Jewish Women’s Society Programs

Dear Sisters,

Enjoy a meaningful, fun and peaceful Shabbat!

Join me this month for these inspiring programs: 

Tuesday, December 6th       Lunch & Learn  — Be the Best You!  11:30 am – 12:30 pm  In this monthly class, we discover the Torah’s views on ethics and interpersonal relationships. Timeless wisdom for living!    Circle@Crown Cafe, 8350 Delcrest Drive, St. Louis, MO 63124    P.S. If you plan on ordering a lunch, you may want to call ahead to order at 314-412-4350. See their menu at crowncenterstl.org/cafe.

Wednesday, December 7th  Challah Club at Aish  7 pm Join our fun and yummy Challah Club. We meet the first Wednesday of each month (subject to change) and make enough challah to last the entire month. Please bring your own tray to carry home your challah.  Reserve your spot now!  Fee Dec – May $105.

Monday, December 12th  Mama’s in Pajamas  8:30   See Chanukah in a new light this year. Join me next on zoom onlyMonday from the comfort of your home.

Save the Dates!  Sunday, December 25th and Monday, December 26th   Aish’s Discovery Seminar Two-day event from 10 am – 3 pm for the whole family at Torah Prep Girl’s School.  Adult classes presented by Rabbi Leiby Burnham and Rabbi Cory A. Friedman.  Super-fun activities both days for children ages 5 – 12 (Chanukah donut decorating, Mad Science, and Arcade Truck). Babysitting also available both days. Kosher Chinese lunch on Sunday, Deli Bar lunch on Tuesday.  For more information, call 314-862-2474 or email cwolff@aish.com

Looking forward,

Mimi

 

 

 

 

 

 

In the meantime,  here’s the link for my October 26, 2022 Jewish Light article on Women and the Mikvah Mitzvah:  https://stljewishlight.org/lifestyles/three-myths-that-keep-women-from-the-mikvah-mitzvah/!

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!

In case you missed it, click on my Rosh Hashana article below that appeared in this week’s Jewish Light:https://stljewishlight.org/top-story/is-rosh-hashanah-a-serious-day-or-not/