Chai + 1 de Mayo

Kol Rinah Men’s Club presents Jewish Foods from around the world. Come join us for a taste of Jewish-Mexican Food & Culture, Sunday May 19th at 6:30pm. Dinner is $22/person, $18 for Men’s Club members and their families. RSVP by May 13, 2019 at KolRinahStl.org/mensclub or call 314-727-1747.

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60+ Luncheon & Movie

Come join us to watch “The Ten Lost Tribes: Where They Went and What They are Now Called” Thursday, May 16th at 12 P.M. A delicious lunch will be served followed by showing of the movie. $9 dollars for lunch. RSVP by calling Kol Rinah at 314-727-1747 or visit KolRinahStl.org

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Kol Rinah Trivia Night – March 2

Gather your friends and join Kol Rinah for Trivia Night. Soft drinks and snacks will be provided and you can bring your own food and drinks. Event will be held at Temple Israel off of Ladue Road. Doors open 6:30, play begins 7:00 P.M.

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Sh’ma Listen! and Congregation Temple Israel Present: Praying the Bible: How Bible Quotations in Prayers Explode Meanings, End Boredom, and Make Each Praying Experience Unique

Join the community at Congregation Temple Israel for a special Shabbat evening with Author and Kansas City religious leader, Rabbi Mark Levin. Friday, February 1, 2019 Hosted at Congregation Temple Israel (#1 Rabbi Alvan D. Rubin Drive, St. Louis, MO 63141) 6:00 pm Pre-Oneg with appetizers and Shabbat wine in honor of Rabbi Levin 6:30 pm Shabbat Services & D’var Torah by Rabbi Levin 7:30 pm Desserts, meet & greet and book signing, and Q&A with Rabbi Levin Rabbi Levin’s book will be available that evening for a suggested $20 donation. This event is open to the community. Everyone is welcome to join! For more info, visit: www.ti-stl.org/Levin This program is part of Jewish Federation of St. Louis’s Sh’ma Listen! Speaker Series. About the Book: In this book, Praying the Bible: How Bible Quotations in Prayers Explode Meanings, End Boredom, and Make Each Praying Experience Unique, Rabbi Mark H. Levin explores, explains, and brings new meaning to the Jewish prayerbook by connecting Jewish history, contemporary living and you—the praying person. He shows how Jewish prayer implants history, values, and stories within you, within your soul, to call on whenever you need them to help with your life. When engaged with these insights, Jewish prayer can help you define a clearer destiny for you and for those whose lives you touch. “Lovely… A beautiful blend of anecdote and insight… Recommended for all who wish to pray but are not sure why they should or even if they can.” -Rabbi Lawrence A. Hoffman, Ph.D About Rabbi Levin: Rabbi Mark H. Levin, D.HL., served as Rabbi of Congregation Beth Torah in Overland Park, Kansas from 1988-2014. Prior to that, he served at Congregation B’nai Jehuda from 1976-88. As an active religious figure in his community, Rabbi Levin answers religious questions for McClatchey newspapers, which includes the Kansas City Star; serves part time as Chaplain for Jewish Family Services; volunteers at Village Shalom, a continuing-care retirement community; Co-Chairs Project Chai, a program reacting to trauma in the Jewish Community; co-leads grief support groups; and teacher Shabbat morning services at Congregation Beth Torah, just to name a few. Rabbi Levin has authored two books: Praying the Bible: How Bible Quotations in Prayers Explode Meanings, End Boredom, and Make Each Praying Experience Unique; and To Hear, To Learn, To Teach and To Do: Sermons 1988-1996, which he self-published. He has also served on many boards including the Board of Research Psychiatric Hospital, the Advisory Committee to the AIDS Council, Jewish Federation, Jewish Family & Children’s Services, and more. Rabbi Levin resides in Kansas City,...

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Writer’s Workshop

Work, share and learn together at the Jewish Writers Workshop held at Kol Rinah. Get help with ideas, give and receive feedback and learn and grow as writers together. This will be an ongoing workshop that meets the second and fourth Wednesday s of the month at Kol Rinah. The first meeting to get organized is this Wednesday, Dec. 12th at 2:00 P.M. Contact Daphne Drohobyczer at daphnekoalabear@gmail.com or Max Brown at darthzayday@gmail.com to RSVP or if you have any...

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Dinner Featuring Benjamin Hochman

Annual Sports Dinner at Kol Rinah featuring Post-Dispatch writer Benjamin Hochman Presented by the Kol Rinah Men’s Club Sunday, Nov. 18th at 6:30PM Spaghetti Dinner, Sports Talk, Q & A, Raffles and Prizes. RSVP by Nov.12 $18 Adults, $12 Men’s Club Members, $5 for Children 18 and Under. At the door: $20 all adults, $6 Children 18 and Under. Vegetarian or gluten free requests can be made with RSVP. Kolrinahstl.org or 314-727-1747

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