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February 22, 2020 • 27 Shevat, 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:
Exodus 21:1-22:3, page 456 II Kings 12:1-17, page 1,277
Maftir Reading: Haftarah Reader:
Exodus 30:11-16, page 523 Ilana Ben-Ze’ev

D’VAR TORAH David Kramer

10:00 AM Hermelin Hallway
Join Rabbi Yonatan Dahlen for this monthly exploration of prayer. Everyone is welcome as
we learn, sing and pray in an intimate and judgement-free setting. No liturgical experience
or knowledge of Hebrew needed. All ages and levels are welcome!

12:15 PM Orley Social Hall
The prayer and joy of Shabbat doesn’t have to end when shul is over! Grab your lunch and
join us at tables reserved for those who want to continue singing and learning.


Congregational Lunch: Lori Weisberg, Jessica Weisberg, Madeline and Logan Ostrand,
Matthew Weisberg and Liam Bohlin, honoring Steven Weisberg on his Special Birthday.
Congregational Kiddush: Lori Weisberg, Jessica Weisberg, Madeline and Logan Ostrand,
Matthew Weisberg and Liam Bohlin, honoring Steven Weisberg on his Special Birthday.
Bimah Flowers: Courtesy of Sisterhood.

Following the Congregational Lunch, special guest Ambassador Daniel Ayalon will lead
a conversation about the recent Middle East peace proposal.

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 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: 6:00 PM

Followed by
S’udah Sh’lishit, Ma’ariv and Havdalah
Shabbat Ends: 6:56 PM

Daily Minyan Times, February 23 - February 28, 2020
Morning Evening
Sunday 8:30 AM 5:00 PM
Monday 7:30 AM 5:30 PM
Tuesday ROSH CHODESH ADAR 7:30 AM 5:30 PM
Wednesday ROSH CHODESH ADAR 7:30 AM 5:30 PM
Thursday 7:30 AM 5:30 PM
Friday 7:30 AM 5:30 PM
Candle Lighting 6:02 PM
Shaarey Zedek Shabbat Youth & Family: Thrilling Thursdays
Fridays, February 27 and
February 28 and March 5, 12, 19 & 26, 2020
March 13, 20 & 27, 2020 10:00 - 11:30 AM
The CSZ clergy welcomes you for The community is welcome to our drop-in
Minchah and uplifting Friday night playgroup for children ages 0-5 and their
Shabbat services. Check the previous favorite adults. Lindsay Mall and our clergy
page, or our website home page, for the welcome you for play, games, stories,
latest Minyan times. songs, kosher snacks and more!
Donations are gratefully accepted to
T.G.I.S. (Thank God It’s Shabbat) continue the fun!

Friday, March 6, 2020

Shabbat B’yachad B’emtza:
Join the CSZ clergy and the T.G.I.S. Middle Grades Shabbat
Players for Minchah, our lively musical
Saturday, March 7, 2020
Kabbalat Shabbat service, and Ma;ariv.
Come as you are. Leave uplifted. Students in grades 2, 3 and 4 will join
our congregation in the Main Sanctuary
to sing Aleinu, Ein Keloheinu and Adon
MEMBERS Olam. Students and their families should
plan to arrive by 10:45 a.m. Kiddush and
One in a Minyan Congregational Lunch will follow services.
Twice each day, CSZ’s Minyan connects
you to a meaningful and beautiful Jewish CSZ Youth Groups at the Movies
experience that extends through the Sunday, March 15, 2020
generations. Enrich your soul and connect 12:15 PM
with fellow congregants, some of whom
may be in need of help to say kaddish for Halutzim (grades 3-5) and Kadima (grades
a loved one. 6-8) will meet in the Berman Library for a
pizza lunch after Religious School, then
Plan to join us - pick a day of the week, parent volunteers will drive students to the
a date each month, or just come! Go Emagine Theater in Birmingham to see a
to film. Cost: $15 per person. RSVP online at
minyan. or 248.357.5544.

Shabbat Transport for Seniors The 2020 Jeffrey Weisberg

If you, or someone you know, reside Memorial Creative Writing Award
at Fox Run or the Jewish Senior Life for Students in Grades 3-12
residences in West Bloomfield, we may Submissions are due
have limited bus seating to and from Friday, April 17, 2020
Shabbat morning services at CSZ. Contact Jeffrey Weisberg was a published poet,
Elise at or and the winner of the University of
248.357.5544 to learn more. Michigan Hopwood Award for his work.
This award was founded in his memory.
Daylight Savings Begins Age-appropriate topic prompts, guidelines
and cash awards are available to view
Don’t forget to “Spring Forward” at 2:00
at Prizes will be
a.m. on Sunday, March 8, 2020!
awarded in May.
Tuesdays with Janet:
Not Your Grandfather’s Mevushal:
Kosher Mevushal Wine from Travelogue: Violins of Hope
Around the World Tuesday, February 25, 2020
with Paula Hartson 1:30 PM
Thursday, February 27, 2020 Jeri Fishman will share images and informa-
7:00 PM tion from CSZ’s recent trip to view the exhibit.
Light refreshments will be served. For more
Sommelier Paula Hartson will describe what
information, contact Janet Pont at jpont@
mevushal is, the process, the regions the or 248.357.5544.
wines come from, the grape varieties, and
some food and wine pairing tips. Join us
for snacks and tastings of:
Borgo Reale - Prosecco Brut, Italy
Goose Bay - Sauvignon Blanc, New Zealand Saturday, February 29, 2020
Segal “Fusion” - Bordeaux-style blend, Upper 7:00 PM Dinner
Galilee Big Tommy’s Parthenon House, Novi
Chateau de Parsac - Merlot/Cabernet, Montagne 9:00 PM Tee Time
St. Emilion (Bordeaux), France Putting Edge, Novi
Fun, OPA and glow-in-the-dark mini golf! Golf
Resiliency, Toughness and Miracles: and family-style dinner cost: Members - $40
A Holocaust Survival Story each, non-members - $45. RSVP: visit www.
with Jim Berk or 248.357.5544.
Thursday, March 5, 2020 CSZ SENIORS
7:00 PM Musical Afternoon
Jim Berk is a familiar face and voice to Wednesday, March 4, 2020
Detroit sports fans. As a sports broadcaster, 1:00 PM
he’s worked for local TV stations, and
done morning drive-time sports broadcasts An afternoon of vocal music featuring mem-
on WWJ NewsRadio 950. He is also a bers of the Michigan Opera Theater. Refresh-
personal trainer and exercise teacher. ments will be served after the performance.
For information, contact Janet Pont at jpont@
Join us regularly at Berman Night of or 248.357.5544.
Learning for sips, sweets, schmoozing and
engaging Jewish Learning experiences. CSZ MEN’S CLUB
More than Matzah: A Community
Together and Apart: The Future of Men’s Seder
Jewish Peoplehood Wednesday, March 25, 2020
with Rabbi Aaron Starr 6:00 PM
A Five-Part Educational Series Make your Seder greater! Save the date for this
Beginning March 1, 2020 event that brings together men from across the
10:00-11:30 AM community for secrets, stories and commentary
In conjunction with renowned faculty of the that will make your own Seder more meaning-
Shalom Hartman Institute, we will consider ful. Sponsors needed! Add your name to the
what it means to be a member of the Jewish Host Committee with a financial contribution,
people and the contemporary challenges to and help us make this event accessible to a
Jewish unity. No charge to attend, but RSVP wider audience. Contact Sarah at sarah.klein@
to or 248.357.5544.

May God bring comfort to our families,

together with all the other mourners
of Zion and Jerusalem.



Roger Honet
Archie Caplan
Sylvia Maiseloff
Reva Barahal
Ingrid Wolf
Robert Moers
Ida Steuer
Phyllis Newman

The road of righteousness leads to life.

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

FEBRUARY 22, 2020 – FEBRUARY 28, 2020

February 22, 2020 • 27 Shevat, 5780
Bertha Block Louis Gamsu Luis Shienbaum
Sara Covensky Dorothy Gould Lucille Shiffman
Rose Diem Sally Ann Jackson Helen Evelyn Silver
Rodney Faudem Frieda Knoll Jerome Leon Stein
Seymour Feinberg Helen Messing Sarah Bluma Tobin
Dina Berkovitz Feldman Harry Pearlman Fanny Yavitz
Isadore I. Frazer Ida Rabinowitz
Jennie B Fried Ida Robins

February 23, 2020 •28 Shevat, 5780

Gitel Allen Morris Kersch Rubin Luks
Max Blumberg Morris Levinson Walter S. Nussbaum
Miriam Bobroff Marilyn Joyce Lifton Sam L. Olen
Albert Herbert Dworkin Robert Linial Abraham J. Redblatt
Samuel Fishman Rose Edith Lipsitz Anna Zemmol
Kenneth L Joseph Bessye H. London

February 24, 2020 • 29 Shevat, 5780

May Newman Axelrod James Kramer Sarah Toba Parr
Marvin Berman Sonia Kudewitz Terry Podolsky
Wendy Dwoskin Anna L. Laikin Daniel Charles Siegel
Roslyn Goldfarb Irving Lang Benjamin Weider
Eugene J. Goodman Rita Lieberman Alan Zalla
Solomon Jonas Charles Meyers Harry Zolkower
Sarah Kerwin Helen Levitan Mintz Leonard Zubroff
Morris Kitsner Sarabel Panter

February 25, 2020 • 30 Shevat, 5780

Harold Adler George Margulis Arlene Shapiro
Leo Bodenheimer Shirley Messing Gloria Joy Siegel
Ann Cohen Zina Mudock Robert R. Stocker
Israel Elpern Samuel F. Polozker Rebecca Stulberg
Olga Fried Samuel Rachwal Harriett Weintraub
Carrie Hartman Marilyn Rollinger Max Weiss
Buena Lichter Ervin Schreiber
Morris Mandelbaum Raisa Segal

20 SHEVAT, 5780 – 26 SHEVAT, 5780

February 26, 2020 • 1 Adar 5780
Abraham Allen Hyman Grossman Thelma Polsky
Janet Bakst Anshel Gun Jacob Rosenberg
Izaak Blechman Arthur Hare Dorothy S. Rosenthal
Diana Blumstein Celia Jacobs Joseph Roth
Belle Borin Nisan Kam Rabbi Chaim B. Seiger
Sarah Brodsky Saul Kopman Ann Sheehan
Sarah Brody Oscar Kuhn Joseph Sherman
Anna Chaness Arnold Lada Joan Phyllis Slyker
Joseph Dobrojevich Freda Leemon Belia Smith
Anna Dovitz Rose Loewenberg Sarah Smith
Samuel J. Eder Beth E. Lowenstein Leah Snider
Edward Joseph Field Harry Margolin Wilma Sugar
Joseph L. Freedman Bernard Morof Charles Syers
Millie Gallow Tillie Newhouse Ethel Thomas
Allan William Gilbert Sidney Nickin Bernard Weisberg

February 27, 2020 • 2 Adar, 5780

Moses Bachrach Louis Kozak Rabbi Julius Shuback
Lena Barsky Alfred Landau Sadie Sklar
Lena Bersky Joseph R. Leemon Katy Slatkin
Mitchell Curtis Rebecca “Betty” Lipshaw Adele Ruth Sonenklar
Selda Feinberg David N. Madgy Anna E. Spielberg
Selma Feinberg Isadore Mellen Dorothy Spielberg
Betty Feldman Charlotte Monash Gloria Spinner
Jeffrey Gendloff Elaine Moss Jerry Starr
Irving S. Giles Sam Osnos Hymen Stein
Rosella Harvith Marianne Reinstein Ida S. Wagner
Harry Jack Housman Gloria Rivkin Eliahou Zwi Weiss
Robert David Isgut Gerald Rosenfield Hattie Sarah Winkelman
Saul Jackson Morris Rothenberg
Sarah Kirsner Faye Ruskin

February 28, 2020 • 3 Adar, 5780

Jessie Barnett Betty Hearst Martin L. Singer
Raymond S. Barry Mary Kaplan Rose Siporin
Lily Ruth Belinsky Robert Levy Rose Grand Sipron
Nat Bronstein Fannie Lewis Nissim Soleymani
Anna Caplan Harry Mendelsohn Siion Soleymani
Joseph Epel Tauba Newmark Morton Stahl
David Fink Gerald F. Perlman Gussie Wedgle
Sean Fischer Shirley Purther Moses P. Winkelman
Morris Fixler Shana Ruth Shumaker Tillie Zussman
Ann Halberstam Arthur Sills

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