Nishmah: The Journey

Nishmah’s pre-Passover women’s event returns Thursday, March 25 at 7:00pm! Join as we co-create a virtual protective tent in the wilderness and fill it with our voices, joy and light. Jewish storyteller, poet and educator, Jennifer Rudick Zunikoff, will engage participants with an immersive performance highlighting inspiring women in the Passover narrative. The event will also feature music from Lucy Greenbaum, Music and Youth Engagement Director at Congregation Shaare Emeth, plus some special surprise guests! This year’s Journey is co-chaired by Rabbi Rachel Bearman, Amy Bornstein and Rabbi Lori Levine. Participants of all genders and faiths are welcome to learn more and register at nishmah.org. A $36 suggested donation is requested. An event link is provided 2-3 days before the event. If you have questions, contact Larisa Klebe, Director of Nishmah, at 314.442.3111 or...

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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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Family Seder at the J

Don’t miss the 5th annual interactive, musical, dinner Passover seder at the J, led by Rabbi Brad Horwitz with musical guest Sharol Brickman. This Passover seder is perfect for families with children ages 5-15 (siblings welcome). It will be held on Saturday, March 31 at 6pm at the JCC Staenberg Family Complex. $25 per adult, $15 per child. Register by March 28 by contacting Tracy Patton at tpatton@jccstl.org 314-442-3110 or by going online to jccstl.com.

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Breaking Free: A 21st Century Seder with Rick Recht

Join us for an evening of music and creativity as we reimagine the story and symbols of Passover. This Second Seder will be held at Congregation Shaare Emeth on Saturday, March 31, at 5:30 p.m. This experience is appropriate for all ages and will feature special opportunities for young children. Cost: $25/Adult Member, $30/Adult Non-member $12/Child Member (ages 3-12), $15/Child Non-member (ages 3-12) Children under the age of three are free of charge. RSVPs are required by Tuesday, March 21. Sign up online at www.sestl.org/SecondSeder or by calling Shandi Greve Penrod at...

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WashU Hillel to Host Passover Community Lunches

Hillel at Washington University in St. Louis (WashU Hillel) invites the community to join St. Louis area students for Kosher for Passover lunches throughout the holiday.  Lunches will take place Tuesday, April 11 through Friday, April 14 from 11:30 am – 1:30 pm and Saturday, April 15 from 12:30 – 2:30 pm at WashU Hillel, 6300 Forsyth Blvd. 63105.  Lunches are free for St. Louis area students; $12 per community member.  Dietary laws observed.  To view the daily menu or make a reservation, visit www.washuhillel.org/Passover.  Reservations for community members close at noon two days before each lunch.  Student reservations are encouraged but not required unless a food allergy or intolerance must be accommodated. WashU Hillel will also host free Kosher for Passover dinners for area college students from Wednesday, April 12 through Saturday, April 15.  The student dinners will take place from 6:00 – 8:00 pm at WashU Hillel and reservation information is also available on the Hillel website. These meals are in addition to the multiple Seder experiences that WashU Hillel is fostering for over 500 students again this year.  The free student meals are made possible through the generosity of our area synagogues, community members, and parent and alumni sponsors around the country. For more information, contact Jackie Levey, WashU Hillel Executive Director, at jackie@washuhillel.org. ### About Hillel at Washington University in St. Louis: Hillel at Washington University in St. Louis serves as the catalyst for Jewish life among college students, connecting students with one another and with Jewish culture and traditions through service and social justice, Israel engagement, religious life, and social and leadership programs.  Hillel at Washington University has enhanced the lives of thousands of college students throughout St. Louis and helped Washington University cultivate one of the most vibrant campus Jewish communities in the country.  It currently serves approximately 1,800 Jewish undergraduates who attend Washington University.  Learn more about WashU Hillel at www.washuhillel.org.  Keep up with WashU Hillel on Facebook...

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Family Seder at the J

Join us for the 4th annual Family Seder dinner at the J led by Rabbi Brad Horwitz and musical guest Sharol Brickman on Tuesday, April 11 6pm at the Staenberg Family Complex. This experience will be interactive, multimedia and fun! For families with children ages 5-15 (siblings welcome). Presented by the Ruth & Harold Sher Center of Jewish Life. $15 for children 13 and under. $20 for adults. Registration and payment required by April 7. For more info contact Rabbi Brad Horwitz at...

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