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SHABBAT PARASHAT

SHELACH LECHA
JUNE 14, 2014 16 SIVAN, 5774
Shabbat Shalom!
We are glad you are with us today!
RABBIS
Joseph H. Krakoff
Aaron L. Starr
CANTORS
David Propis, D.M.
Leonard S. Gutman, Assistant Cantor
Chaim Najman, D.M., Emeritus
Mens Club Shabbat
Triennial: Numbers 13:1-14:7, page 840
Maftir: Numbers 15:37-41, page 854
Haftarah: Joshua 2:1-24, page 856
Congregational Torah Readers:
Stephen Korn
Steven Parzen
Mark Uzansky
Neil Satovsky
Larry Nemer
Murray Baruch
Congregational Haftorah Reader:
Stephen Korn
Keith Sirlin
TORAH & HAFTARAH READINGS
Minchah-Maariv - 9:00 p.m.
Sudah Shlishit between Minchah and Maariv
Shabbat ends - 10:04 p.m.
MENS CLUB SHABBAT

SHABBAT MORNING PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN
RUACH ACTIVITIES - Brides Room
10:00-10:45 a.m. - For children ages 2 to 7
10:45 a.m.-End of Services - For children ages 5-7
A lively Shabbat babysitting experience for children
whose parents wish to attend services.
ME & MY PRESCHOOLER - Rabbi Irwin Groner Hall
10:45-11:45 a.m. - For children ages 2 to 4
Joyful adult and child class with music, snacks,
Shabbat-oriented games and small group activities.
KEITH SIRLIN WILL DAVEN MUSAF
TODAY, FOLLOWING THE CONGREGATIONAL LUNCH
SHABBAT LEARNING WITH RABBI AARON STARR
THE MYSTERY AND THE POWER OF TZITZIT
SPONSORSHIP INFORMATION
There are two options for Bimah adornments. You may sponsor the Bimah
flowers for $72, and/or you may sponsor a beautiful Yad Ezra basket for a
donation of $118.
To sponsor Bimah flowers or a Yad Ezra basket, please contact Lori Silverstein at
248.229.0825 or RLDJS@aol.com.
To sponsor a Congregational Kiddush and/or Shabbat Lunch, please contact Sue
Oleinick at 248.762.0791 or sisterhoodshabbatlunch@gmail.com.
Bnai Mitzvah families should contact Sue Oleinick for all sponsorships at 248.762.0791
or sisterhoodshabbatlunch@gmail.com.
The Congregational Kiddush and Lunch are sponsored by
Mens Club in honor of Mens Club Shabbat
The Congregational Kiddush is sponsored by
Dr. and Mrs. Paul Schneider in honor of Pauls 80th Birthday
The Bimah Flowers are sponsored by
James A. Safran and family marking the yahrzeit
of his beloved mother Leah Safran
The Yad Ezra Basket is sponsored by
Susan and Ralph Katz in honor of their granddaughter
Hannah Joys first birthday
DAILY MINYAN TIMES
JUNE 15 - JUNE 21, 2014
BE A FRIEND OF THE SISTERHOOD SHABBAT LUNCH FUND
With an automatic monthly credit card deduction of $18/month
for 60 months, you help sustain the Shabbat Lunch Program, and
are honored with a nameplate on the Shabbat Lunch Plaque!
Contact Janice Stoneman at 248.770.3454 for details.
Morning Evening
Sunday FATHERS DAY 8:30 AM 5:00 PM
Monday 7:30 AM 5:30 PM
Tuesday 7:30 AM 5:30 PM
Wednesday 7:30 AM 5:30 PM
Thursday 7:30 AM 5:30 PM
Friday 7:30 AM 6:00 PM
Saturday 9:00 AM 9:00 PM
To sponsor a Morning Minyan breakfast and/or Sudah Shlishit,
please contact Assistant Cantor Leonard Gutman
at 248.357.5544 or lgutman@shaareyzedek.org.
CHANTS OF A LIFETIME
AN ADULT LUNCH & LEARN WITH HAZZAN DAVID PROPIS
TUESDAYS, JUNE 17 & 24
12:00 NOON - 1:00 P.M. AT CSZ
Cost: $12 per person for lunch. Please respond by the Monday prior to each class to
Karen Davis at 248.357.5544 or kdavis@shaareyzedek.org
CLIFFORDS PANCAKE SUPPER
TUESDAY, JUNE 17 - 6:00 p.m.
Join Clifford the Big Red Dog for an evening of pancakes, crafts and stories
for children ages 7 and younger. Cost: $10 per family for adults and their
children. RSVP by June 13 to Tobye Bello at tbello@shaareyzedek.org. or
248.357.5544.
SISTERHOOD BOOK CLUB
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18 - 1:00 p.m.
Join Sisterhood Book Club facilitator Jeannie Weiner to discuss the book In
the land of Invisible Women by Dr. Qanta Ahmed. For more information,
please e-mail weiner.jeannie@gmail.com.
MENS CLUB MOVIE NIGHT
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18 - 6:00 p.m.
Meet at the Uptown Grille, 3100 E. West Maple Road in Commerce Township. We will
eat together and choose our movie at the nearby United Artists Commerce. Everyone
is welcome, bring a friend! For more information, please contact Morry Levin at
248.909.7632.
SUMMER SOIREE
THURSDAY, JUNE 19 - 7:00 p.m.
For adults ages 20-45 and significant others.
Enjoy sushi, music and wine tasting while mingling with the CSZ clergy at the home
of Shari and Heyden Graham. RSVP to Karen Davis at kdavis@shaareyzedek.org or
248.357.5544.
GAME DAY
THURSDAY, JUNE 19 - 11:00 a.m.
Bring your games and your players to CSZ! An afternoon of game play is $5.00 per person
and includes lunch. The community is welcome. Please reserve your space by Monday,
June 16 by contacting Tobye Bello at tbello@shaareyzedek.org or 248.357.5544.
THRILLING THURSDAYS
JUNE 19, 26 - 10:00 a.m.
Children ages 0-5 years (and a favorite adult), join us Thursday
mornings for a kid-friendly, creative experience. June 19 is Miska
Moeska Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, June 26 is Superhero Day. FREE &
open to the community. For more information, contact Tobye Bello
at tbello@shaareyzedek.org or 248.357.5544.
A D MI S S I ON :
GOLD PATRON $236
SILVER PATRON $136
GENERAL ADMISSION FOR NON-MEMBERS $18
SHAAREY ZEDEK MEMBERS
Free of charge, but tickets are required.
RSVP to Tobye Bello at tbello@shaareyzedek.org. or 248.357.5544.
SISTERHOOD CHUPPAH AVAILABLE
Getting married at Shaarey Zedek? The gorgeous needlepoint chuppah stitched
by Sisterhood is available free of charge. To reserve, please contact Karen Katz at
248.626.8454.
HELP NEEDED FOR MACCABI GAMES
AUGUST 17-21
YOU are cordially invited to become a part of our communitys history as we host the JCC
Maccabi Games and ArtsFest once more. Help make our visitors feel welcome!
There are many ways to volunteer so we can maintain Detroits reputation as an out-
standing Jewish community. To help with our Hospitality committee, please contact
Halley Uzansky at muzansky@comcast.net.
JEWISH COMMUNITY RELATIONS COUNCIL
HONORS LOIS AND AVERN COHN
SUNDAY, JUNE 22 - 7:00 p.m. at Adat Shalom Synagogue
Lois Pincus Cohn and Hon. Avern Cohn will be honored with the 2014 Activist Award. For
information and reservations, go to detroitjcrc.org/where-we-stand-advocacy/2014-jcrc-
activist-award/honoring-lois-avern-cohn.
SUMMER TIKKUN OLAM
JUNE 24 - JULY 18, 9:30 a.m. - 12:00 Noon
PASTEUR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, 19811 STOEPEL, DETROIT
An hour once a week or more can help a child in Detroit improve his or her reading
skills. Summer school at Pasteur Elementary School needs volunteers from high school
age through adults to read and play word games one-on-one with the students. For
more information, please contact Marcy Feldman at feldman248@comcast.net.
CSZ VOLUNTEERS NEEDED AT FORGOTTEN HARVEST
THURSDAY, JULY 17 - 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
21800 GREENFIELD ROAD, DETROIT
Donated produce and other foods will be repackaged for distribution to food banks,
soup kitchens and facilities that provide meals for those in need.
Volunteers younger than 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
Contact Micki Grossman at grandmic@yahoo.com or 248.851.5666.
FERMENTING WITH FLAVOR
TUESDAY, JUNE 24 - 7:00 p.m.
Join us for Basic Vegetable Fermentation 101: learn the ins and outs of pickling, learn
brining and krauting techniques, and take home recipes to try in your own kitchen. RSVP
by Tuesday, June 17 to Allison Gutman at agutman@shaareyzedek.org or 248.357.5544.
Cost: CSZ Hazorim CSA Members, $15; Other CSZ Members $20, Non-Members $25.
May God bring comfort to our families, together
with all the other mourners of Zion and Jerusalem.
The road of righteousness leads to life.
By way of its path there is no death.
Proverbs 12:28
WE CONTINUE TO OBSERVE THE
SHLOSHIM PERIOD OF THE FOLLOWING
MEMBERS OF OUR CONGREGATIONAL FAMILY
Sarah Sally Margolis
Dorothy Ann Golding
Frieda Weinberg
David Biederman
Helen Ann Stiebel
Miriam Belkin
Dorothy Levin
Keith Aaron
Robert Rubinstein
JUNE 14- JUNE 20, 2014
June 14 2014
16 Sivan, 5774
Louis Berry
Betsy Eisenman
Betty Kahn
George Kratchman
Janet Scheinfield Levenson
Florence K Michlin
Martin Rothenberg
Leah Safran
Rose Schechter Samelson
Rose May Samelson
Constance Weinberg
Jerome M. Weinberg
June 15 2014
17 Sivan 5774
Bessie Batist
Sidal Chicorel
Dorothy B. Dann
Alice Jean Gottesman
Moses Heidenreich
Louis Parzen
Sidney G. Sherman
David Joseph Shiffman
Morris H. Smith
Anna Sparage
June 16, 2014
18 Sivan 5774
Marvin Adler
Charles L. Goldstein
Benjamin Hausner
Ben Mossman
Betty Podolsky
Charles Snider
Howard Weingarden
Rudolph Zeichner
June 17 2014
19 Sivan, 5774
Yitzchak Brandt
Abe Ernstein
Albert Kaplan
Jack Klain
Mary Lauria
Sol Sklar
Harold S. Tobias
Ethel Toby
16 SIVAN - 22 SIVAN, 5774
June 18, 2014
20 Sivan, 5774
Naomi Satovsky Eder
Bernard Kriger
Edward Lutz
Sidney H. Rein
Esther Rubinstein
John Floyd Tam
June 19, 2014
21 Sivan, 5774
Samuel Aaron
Sol Cicurel
Lois Linden Nelson
Sanford G. Weiner
June 20, 2014
22 Sivan, 5774
Millicent Barnett
Lillian Bortnick
Gussie Rappaport
Bruce L. Shatanoff
Sarah Stone
Theodore Weiss
SYNAGOGUE OFFICE
27375 Bell Road
Southfield, Michigan 48034-2079
248.357.5544 Fax 248.357.0227
www.shaareyzedek.org
CLOVER HILL PARK CEMETERY
Ralph Zuckman, Executive Director
2425 East Fourteen Mile Road
Birmingham, Michigan 48009
248.723.8884 Fax 248.723.8886
www.cloverhillpark.org
EXECUTIVE OFFICERS & STAFF
Mary Knoll .................................................................................... President
Larry Nemer ........................................................................ Vice-President
Robert Goodman ............................................................. Vice-President
Jeri Fishman ..................... At-Large Member of the Executive Board
Janice Stoneman ........... At-Large Member of the Executive Board
Rick Cohen ...................... At-Large Member of the Executive Board
Shira Shapiro.............................................................. Executive Director
Janet Pont ............................... Director of Member Support Services
Tobye Bello ................................................................... Program Director
Allison Gutman ................. Assistant Director of Education & Youth
David Lerner .......... Director of Youth & Young Adult Programming
Ron Miller ................................................................................... Controller
Shelley Golsky ............................................................... Office Manager
Leonard P. Baruch ................................... Executive Director, Emeritus
CONGREGATION SHAAREY ZEDEK HISTORY
In 1861, at the beginning of the Civil War, seventeen followers of
Traditional Judaism withdrew from the Beth El Society in Detroit to found
the Shaarey Zedek Society. In 1877 the membership constructed the
first building in Detroit to be erected specifically as a synagogue at
Congress and St. Antoine. Over the years, Congregation Shaarey Zedek
has been located in a number of beautiful and picturesque buildings.
These include Winder between St. Antoine and Beaubien Streets,
Willis St. E and Brush, and Chicago Boulevard and Lawton which is still
standing. At the 100th annual meeting of the Congregation on April
12, 1961, more than 700 members approved the recommendation from
the Board of Directors that a new synagogue be built on a forty acre
site in Southfield Township. Since the 19th century, members of our
congregation have proudly played leading roles in Michigan, the nation
and throughout world Jewry. For more than 150 years, Congregation
Shaarey Zedek has been a house of prayer, a house of learning, and a
community gathering place, transmitting Conservative Jewish teaching,
dor ldor, from generation to generation.
Congregation Shaarey Zedek is a warm, welcoming, inclusive and
egalitarian Conservative Jewish community. We provide to all generations
innovative, stimulating and diverse spiritual, educational, leadership and
social opportunities that nurture our love and commitment to Jewish
life, our Synagogue, our country and the State of Israel.
Our spiritual direction is led by committed, knowledgeable and caring
clergy available to all.
Together, all participate in celebrating our history, enriching our
community and planning our future.
CONGREGATION SHAAREY ZEDEK MISSION
HEALTH, SAFETY, AND OTHER INFORMATION
In case of emergency, there is an Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
located in the alcove near the entrance to the Mens Restroom in the
main foyer of the Synagogue.
Oxygen is available, if needed, in the rear of the Sanctuary and in the
Clergy Robing Room.
Wheelchairs are available and are located in the coatroom.
Large print prayer books are located in the rear of the Sanctuary.
The Sanctuary is equipped with a hearing loop which broadcasts sound
without background noise or reverberation. If your hearing aid has a
built-in wireless receiver called a T-coil or Telecoil, you may access the
T-coil program by pushing a button on your hearing aid. Speak with
your audiologist to find out if your hearing aid has, or can have, a T
(no background noise pick-up) or an MT program (blended micro-phone
& T-coil program) for improved hearing in our Sanctuary. If your hearing
aid is not T-coil enabled, hand-held hearing devices are available and
located in the rear of the Sanctuary.
Lost items may be located in the coat room. If you dont find your
lost item there, please contact the Synagogue office. Please note: the
Synagogue is not responsible for personal belongings.
Please notify an usher if you need assistance.
If you have any questions about health & safety equipment in the CSZ
building, please contact Keith Armbruster at 248.357.5544.
MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION
For membership information, please contact Shelley Golsky
at 248.357.5544 or sgolsky@shaareyzedek.org.
VISITING THE SICK
Due to privacy rules, hospitals cannot inform the Synagogue when Jewish
patients are admitted. The only way we know that you, a relative, or friend
is in the hospital is if we are notified by loved ones. Please contact Kelly at
248.357.5544 or kwoerner@shaareyzedek.org when you know of one of our
members who is in the hospital, so our clergy can be in touch with them.