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September 10, 2004 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-09-10

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May the coming year be filled
with health and happiness for
all our family & friends.

Club.
Marsha Goldsmith Kamin,
T'Chiyah member and exec-
utive director of Jewish
Apartments and Services,
whose offices are in the
Mondry Building, "was
responsible for ensuring that
T'Chiyah would have space
in the building," Schindler
said.
In addition to weekly
Shabbat services and obser-
vance of Jewish holidays, the
congregation uses their new
rented space for all other syn-
agogue-based programming.
"The building belongs to
Jewish Apartments and
Services, so it is an office
building by day," Schindler
said. "T'chiyah uses it for
meetings, including for the
board of trustees and
Religious Services
Committee."
Neil Alexander of Ann Arbor, leader of Klezmer
Member Carol Dmitruk
Fusion, teaches an Israeli dance.
arranged for the building of
the synaogue's new ark, dedi-
cated to the memory of
"Nothing rained on our parade.
Sharon Leah Ram.
Schindler calls the sanctuary dedica-
While the sky looked threatening, a
tion "a memorable afternoon. "It was
large group of T'chiyah members and
guests congregated at the end of the
a proud day for Congregation
driveway to march our Torah, held
T'chiyah, one that we will not forget
under a chuppah, to spirited music,
and one that we take with us in spirit
into our new sanctuary. The Torah
as we begin another Jewish New
was placed into our new ark, which is
Year," Schindler said.
a symbol both of tradition and conti-
"It is appropriate that our dedica-
nuity and of a new beginning."
tion ceremony takes place before Rosh
During its two-and-a-half decade
Hashanah at the time of renewal and
beginning again," said program chair-
existence, T'Chiyah, a Reconstruc-
tionist synagogue, has shared space at
person Harold Gurewitz of Detroit.
"T'chiyah means renewal, and our
the annex of St. Mary's Church in
Greektown, at the Wayne County
congregation is renewing itself as it
Medical Society in Detroit and most
returns to the mainstream Jewish
recently at the Royal Oak Woman's
community." ❑

L'SHANAH TOVAH!

The Schwartz Family
Michael, Sara, Carl and Justin

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