|April 20, 2017
||24 Nisan 5777
THIS SHABBAT IS A SHUTTLE SHABBAT. PLEASE USE THE SHUTTLE FROM PRINCE OF PEACE ON SHABBAT MORNING.
Rabbi Mitch Parker will officiate at Shabbat Morning Services.
10 a.m. Youth Room is open and staffed.
Kiddush will be in the lower level following the conclusion of services.
To help support Kiddush Lunch, please consider becoming part of a Kiddush Lunch Bunch Group or making a one-time donation to the Kiddush Lunch Fund. Please contact the synagogue office for details.
SATURDAY NIGHT LEARNING RETURNS THIS SATURDAY EVENING, 7:30 P.M., AT THE HOME OF MINDY AND FRED
SHUCK. PLEASE RSVP TO MINDY email@example.com
A BLACK, QUILTED, WINTER COAT was accidentally taken home from synagogue on Saturday, April 8th. Please check to make sure that you have the correct coat. If you find this one in your home, please return it to the TKA office asap.
BI/TKA COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES
ATTENTION BI PARENTS OF HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS:
Shabbat Morning, May 13th
We will be honoring our graduating high school seniors during the course of morning services. Please
to submit your student's post-high school plans.
if your student will be in shul on May 13th.
SOCIAL JUSTICE BOOK CLUB IN FORMATION
Organizational Meeting Sunday, April 30th, 10:30 a.m.
TKA/BI Social Hall
Book club sessions will be under the professional leadership and scholarship of Dr. Tara Hayes.
This Book Club is being organized by Nena and Mel Chudnof from TKA. Contact Nena and Mel with any questions: 248-363-6289/
ATTENTION PARENTS OF HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS:
JEWISH NEWS CAP AND GOWN ISSUE INFORMATION:
The Jewish News will honor all Jewish students who are graduating this spring from Michigan high schools in our new Cap & Gown Yearbook 2017. The Yearbook will be published in our May 25 issue. For free, we will include a photo and up to 40 words listing the student's name, school and accomplishments. We also encourage families to honor their students or out-of-state graduates with a congratulatory ad.
Please go to: to
and click on "Submit Cap and Gown Free Ad."
All free listings need to be submitted by May 8.
INTRODUCING . . . DATE NIGHT for parents of School-Age Children
Saturday Evenings, 8 p.m.
April 29 May 20
Mitch Parker will be leading learning sessions devoted to the History of Jerusalem. The last session will take place on the weekend before Yom Yerushalayim which this year will mark the 50th anniversary of the reunification of Jerusalem. Sessions will be hosted in member homes.
directly David Saperstein:
e-mail David Saperstein
if you are interesting in attending or hosting.
Talmud class with Mitch Parker
Wednesdays, 7:30-8:30 p.m., at the synagogue
We are currently studying Brachot, the first section of the Talmud. Interested? Contact Mitch:
WHAT'S THE SLANT?: ADDRESSING CURRENT ISSUES IN THE NEWS
WEDNESDAY EVENINGS, 4/26, 5/3 AND 5/10
7:30 P.M., ROOM 2, TKA/BI
Presented by David A. victor, Ph.D., Professor of Management and International Business, Eastern Michigan University.
This series of seminars describes current news events, providing some historical background to trends following multiple perspectives (from different national and political vantage points) on the same stories. Each seminar then allows for an open discussion of the subject in a neutral, moderated setting.
20 Cheryl Berlin
21 Rachel Kapen,
24 Elianna Orel
26 Evan Chudnow,
27 Adam Weingarden
30 Charles Seigerman,
If your birthday or anniversary information is not listed, please
email the synagogue
so we can update our records.
May Their Memories Be For a Blessing
4/21/2017 (25 Nisan) Max Fischel
4/22/2017 (26 Nisan) Ida (Huddle) Band, Lottie Kwiatek
4/24/2017 (28 Nisan) Sara Garber, Morris Soloway
4/28/2017 (2 Iyar) Avraham Gershon Wygoda, Devorah Leah Wygoda
4/29/2017 (3 Iyar) Anne Altshuler, Marty Apple
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