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Keren Packman Alpert

Education Director

Religious School

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Religious School

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Employment History

Rabbinic Associate

Temple Beth El


Regional Educator

The Southwest Council Inc


Rabbinic Associate

Alpert


Web References(91 Total References)


Temple Beth El, Bloomfield Hills, MI - Staff Directory

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Keren Alpert, Rabbinic Associate-865-0603 ext. 3143 kalpert@tbeonline.org


Temple Beth El, Bloomfield Hills, MI - Contact Us

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Rabbi Keren Alpert, ext. 3141 - Direct 248-865-0604
kalpert@tbeonline.org


www.tbeonline.org

Keren Alpert, Education Director, 248-865-0601 ext. 3125 kalpert@tbeonline.org


Temple Beth El, Bloomfield Hills, MI - TBE Action News

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Keren Alpert, Rabbinic Associate, enlightened the group with an explanation of the Four Species â€" the Lulav and the Etrog.
One interpretation of them is that they are said to represent four different types of Jews in regard to learning and performance of good deeds, but all Jews, whatever their "type", she assured us, have something to contribute to Klal Yisrael and to each other.


Temple Beth El, Bloomfield Hills, MI - Keren Alpert June

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Keren Alpert
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