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DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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Adat Shalom SYNergy
Renowned Brandeis Professor
Shabbat Features Author,
Is Scholar-In-Residence For
Radio Host Dennis Prager
Beth Ahm's Shabbat-Selichot
Adat Shalom Synagogue in Farmington
Reuven Kimelman, renowned profes-
Hills will launch its 2011-2012 SYNergy
sor of classical Jewish literature at
Shabbat series on Friday-Saturday, Sept.
Brandeis University, will be serving as
the scholar-in-residence at Congregation 23-24, with guest speaker Dennis Prager.
Prager is one of
Beth Ahm in West Bloomfield Friday-
America's
most widely
Saturday, Sept. 23-24.
respected
radio
talk
On Friday, services
show
hosts,
columnists,
begin at 6 p.m. fol-
authors, speakers —
lowed by dinner at 7.
and Jewish theologians,
The cost for dinner is
who
regularly speaks
$20 per adult, $8 per
to
both
Christian and
child, ages 6-12, or $48
.1
Jews.
His
daily radio
per household. RSVP
Dennis Prager
show
is
heard
on more
to (248) 851-6880 by
than
100
stations
and
Sept. 21.
Reuven
on
the
Internet.
He
will
address
the
con-
After dinner,
Kimelman
gregation on both Friday and Saturday
Kimelman will
evenings. The community is welcome.
address, "The Erotic
Friday evening programming will
and the Mystical: The Kabbalah of
begin
at 6 p.m. with a Shabbat Rocks
Lechah Dodi."
service.
Marty Liebman and Dan Shere
Professor Kimelman's teaching con-
will
co-lead
the instrumental service
tinues on Saturday at 9 a.m. when he
with
Rabbi
Aaron
Bergman and Hazzan
discusses "The Saying of Blessings and
Dan
Gross.
At
the
same time there will
the Jewish Philosophy of Pleasure."
be
a
"Shabbat
Shaboom"
program led by
Following Shabbat morning services,
Rabbi
Rachel
Shere
for
preschool
chil-
he will lead a free lunch-and-learn
dren
and
their
parents.
discussion on "What is the Difference
The casual Shabbat buffet will begin
Between Jews and Christians Saying God
at
7:15 p.m. Prager will speak on
Loves You?"
"Happiness is a Serious Problem —
To complete the weekend's teach-
Judaism as a Means to a Happy Life."
ing, Kimelman will offer insight into
Childcare will start at 7:15 p.m. and
Jewish holiday liturgy as he addresses
"Who Shall Live and Who Shall Die: The extend until the end of the adult pro-
gram. At 8:15 p.m. children will enjoy a
Meaning of Unetaneh Tokef" at Selichot
presentation by Little Creatures.
on Saturday night. His presentation is at
Traditional services will begin at
9 p.m., followed by a dessert reception
9
a.m.
on Shabbat morning. At 9:30 a.m.
and services.
Bibliyoga founder Marcus J Freed will
Beth Ahm's scholar-in-residence
present a workshop titled "The Yoga of
weekend is sponsored by the Menasche
Rosh Hashanah: A Yogic Experience for
and Sara Haar Fund and Dr. Joel and
the Body & Soul." Following services
Cheryl Kimelman.
there will be an enhanced kiddush.
The SYNergy Shabbat weekend will
Attend Red Thread's
conclude with a Selichot program and
'Yoga In The Greenhouse'
service on Saturday evening. Prager will
Make plans to join IN's sister publica-
speak at 10 p.m. on "Why I Am a Jew."
tion Red Thread Magazine at 10:30
Traditional services will follow at 11 p.m.
a.m. Sunday, Sept. 18, for Yoga in the
with Hazzan Daniel Gross, Lauren Skuce
Greenhouse at the beautiful Planterra
Gross and Martin Liebman, Adat Shalom
Conservatory, 7335 Drake Road in
resident in sacred music.
West Bloomfield.
Chairing this year's SYNergy
Instructors will be offering three dif-
programming is Karen Kahn of West
ferent sessions for yoga enthusiasts. Cost
Bloomfield. The community is welcome
is $18 per person and a portion of the
to all of the services and programs at no
proceedings will be donated to Yad Ezra,
charge, with the exception of the Shabbat
the region's only kosher food bank.
dinner for which there is a charge. Dinner
Bring a non-perishable food item to
reservations are required. Call (248)
donate and be entered to win fabulous,
851-5100 for information or email info@
health-focused prizes. Register online
adatshalom.org.
at yogainthegreenhouse.com .

Summer In The City
Dedicates New Home
Help make the new Summer in the City
house in Detroit a home — and a warm
one at that. An open house will be held
from 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 17,
at 1655 Clark at Vernon No need to RSVP.
To help stock the house, find the
Summer in the City wish list at
summerinthecity.com.

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