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.
Organizations are invited to bring a team to participate in a series of in-depth, hands-on planning workshops. You will work on strategies for your organization given various potential scenarios reflecting on the next two years. This is an opportunity to examine your values, vision, capabilities, and assets to make decisions around what your organization might be doing and how to do it given the changing environment.
The Financial Services and Business/Real Estate Divisions of Professional Society and YPD are excited to present a program that will explore this now legal business in Missouri.
Dr. Elai Rettig is the Israel Institute Teaching Fellow in Israeli and Environmental Studies at Washington University in St. Louis. In this four-part series, Professor Rettig will explore the history of Israel’s foreign policy relationship with the US, including the role that diaspora Jewish communities play in Israel’s foreign policy and Israel’s changing role in the Middle East with the recent UAE agreement.
The Spanish island of Majorca is known for its beach resorts, limestone mountains, and Moorish remains. But Majorca holds a secret, never discussed in most travel guides. During the Inquisition, the Crypto-Jews or Chuetas publicly professed Catholicism while privately adhering to Judaism. Still, hundreds of Jews were murdered and only 15 families survived.
Engaging Millennials in Jewish Life with Aliza Kline, M.P.A. Monday, October 19 | Noon-1 pm Aliza Kline is a dynamic leader and social entrepreneur. She is the co-founder and CEO of OneTable, empowering young adults to become producers of Jewish life by hosting (and guesting!) Shabbat dinners that feel authentic, sustainable, and valuable. Aliza…
Here’s your opportunity to meet other parents and discuss how to have engaging conversations with our next generation in this moment. Hear about and discuss our racial equity habits in parenting during this interactive learning webinar with Yavilah McCoy, a pioneer of the Jewish diversity and equity movement and advocate and mentor for the empowerment of a transglobal community of Jews of Color.