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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-09-06

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Ahavat Shalom Retreat Center
Congregation Ahavat Shalom
413 N. Division Street
Traverse City, MI 49684
Contact: Rabbi Stacie Fine Bahle
Phone: (231) 929-4330
Email: finerabbi@aol.com
A new Jewish retreat center featuring
nationally-known rabbis, thinkers and
artists. Focus on inclusive contemporary
Judaism, Kabbalah and learning in the
natural setting of northern Vichigan,
with splendid accommodations.
Ann Arbor Chabad House
U-V Student Center
715 Hill St.
Ann Arbor, VI 48104
Contact: Rabbi Aharon and
Esther Goldstein
Phone: (734) 995-3276
Fax: (734) 996-2479
Email: chabad@jewmich.com
Web Site: www.jewmich.com
Classes in Judaic and Chassidic studies,
in Hebrew and English. No prerequisite
is required. Classes in Chassidic philos-
Bais Chabad of Farmington Hills
32000 Middlebelt Road
Farmington Hills, MI 48334
Contact: Rabbi Chaim Moshe Bergstein
Phone: (248) 855-2910 synagogue
(248) 626-3194 home
Fax: (248) 855-0920
Full-service synagogue offering study
groups and classes including Jewish
meditation. Saturday services at 9:30 a.m.
Birmingham Aish Center-Aish HaTorah
555 S. Old Woodward Ave., Suite 23L
Birmingham, VI 48009
Contact: Rabbi Alon Tolwin
Phone: (248) 593-5138
Fax: (248) 593-5141
Email: detroit@aish.com
Dynamic speakers, seminars on Jewish
inspiration and literacy and personal
learning programs. Hebrew reading and
comprehension, business ethics, work-
shops on marital harmony, spiritual
growth and Jewish mysticism. 4,000-
tape library.
Birmingham Temple Adult Education
28611 W. 12 Vile Road
Farmington Hills, VI 48334
Contact: Rabbi Adam Chalom

Phone: (248) 477-8295
Fax: (248) 477-9014
Email: rabbiadam@birminghamtemple.org
Web Site: www.birminghamtemple.org
Classes include Hebrew, history and phi-
losophy, Shabbat Study Hour (Bible),
Vonday Night Forum lecture series.
Congregation Shir Tikvah
3900 Northfield Pkwy.
Troy, VI 48084
Contact: Karen Knoppow,
director of education
Phone: (248) 649-4418
Fax: (248) 649-8236
Email: karen@shirtikvah.org
Web Site: www.shirtikvah.org
Adult education including weekly adult
Hebrew classes, Torah study, compara
Live text study.
Education Division (formerly Eilu v'Eilu)
of the Michigan Branch of the Rabbinical
Assembly - Michigan, The
Contact: Mitchell S. Parker, Ph. D.
Phone: (248) 539-4673
E-mail: abbadoc@aol.com
The Education Division (formerly Eilu
v'Eilu) of the Michigan Branch of the
Rabbinical Assembly is devoted to pro-
viding quality adult education through its
Scholar-in Residence and Conversion
Programs and synagogue-based classes.
Florence Melton Adult Mini School
Jewish Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit's Alliance for Jewish Education
6735 Telegraph Road, Suite 370
Bloomfield Twp., VI 48301
Contact: Aviva Panush
Phone: (248) 205-2531
Fax: (248) 645-7867
Email: panush@jfmd.org
Web Site: www.thisisfederation.org
An innovative concept in adult Jewish
learning committed to promoting Jewish
literacy through the sequential systemat-
ic study of Jewish sources over a two-
year period. Designed for adult learners
from a variety of backgrounds, modes of
personal observance and religious philos-
International Institute for Secular
Humanistic Judaism
28611 W. 12 Mile Road
Farmington Hills, VI 48334
Contact: Marilyn Rowens
Phone: (248) 476-9532
Fax: (248) 476-8509

Email: info@iishj.org
Web Site: www.iishj.org
Educational arm of International
Federation of Secular Humanistic Jews.
Sister organizations are Society for
Humanistic Judaism, Congress of
Secular Jewish Organizations. Purpose
is education, leader training, increasing
Jewish identity awareness.
JCC of Metropolitan Detroit
D. Dan and Betty Kahn Bldg.
Contact: Jewish Life and
Learning Department
Phone: (248) 432-5577
Fax: (248) 432-5552

Jimmy Prentis Vorris Bldg.
Contact: Sharon Goldenberg
Phone: (248) 967-4030
Fax: (248) 967-0060
Email: sgoldenberg@jccdet.org
Web Site: www.jccdet.org
Lectures on topical or Jewish issues,
rabbis' lectures, classes on Judaism and
the arts, trips. Institute for Retired
Professionals discussion groups, Annual
Jewish Book Fair, Seminars for Adult
Jewish Enrichment (SAJE), Lenore
Varwil Jewish Film Festival.
JCC of Washtenaw County
Contact: Leslie Bash
Phone: (734) 971-0990
Fax: (734) 677-0109
Email: jcc@jccfed.org
Web Site: www.jccannarbor.org
Lecture series on Jewish issues, Bible stud-
ies, art exhibit programs, financial series,
trips and the Annual Jewish Book Fair.
Kolel Moshe - Lifelong Jewish Learning
Congregation B'nai Moshe
6800 Drake Road
West Bloomfield, VI 48322
Contact: Nancy Kaplan, Coordinator
Phone: home phone (248) 737-1931
shul office (248) 788-0600
Web Site: kolelmoshe@comcast.net
5764 offerings include: pre-High Holiday
study sessions, fall semester course
"The Holocaust: Roots and Branches,"
adult Hebrew classes, Torah study group
on Shabbat mornings, "Stay & Learn on
Shabbat," weekly Lunch & Learns,
Family Learning workshops, mini-cours-
es on Midrash, Yiddish Culture and other
topics, and more. Open to the communi-
ty, all welcome.

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