Kol Rinah Congregation

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Just for fun ... from a friend.

H/T Rabbi David B. Saltzman:

DON'T KNOW WHICH YOM TOV IT IS:
WE'RE WALKING AROUND IN SLIPPERS LIKE IT'S TISHA B”AV
WE'RE WEARING MASKS LIKE IT'S PURIM
WE'RE TREMBLING LIKE IT'S ROSH HASHANA.
WE'RE HUNGRY LIKE IT'S YOM KIPPUR.
WE'RE ONLY ALLOWED TO EAT OUTSIDE LIKE IT'S SUKKOS.
WE'RE SITTING BY THE WINDOW LIKE IT'S CHANUKAH
WE'RE EATING FRUITS LIKE IT'S TU B"SHVAT.
EVERYONE IS WALKING AROUND WITH CLEANING WIPES LIKE IT'S PESACH.
AND WE'RE EATING MEALS WITH OUR FAMILIES AND SLEEPING UNTIL NOON LIKE IT'S SHABBOS.
SO WHAT HOLIDAY IS THIS? CAUSE I'M READY TO MAKE HAVDALAH NOW
I am planning to attend the program Monday, Sept 16
Judy Ugalde
3-5-year-old explorers and their families are invited to Mirowitz for a morning of Earth-themed STEAM on October 7. The first 75 to RSVP get a free explorer kit...and they are going fast! Reserve your spot now!
Shaare Zedek yearbook 1989, about the time I attended my 1st wedding ever in this building. Got married there in 2008.
Thanks to all of you who have expressed interest in Mirowitz's MLK social action event for young children! A meaningful morning awaits! Don't forget to RSVP- it will save you time at check-in and PJ Library is giving a free book to the first 75 to RSVP!
The Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur High Holiday services were well planned and well executed! Both Rabbi Arnow and Rabbi Shafrin gave thoughtful and inspiring sermons. Our president, Randi Mozenter, was truly "presidential"! There are so many congregants and staff to thank for all their hard work and dedication - I'll just mention a few, and YOU can add to the list. Howard Granok, Mitch Shenker, Barbara Shamir, Nancy Green, Michelle Kingsley, Rico Crane, the University City Officers, the greeters and ushers.... The nametag process went smoothly too! Yasher koach to all!

This is the official page for Kol Rinah, a vibrant Jewish congregation in St. Louis, Missouri.

Operating as usual

11/10/2021

Session # 9 in our Series:
Jews In Science:
November 14 at 4 PM.

Beauty and brains: Hedy Lamarr, her life

Sign up for the presentation on a remarkable woman, beautiful movie star and incredible inventor.
Her work has contributed to our daily use of Cell Phones, WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS.

https://www.kolrinahstl.org/form/2021-jewsinscience-November14.html

Linda Spitzer Gavatin will show you highlights from Hedy Lamarr's life including some unbelievably beautiful photographs!

Registered participants will receive Zoom links in the afternoon of November 12

Session # 9 in our Series:
Jews In Science:
November 14 at 4 PM.

Beauty and brains: Hedy Lamarr, her life

Sign up for the presentation on a remarkable woman, beautiful movie star and incredible inventor.
Her work has contributed to our daily use of Cell Phones, WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS.

https://www.kolrinahstl.org/form/2021-jewsinscience-November14.html

Linda Spitzer Gavatin will show you highlights from Hedy Lamarr's life including some unbelievably beautiful photographs!

Registered participants will receive Zoom links in the afternoon of November 12

11/02/2021

American Jews and Native Americans: 20th and 21st Century Encounters
Sunday, November 21, 2021 at 11;30 am on ZOOM

Join Professor David S. Koffman for a wide-ranging discussion about Jewish - Native American encounters in 20th and early 21st century America. This session will touch on the extraordinary activism of a cadre of Jewish lawyers and civil servants who up-ended decades of anti-Indian federal policy, and the rise of American anthropology and the fascinating role of Jews and Native Americans in it. We will also discuss what's been happening of late between Jews and Native Americans - solidarities, tensions, and interactions around a set of fraught themes: suffering & sovereignty, colonialism & country.

There will be plenty of time for discussion. Join Professor David S. Koffman for a wide-ranging discussion about Jewish - Native American encounters in 20th and early 21st century America. This session will touch on the extraordinary activism of a cadre of Jewish lawyers and civil servants who up-ended decades of anti-Indian federal policy, and the rise of American anthropology and the fascinating role of Jews and Native Americans in it. We will also discuss what's been happening of late between Jews and Native Americans - solidarities, tensions, and interactions around a set of fraught themes: suffering & sovereignty, colonialism & country. There will be plenty of time for discussion.

Zoom registration link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwsc-Cvqz4iGtQfBR5Bgi0uDfCQWNy1vfDP
For more information contact: [email protected]

American Jews and Native Americans: 20th and 21st Century Encounters
Sunday, November 21, 2021 at 11;30 am on ZOOM

Join Professor David S. Koffman for a wide-ranging discussion about Jewish - Native American encounters in 20th and early 21st century America. This session will touch on the extraordinary activism of a cadre of Jewish lawyers and civil servants who up-ended decades of anti-Indian federal policy, and the rise of American anthropology and the fascinating role of Jews and Native Americans in it. We will also discuss what's been happening of late between Jews and Native Americans - solidarities, tensions, and interactions around a set of fraught themes: suffering & sovereignty, colonialism & country.

There will be plenty of time for discussion. Join Professor David S. Koffman for a wide-ranging discussion about Jewish - Native American encounters in 20th and early 21st century America. This session will touch on the extraordinary activism of a cadre of Jewish lawyers and civil servants who up-ended decades of anti-Indian federal policy, and the rise of American anthropology and the fascinating role of Jews and Native Americans in it. We will also discuss what's been happening of late between Jews and Native Americans - solidarities, tensions, and interactions around a set of fraught themes: suffering & sovereignty, colonialism & country. There will be plenty of time for discussion.

Zoom registration link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwsc-Cvqz4iGtQfBR5Bgi0uDfCQWNy1vfDP
For more information contact: [email protected]

10/31/2021

It's Mom's Night Out
November 22, 2021, 6 pm - 8 pm
Kol Rinah Moms and female identifying caregivers will meet for dinner at Frida's Restaurant, 622 North & South in University City for a relaxing night out.
Individuals will pay for their own vegetarian meals (Note: Not under Vaad supervision)
RSVP to Melissa at [email protected]

It's Mom's Night Out
November 22, 2021, 6 pm - 8 pm
Kol Rinah Moms and female identifying caregivers will meet for dinner at Frida's Restaurant, 622 North & South in University City for a relaxing night out.
Individuals will pay for their own vegetarian meals (Note: Not under Vaad supervision)
RSVP to Melissa at [email protected]

10/29/2021

The Samaritans: Encountering a Biblical People
Sunday, October 31, 4 pm on Zoom
presented by David Selis

From Good Samaritan Hospitals to Good Samaritan laws, from the Bible to the Talmud and the Qur’an, we have all heard of the Samaritans, the “Other Israel '' who bring the Passover Sacrifice on the Holy Mountain, Mount Gerizim, but who are these people?

Join David Selis as he traces the history and culture of the Samaritans, focusing on their unique celebration of Passover as a lens into the complexity of modern Israel in the wake of the Six Day War. David Selis is the Leon Charney Doctoral Fellow at the Bernard Revel Graduate School of Jewish Studies of Yeshiva University, and a research fellow of the YU Center for Israel Studies. He is the assistant curator for the forthcoming exhibition, The Samaritans: a Biblical People. David is an alumnus of Yeshiva University (BA, MA) where he helped found its Coronavirus archive, which documents the impact and experience of religious Jews during COVID. He lived with his family in Saint Louis and attended Kol Rinah when it was Shaare Zedek for four years.

Registration required.
Questions, contact Wendy Love Anderson [email protected]

The Samaritans: Encountering a Biblical People
Sunday, October 31, 4 pm on Zoom
presented by David Selis

From Good Samaritan Hospitals to Good Samaritan laws, from the Bible to the Talmud and the Qur’an, we have all heard of the Samaritans, the “Other Israel '' who bring the Passover Sacrifice on the Holy Mountain, Mount Gerizim, but who are these people?

Join David Selis as he traces the history and culture of the Samaritans, focusing on their unique celebration of Passover as a lens into the complexity of modern Israel in the wake of the Six Day War. David Selis is the Leon Charney Doctoral Fellow at the Bernard Revel Graduate School of Jewish Studies of Yeshiva University, and a research fellow of the YU Center for Israel Studies. He is the assistant curator for the forthcoming exhibition, The Samaritans: a Biblical People. David is an alumnus of Yeshiva University (BA, MA) where he helped found its Coronavirus archive, which documents the impact and experience of religious Jews during COVID. He lived with his family in Saint Louis and attended Kol Rinah when it was Shaare Zedek for four years.

Registration required.
Questions, contact Wendy Love Anderson [email protected]

10/27/2021

Brotherhood presents a Free Deli Dinner, Board Meeting, and “Hearing Men’s Voices” Program
Sunday November 14, 2021 at 6:30 pm (LIVE) at Kol Rinah Community Hall

Please attend our first (in-person) Hearing Men’s Voices of this year. Following Minyan 6:00 pm (on zoom) we will have a free Deli (Meat) Dinner, a brief Brotherhood Board of Directors meeting (all men invited) and followed by a “Hearing Men’s Voices” Topic: “Getting out of the Pandemic – where to now” Hearing Men’s Voices is a program of the Kol Rinah Men’s Club. It provides an opportunity for men to gather to confidentially express their opinions on a variety of topics.– Vaccinated folks only. Of course, we’ll have some amazing spirits to sample. We will also have a zoom for anyone who feels more comfortable joining us from home.
For more information: [email protected]

Brotherhood presents a Free Deli Dinner, Board Meeting, and “Hearing Men’s Voices” Program
Sunday November 14, 2021 at 6:30 pm (LIVE) at Kol Rinah Community Hall

Please attend our first (in-person) Hearing Men’s Voices of this year. Following Minyan 6:00 pm (on zoom) we will have a free Deli (Meat) Dinner, a brief Brotherhood Board of Directors meeting (all men invited) and followed by a “Hearing Men’s Voices” Topic: “Getting out of the Pandemic – where to now” Hearing Men’s Voices is a program of the Kol Rinah Men’s Club. It provides an opportunity for men to gather to confidentially express their opinions on a variety of topics.– Vaccinated folks only. Of course, we’ll have some amazing spirits to sample. We will also have a zoom for anyone who feels more comfortable joining us from home.
For more information: [email protected]

10/19/2021
10/19/2021
10/15/2021

The Samaritans: Encountering a Biblical People
Sunday, October 31, 4 pm on Zoom
presented by David Selis

From Good Samaritan Hospitals to Good Samaritan laws, from the Bible to the Talmud and the Qur’an, we have all heard of the Samaritans, the “Other Israel '' who bring the Passover Sacrifice on the Holy Mountain, Mount Gerizim, but who are these people?

Join David Selis as he traces the history and culture of the Samaritans, focusing on their unique celebration of Passover as a lens into the complexity of modern Israel in the wake of the Six Day War. David Selis is the Leon Charney Doctoral Fellow at the Bernard Revel Graduate School of Jewish Studies of Yeshiva University, and a research fellow of the YU Center for Israel Studies. He is the assistant curator for the forthcoming exhibition, The Samaritans: a Biblical People. David is an alumnus of Yeshiva University (BA, MA) where he helped found its Coronavirus archive, which documents the impact and experience of religious Jews during COVID. He lived with his family in Saint Louis and attended Kol Rinah when it was Shaare Zedek for four years.

Registration required.
Questions, contact Wendy Love Anderson [email protected]

The Samaritans: Encountering a Biblical People
Sunday, October 31, 4 pm on Zoom
presented by David Selis

From Good Samaritan Hospitals to Good Samaritan laws, from the Bible to the Talmud and the Qur’an, we have all heard of the Samaritans, the “Other Israel '' who bring the Passover Sacrifice on the Holy Mountain, Mount Gerizim, but who are these people?

Join David Selis as he traces the history and culture of the Samaritans, focusing on their unique celebration of Passover as a lens into the complexity of modern Israel in the wake of the Six Day War. David Selis is the Leon Charney Doctoral Fellow at the Bernard Revel Graduate School of Jewish Studies of Yeshiva University, and a research fellow of the YU Center for Israel Studies. He is the assistant curator for the forthcoming exhibition, The Samaritans: a Biblical People. David is an alumnus of Yeshiva University (BA, MA) where he helped found its Coronavirus archive, which documents the impact and experience of religious Jews during COVID. He lived with his family in Saint Louis and attended Kol Rinah when it was Shaare Zedek for four years.

Registration required.
Questions, contact Wendy Love Anderson [email protected]

09/24/2021
09/23/2021
09/19/2021
09/17/2021

Jews in Science # 7 Einstein Part I
September 19, 4 pm on Zoom

100 years ago Einstein won the Nobel Prize for Physics. 100 years ago Einstein came to America as a Jewish Hero and Superstar! Dr. Bob Olshan will try to bring Einstein to life – Einstein the man, the lover and husband, the father, the German Jew, the violinist, the physicist, the humanitarian, the pacifist, the philosopher and the Zionist.

Einstein’s theory changed our world, he is acclaimed to be the greatest genius of our
time, the most famous physicist, a Noble Laureate and according to Time Magazine
the Person of the 20th Century.

This presentation is the first of two about Albert Einstein. On October 10, Dr. Marty Israel, of
Washington University will talk about the work of Albert

For more information: [email protected]

Jews in Science # 7 Einstein Part I
September 19, 4 pm on Zoom

100 years ago Einstein won the Nobel Prize for Physics. 100 years ago Einstein came to America as a Jewish Hero and Superstar! Dr. Bob Olshan will try to bring Einstein to life – Einstein the man, the lover and husband, the father, the German Jew, the violinist, the physicist, the humanitarian, the pacifist, the philosopher and the Zionist.

Einstein’s theory changed our world, he is acclaimed to be the greatest genius of our
time, the most famous physicist, a Noble Laureate and according to Time Magazine
the Person of the 20th Century.

This presentation is the first of two about Albert Einstein. On October 10, Dr. Marty Israel, of
Washington University will talk about the work of Albert

For more information: [email protected]

09/14/2021
Photos from Kol Rinah Congregation's post 08/18/2021

Join us Sunday, August 22 from 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM to see our new home.

In Preparation for the High Holidays, congregants are invited to take a tour of our new building. Even if you have been here before, see the new additions, art, and furniture! Learn about the new features and rooms of the building, and enjoy our new home!

Pictures from last week.

Let us know you’re coming: https://www.kolrinahstl.org/event/building-tour-welcome-home.html

08/10/2021

Jews in Science # 7 Einstein Part I
September 19, 4 pm on Zoom

100 years ago Einstein won the Nobel Prize for Physics. 100 years ago Einstein came to America as a Jewish Hero and Superstar! Dr. Bob Olshan will try to bring Einstein to life – Einstein the man, the lover and husband, the father, the German Jew, the violinist, the physicist, the humanitarian, the pacifist, the philosopher and the Zionist.

Einstein’s theory changed our world, he is acclaimed to be the greatest genius of our
time, the most famous physicist, a Noble Laureate and according to Time Magazine
the Person of the 20th Century.

This presentation is the first of two about Albert Einstein. On October 10, Dr. Marty Israel, of
Washington University will talk about the work of Albert

For more information: [email protected]

Jews in Science # 7 Einstein Part I
September 19, 4 pm on Zoom

100 years ago Einstein won the Nobel Prize for Physics. 100 years ago Einstein came to America as a Jewish Hero and Superstar! Dr. Bob Olshan will try to bring Einstein to life – Einstein the man, the lover and husband, the father, the German Jew, the violinist, the physicist, the humanitarian, the pacifist, the philosopher and the Zionist.

Einstein’s theory changed our world, he is acclaimed to be the greatest genius of our
time, the most famous physicist, a Noble Laureate and according to Time Magazine
the Person of the 20th Century.

This presentation is the first of two about Albert Einstein. On October 10, Dr. Marty Israel, of
Washington University will talk about the work of Albert

For more information: [email protected]

06/17/2021
06/08/2021
06/04/2021
05/17/2021

Howard Granok Presents: (Jews in Science 4)
Rosalind Franklin - the pillar of modern genetics
Sunday, May 23, 2021 at 4 pm on Zoom
Please register at: https://kolrinahstl.org

Today DNA technology is very much a part of our lives, but back in the 1950's scientists didn't understand its structure or how it functioned. Rosalind Franklin was a dedicated, witty scientist whose work paved the way for the biotechnology revolution that continues today. Once forgotten, her work stands today as one of the pillars on which modern molecular genetics is based. Franklin's drive to do something useful sprang from her Jewish roots, even if she did not necessarily believe in G-d.

Questions please contact: [email protected]

Howard Granok Presents: (Jews in Science 4)
Rosalind Franklin - the pillar of modern genetics
Sunday, May 23, 2021 at 4 pm on Zoom
Please register at: https://kolrinahstl.org

Today DNA technology is very much a part of our lives, but back in the 1950's scientists didn't understand its structure or how it functioned. Rosalind Franklin was a dedicated, witty scientist whose work paved the way for the biotechnology revolution that continues today. Once forgotten, her work stands today as one of the pillars on which modern molecular genetics is based. Franklin's drive to do something useful sprang from her Jewish roots, even if she did not necessarily believe in G-d.

Questions please contact: [email protected]

05/14/2021

Kol Rinah Sisterhood Torah Fund
Honoring the Faye Keyser Seudah Fund, in memory of Faye Keyser.
February 24 – May 28, 2021

The Kol Rinah Sisterhood is rolling out their 2021 Torah Fund Campaign! The theme of the campaign is B'Yachad, which means "together." The request for donations will be coming out soon. Although a donation of any amount is greatly welcome, a donation of any amount is greatly welcome, donations at the $180 level will receive a Torah Fund pin as a gift. As you know, our Torah Fund donations benefit the Conservative seminaries around the world. Any questions, please call Linda Makler, Torah Fund Chair, 636-391-9965 or [email protected]
Recipients to return a self addressed envelope with donation to Kol Rinah Sisterhood.

Kol Rinah Sisterhood Torah Fund
Honoring the Faye Keyser Seudah Fund, in memory of Faye Keyser.
February 24 – May 28, 2021

The Kol Rinah Sisterhood is rolling out their 2021 Torah Fund Campaign! The theme of the campaign is B'Yachad, which means "together." The request for donations will be coming out soon. Although a donation of any amount is greatly welcome, a donation of any amount is greatly welcome, donations at the $180 level will receive a Torah Fund pin as a gift. As you know, our Torah Fund donations benefit the Conservative seminaries around the world. Any questions, please call Linda Makler, Torah Fund Chair, 636-391-9965 or [email protected]
Recipients to return a self addressed envelope with donation to Kol Rinah Sisterhood.

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7701 Maryland Ave
St. Louis, MO
63105

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Monday 9am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 3pm
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