Tashlich at Oak Knoll Park

Cast off your sins on the water. Join us after the program for a family play date. Sunday, Sept. 16th at 9:30 A.M.

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Honey for Rosh Hashana

L’Shana Tovah! Kol Rinah Sisterhood is having a fundraiser. Wish someone a sweet and happy New Year with an 8oz. gift jar of kosher clover honey. Cost is only $12 dollars and includes shipping to anywhere in the U.S.A. as long as it is ordered by July 11. Funds benefit Kol Rinah Sisterhood and all the programs they support. For more info, contact Cindy Ginsburg – 314-963-0607 or order online at KolRinahSTL.org (click on the Honey Link).

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New Guide to the High Holy Days for Interfaith Families

InterfaithFamily, a national Jewish non-profit organization dedicated to supporting and welcoming interfaith families in the Jewish community, recently released a beautiful interactive online Guide to the High Holy Days for Interfaith Families. You can view it or download it by visiting http://www.interfaithfamily.com/files/pdf/GuidetoHighHolyDays.pdf. Thanks and a sweet new year to all! – Rabbi Maurice Harris, Rabbi/Senior Educator,...

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Radical Forgiveness with Michelle Rubin

The Jewish Arts & Soul Project Presents: RADICAL FORGIVENESS St. Louis Wellness Center, 425 Marshall Ave., St. Louis Wednesday, September 9, 6:30-8:30pm $10 Spiritual healer Michelle Rubin guides participants on a path toward forgiveness in preparation for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Radical Forgiveness involves a step-by-step process for meaningful healing beyond the capabilities of conventional forgiveness. Michelle’s workshop helps participants let go of negative energies, leaving one feeling lighter, happier and ready to enter the New Year grudge-free! Refreshments provided to nourish the body while healing the soul. To register or for more information on the Jewish Arts & Soul Project, go to: http://jccstl.com/programs/arts-culture/jewish-arts-soul-project/. Contact Project Coordinator, Shira Kraft, with any questions or comments at 314-442-3111 or...

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CRC Offers Video Streaming of High Holiday Services

Central Reform Congregation is excited to announce that High Holiday services will be live streamed for the first time this year. CRC is unique as it does not require tickets to attend services and offers services at two locations (The Chase Park Plaza and at CRC) to make it easy for members and non-members alike to attend. However, they understand that due to circumstances beyond control, some people cannot physically be there. For those who cannot worship in person because of illness, distance, or any other reason, live streaming might just be the perfect answer. The broadcast dates and times are as follows: • Wednesday, September 24, 8 p.m. Erev Rosh HaShanah Service from The Chase • Thursday, September 25, 10 a.m. Rosh HaShanah Service from The Chase • Thursday, September 25, 10 a.m. Rosh HaShanah Alternative Service from CRC’s sanctuary • Friday, October 3, 8 p.m. Kol Nidre Service from The Chase • Saturday, October 4, 10 a.m. Yom Kippur Service from The Chase • Saturday, October 4, 10 a.m. Yom Kippur Alternative Service from CRC’s sanctuary The streaming video platform, Ustream TV, is a live, interactive broadcast format available to anyone with access to a computer or other internet-connected device. The easiest way to view the live stream is to visit www.centralreform.org and click the “U” button on the lower left side of the page. Please contact Jennifer Bernstein at jenniferb@centralreform.org with any questions or...

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