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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-02-24

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Ann Arbor
Ann Arbor has been chosen one of
three Midwestern cities to host a
daylong Jewish Renewal festival
called the Aleph Caravan.
Sunday, March 6, will be devoted
to teaching, music, food, fellowship
and personal exploration. Workshops
will be centered around "Revealing
Judaism's Spiritual Depths."
Speakers
include Rabbi
Tirzah Firestone
of Congregation
Nevei Kodesh in
Boulder, Colo.;
Rabbi Elliot
Ginsburg, associ-
ate professor of
Jewish thought
and mysticism at Firestone
the University of
Michigan; Rabbi
Chava Bahle of
Congregation
Ahavat Shalom
and the Or
Tzafon Retreat
Center in
Traverse City and
Rabbi Arnie
Sleutelberg of
Bahie
Congregation
Shir Tikvah in
Troy.
Workshop topics include "The
Other Half of Holiness: Jewish
Women Mystics — Their Lives and
Lessons"; "Kavannah: The Power of
Sacred Intention through Jewish
Practices"; "Joyous Practices for Deep
Healing on the Four Worlds of

Body, Emotions, Mind and Spirit";
"Shivitti: Jewish Mindfulness
Practices"; and "Emotion of Liturgy."
The event is sponsored by Pardes
Hannah, the Jewish Renewal
Community of Ann Arbor, with
national assistance from Aleph, the
Alliance for Jewish Renewal. Local
sponsors include Beth Israel
Congregation, Temple Beth Emeth
and
Reconstructionist
Havurah, all in
Ann Arbor,
Jewish Federation
of Washtenaw
County, Jewish
Community
Center of
Washtenaw
County,
Ginsburg
Jewibilation of
Ann Arbor, Or
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Center and
Congregation
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The $50 regis-
tration fee
includes a vege-
tarian lunch.
The event,
Sleutelberg
which will be
held at the JCC
in Ann Arbor, begins with registra-
tion at 8:30 a.m. and concludes at 4
p.m. Register online at
www.pardeshannah.org or call (734)
213-8374 for more information.

— Ken Guten Cohen,
story development editor

Shabbat Across America

Four local synagogues will be partici-
pating in the National Jewish Outreach
Program's Shabbat Across America-
Canada program on March 4. The syn-
agogues will be linking up with approx-
imately 600 other North American
locations as well as military bases
around the world for a national celebra-
tion of the Sabbath.
Area synagogues include
Congregations B'nai Moshe and Beth
Ahm in West Bloomfield, Congregation
Beth Tephilath Moses in Mt. Clemens
and the University of Michigan Hillel in
Ann Arbor.
Shabbat Across America-Canada

allows Jews — many of whom have
never enjoyed any Sabbath experience —
to come together to get a real taste of one
of Jewish tradition's greatest treasures,"
said Rabbi Ephraim Z. Buchwald,
founder and director of NJOP.
"The Sabbath offers us the opportu-
nity to unplug from the distractions
and stresses of daily life to focus on our
spiritual well-being and to spend quali-
ty time with family and friends. In this
crazy, hectic world, I think we can all
benefit from putting some Sabbath into
our lives."
Contact individual synagogues for
specific programming.

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