Hazzanut: The Jewish Cantorial Tradition–Past, Present, and Future

Hazzanut— the cantorial rendering of Jewish liturgy— has roots going back centuries, in both the Ashkenazic and Sephardic communities. Originating in the rather humble figure of the shaliah tsibbur— the congregant who would lead the public prayer service— the cantorial role went on to become gradually professionalized. In recent times, the hazzan emerged as a…

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Men’s Club Presents WORLD-WIDE WRAP

Come and be counted: Our Men’s Club has pledged to draw 30 wrappers to the FJMC’s World Wide Wrap. Celebrate the Mitzvah of Tefillin with us. There will be extra sets and personal trainers to help you through the process. Stay for a fabulous bagel breakfast (and more), as we will discuss “Wrapping Yourself Up with God.”…

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Trivia Night Saturday, March 2, 2019

Sponsored by Kol Rinah’s Sisterhood and Men’s Club with Master of Ceremonies and “Trivia Maven” Burton Boxerman. LOCATION: Temple Israel, 1 Rabbi Alvan D. Rubin Dr. (Ladue & Spoede) Doors will open at 6:30pm. Play will begin at 7:00pm. $ Cash Prizes for first 3 winning tables $ Soft drinks and snacks provided. Feel free to…

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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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