Jewish Women’s Society Programs

Dear Sisters,

Enjoy the first shabbat of the New Year 5783!  From my family to yours, we wish you all a G’mar Chatimah Tovah — May you be written and sealed in the Book of Life!

In case you missed it, click on my Rosh Hashana article below that appeared in this week’s Jewish Light:


Looking forward,
Mimi David
Join us for these upcoming programs:

Sunday, October 2nd  Open House  4 pm  for Couples’ Israel Trip from April 30 –
May 10, 2023 at the home of Mike and Barbara Towerman. Join my husband and me as we discuss our extraordinary new itinerary and many more details.  RSVP to mimidavid@aish.com for the address and invite other couples whom you think may be interested in this trip.  If you’re unable to attend and are interested in this trip, join us virtually at zoom.us/j/9699246316
Meeting ID 9699246316   Dial in:  1-312-626-6799

Wednesday, October 5th   Yom Kippur Educational Services in 2 locations  10 am
U City Shul with Rabbi Shmuel Greenwald, 700 North & South Road, St. Louis, MO 63130
Nusach Hari Bnai Zion with Rabbi Yosef David, 650 North Price Road, St. Louis, MO 63132 (Children’s Program, too) All services and classes are free and no membership is required.  Please consider making a gift to Aish in honor of the High Holidays.
Sponsored in loving memory of Leib ben Yaakov (Lou Fine) by Ken Fine

Tuesday, October 25th  7 pm at Aish  Open House for Women’s Israel Renew U Trip in February 2023.  This trip is specifically created for a small group of women that includes next-level experiences in touring, learning, personal growth and wellness.  RSVP to me as soon as possible at mimidavid@aish.com.  

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

 

In cased you missed it, here’s the podcast of my interview on the topic of Be Proud to be a Woman with Vera Kessler who leads America’s Top Rebbetzins.

The words of Yaakov’s blessing to his grandsons Menashe and Efraim are sung every night in the bedtime Shema.  Here’s my favorite tune for the famous Hamalach Hagoel:

I had the privilege of being interviewed on a podcast for women this week.  I chose a topic I really feel passionately about:)  Here’s the link if you would like to listen!