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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-09-06

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NON-PROFIT

ORGANIZATIONS

Phone: (248) 559-5005
Fax: (248) 559-5202
Email: cordetroit@hotmail.com
Jewish Theological Seminary-Great
Lakes Region
6735 Telegraph Road, Suite 310
Bloomfield Twp., VI 48301
Contact: Torn Wexelberg-Clouser,
director; Rabbi Lauren Eichler
Berkun, rabbinic fellow
Phone: (248) 258-0055
Fax: (248) 258-0058
Email: toclouser@jtsa.edu
Web Site: www.jtsa.edu
Provides individual and group study
through the rabbinic fellow program.
Metropolitan Detroit B'nai B'rith Bowling
Association
Contact: Howard L. Waxer
(248) 538-1680; Larry Schlussel
(313) 640-4780; Seymour (Sy) Zate
(248) 661-3797
Email: rmb0718@hotmail.com
Jewish bowlers bowling in any league
can affiliate as an individual. We have
awards for outstanding achievements,
local and international tournaments. We
are affiliated with the International B'nai
B'rith Bowling Association.
Metropolitan Detroit Federation of
Reform Synagogues
23240 Chagrin Blvd., Suite 101
Beachwood, OH 44122
Contact: Rabbi Steven Vills
Phone: (216) 831-6722;
(888) 282-6352 (UAHC)
Fax: (216) 831-2737
Email: nelc@uahc.org
Web Site: www.uahc.org/nelc
An alliance of Reform congregations,
affiliated with the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, which promotes
programs that advance Reform Judaism
and foster intercongregational harmony.
Members work to strengthen member
congregations.
Michigan Board of Rabbis
Jewish Federation of Metropolitan
Detroit
Contact: Dave Henig
Phone: (248) 642-4260
Fax: (248) 645-7867
Email: henig@jfmd.org
Moral and spiritual voice of the Jewish
community. Provides forum for rabbis to
confer about community issues.
Facilitates cooperative programs among
congregations and agencies, including
Israel experiences and adult program-
ming.
Michigan Branch of Women's League for
Conservative Judaism
7187 Stonebrook Road
West Bloomfield, MI 48322
Contact: Judie Blumeno
Phone: (248) 855-9175
Fax: (248) 626-6950
Email: jblumeno@aol.com
Made up of women's organizations of

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Conservative synagogues. Mission is to
strengthen affiliated sisterhoods and
support Conservative Judaism in the
home, synagogue, community and
Israel.
Michigan Coalition of Secular and
Humanistic Jews
4078 Foxpointe Drive
West Bloomfield, MI 48323
Contact: Susan Chalom
Phone: (248) 738-1877
Fax: (248) 738-6921
Coalition constituent groups are
Birmingham Temple, Jewish Cultural
Society of Ann Arbor, Jewish Parents
Institute, Sholem Aleichem Institute and
the Workmen's Circle-Arbeter Ring. New
members welcome.
Michigan Jewish Aids Coalition - MJAC
Phone: (248) 594-6522
Coordinates education, outreach and vol-
unteer programs and activities related to
HIV/AIDS prevention for adults and
youth. Facilitates ECHO project
(Educating Our Community About
Homosexuality Through Outreach)
National Federation of Temple
Sisterhoods
Northeast Lakes Council UAHC Office
23240 Chagrin Blvd., Suite 101
Beachwood, OH 44122
Contact: Rabbi Steven Mills
Phone: (216) 831-6722,
(888) 282-6352 (UAHC)
Fax: (216) 831-2737
Email: nelc@uahc.org
Web Site: www.uahc.org/nelc
Aids and fosters Reform Judaism and
provides service mechanism for Reform
temples. Raises funds for rabbinic schol-
arships, youth programs and sister-
hoods.
Northeast Lakes Council Detroit
Federation UAHC Office
23240 Chagrin Blvd., Suite 101
Beachwood, OH 44122
Contact: Rabbi Steven Vills
Phone: (216) 831-6722
(888) 282-6352 (UAHC)
Fax: (216) 831-2737
Email: nelc@uahc.org
Web Site: www.uahc.org/nelc
N'shei Chabad
25145A Biarritz Circle
Oak Park, MI 48237
Contact: Viriam Amzalak
Phone: (248) 967-5056 (248) 545-0966
Email: mamzalak@juno.com
Provides adult educational programming,
free shabbat candlesticks and candle-
lighting calendars, shabbat candle pro-
gram for Hebrew school students (upon
request); assistance with kashering
kitchens, and rental of animated Shabbat
candle display.
Pomegranate Guild of Southeastern
Michigan
1037 Winchester Avenue
Lincoln Park, MI 48146

Contact: Marilyn Feingold,
(248) 231-9669; Miriam Freeling
(313) 381-7689
Email: Varifgold@earthlink.net or
Freeling@concentric.net
A national organization focusing on
Judaic needlework. Local chapters meet
monthly, have classes, do projects, edu-
cate the public and share their love of
needlecraft.
Society for Humanistic Judaism
28611 W. 12 Mile Road
Farmington Hills, VI 48334
Contact: Bonnie Cousens
Phone: (248) 478-7610
Fax: (248) 478-3159
Email: info@shj.org
Web Site: www.shj.org
Mobilizes individuals to celebrate Jewish
identity and culture consistent with a
Humanistic philosophy of life. Organizes
Humanistic congregations, publishes
new literature, develops educational
materials, and sponsors seminars and
conferences.
United Synagogue of Conservative
Judaism-Great Lakes and Rivers Region
3645 Warrensville Center Road,
Suite 220
Shaker Heights, OH 44122
Contact: Dr. Richard Lederman, director
Phone: (216) 751-0606
Fax: (216) 751-0607
Email: lederman@uscj.org
Web Site: www.uscj.org/glr
Serves affiliated congregations and
strengthens the Conservative movement
through programs and projects that pro-
mote Jewish observance and commit-
ment, Jewish education, leadership
development and an awareness of the
centrality of Israel.
Women of Reform Judaism District 10
476 Greenglade Ave.
Worthington, OH 43085
Contact: Barbara Seeder
Phone: (614) 436-1176
Fax: (614) 431-8967
Email: BTSeed@aol.com
Includes affiliated Reform sisterhoods in
Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio,
Pennsylvania, Tennessee and West
Virginia. District leaders provide support
for local sisterhoods in program plan-
ning, membership development,
fundraising and leadership development.
Young Israel Council of Metropolitan
Detroit
15140 W. 10 Mile Road
Oak Park, Ml 48237
Contact: Fayga Dombey, president
Phone: (248) 967-3655; (248) 355-2266
Fax: (248) 967-4272
The umbrella organization of the Young
Israel congregations in Oak Park and
Southfield. Coordinates activities of
these member congregations, such as
annual dinners, and special programs.

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