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Whether you are a member or a friend, you are welcome at CRC. Please join us at our upcoming services, programs or events
The CRC office is closed Monday, May 29 - Wednesday, May 31 for Memorial Day and Shavuot.
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Wholeness: “Holistic Healthcare: The Mental/ Emotional/
Physical/ Spiritual aspects of your Health”
Join Triple Chai as we welcome a discussion with chiropractor, Dr. Linda Pecaut and Integrated Nutrition Practitioner and Holistic Health Coach, Denna Kakouris. Contact Claire Hyman or Anita Wilson at 314-878-3502 to let us know you plan to attend. Please bring one dish to share: M-Z, a salad or side dish; A-L, an entree.
This summer will mark the third yahrzeit of Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi, who passed away on July 3, 2014. Reb Zalman, as he was affectionately known, was a creative force in the world of spirituality for many decades. the founder of the Jewish Renewal movement, Reb Zalman combined deep roots in Jewish (especially Hasidic) teachings with a great appreciation for and knowledge of other spiritual traditions (religious and secular) and a technological savviness that gave him insight into where it all might fit into the future. Before he died, Reb Zalman wrote three major works that leave us with ways to incorporate his wisdom and practices into our lives: “Jewish With Feeling (2005), Credo Of A Modern Kabbalist (2006), and Integral Halachah (2007). In this class, we will study and discuss selected
passages from these books. The texts will be provided and it is not necessary for you to have read or have the books in your
possession in order to come to class.
Beginners will learn to knit and create a beautiful, warm scarf that will be given to a child at the wonderful National Council of Jewish Women's "Back to School Store" held the end of July. Experienced knitters are welcome and invited to knit children's hats, scarves, or even to work on their own projects. Directions are provided for children's hats and scarves. Instruction, Encouragement, Repairs, Camaraderie, Laughter and a little Nosh Guaranteed!
Come to as many sessions as you can! Limit- 10 knitters. (Adults 18+ please)
Needle sizes and yarn will depend on project. Beginners bring 10" long, size 10 1/2 needles and 2 skeins of soft, chunky yarn. Hat makers-bring 16 inch, round needles, size 8 and worsted yarn. Yarn can be purchased at Michael's craft stores.
RSVP to Megan at email@example.com or 314-361-1564 ext. 100.
All are welcome who want to question and explore.
What is so very amazing about this time? Who were the main players? What were the issues? Who won? Why did they win? Who lost?Why did they lose? What were the issues at the end of BCE that influenced CE? What took the place of the 2nd Temple? Who was Jesus? What did he do? What didn’t he do? Why? What was Messiah to the people of the time? Why did they want one? Why did they pick the one they picked? What does all or any of this mean to us today
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All Fridays at 7:30 pm
All Saturdays at 9:30 am
All Saturdays at 10:00 am
Saturday, June 17
Bar Mitzvah of Joel Blumoff
Saturday, June 24
Bat Mitzvah of Eve Rosenblum