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December 28, 2019 • 30 Kislev, 5780

Rabbi Aaron L. Starr
Rabbi Yonatan Dahlen
Hazzan David Propis, D.M.
Assistant Cantor Leonard S. Gutman
Cantor Emeritus Chaim Najman, D.M.
Torah Readings: Haftarah:
Genesis 41:1-52, page 250 Zechariah 2:14-4:7, page 1,270
Numbers 28:9-15, page 930 Haftarah Reader:
Torah Reader: Neil Satovsky
Barry Lippitt
Maftir Reading:
Numbers 7:42-47, page 808

SERMON Rabbi Yonatan Dahlen


Congregational Lunch: Sally and Richard Krugel, in honor of their 55th Wedding
Congregational Kiddush: Patrons of Shabbat Lunch.
Bimah Flowers: Courtesy of Sisterhood.

Mark a Special Occasion and Become a Contributor

Are you marking a special occasion or Do you want to join our group of
want to celebrate? Every Contributor helps Shabbat Lunch Patrons with a
defray Shabbat Lunch costs. To become tax-deductible 501(c)(3) donation?
a Contributor to Shabbat Lunch, Please contact Janice Stoneman
Kiddush or Bimah Flowers, please for details at 248.770.3454.
contact Beverly Frank at bevmakfrank@ (It’s easier than you think). or 248.646.8594.

To sponsor a Morning Minyan Breakfast and/or S’udah Sh’lishit, contact

Assistant Cantor Leonard Gutman at or 248.357.5544.

Youth Experiences on Shabbat
Ruach Activities Me & My Preschooler Kehillah Kids
• Tikvah Chapel • Room 5 • Tikvah Chapel
• 10:00 AM • 10:45 AM • 10:45 AM
• Children ages 3-7 • Children ages 2-4 • Children ages 4-7
A lively Shabbat Joyful adult and child Spirited singing, active
babysitting experience for class with music, snacks, games, and an interactive,
children whose parents Shabbat-oriented games kid-friendly Shabbat
wish to attend services. and small group activities. service.

Minchah Today: 4:45 PM

Followed by
S’udah Sh’lishit, Ma’ariv and Havdalah
Shabbat Ends: 5:55 PM

Daily Minyan Times, December 29, 2019 - January 3, 2020
Morning Evening
Sunday CHANUKAH 8 CANDLES 8:30 AM 5:00 PM
Monday 7:30 AM 5:30 PM
Tuesday 7:30 AM 5:30 PM
Wednesday NEW YEAR’S DAY 8:30 AM 5:00 PM
Thursday 7:30 AM 5:30 PM
Friday 7:30 AM 5:45 PM TGIS

Candle Lighting 4:54 PM

T.G.I.S. (Thank God It’s Shabbat) Congregational Security Briefing
Sunday, January 12, 2020
Friday, January 3, 2020
10:00 AM
5:45 PM Minchah
You are invited to a briefing by the CSZ
6:00 PM T.G.I.S.
Security Task Force, to learn procedures
The community is welcome to join the that our members should know in the event
CSZ clergy and the T.G.I.S. Players for of an emergency. Join us in the Sanctuary
Minchah, our lively, musical Kabbalt to review security protocols and safety
Shabbat service, and Ma’ariv. Come as information.
you are. Leave uplifted.
Inclusion Committee Meeting
Shaarey Zedek Shabbat Sunday, January 12, 2020
Fridays, 11:00 AM
January 10, 17, 24, 31, 2020 The Inclusion Committee works to ensure
5:45 PM that individuals and groups are embraced
by our synagogue. This year, we are
The CSZ clergy welcomes you for focusing on inclusion efforts for people of
Minchah and uplifting Friday night different abilities. Join us!
Shabbat services.
Youth & Family: Thrilling Thursdays
One in a Minyan
Each day, CSZ’s Minyan connects you January 9, 16, 23 & 30, 2020
to a meaningful and beautiful Jewish 10:00 - 11:30 AM
experience that extends through the Please note that Thrilling Thursdays will not
generations. Enrich your soul and connect meet during the Winter holidays.
with fellow congregants, some of whom The community is welcome to our drop-in
may be in need of help to say kaddish for playgroup for children ages 0-5 and their
a loved one. favorite adults. Lindsay Mall and our clergy
We particularly need your help welcome you for play, games, stories,
to make a minyan during the songs, kosher snacks and more!
holidays, when so many are out Donations are gratefully accepted to
of town. If you can join us at continue the fun!
least once for morning or evening
services - or both - we would be Dinosaur Tot Shabbat
Friday, January 24, 2020
Go to 5:45 p.m.
daily-minyan and click the link to let us
know you’re coming. A fun Shabbat experience for families with
children ages 0-5 years! Join us for a joyful,
musical, kid-friendly service with the CSZ
Holiday Office Hours clergy, a “prehistoric” bufffet dinner, and
Please note that the CSZ administrative cool after-dinner activities. Cost: $18 per
offices will have special office hours on adult ages 13 and older. No charge for
the following dates: children ages 0-12. Register by Tuesday,
January 21, 2020 at www.shaareyzedek.
December 31, 2019 - closed at 1:00 p.m.
org or call 248.357.5544.
January 1, 2020 - closed.
Game Day
Insights from Ladino Songs: Advice
from the Women of Jewish Spain Thursday, January 9, 2020
with Leahliza Lee 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Thursday, January 16, 2020 Bring your games and your players to CSZ
7:00 PM Sisterhood’s day of tabletop play - delicious
Leahliza Lee devotes herself to songs from lunch included! Reserve your place no later
the Sephardic world. Through Judeo- than 12:00 Noon on Monday, January 6,
Spanish traditional song, Leahliza Lee 2020 to pay $6.00 per player. After 12:00
brings to life moments from the lives of Noon, or at the door, the cost is $8.00 per
women silenced in the nearly-forgotten player. RSVP online to www.shaareyzedek.
history of Spain’s once-vibrant and long- org/events/game-day-january-2020 or
gone Jewish communities. Leahliza will 248.357.5544.
provide background from historic sources
that will help listeners understand the world CSZ SENIORS
from which the songs emerged, and the Tuesdays with Janet:
advice they still provide today.
The DIA Essentials
Drum Circle Tuesday, January 14, 2020
with Sundance DiDomencio 1:30 PM
Thursday, January 23, 2020 A presentation with Detroit Institute of Arts
7:00 PM docents that will outline highlights of the
museum’s collection.
A professional drum lesson and drum circle,
which will explore the dynamics of playing London Travelogue
rhythm with others. It’s not just banging Tuesday, January 21, 2020
on drums, but rather a conversation in the 1:30 PM
oldest form of communication. Photos and stories with Jeri Fishman, as she
shares with us the charm of London, England.
Join us regularly at Berman Night of Light refreshments will be served. For more
Learning for sips, sweets, schmoozing and information, contact Janet Pont at jpont@
engaging Jewish Learning experiences. or 248.357.5544.
Open to the community at no charge.
7:30 PM
Bizet: Suite No. 1 from Carmen
Lalo: Cello Concerto
Franck: Symphony in D Minor
Mei-Ann Chen, Conductor
Sterling Elliot, Cellist
Subscribe or reserve your tickets at or
Berman Night call 313.576.5111.

May God bring comfort to our families,

together with all the other mourners
of Zion and Jerusalem.



Jeffrey Alan Kahn

Janice Schwartz Billmeyer
Rita Keywell
Hadassah Levow Stein
David Moscow
Michael Cherrin
Harriet Berlin
Mel Lester
Bell Storchan
Rosalie Disner
Sarah Deitch

The road of righteousness leads to life.

By way of its path there is no death.
Proverbs 12:28

DECEMBER 28, 2019 – JANUARY 3, 2020

December 28, 2019 • 30 Kislev, 5780
Edith Backalar Fanny Kasle Julius Spoon
Sarah Balowitz Helen R. Levine Isador Weiner
Jacob Burrows David I. Myers P. David Weisman
Myron J. Fink Morris Rivkin Eva W. Wetsman
Girsh Grand Saul H. Rose
Diane Grant Harold A Segal

December 29, 2019 • 1 Tevet, 5780

Reva Appleton Jacob Max Goldman Mabel Daniels Onkin
Blanche Bauman Rose Roxy Greenberg Samuel Reich
Mark L. Berman Sophie Herman Eva Rubin
Robert Allen Jeanette Klein Rose Schwartz
Blumberg Marvin Sidney Fannie Sherman
Jack Cook Lichtenstein Lena Singer
Daniel Crone Max Lieberman Henry Sompolinsky
Elliott B. Folbe Mildred Moss Joseph Wasser

December 30, 2019 • 2 Tevet, 5780

Florence E. Adler Edith Frank Beverly Rosenblatt
Esther Benson Samuel Goodman Samuel A. Rosenthal
David Bruss Alex Greenberger Kreindel Salasnek
Max Burns Susan Hamburger Jennifer Schmerin
David H. Fauman William Hathaway Esther Schuster
Helen Feiner Morris Krut Reuben Schwartz
Jeffrey D. Feldman Edith Lurie Julie Shiffman
Sadie Feurring Abraham Mehlman Edward Silver
Ethel Fishman Arnold H. Monash Marion Siskind
Ethel Fiskman Diana Nussbaum Joseph Zachar

December 31, 2019 • 3 Tevet, 5780

Eva Berenholz Pauline D. Grant Ella Miller
Anna Brodsky Julius Gross Abraham Pupko
David Ceifetz Abraham Koppelman Joseph Rose
Mathilda Diem Dora Kurnetz Aharon Eliezer Rosen
Rebecca Estrin Louis Lamed Norman Sorscher
Martin Gorsky Theodore Levin Esther Winkler

30 KISLEV, 5780 – 6 TEVET, 5780

January 1, 2020 • 4 Tevet, 5780
Selim Aronsson Rose Kobylanski Esther Sperber
Abraham Avadenka Isadore H. Kolodney Samuel Taubman
Dorothy Brightman Eugene Narrett David Tugender
Vera Rollin Burke Gertrude Palmer David L. Tyner
Marilyn Daniels Ben K. Reis Michael Wainer
Edith Gans Linda Tucker Roberts Pesia Wecker
Milton Heller Sylvia Rothschild Bertha Weinstein
H. John Jacob Jared “Bud” Schubiner Dorothy Wener
Ida Kayne Ruth Cohen Siegel Charles S. Wolpin
Hilda Kirsch Jean Sosin

January 2, 2020 • 5 Tevet, 5780

Carole Aaron Joseph Lakofsky Jacob Shuman
Joseph H. Barnett Mendel Nukhimovich Layer David Sislin
Joseph Becker Shirley Levin Robert Tam
Benjamin Brownstein Joseph Levine Esther Turner
Nathan Fink Mark Manhoff Solomon Wayne
Lottie Katzman Moses Marks Nathan Wolok
Bessie Kiperman Dorothy Robbins
Esther Kohn Ellen Schlafer

January 3, 2020 • 6 Tevet, 5780

Lily Abramovitz David Firestone Alvin B. Robinson
Fannie Alfeld Hope Gilbert Evelyn Rostker
Sam Alpiner Beth Carol Gordon Rebecca Sandberg
Janice Altshuler Pearl Goutman Isadore Sarver
Libe Aronsson Shirlee Greenside Louis Savage
Ida Babcock Michael Katz Earl Shipper
Margaret Koncius Berris George Kramer Julius Spielberg
Betty Berry Judith Matasar Leah Kaplansky Zuker
David Dunn Sam Nemeth

Executive Officers and Board of Trustees

Jeri Fishman. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . President

Karen A. Katz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vice-President

Susan Kozik Klein . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vice-President

Jon Dwoskin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . At-Large Member of the Executive Board

Jay Inwald . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . At-Large Member of the Executive Board

Leigh Moss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . At-Large Member of the Executive Board

Robert Rich . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Executive Director

Board of Trustees
Wendy Arnold David Moses
Firooz Banooni Susan Oleinick
Karen Couf Cohen Sara Rothenberg
Nicole Eisenberg Michael Rowe
Barbra Giles David Salama
Barbara Heller Alice Silbergleit
Steven Hurvitz Michael Tobin (Men’s Club)
Paul Ingber Mitchell Wagner
Betsy Kellman Brooke Weingarden
Harold Kusnetz (Seniors) Leah Yair
Kim Levin (Sisterhood) Ira Zaltz
Morry Levin Neil Zechman
Jodi Michaelson Emma Zerkel

Shabbat Gabbaim
Judie Blumeno Sheldon Larky
Rick Cohen Michael Rowe
Bill Glogower Neil Zechman
Richard Jacobs


C ongregation 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.


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 Street 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 the city of Southfield.

Since the 19th century, members of our congregation have proudly played leading
roles in Michigan, the nation and throughout the 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 l’dor, from generation to generation.
Synagogue Office
27375 Bell Road
Southfield, MI 48034-2079
Fax 248.357.0227

Clover Hill Park Cemetery

2425 East Fourteen Mile Road
Birmingham, MI 48009-7257
Fax 248.723.8886