Jewish Women’s Society Programs

Dear Sisters,

Join us for these fun programs this month:

1.  Bracha Jaffe Concert!   Bracha is incredible.  And she is coming to St. Louis on February 26th, which is such a treat!  Check out her singing one of my favorite songs:  Tickets are selling out fast, so book quick and be ready to sing and dance with me there!  Here’s the link to her flier and more concert information.

2.  Tuesday, February 7th     Lunch & Learn   11:30 am – 12:30 pm  Circle@Crown Cafe  Join me for our fun and inspiring Lunch & Learn. In this monthly class, we discover the Torah’s views on ethics and interpersonal relationships. Timeless wisdom for living!
P.S. If you plan on ordering a lunch, you may want to call ahead to order. The phone number is 314-412-4350. See their menu at  Circle@Crown Cafe, 8350 Delcrest Drive, St. Louis, MO 63124

3.  Save the dateFebruary 19, 2023   7:30 pm  Rav Gav is coming to St. Louis as our guest speaker at The Rabbi Noah Weinberg (a”h) Annual Memorial Lecture,  on the topic of “The Power of Speech — What goes on behind the scenes when we talk?”  Suggested donation $10  Hilton St. Louis Frontenac, 1335 South Lindbergh Blvd., St. Louis, MO  63131.  RSVP to 314-862-2474 or to
4.  Momentum applications are in full swing!  We had a fantastic open house this week, shout out to Nicole Loiterstein who hosted and was outstanding.  Since then, applications have been pouring in!  A few second-generation-trip participants plan to go with me!  Let your friends, sisters, daughters (!) know that if they would like to go on a free trip of a lifetime, they should apply asap at
Have a wonderful Shabbos,
Mimi David



My October 26, 2022 Jewish Light article on Women and the Mikvah Mitzvah:!

My podcast of my interview on the topic of Be Proud to be a Woman with Vera Kessler who leads America’s Top Rebbetzins.
I had the privilege of being interviewed on a podcast for women this week.  I chose a topic I really feel passionate about:–Be-Proud-to-Be-A-Woman-e1bomcq

Link for my favorite tune if you would like to listen to the famous Hamalach Hagoel singing the words of Yaakov’s blessing to his grandsons Menashe and Efraim (they are sung every night in the bedtime Shema).

My Rosh Hashana article below that appeared in the Jewish Light: