
Axelrod, director of the Sol Drachler
Albert Adult Education Fund and by
Program in Jewish Communal
contributions by individual members
Leadership at the University of
and friends of Congregation B'nai
Michigan's School of Social Work, and Moshe.
a review of education in the
For information and/or to be
Conservative movement by Steve
placed on an e-mail list for regular
Freedman, newly appointed head of
Kolel Moshe updates, call Nancy
school of Hillel Day School of
Kaplan, (248) 737-1931.
Metropolitan Detroit.
Other topics covered will
beConservative Judaism, formal and
informal youth education, adult edu-
cation, membership development, vol-
unteer development and public rela-
Presenters will include Rabbi
Registrations are being taken for the
Daniel Nevins, Dr. Mitch Parker,
fall semester of lifelong learning classes
Marjorie Saulson, Michael Wolf and
being offered by the Jewish Federation
other lay and professional leaders of
of Metropolitan Detroit's Alliance for
the Conservative movement.
Jewish Education.
The event is co-sponsored by the
"Women in the Bible," a new
United Synagogue of Conservative
course being taught by Dr. Ilana
Judaism, Great Lakes & Rivers
Blumberg, professor of Judaic Studies,
Region, Hevra West and the
English and women's studies at the
Rabbinical Assembly, Michigan
University of Michigan, will examine
the roles of women in the founding- of
There is no charge for the program, the nation of Israel. It will meet for 14
which is open to the entire communi-
weeks on Thursdays, noon-1:30 p.m.,
ty. There is a $10 charge for the
at the Max M. Fisher Federation
optional dinner.
Building in Bloomfield Township.
For information, contact Dr.
"Priests, Prophets and Kings: The
Richard Lederman, (216) 751-0606.
First Book of Samuel," a course dis-
cussing the personalities that shaped
the first kingdom in Israel, will be
offered Wednesdays, 10:30 a.m.-noon
at the Max M. Fisher Federation
Building. It will be taught by Rabbi
Rod Glogower, rabbinic resource per-
son on staff of the B'nai Brith Hillel
Congregation B'nai Moshe will honor
Foundation at the University of
the tradition of study to prepare for
the Days of Awe during the upcoming
Rabbi Glogower will also teach a
month of Elul by offering two stay-
course titled "Inside the Rabbinic
and-learn-on- Shabbat study sessions
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