Introduction to Judaism Class

Kol Rinah is hosting the American Jewish University’s “Miller Intro to Judaism Program” and welcomes you to join in the learning! This course is geared toward both Jews and non-Jews who want to learn more an dgain new perspectives on Jewish life. Bring your questions, concerns, and thoughts together with a group of thoughtful, inquisitive learners and explore the wisdom depth, and joy of Jewish living. Classes are Tuesday evenings from 6:30 to 9:00pm and will be led by Rabbis Arnow and Shafrin (August – February). A complete schedule is available at kolrinahstl.org or call 314-727-1747. Tuition is only $100 for the entire...

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Elul Learning: High Holiday Skills

Brush up and prepare for the High Holidays with some classes taught by Rabbis Shafrin and Arnow. Classes are free. Classes are August 28, Sept. 4, Sept. 11th and Sept. 18th starting at 7:00pm. Located at Kol Rinah 829 N. Hanley Rd. RSVP at KolRinahstl.org or call nancy at 314-727-1747 or email her at nancy@kolrinahstl.org

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When Did Zion Become A Four-Letter Dirty Word? Modern Zionism In Flux

With Guest Speaker, Dr. Harold Goldmeier July 17, 2019, at 7:30 pm in Banquet Hall – Gimmel Dr. Harold Goldmeier is a writer and teacher specializing in such topics as Middle Eastern Politics, Zionism, Ethics, Healthcare, and Business. He is the recipient of the Illinois Governor’s Award, held the position of Executive Director of the Massachusetts Com for Children and Youth, and chaired the Workforce Youth Council for Mayor Daley distributing up to $30 million a year. While earning his doctorate, he served as a Research and Teaching Fellow at Harvard. His e-book, Healthcare Insights: Better Care Better Business is available on Amazon. His articles and book reviews appear on Scholars for Peace in the Middle East, The Jerusalem Post, Seeking Alpha, financial websites, Life in Israel, Arutz Sheva, and Times of Israel. He was a correspondent for the Atlanta Jewish Times. Harold contributed a series of articles in the Gale Business Insights Handbook of Investment Research...

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J Family Passover Seder

Don’t forget to register for the J’s Family Passover Seder! This event includes a musical and interactive Passover Seder experience catered by Simon Kohn’s and led by Rabbi Brad Horwitz from the J. Avoid the cooking and cleaning and spend the evening with friends at the J! Registration deadline is April 15. To RSVP or for more information contact Rabbi Brad Horwitz 314-442-3271 bhorwitz@jccstl.org

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B’Chol Dor V’dor: In Every Generation – 11th Annual Shabbat St. Louis

Experience Shabbat in a whole new way! Area Reform and Reconstructionist congregations will come together as one community for the 11th Annual Shabbat St. Louis on Saturday, April 20, at Congregation Shaare Emeth, 11645 Ladue Rd. in Creve Coeur. The morning will begin at 9:30 a.m. with Torah study taught by rabbis and cantors will be offered at 9:30 a.m. A spirited and music-filled Shabbat of Passover service will follow at 10:30 a.m. In keeping with the theme B’chol Dor V’dor: In Every Generation, all generations are welcome and encouraged to attend. The service will be sign language interpreted. The Shabbat St. Louis service is unique in that it is led by adults and youth representing congregations Shaare Emeth, Shir Hadash Reconstructionist Community, Temple Emanuel, Temple Israel-Godfrey, IL, Temple Israel-St. Louis, and United Hebrew, and the Saul Mirowitz Jewish Community School. A Passover Kiddush will follow the service. Shabbat St. Louis is also known for its spirited music, led this year by songleader Samantha Thal, a community choir directed by Cantor Patrice Kaplan, and the band HaShemesh. Service attendees are asked to bring a donation of non-perishable food for the Harvey Kornblum Jewish Food Pantry. Shabbat St. Louis is made possible through the generosity of community sponsors Berger Memorial Chapel, Chevra Kadisha Cemetery, New Mt. Sinai Cemetery, Rindskopf-Roth Funeral Chapel and the St. Louis Circle of Jewish Music, and with the support of our participating congregations and clergy. For more information, contact shabbatstl@gmail.com or connect with us on Facebook...

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A Friday Evening with Cantor Ellen Dreskin

Cantor Ellen Dreskin is an innovative leader in today’s Reform Movement. Her expertise extends from music to synagogue transformation, from experiential education to enlivened liturgy and mysticism. Feb. 15th at 5:30 P.M. Kabbalat Shabbat Service and dinner to follow. RSPV online at Kolrinahstl.org or call Kol Rinah office by February 8th.

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