Sarasota News Leader

01/18/2013

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RELIGION BRIEFS Rabbi Brenner Glickman (left) and Bishop Henry Porter greeted Temple Emanu-El Social Action Committee leaders Eva and Frank Schaal after Temple Emanu-El's interfaith Martin Luther King, Jr. 2012 service featuring the Westcoast School. Contributed photo TEMPLE EMANU-EL TO HOST INTERFAITH SHABBAT PROGRAM For the seventh year in a row, Temple Ema- nu-El Social Action Committee. For more innu-El, 151 McIntosh Road in Sarasota, will be formation, call the Temple office at 371-2788. the site of an interfaith Shabbat service honoring the spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the Temple has announced. Joining Temple Emanu-El Rabbi Brenner J. Glickman on the pulpit will be Bishop Henry Porter and the Westcoast School for Human Development. This service will begin at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 18. Following Glickman's Torah reading — which will recount the experience of the Israelites' slavery in Egypt — Porter will share insights on King's legacy, a news release says. "The acclaimed Westcoast School Choir will also perform rousing, inspired music," the release adds. The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. interfaith Shabbat service is sponsored by the Temple Ema- (From left) Temple Emanu-El President Michael Richker, Social Action Committee Chairwoman May Fisher-Cohen, Bishop Henry Porter, Rabbi Brenner Glickman and Social Action Committee member Frank Schaal talked after Temple Emanu-El's interfaith Martin Luther King, Jr. 2011 service featuring the Westcoast School. Contributed photo

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