RabbiJames Stone Goodman 314-361-3919 email@example.com Programs & Focus "I am a student of the word as it intersects with music and poetry." Hanukkah Hullabaloo, 2019 Photo: Bill Motchan Inner Judaism Join Rabbi Jim for an hour of music, poetry, and soulful reflection. Click here Wednesdays at 7:00 PM to join via Zoom. No Shande/No Shame (taking on the stigma of mental health-mental illness) A group lead by Rabbi Jim & Rabbi Susan that is devoted to support for those living with/around problems occasioned by mental health-mental illness. During this time of challenge we are moving to weekly meetings. Click here Sundays at 1:00 PM to join via Zoom Shalvah (means Serenity, support on addictions) Shalvah offers support for addictions and has been meeting in one form or another since 1981. Click here Mondays and Thursdays at 1:00 PM to join via Zoom. Stone's Salon A gathering of writers, musicians, and educators from St. Louis hosted by Rabbi James Stone Goodman. Stone’s Salon seeks to bring together poets, storytellers, academics, songwriters, and experimental artists from a cross-section of disciplines, age groups, and cultural divides.Stone's Salon will stream live on our homepage, Facebook, our Online Oneg, and YouTube. Bio "My special interest is Kabbalah, Jewish mysticism. I am always learning." Rabbi James Stone Goodman has an MFA in poetry writing from University of Missouri - St. Louis, and he studied classical Greek language and literature with Dr. George Carver at Arizona State University. He was trained as a Rabbi at Hebrew Union College and studied Classical Kabbalah with a manuscripts expert at the world-class Klau Library. Along with a small coalition of dedicated loyalists to the cause, Rabbi Jim has worked in addictions support, mental health, and prison outreach. He performs with several musical groups, all of which specialize in original materials based on traditional themes. Rabbi Jim has made ten CDs of original poetry, story, and music based on traditional forms, which you can sample here.