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.
15th Annual JProStl Recognition Luncheon Thursday, January 30, 2020 11:30 am-1:30 pm Nominations open October through November 2. The J 2 Millstone Campus Drive St. Louis, MO 63146 Co-Chairs: Jennifer Baer & Marian Gordon JProStl Special Events Chair: Liz Collins Click here to go to the event page to register.
Kol Rinah Young Families, PJ Library, the ADL, and We Stories are teaming up to facilitate a dialogue about diversity, racial equality, and inclusion – all through a Jewish lens. This three-part series will include sessions for both parents and children, and is geared toward children up to five years old and their families.
Center for Jewish Learning and the Jewish Community Relations Council present Two Evenings with Journalist Yair Rosenberg Tuesday, February 4, at 7 pm Seven Myths About Anti-Semitism: Why It’s So Hard To Fight and What To Do About It Kaplan Feldman Complex 12 Millstone Campus Dr., 63146 If you asked people on the street today…
Voted one of the “33 Most Inspiring Rabbis in America,” Rabbi Shefa Gold is a leader of the Alliance for Jewish Renewal and Director of the Center for Devotional, Energy, and Ecstatic Practice. She is a reknown spiritual music composer, performer, and author who trains rabbis, cantors, and lay leaders to become chant leaders. She is also a resource faculty for the Institute for Jewish Spirituality and a fellow for CLAL’s Rabbis Without Borders.
A night of fun, brain games, philanthropy, and a silent auction! Bring a team or join a table. Best team name wins a prize! Mulligans, Heads & Tails, Dead or Alive, and more! Attendees are encouraged to bring snacks and drinks.
Tu B’shevat (the 15th day of the Jewish month of Shevat) celebrates our connection to the Earth. We’re throwing a birthday party for the trees, including making family trees, planting seeds, eating fruits, creating earth-friendly crafts, and more!
Dr. Daniel Eisenberg is a an Assistant Professor of Diagnostic Imaging at Thomas Jefferson University School of Medicine and a practicing radiologist in the Department of Radiology at the Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia, where he was a former member of the hospital ethics committee and currently sits on the IRB. Dr. Eisenberg is an expert in the traditional Jewish approach to medical ethics issues. He is a noted lecturer in the area of Jewish medical ethics internationally, presenting to professional and lay audiences at conferences, schools, colleges, and synagogues.
Hankus Netsky, Founder and Director of the Klezmer Conservatory Band and Music Director for Itzhak Perlman’s Jewish music projects, performs with violinist and vocalist Eden MacAdam-Somer for a concert of Klezmer dance tunes, Yiddish folk songs, Hassidic melodies, and songs from the Yiddish Theatre.