Jewish Women’s Society Programs

Dear Sisters,

I invite you to join me for these upcoming classes: 

Monday, October 25th  Mamas in Pajamas 8:30 pm (open to all women — virtual)
Lessons from the weekly Torah portion

zoom.us/j/9699246316   dial in: 1-312-626-6799, 9699246316

Wednesday, October 27th  Salon Series:  Introduction to Tehillim/Psalms  7 pm
(in person and virtual)

Aish Firehouse, 457 North Woods Mill Road, Chesterfield, MO 63017
zoom.us/j/9699246316  dial: 1-312-626-6799, meeting id 9699246316

Looking forward,

Mimi David

COVID guidelines:  Masks are required for your safety and the safety of others.  If you don’t feel well, please join us virtually.

For more information about The Jewish Women’s Society of St. Louis, contact Mimi David at mimidavid@aish.com

 

A Shabbos Message for My Sisters from Mimi…October/16/2021 Cheshvan/10/5782

Hi Sisters!!

As we all know, the more you sacrifice for something, the more you become connected to that thing.  We sacrifice everything for our children (starting in utero!), and we are highly connected to our kids.  We invest a tremendous amount of ourselves into marriage, and that is how we become one with our spouse.  Someone who puts her heart and soul into a cause or an organization becomes extremely connected to that cause.
This week’s Torah portion, Parshas Lech Lecha, is all about the sacrifices of Abraham and Sarah.  Tested time and again, whether it was by moving all over the place, not having children for many, many years, facing famine or the threat of Sarah being abducted by Pharoah, over and over again they were asked to sacrifice.  The question is, what or who were they sacrificing for?  The answer is simple.  They were sacrificing for G-d.
We know that this formula worked for Abraham and Sarah.  They sacrificed so much, and they ended up so, so connected.  They were asked to give up so much, but they gained the deepest relationship possible with our Creator.  Shabbos involves sacrifice.  Disconnecting from technology, walking instead of driving, not doing any work that day is a sacrifice of sorts.  But the formula for connection works here, too:  the more you sacrifice for Shabbos, the more connected to it you will be.  If your relationship with Shabbos is feeling a bit pareve, try doing more for it.  Give a little of yourself to Shabbos, and soon you will see it is a part of your life you cannot live without.
Have a wonderful Shabbos!

Mimi David
We are working on a private trip to Israel this spring, for St. Louis women (or former STL women) only!  Small group of women, best tour guides, deeper level trip and deeper learning.  Contact me for more details!

PS:   Lots of fun classes coming up!  We feel so blessed that we are able to restart some of our favorite in-person programs  so that we can be together again!

Monday, October 25:  8:30 pm Mamas in Pajamas (virtual)
zoom.us/j/9699246316   meeting ID 9699246316   Dial in:  1-312-626-6799

Wednesday, October 27th, Salon Series:  Tehillim:  Songs of the Soul  7 pm (in person and virtual).  Join me for an in-depth look at the relevance and meaning of King David’s psalms   Aish Firehouse, 457 North Woods Mill Road, Chesterfield, MO 63017  zoom.us/j/9699246316  meeting ID 9699246316  Dial in:  1-312-626-6799

COVID guidelines at Aish:  masks required for your safety as well as for the safety of others.  If you’re not feeling well, please join us virtually.

For more information about The Jewish Women’s Society of St. Louis, contact Mimi David at mimidavid@aish.com