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Led by Artist Joanne Szapszewicz, express thoughts and emotions through creativity at this monthly art group. Artist journal required for class. Space is limited. RSVP to 442-3255.
This Community Book Talk is presented by Metro St. Louis Committee for the Commemoration of the Armenian Genocide, Holy Virgin Mary and Shoghagat Armenian Church, St. Gregory the Illuminator Armenian Church, the Holocaust Museum & Learning Center, the Center for Jewish Learning and the Jewish Federation of St. Louis.
Travel to charming Edwardsville, the third oldest city in the state of Illinois, in style and comfort.
Enjoy breakfast with the men of NORC. Cost on own.
Play Jeopard and Wheel of Fortune.
Israel Pickholtz is the author of Endogamy: One Family, One People. He began working seriously on his family’s genealogies in 1994. His flagship work is the Pikholz Project, which serves to identify and reconnect all Pikholz descendants.
A luncheon presentation about Bitcoin, Blockchain and the uses and exchanges for cryptocurrency.
Participants will spend three days in a collective and interactive setting, learning classic Mussar spiritual practices such as chanting, journaling, meditation and kabbalot that will sharpen attendees’ Mussar perspectives.
How can one become kinder? What’s the path to becoming more sensitive and caring with regard to the needs of others? This is a question the Mussar masters have been addressing for over 1,000 years.
Dr. Zornberg is a Jerusalem-based educator, scholar and philosopher. Her lectures and books are a sophisticated mix of traditional Jewish exegesis, Hassidic texts, Western philosophy, psychoanalytic literature, poetry and more.