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Kol Rinah Brotherhood

Brotherhood Annual Meeting, January 6, 2020: Celebrating Jewish and Proud

The Kol Rinah Brotherhood is a service organization to the shul, the community, and the members of Men’s Club. Its objectives...Read more...

November 2020 Brotherhood Message

IT’S REALLY FALL Our trip around the sun has brought us to autumn with shorter days, leaves ablaze in color and cooler nights as we head toward winter. With the fall season comes the annual Brotherhood Steak & Scotch in the Sukkah ‒ with a Taste of Talmud, but this year it was virtual. We couldn’t “smell that smoke.” We have gladly welcomed the return of Shabbat morning services, albeit by live streaming, and we continue to look...Read more...

Virtual Steak & Scotch

Steak and Scotch in Your (Virtual?) Sukkah with a taste of Talmud Sunday, October 4, 2020 6:30 pm via Zoom meeting We will have a virtual Steak and Scotch in your Sukkah. Sukkah not required but desired. We will have dinner together (but separately) in a Zoom session. Fish and Veggie options are available - it's your home... Of course we'll have a taste of Talmud. Come sample your Scotch (or Bourbon) with us. Everyone is welcome. BYOB...Read more...

September 2020 Brotherhood Message

IT’S ALMOST FALL AND TIME FOR CHANGE This is my last Brotherhood article for the Voice. For health reasons, I decided to step down as Brotherhood president. The Brotherhood Board of Directors elected Bob Olshan as president to serve until our election of officers in December.  I’d like to thank all the men of the Brotherhood for their support. The Brotherhood does an incredible amount of work to bring our men together to create a...Read more...

May 2020 Brotherhood Message

THE SUN’LL COME OUT TOMORROW, TOMORROW … I always thought that song was more than a little hokey. And when my daughters were very young and watched Annie a million times, I had a hard time coping with that song. However, few of us have experienced this kind of scary crisis before, so now that song takes on more meaning with its message of hope that things will get better. Brotherhood, like everyone else, has cancelled or postponed all its...Read more...

March 2020 Brotherhood Message

CH-CH-CH-CH CHANGES …

A salute to David Bowie with changes at Men’s Club. The biggest change is the name: Kol Rinah Brotherhood is the new moniker. Men’s Clubs across the country have been making that change for several reasons. Upmost, is that the word club has a somewhat old-fashioned undertone, leading to drops in membership and difficulty in recruitment. But we are not changing in name only. We have restructured the...Read more...

January 2020 Brotherhood Message

HAPPY SECULAR NEW YEAR! The start of a new year brings a fresh start and perhaps new places. December was a quiet month for the Men’s Club. No special events, but some organizational activity that will lead to new officers elected in January. We can announce that this year’s guest for the Sports Dinner is pioneering sports announcer Ron Jacober. Jacober took television broadcasting to a new level while working as the Sports Director of...Read more...

November 2019 Men's Club Message

ALREADY IT’S TIME FOR THANKSGIVING?!

Where did the year go? It really is true – the older one gets, the faster time flies. But, enough rumination.

The High Holiday Usher Corps is an activity of the Men’s Club. We recruit ushers to assist those attending our High Holiday services so that things run smoothly, and everyone feels welcomed. I would like to thank the following who volunteered this past holiday season and made...Read more...

Town Hall 2019: Ethics Reform in St. Louis and Missouri


The Panelists

A part of the standing room only crowd

Monday, September 16, 2019, Kol Rinah hosted a Town Hall titled: "Ethics of our...Read more...

September 2019 Men's Club Message

With All The Tragedy In The World – A Time For Peace As I write this article, I am still reeling from the tragedies in El Paso and Dayton. Like me, by now you have read too many news stories and editorials, watched too many TV news stories and have developed your own thoughts and position. But that still has not eased the pain and grief in my heart for the innocent victims and for what these senseless acts of hate and terror are doing to the...Read more...

Share Your KR Pride!

Fri, November 27 2020 11 Kislev 5781