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October 31, 2003 - Image 52

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-10-31

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COURTYARD
BY MARRIOTT

FARMINGTON HILLS
MICHIGAN

Beth Shalom: Yoga
And Spirituality

The Courtyard by Marriott
Farmington Hills, Michigan
would like to be your hotel of choice for
all your special occasions.

Congregation Beth Shalom's Z'havah
group, women of sisterhood 25-45
years old, will kick off their fall pro-
gramming with a "Goddess
Workshop" on Sunday, Nov. 2, at
Beth Shalom.
Lisa Paskel will conduct the 9 a.m.-
noon program;
• The program will incorporate yoga
and spiritually "to empower women
to reclaim their divine feminine

essence.
Paskel has been practicing yoga for
13 years. She specializes in facilitating
workshops that encourage women "to
awaken to the beauty of their own
souls and spirits."

Participants should dre'ss comfort-
ably and bring a mat if available. The
cost is $18 for sisterhood members
and $22 for guests.
For reservations, call Shari
Zemmol, (248) 546-8872, or Beverly
Price, (248) 542-5273.

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Adat Shalom Synagogue will hold a
healing service 7:30 p.m. Tuesday,
Nov. 11, at the synagogue.
The service is designed for those
seeking a greater sense of spirituality
or have concerns related to grief,
physical or emotional illness or
change.
The service will be led by Rabbi
Herbert A. Yoskowitz and Cantor
Howard Glantz and is sponsored by
Adat Shalom's Caring Community.
Future healing services are Dec. 9,
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David Studied As
`Beloved Scoundrel'

"King David: the Beloved Scoundrel"
will be the topic of two programs
next month.
Rabbi Herbert Yoskowitz of Adat
Shalom Synagogue will explore the
contradictions in the famous biblical
personality. The lectures are set for 8
p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 4, and
Wednesday, Nov. 19.
Reservations are not necessary and
there is no charge.

Both lectures will include text and
commentary. Robert Alter's The
David Story will be used. For paper-
back copies, at $13, call Charlotte
Fiszbein, (248) 851-5100.

Feng Shui And
The Jewish Way

Congregation B'nai Moshe
Sisterhood will present "Feng Shui
and the Jewish Way" 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Nov. 4, at the synagogue.
The Chinese art of balancing the
energy will be used to create a Jewish
atmosphere in the home.
Guest lecturer will be Barbara
Eisenberg, a clinical social worker
with a practice in Birmingham. She
has been a landscape designer and art
teacher and a docent with the Detroit
Institute of Arts. She recently trained
in China with a Feng Shui master.
Jacqueline Goldstein will be the
second presenter. She has a nursing
degree with a minor in fine arts and
teaches at the Birmingham
Bloomfield Art Center.
For reservations, contact Sharlene
Ungar at
cbminfo@bnaimoshe.org

Temple Classes
Cover Holidays

Two adult education programs at
Temple Beth El will offer customs,
traditions and foods that are part of
Jewish life cycle events and holidays.
"Holidays and Life Cycle Events
You Should Know," taught by Rabbi
Daniel B. Syme, will be held at the
temple at 7:30 p.m. Wednesdays,
starting Nov. 12.
On Nov. 19, the topic will be
"Shabbat and the Mezuzah."
"Chanukah and the December
Dilemma" will be Nov. 26. Purim
will be the topic Dec. 17 and
Passover will be discussed Jan. 7.
There is no charge.
"Holiday Cooking" with Betty
Schare will teach traditional holiday
dishes. The class will meet three
Wednesday evenings at 8:30 p.m.:
Nov. 26 to discuss Chanukah; Purim,
Dec. 17; Passover, Jan. 7. There is a
charge.
For information, call the Beth El
religious school, (248) 865-0612.

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