"I was lonely at home; there would be
days I wouldn't get dressed until late in
the afternoon. Then one day I realized
that I needed a change. That's why I
moved to The Park at Rowbridge...
and I got my life back! Many of my
friends lived here and I didn't even
know it, plus I've made so many
new friendships too. You'll never be
lonely because there are so many
things to do—musical entertainment,
art classes, trips—there's something for
everyone. I've never had it so good."
Selichot Goes Zen
The Conservative synagogues of
Metro Detroit will host the second
annual joint Selichot program and
service, which will take place this year
at Congregation B'nai Moshe Saturday
night, Sept. 24, featuring Rabbi Alan
Lew of Berkeley, Calif., as guest schol-
ar. The community is invited. There is
Rabbi Lew's most recent book, This
is Real... And You Are Completely
Unprepared: The Days of Awe as a
Journey of Transformation, will be avail-
able for purchase on the night of the
program. He spent 10 years as a seri-
ous student of Zen Buddhism and his
current work in exploring the use of
meditation in enhancing Jewish spiri-
The evening will begin with a 9
p.m. Havdalah service in led by Rabbi
Steven Rubenstein, Ronn Nadis and
Paul Darmon of Congregation Beth
Ahm. A dessert reception will follow.
At 9:30 p.m., Rabbi Lew will deliv-
er a talk titled, "Selichot — The
Prayer of the Broken Heart." At 10
p.m. the Selichot service will begin,
led by Cantor Earl G. Berris and the
High Holiday choir, joined on the
bimah by Cantors Meir Finkelstein,
Samuel Greenbaum, Yevsey Gutman,
Chaim Najman and Larry Vieder.
For information about the
Conservative Community Selichot
program and service, call Sharlene
Ungar, (248) 788-0600 or e-mail
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Holidays At Chai Center
The Birmingham-Bloomfield Chai
Center will offer High Holiday servic-
es free of charge. Membership is not
The Chai Center, started in the
Birmingham-Bloomfield area, holds
Sabbath and holiday services at the
Birmingham Masonic Temple, 37357
Woodward in Bloomfield Township.
Rosh Hashanah services at the cen-
ter this year will be Oct. 4 and 5 at 9
a.m. Yom Kippur services will be Oct.
12 at 6:30 p.m. and Oct. 13 at 10
a.m. The rabbi is Boruch Cohen.
For information, call (248) 203-
6721 or email
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