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spirituality

TEMPLE AND SYNAGOGUE LISTINGS SPONSORED BY

TEMPLE ISRAEL

www.temple-israel.org

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Making a difference

Cent* "rad Making a difference.

CONSERVATIVE

Adat Shalom Synagogue
(248) 851-5100.

Temple IsraeliMAGinE Young Adults and Temple Israel
Libraries & Media Center invite you to joins us for our next

Mother & Daughter Book Club

Thursday, January 17, 2013 at 7 P V

Beth Israel (Flint)
(810) 732-6310.

Congregation Beth Shalom
(248) 547-7970.

The Outside World by Tova Mirvis

Beth Tephilath Moses
(Mt. Clemens)
(586) 468-2573.

Tzippy Goldman was born for marriage. She and her mother had always
assumed she'd graduate high school, be set up with the right boy, and
have a beautiful wedding with white lace and pareve vanilla cream
frosting. But at twenty-two, Tzippy's fast approaching spinsterhood. Sh
dreams of escape; instead, she leaves for a year in Jerusalem. There
she meets-re-meets-Baruch, the son of her mother's college roommate

Congregation B'nai Moshe
(248) 788-0600.

When Tzippy last saw him, his name was Bryan and he wore a
Yankees-logo yarmulke. Now he has adopted the black hat of the
TOVA MIRv, s
ultra-orthodox, the tradition in which Tzippy was raised.
Twelve weeks later, they're engaged...and discovering that desire
and tradition, devotion and individuality aren't the easiest to balance. Hilarious,
compassionate, and tremendously insightful, The Outside World illuminates an
insular community, marvelously depicting that complicated blend of faith, love,
and family otherwise known as life in a modern world.

he discussion will be facilitated by Rabbi Jennifer Kaluzny. Participants are
encouraged to read the selected book prior to the meeting. Copies of the
books are available from the Weinberg Family Library and from local public
libraries and booksellers.

Or Tzafon (Suttons Bay)
(231) 357-7152.

ORTHODOX

Beth Tefilo Emanuel Tikvah
(248) 559-5022.

Birmingham-Bloomfield Chai
Center
(248) 203-6721.

6:45 PM (sharp) • registration begins at 6 PM*

The Temple Israel Sisterhood Mah Jongg
tournament (competitive and non-competitive]
is coming soon to a Temple near you!

Come alone, bring a friend or bring your whole
Mahj group to enjoy the evening together! Door
prizes and munchies will be provided. Raffle
tickets will be sold that evening for $5 each or
3 for $10. Please bring your own Mahj set. The
cost is $25 in advance; $30 at the door, if there
is availability. Limited to the first 200 people.

To register: please send your check payable to Temple Israel Sisterhood to
Julie Phillips, 40700 Kingsley Lane, Novi, MI 48377. Be sure to indicate if
you wish to play competitive or non-competitive Mah Jongg. If you are with
a group, please list their names and indicate who will
be EAST.

Questions? Contact Julie Phillips at 248-960-1624.

Sisterhood

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For more information or to RSVP
for the above events, call 248-661-5700

5725 Walnut Lake Road • West Bloomfield, MI
www.temple-israel.org

1799910

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INDEPENDENT

Grosse Pointe Jewish Council
(313) 882-6700.

Bais Chabad of North Oak Park
(248) 872-8878.

Thursday, January 24, 2013

December 20 • 2012

Temple B'nai Shalom
(Benton Harbor)
(269) 925-8021.

Bais Chabad of Farmington Hills
(248) 855-2910.

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Congregation Shaarey Zedek
(248) 357-5544.

Agudas Yisroel Mogen Abraham
(248) 552-1971.

Sisterhood Annual

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Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue
(313) 962-4047.

Kehillat Hatzhav Hagadol
(Mackinac Island)
(906) 847-0963.

Cost per person is $15 and includes dinner, wine and dessert. Reservations are
requested by Thursday January 10. For more information or to register, please contact
Joan Brand at 248-661-5700 or rbrand@temple-israel.org .

Event Co-Chairs: Julie Phillips, Shellie Achtman

B'nai Israel Synagogue
(248) 432-2729.

Congregation Beth Ahm
(248) 851-6880.

Young adult women (ages 21-40) and their mothers (aunts, grandmothers,
sisters, and friends are welcome too!) will enjoy an evening of delicious
food, great wine and inspiring discussion over the book ..

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, pr.

Ahavas Israel (Grand Rapids)
(616) 949-2840.

B'nai Israel-Beth Yehudah
(248) 967-3969.

B'nai Zion
(248) 968-2414.

Chabad House-Lubavitch of
Eastern Michigan (Flint)
(810) 230-0770.

Chabad Jewish Center of
Commerce-Walled Lake
(248) 363-3644.

Chabad Jewish Center of Novi-
Northville
(248) 790-6075.

Or Chadash of Oak Park/
Huntington Woods
(248) 543-0372.

Sara & Morris Tugman Bais
Chabad Torah Center of West
Bloomfield
(248) 855-6170.

Shaar Hashomayim (Windsor)
(519) 256-3123.

Shaarey Shomayim
(248) 542-4444.

Shaarey Zedek (Windsor)
(519) 252-1594.

Shomer Israel
(248) 548-9176.

REFORM/RENEWAL

Congregation Shir Tikvah
(248) 649-4418.

SECULAR HUMANISTIC

The Birmingham Temple
(248) 477-1410.

Jewish Parents Institute
(248) 661-1000.

Sholem Aleichem Institute
(248) 423-4406.

Workmen's Circle/Arbeter Ring
(248) 432-5677.

SEPHARDIC

Shomrey Emunah
(248) 559-1533.

Keter Torah Synagogue
(248) 681-3665.

The Shul-Chabad Lubavitch
(248) 788-4000.

TRADITIONAL

Young Israel of Oak Park
(248) 967-3655.

B'nai David
(248) 855-5007.

Young Israel of Southfield
(248) 358-0154.

Woodward Avenue Shul
(248) 414-SHUL (7485).

RECONSTRUCTIONIST

MINYANS

Congregation Kehillat Israel
(Lansing)
(517) 882-0049.

Fleischman Residence
(248) 661-2999.

Congregation T'chiyah
(248) 542-0900.

Reconstructionist Congregation
of Detroit
(313) 417-1944.

REFORM

Anshe Knesset Israel (Iron Mtn.)

(906) 779-2902.

Bet Chaverim (Canton)
(734) 480-8880.

Temple Benjamin (Mt. Pleasant)
(989) 779-0945.

Congregation Beth El
(Traverse City)
(231) 946-1913.

Congregation Beth El (Windsor)
(519) 969-2422.

Temple Beth El
(248) 851-1100.

Temple Beth El (Flint)
(810) 720-9494.

Temple Beth El (Midland)
(989) 496-3720.

Beth Isaac Synagogue (Trenton)
(734) 675-0355.

Temple Beth Israel (Bay City)
(989) 893-7811.

Temple Beth Israel (Jackson)
(517) 784-3862.

Yeshivat Akiva
(248) 386-1625.

ANN ARBOR

CONSERVATIV E

Beth Israel Congregation

(734) 665 - 9897.

Dor Chadash

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U. of Mich.

(734) 769-0500.

INDEPENDENT

Shalva Minyan - U of M

www.umhillel.org .

INTERFAITH FAMILIES

Zinn House

zinnhouse.com .

ORTHODOX

Ann Arbor Chabad House

(734) 995 - 3276.

Ann Arbor Orthodox Minyan

annarborminyan.org .

RECONSTRUCTIONIST

Ann Arbor
Reconstructionist Havurah

(734) 445-1910.

Temple B'nai Israel (Petosky)
(231) 547-0817.

REFORM

Dovid Ben Nuchim-Aish Kodesh
(248) 569-0192.

Temple Emanuel (Grand Rapids)
(616) 459-5976.

Temple Beth Emeth

First Hebrew Congregation
(South Haven)
(269) 637-1603.

Temple Emanu-El
(248) 967-4020.

U - M Reform Chavurah

Kollel Institute
(248) 968-1891.

Mishkan Israel, Nusach H'ari,
Lubavitcher Center
(248) 545-0200.

Ohel Moed Shomrey Emunah
(248) 737-2756.

Temple Israel
(248) 661-5700.

Temple Kol Ami
(248) 661-0040.

Congregation Shaarey Zedek
(E. Lansing)
(517) 351-3570.

Temple Shir Shalom
(248) 737-8700.

(734) 665 - 4744.

(734) 769-0500.

RENEWAL

Pardes Hannah

(734) 644-7305.

SECULAR
HUMANISTIC

Jewish Cultural Socie

(734) 975-9872.

A more comprehensive list of synagogues is available online at www.thejewishnews.com
near the bottom of the home page.

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