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May 21, 2004 - Image 116

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-05-21

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CONGREGATION

SHAA_REY ZEDEK

HE PETER AND CLARA WEISBERG CONCERT

Cancer Support Team Meets

FEATURING

YEHUDA HANANI

ELIRAN AVNI

YEHONATAN BERICK
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WORLD RENOWNED CELLIST

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IN A PROGRAM OF CLASSICAL AND ISRAELI SELECTIONS

WEDNESDAY THE SECOND OF JUNE, TWO THOUSAND AND FOUR

SEVEN - THIRTY IN THE EVENING

CONGREGATION SHAAREY ZEDEK ' SOUTHFIELD, MICHIGAN

GENERAL ADMISSION: $10



PATRONS: $36

PATRON TICKETS INCLUDE RESERVED SEATING, AN AFTERGLOW WITH THE ARTISTS AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT IN THE PROGRAM

(PROGRAM LISTING DEADLINE: MAY 25, 2004)

FOR RESERVATIONS, CALL GAIL GOODSTEIN

248.357.5544

OR MAIL YOUR CHECK PAYABLE TO
CONGREGATION SHAAREY ZEDEK ' 27375 BELL ROAD SOUTHFIELD, MI 48034

844540

Adults Chant Torah

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The 11th Adult B'nai Mitzvah class of
Congregation Shaarey Zedek will
chant the Torah and Haftorah and par-
ticipate in services on the first day of
Shavuot, Wednesday, May 26, at 8:30
a.m. A kiddush will follow services.
The class members are Babak
Banooni, Beverly Bennett, Jeri Fishman,
Gail Goodstein, Cookie Lachover,
Bonnie Levin, Linda Minns, Debby
Rosen, Peter Seagle, Sandra Shipper,
Suzi Terebelo, Denise Victor Sandra
Wittenberg and Stephen Wittenberg.
The program is a continuing educa-
tion project of the Congregation
Shaarey Zedek Sisterhood and Men's
Club. The classes were taught under
the direction of Cantor Chaim
Najman and Rabbis Joseph Krakoff,
Jonathan Berkun, Aaron Bergman and
Leonardo Bitran.

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The Barbara Ann
Karmanos Cancer
Institute and
Temple Israel's
Jennifer Tisdale
Kroll are offering a
faith-based support
group open to all
Jewish cancer
patients, survivors
and family mem-
bers. Kroll, a rab-
Kroll
binic intern, will
be ordained a rabbi on June 2.
N'siah: A Journey, will meet 7-8:30
p.m. for eight Tuesdays at the temple
beginning June 8. There is no charge.
Participants will:
• Explore Jewish beliefs and prac-
tices that can help one feel more in
control;
• Explore personal spirit building;
• Identify aspects of Judaism —
such as prayer, ritual and the belief in
God — which provide comfort and hope;
• Reframe negative thoughts into
positive ones;
• Be supported by others living
through a similar experience.
The group is led by therapist Brenda
Beron and social worker Patricia
Milner Sachs, both cancer survivors.
Sessions will also address topics
such as uncertainty, helplessness, lack
of control, the doctor-patient relation-
ship, treatment-related concerns, self-
and body-image, the effect illness has
on family, reordering life and personal
goals, social relationships and "Why me?"
To register, call Pat Sachs at (800)
527-6266 by June 4.

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