Next Dor Shabbat: Celebrating Shabe-Yalda!

Join Next Dor for Shabbat dinner in celebration of Shabe-Yalda! Shabe-Yalda is a Persian festival celebrated on the winter solstice, the longest and darkest day of the year (actually Dec 21st). Our Next Dor friends Roya Massoudnia and Daniel Ali Sehi will teach us more about the meaning behind the holiday as we celebrate in community. 6:30 Schmoozing 7:00 Blessings 7:15 Dinner New to Next Dor? No worries, we offer a laid back atmosphere for you to meet new people in the city of St. Louis. Do you have a non-Jewish friend you want to bring along? Great! We want to meet them too. If you have any questions about this event or Next Dor in general, please email Amanda (amanda@nextdorstl.com). Also, please let Amanda know if you have any dietary...

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Taking the Slower Path

Join Shir Hadash Reconstructionist Community for “Taking the Slower Path,” our next Third Shabbat learning program. Travel is often the thing we do to get from “here” to “there,” but is there value in the journey itself, the time we spend traveling? What if we don’t really know where “there” is? We’ll explore journeys, both biblical and present day, and examine the value of our own journeys. All are welcome. RSVP to Carol, stlshirhadash@gmail.com. For more information, visit www.shirhadashstl.info.

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Tot Shabbat at Young Israel

An exciting and song-filled Shabbat experience for families with young children, ages birth- 5. Please join us for tefilah, kids Shabbat dinner, and a Shabbat activity!

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Shabbat Shalom STL 2019

Join a group of young adults in exploring St. Louis synagogues! Together we will partake in a Shabbat service and meal with the Rabbis and leaders of the synagogue. We will learn about the history and various opportunities available for us.

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Vaccination and Judaism

Join Shir Hadash Reconstructionist Community for “Vaccination and Judaism,” our June Third Shabbat Learning program. Dr. Richard Katz and Dr. Stan Vriezelaar will lead a discussion on this timely topic through a Jewish lens. They will cover concepts of vaccination, vaccine hesitancy and the relationship between the individual and the community. Free and open to the community. RSVP to Carol, stlshirhadash@gmail.com.

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