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SHELLI LIEBMAN DORFMAN
Rabbi Kirschen is a graduate of
Staff Writer
Hebrew University in Jerusalem and
Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute
hen Rabbi Rich Kirschen
of Religion in New York City. "(He) is a
arrives in Michigan next
dedicated Zionist who is committed to
week to speak at Temple Kol
Ami, he will, in a way, be coming home. living in Israel and working to insure
that the state remains true to the Jewish
The rabbi is former associate director
and democratic values of justice and
of University of Michigan
human dignity for all," said Kol
Hillel, became executive direc-
Ami Rabbi Norman Roman.
tor of Brown University's Hillel
While in Detroit, Rabbi
in Providence, RI., then took
Kirschen will introduce RHR's
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newest program, "Sisters for
of programs for Shomrey
Peace," to bridge gaps between
Mishpat: Rabbis for Human
Jewish
and Arab women and to
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leadership skills for cul-
In a 7:30 p.m. Thursday,
ture change among the partici-
March 3, presentation at Kol
Ami, Rabbi Kirschen will speak Rabbi Kirschen pants and their communities.
RHR brings specific human
on behalf of RHR, whose creed
is to be "the rabbinic voice of conscience righ ts grievances to the attention of the
Israeli public and works toward making
in Israel."
positive
policy changes. Members are
Rabbi Kirschen is one of RHR's 90
involved
in ecumenical dialogue and
ordained rabbis from the Reform,
educational activities on behalf of
Orthodox, Conservative and
Ethiopian Jews, West Bank Palestinians,
Reconstructionist movements. The
Israeli Arabs and foreign workers. They
group, which also includes rabbinical
also deal with the status of women and
students, is unaffiliated with any politi-
the Israeli health care system.
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Chabad Explores Odyssey

Sara Tugman Bais Chabad Torah Center .
and the Hyman and Sonia Blumenstein
Outreach Institute
invites adults and
teenagers to hear
Tova Mordechai
speak on "You Can
Come Home Again:
One Woman's
Remarkable
Odyssey" at 7:30
p.m. Sunday, Feb.
Mordechai
27, at the Torah
Center, 5595 W.
Maple, West Bloomfield.
The daughter of an evangelist
Protestant minister and an Egyptian
Jewish mother, Tonica Marlow was an
ordained minister. Her influence as a
preacher, artist and composer of
Christian literature extended throughout
the Christian world. But she felt a deep,
unexplainable void inside.
Tonica. Marlow is now Tova
Mordechai. She resides in Safed, Israel,
with her husband and four children,
works at two local Jewish schools and

lectures worldwide. She has authored
the autobiography Playing with Fire.
For information, call. the Torah
Center at (248) 855-6170 or e-mail
bctc770@aol.com .

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p.m., Saturday, Feb. 26, at Young Israel
of Oak Park, 15140 W. 10 Mile.
A Chinese auction is similar to a raf-
fle, but guests choose which items to bid
on. Prizes include trips, jewelry, Judaica,
electronics, furniture and more.
"ShangChai — Gateway to Jewish
Continuity" is the event theme, honor-
ing ways that Torah Juda ism was main-
tained in Shanghai during World War II
as European Jews fled the Nazis.
Cost of $18 per person includes a
$10 auction ticket, hot oriental buffet
and dessert. Discount auction ticket
packages, grand prize tickets are also
available. For more information, call
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