The Interplay Between Exodus Past and Present

11:00am Sermon during Shabbat Services followed by further Study after Kiddush at 12:30pm. “Exodus! No other event in Jewish history has so captured the emotions and thoughts of Jews through the millennia like the Exodus. It has stirred Jews in times of despair and shaken them in periods of complacency. We will study how Jews have reshaped the story of the Exodus through innovative religious, social and cultural strategies. At Kol Rinah. Kolrinahstl.org RSVP are not required but welcome.

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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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God, Love & Passover: Springtime Jewish Learning

Springtime Jewish Learning at Kol Rinah. March 26, April 2, April 9 from 7:00 to 8:30 P.M. Using curriculum from American Jewish University’s Miller Introduction to Judaism program, we will dive deep into some of the most powerful and transformative topics within Jewish life. Whether you are a Torah scholar or completely new a Jewish community, we are excited to learn together with you. Tuesdays: March 26, April 2, and April 9 from 7:00 to 8:30PM RSVP to Nancy@kolrinahstl.org or call...

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Annual Torah Fund Lunch and Program

Kol Rinah Sisterhood is holding their Annual Torah Fund Luncheon and Program with guest speaker Karen Aroesty, Regional Director, ADL Heartland. Come join us in support of the Jewish Theological Seminaries. Everybody is welcome! Sunday, April 7, 2019 at 1:00 P.M. Cost is $10/person. RSVP to KolRinahStl.org or Linda Makler at golchamp@aol.com.

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MLK Shabbat to Focus on Witnessing Whiteness

Shir Hadash Reconstructionist Community will commemorate the Shabbat preceding Martin Luther King Jr. Day with a special 10 a.m. Third Shabbat learning session focusing on Witnessing Whiteness. The event is free and open to the public. Guest speakers will be Mary R. Ferguson, Racial Justice Director for the YWCA of Metro St. Louis, and Kenny Murdock, a social justice facilitator with the NAACP and ADL. They will lead a discussion on implicit bias and how it impacts our lives. Ferguson will also talk about how the YWCA’s 10-sesson Witnessing Whiteness program builds community, increases knowledge of white identity, and offers strategies for action while building participants’ racial equity lens for civil engagement. RSVP is requested to Carol at stlshirhadash@gmail.com. For more information, visit...

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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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