There’s always something going on at the Jewish Federation of St. Louis! Check out upcoming events on our calendar below and join us.
You’ll find that there’s something for everyone, from Jewish holiday celebrations to educational speaker series to meaningful philanthropic events. Plus, our programs for families with children and young adult engagement opportunities are always a good time. Click through each event listed below to find the details and RSVP.
Upcoming Events on the Calendar
The NORC Chair Yoga class is ongoing and focuses on flexibility, balance, stress relief, and camaraderie. Led by The J’s instructor Nancy LeClaire. RSVP to 442-3255.
All are welcome to a lively discussion of current events. RSVP to 442-3255.
The 2020 race for the US presidency has been characterized as one of the most polarizing, disputed, and vitriolic in our nation’s history. Set against the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic, the ensuing financial downturn, heightened racial tensions, and the specter of foreign meddling, the stakes couldn’t have been higher for each party – and for our country.
This interactive webinar will discuss the nature of creativity and what’s authentically Jewish about the imagination. We’ll look at how some of the world’s best thinkers and artists created rituals in space and time to unleash the muse in each of us and how personal inspiration can help us overcome dark days.
This is your opportunity to take a free virtual Hanukkah cooking class with Michael Solomonov, co-owner of Zahav, the 2019 James Beard Foundation award winner for Outstanding Restaurant, the first Israeli restaurant to win the award!
Join the Professional Society’s Women’s Initiative to discuss Brené Brown’s book Daring Greatly: How the Courage to Be Vulnerable Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent and Lead. We will engage in small-group discussions about how Brené’s call to lean into vulnerability can enhance our ability to live courageous and wholehearted personal and professional lives.
SESSION DATES December 13, January 10, February 14, March 14 11:30 am – 12:45 pm DECEMBER 13: JERUSALEM – A CENTER OF THREE GREAT MONOTHEISTIC RELIGIONS Jerusalem, a microcosm of Israel, will give us a window into the Land of Israel and its three monotheistic religions. Beginning with an overlook on the city, we…
Dress up like zombies and discover why there’s no place in the world like the Dead Sea. Bring this undead experience alive with interactive STEM activities explaining why things float in the Dead Sea, the importance of saving endangered animals, and preserving natural resources.