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November 2019 Sisterhood Message

As the High Holidays are past, we look forward to starting afresh in 5780, hoping to improve on the years past. Sisterhood’s annual Break the Fast, generously supported by Steve and Nancy Keyser through the Faye Keyser Seudah Fund, and Supper in the Sukkah are now lovely memories.

As we look at the past, we happily remember Grace Kalina’s beautiful Bat Mitzvah and the opportunity to provide the Kiddush luncheon that day. We...Read more...

September 2019 Sisterhood Message

It’s difficult to begin our column as usual with information about an interesting program or a Kiddush the Sisterhood is doing. As we write, the horror of the murders of the last several weeks is still new. By the time you read this, the shock may be moderated but not the sorrow, outrage and once again the worry about what these events mean for our country and our Jewish community. We send a message of healing and strength to the many...Read more...

July 2019 Sisterhood Message

It is summer and it feels like summer! We are in the midst of our annual Honey from the Heart campaign, to send jars of honey to your family and friends. The price is $12 per jar, and there is FREE shipping through August 5th. Please go to the Kol Rinah website or call or stop by the office to send this thoughtful gift for a sweet
upcoming 5780.

We celebrated Mother’s Day and Father’s Day with our members coming to Craft...Read more...

May 2019 Sisterhood Message

Spring has finally sprung! We had beautiful weather on April 7th, the date of our annual Torah Fund luncheon, a lovely event that raised funds to benefit the five international Conservative Seminaries. Thank you to all who made it so sweet. The monies raised, the camaraderie of Kol Rinah members, the hard work of those who helped in the cooking, buying and presenting, were exemplified by Linda Makler’s attention to detail. Of course we need...Read more...

March 2019 Sisterhood Message

The calendar keeps moving forward and spring is almost upon us. Even in February we get glimpses of its coming. Hopefully, soon, worries about polar vortexes and weird cold weather will be past us and we can settle in to enjoying several nice months before worrying about the beastly hot ‘vortexes’ which may invade us.

A large thank you to all who braved the frigid weather by attending Michael Faccini’s Bar Mitzvah on January...Read more...

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...

Join us for Torah Fund on April 7th!

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, 

Cost: $10 per person and a donation to Torah Fund

RSVP...

January 2019 Sisterhood Message

The start of the secular new year gives us another chance to look both backward and forward. Since the last newsletter, much has happened to make the world feel less safe for so many people, including us as Jews. The recent UN report on European anti-Semitism confirms both widespread ignorance of the Holocaust by many, and the rising spread of anti Jewish sentiment and actions. While much already has and will be written about this, the...Read more...

November 2018 Sisterhood Message

The High Holidays have ended leaving us with wonderful memories of the start of 5779. Thank you to all who attended the Study with the Scholars program on September 5, the Sisterhood’s Break the Fast dinner and our annual Supper in the Sukkah.

Thinking of fall and cooling temperatures, we’re excitedly looking forward to watching the progress on our new Maryland Avenue synagogue as construction starts. Kol Rinah Sisterhood has made...Read more...

September 2018 Sisterhood Message

As your new Co-Presidents, Joyce Gang and Susan Brown, we’re humbled and nervous to be filling this role. Micki Kingsley has been President of Sisterhood for ten years, and shepherded us through simchas, sorrows, fun and transitions. She leaves a strong legacy and we are looking forward to her knowledge, advice and good humor guiding us forward.

As background, Joyce, married to Allen Levin, was a long time member of Shaare...Read more...

Tue, January 28 2020 2 Shevat 5780