Led by Artist and NORC Member Ed Farber, No experience needed. Space is limited.
Learn of available information on prescription meds, over-the-counter meds, supplements and interactions, different types of complementary and alternative therapies. Gain awareness learn of regulatory processes, manufacturer’s claims, and more.
This year’s theme is: The Future is Bright: Highlight the Work of our Professionals. Join us on Thursday, January 31, 2019 at The J’s Staenberg Family Complex for the annual celebration of our community’s professionals!
Basics of iPhone usage. Must have an Apple iPhone fully charged for this class.
Interested in connecting with members from all divisions of the Professional Society and enjoying a wonderful breakfast? Join us at the
Ritz for a morning of both! The Professional Society invites you to meet a select group of Jewish professionals for the inaugural gathering of The Breakfast Connection. It will be a great way to actually get to know other members!
Join the community for a special Shabbat evening with author and Kansas City religious leader, Rabbi Mark Levin. Rabbi Levin’s book will be available that evening for a suggested $20 donation. This event is open to the community. Everyone is welcome to join!
Please join us for one of these upcoming dinner parties hosted by fellow alumni, and be part of the conversation!
February 21, 2019 7 pm Hilton St. Louis Frontenac Hotel Ambassadeur Ballroom 1335 S. Lindbergh, Blvd. St. Louis, MO 63131 Cost is $36. Valet parking included. Join us for an inspiring evening at which 29 local Jewish women’s organizations will be featured and celebrated! Enjoy food from all of the local kosher caterers and…
We will be eating bagels, drinking mimosas, and making blessing bags and cards for shelters and people who are homeless. We are asking attendees to bring diapers, towels, socks, or new t-shirts to donate to shelters so more people can keep warm this winter!
Jewish community members and their spouses/partners who identify as an interfaith couple are invited to travel to Israel as part of a special cohort. Create community with your fellow participants as you learn from each other and navigate what it means to be an interfaith couple in St. Louis. This trip is designed to engage couples with Israel and understand the importance of the land, culture, people and economy from the perspective of each other’s faith.