Purim Schedule & Mishloach Manot

Wednesday, March 20, Erev Purim 5:30-6:30 pm Family dairy dinner and Purim Costume preparation (RSVP required – Adults $10, Children $5) 6:30 pm Children’s parade and costume introductions 6:45 pm Children’s Megillah Service 7:00 pm Mincha 7:45 pm (Maariv) Evening Service and Adult Megillah Reading with Purim Shpiel interludes (All are welcome) 8:45 pm Adults-Only…

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New BABY Shabbat

Kol Rinah welcomes the newest members of our family! Saturday, March 30 10:30 Join us for snacks & playing while parents shmooze. 10:45 Totally Tot Shabbat in the Community Room or services in the sanctuary. 11:45 babies will receive a special blessing and a gift from Kol Rinah near the end of the main service. stay for a Great Kiddush to follow….

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Kol Rinah Sisterhood Annual Torah Fund Luncheon and Program

Kol Rinah Sisterhood Annual Torah Fund Luncheon and Program Sunday, April 7, 2019 at 1:00 pm Please join us in support of the Jewish Theological Seminaries Everyone is welcome! Guest speaker is Karen Aroesty, REGIONAL DIRECTOR, ADL HEARTLAND Cost: $10 per person and a donation to Torah Fund RSVP to: KolRinahStl.org Linda Makler: golchamp@aol.com Kol…

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Parents Night Out

Saturday, April 13, 8:30 PM Parents (without kids) are invited to a night of socializing and bowling at Moolah We will have some lanes reserved for bowling and parents can also enjoy food and drink while getting to know each other Havdalah at 8:30 followed by bowling and mingling with drinks and food available for…

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“What can we build, how will we grow? Together.”

Kol Rinah is inviting our St. Louis community to a conversation in Open Space. (Open space is a meeting without an agenda. Only a question.) October 27, 2019 • 9 am-5 pm at Kol Rinah • 7100 Maryland Ave. “What can we build, how will we grow? Together.” We are inviting our community to help…

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Jewish Writers Workshop

Are you a closet writer? Have you been writing for years but have never shared your work? Then share and develop your writing skills at the Jewish Writers Workshop at Kol Rinah and receive feedback. The free workshop is open to writers of fiction, non-fiction, memoir, personal essays and poetry. Whether published or not published,…

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