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January 06, 2011 - Image 18

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2011-01-06

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Enjoy the
warmth of the
season at

DYA

WALTON WOOD

ASSISTED LIVING
from $2,995/month at

INDEPENDENT LIVING
1 & 2 BR apartments $400 off/ month' at

WALTONWOOD AT ROYAL OAK

WALTONWOOD AT TWELVE OAKS

Providing peace-of-mind to residents and
their families knowing caregivers are on-site 24-hours a day

Offering services and amenities
that encourage resident independence.

(248) 809-5200

(248) 579-4391

3450 West Thirteen Mile Rd., Royal Oak
Across the street from Beaumont Hospital

2 7475 Huron Circle, Novi
Across from 12 Oaks mall. *See comnuinity for details

www.SINGHSeniorLiving.com

STN(i}T

1622710

Adat Shalom Is very pleased to present

REB MIMI FEIGELSON

A

MERICAN BORN MIMI FEIGELSON made
aliyah to Israel with her family when she was
eight years old. She lived there until 2001, when she
accepted the appointment of Mashpiah Ruchanit
(spiritual mentor) and Lecturer of Rabbinic Studies
at the Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies at the Amer-
ican Jewish University in Los Angeles. The goal of her
work at the AJU with the next generation of Conser-
vative rabbis, she says, is "academic excellence en-
gaging in spiritual and religious development."
Reb Mimi, however, is one of those rare individuals about whom peo-
ple say is "beyond the descriptions one can put onto paper." She is a
renowned storyteller. She brings the melodies and style of Reb Shlomo Car-
lebach to audiences of all ages and backgrounds. Those in her presence
marvel at how she is able to help them make personal spiritual connec-
tions.
Reb Mimi has dedicated her life to studying and teaching Torah. She
has worked on behalf of Jewish pluralism among college students and
young Jewish leadership in Israel. She has taught at the Ma'aleh Film
School, and has had numerous articles in Ha 'aretz Literary Magazine.
Since her arrival at the AJU, Reb Mimi has been a frequent guest lec-
turer at schools and synagogues throughout Southern California and is a
much sought-after Scholar-in-Residence throughout the country. She has
also taught in Canada, England and the Former Soviet Union and has en-
gaged in interfaith dialogues for many years in India. A lifelong student of
Torah, she combines in her work both the intellectual exchange of ideas
and the harmonious elements of mind, heart, body and soul, through rig-
orous text analysis, music and contemplation.

FRIDAY EVENING SHABBAT EXPERIENCE

*

5:00 p.m. - Kabbala

Shabbat
including a niggun and a brief teaching session by Reb Mimi
* 5:45 p.m. - Shabbat Shaboom
* 6:25 p.m. - Casual Shabbat Buffet
* 7:00 p.m. - Child care until conclusion of speaker
* 7:45 p.m. - Witt to Safari
* 7:45 p.m. - Reb Mimi Feigelson:

A CONTEXTUAL LIFE: FROM JERUSALEM TO BEVERLY HILLS

SHABBAT MORNING

*

9:00 a.m. - Traditional Service
* 9:30 a.m. - Shabbat Religious School
* SYNergy Study Sessions:
* 10:00 a.m. - with Rabbi Aaron Bergman

The Greatest of Mystical Love Songs: Lecha Dodi
* 11:00 a.m. with Rabbi Rachel Shere
in God's image: Jewish Decisions About the Body

-

* 10:15 a.m. - Drop-off Youth Services
* Enhanced Kiddush following Services
* Post Kiddush Discussion - Reb Mimi will speak on:

THE FOUNDATIONS Of HOLY COMMUNITY

SHABBAT EVENING

*

4:00 p.m. - Seudah Shelishit Discussion
with Reb Mimi - CONVERSATIONS AT THE DOORSTEP: ESCORTING THE QUEEN
followed by Minchah-Maariv and Havdalah

*
*

5:15 p.m. - "Saturday Night Lights°
6:00 p.m. - "Havdalah Extravaganza" with Reb Mimi,
followed by music & stories (bring your own instruments)

SYNetor

CHAIRPERSON

KAREN KAHN

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January 6 2011

"...a vibrant and beautiful woman clothed in colorful Indian prints, silver bracelets
all the way up both arms and purple nail polish, she was hardly what I had expected'
- Rabbi Rachel Shere

For dinner reservations, please call 248-851-5100
or download an invitation from www.adatshalom.org .

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