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Have your Shmura Matza waiting for you in Israel

Hillel Levin
 

Healthy Specialty Shmura Matzot in Israel

Coming to Israel for Pesach, we can arrange to have your matza at your hotel, or apartment before you arrive

 

NEW NEW NEW

KEHUNA MATZOT ORGANIC hand Whole Grain Shmura matza

Under Rav Mordechai Gross shlita, the Gaavad of the Chanichei Hayeshivos community in Bnei Brak and head of the Badatz Vaadas Mehadrin, and Rabbi Meir Mazuz Rosh Yeshiva Kessi Rachamim Yeshiva.   (This will be baked fresh in Petach Tikvah just after Purim.)

KEHUNA MATZOT ORGANIC  hand shmura Whole Wheat

Kilo 14 Hand Whole Wheat matzot………………  140 NIS

1/2 Kilo 7 Hand Whole Wheat matzot…………  80 NIS

 

KEHUNA MATZOT ORGANIC  Hand shmura Whole Spelt

 

Kilo 14 Hand Spelt matzot………………………  210 NIS

1/2 Kilo 7 Hand Spelt matzot…………………   115 NIS

 

GF Gluten Free Hand Shmura Oat Matza

GF Oat Hand Shmura Matza package of  3 matzot  (approx 200 grams) Lakewood Matzoh Company,  Rav Shmuel Meir Katz: Dayan Lakewood and Rav Mordechai Betzalel Klein; Satmar Dayan of Lakewood.     115 NIS each

 

GF Hand Shmura Oat Matza Shvorim (broken pieces) .   These are baked by the GF Oat Chabura under supervision of either Eida Charedi  or Rabbi Mordechai Gross of Bnei Brak.  500 gram boxes …. 235 NIS

 

MACHINE Whole Organic Shmura Spelt  Lakewood Matzot Company brand (all baked in Kiryat Gat)    … under Rabbi Mordechai Gross of Bnei Brak ……18 Minute . 1 LB. (454 gram) boxes   75 NIS/box    (12 matzot)

 

Please place your order today, so that I can be sure to have what you need. (Payment at time of pickup)

 

To order: hillel.leib@...

 

Hillel Levin the Matza Man

 

Hillel Levin
Ma'ale Adumim; overlooking Yerushalayim, Ir HaKodesh for 3000 years.
Connecting with my brothers and sisters!
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Shwekey Concert Update #ShwekeyintheLou

Linda Markowitz
 

St. Louis Kollel Presents

Yaakov Shwekey

Live And In Concert

At Jewish Unity Live 2020

Tickets on Sale Now!

 

Sunday, March 15th

Anheuser-Busch Performance Hall

Touhill Performing Arts Center

One University Boulevard

St. Louis, Missouri 63121 

 

Concert starts at 7pm
Doors open at 6:30pm


Tickets $25 General admission
$50 Reserved seating
$100 Sponsor ticket

www.stlkollel.com

 

For more info call 314 726-6047

office@...


Charlie Harary visits St. Louis on March 2

MTI office
 

MTI invites the entire community to an evening with the world renowned inspirational speaker Charlie Harary, who will speak on the topic of “The Eyes of Greatness-How to See the Invisible”. Monday evening, March 2nd at 7:30 PM. Light refreshments to follow. 1809 Clarkson Road in Chesterfield. Dedicated in memory of Greg Fox obm, commemorating his 4th yahrtzeit. There is no charge for this event. To RSVP or for any questions, please email gregfoxevent@... or call the Yeshiva at 636-778-1896 x108.

 

 

MRS. DEBBIE GRAFF
OFFICE MANAGER

 

 

Missouri-Torah-Institute-Logo-FINAL-5-18-15

   1809 Clarkson Road
    Chesterfield, MO 63017

   Office: 636-778-1896 x 100
    www.missouritorah.org                                                                                 

motivate. transform. inspire.

Empowering the Next Generation of Bnei Torah

 

Click below to see our school video!

 

2018-2019 Promo Video Image

 


Mirowitz Center activities for March

Susan Kemppainen
 

At https://schedulesplus.com/covplace/kiosk/dspschedules.do you can view and register for all of our events. Movies and game times do not require registration, only programs and special events. "Like" and "follow" the Mirowitz Center FB page for updates! All the listed programs take place at the Mirowitz Center in Covenant Place II Cahn Family Building, 8 Millstone Campus Drive, 314-733-9813. If you would like an email of the all the programs for the month of March, please email me at skemppainen@.... Thanks!

 

Monday, March 2, 2:00-3:30pm

Ethical Issues in a Changing World

This no-cost discussion, led by professional speaker Gerald Bruder, encourages you to examine concepts of right and wrong in an enjoyable and participative way. Gerald has made thousands of presentations for business, governments, universities, and professional organizations all over the world. His sessions encourage active group participation, and have been acclaimed for their thought-provoking, entertaining, and motivational impact. 

 

Tuesday – March 24, 2:00pm 3:00pm

Reflections and Insights of a Police Chaplain

Rabbi Mark L. Shook, Rabbi Emeritus of Temple Israel, will be speaking about his work as a Police Chaplain for more than 30 years. He is the coordinating chaplain for the St. Louis County Police Chaplaincy Program and also serves as a Police Chaplain for the city of Creve Coeur. No cost.

 

Sunday – March 29, 10:00am 12:00pm

Matzah Bakery

Re-experience the Exodus at The Matzah Bakery, now coming to the Mirowitz Center! The Matzah Bakery is a hands-on educational resource that combines dough mixing, Matzah rolling and good old-fashioned fun to bring the joy of the Passover holiday to life! This experience gives each participant the chance to make his or her own Matzah, as did our ancestors over 3,300 years ago and have continued to do every year since. From mixing the flour and the water to rolling the dough to baking the Matzahs, participate in every stage of the process.  This program is co-sponsored by Chabad of Chesterfield. Cost $5.

 

 

 

Susan Kemppainen

VOLUNTEER/ACTIVITY PROGRAM COORDINATOR

MIROWITZ CENTER AT COVENANT PLACE

314-432-1610, ext. 1112   OFFICE

 

skemppainen@...

8 Millstone Campus Drive

Suite 2000

St. Louis, MO 63146-6004

  

 

Click here to view our calendar

 

 


We Can't Take It With Us Part 2

Rochelle Medow
 

Looking for a good home for the following.  We are moving at the beginning of next week, so these things have to go ASAP:

1 vertical 4 drawer file cabinet

1 beige 2 drawer lateral file cabinet

a weight bench

assorted house plants

framed poster (see picture)

gilded frame with 21x27 opening.  Would look great with a mirror in it. (see picture)


Please call or text me at 314 322 8318.







Chelle Medow


Informational program on the Novel Coronavirus 2019

Phyllis
 

“The Novel Coronavirus 2019” – Next Sunday, February 23rd 
All are invited next Sunday, February 23 at 7 pm to an informational program at Bais Abraham by infectious disease specialists Drs. Morey Gardner, Tessa Gardner, Michael Gutwein, and Greg Storch. Garth Silberstein will add a Jewish/halachic perspective. There will be a question and answer period as well. Topics to be discussed include: overview of the coronavirus; public health issues; reasonable precautions people can take when traveling; and more….


New Shidduch Initiative for singles

Zaigazunt Group of Foundations
 


Free podcast for singles and parents! 

Epsiode 14: Men and Women’s Challenges in Shidduchim / Jewish dating.

In today's episode we discuss the guys’ and girl’s challenges in Shidduchim from planning a date to meeting the families. Hear from the Shadchan and the Singles!
We cover many different areas of where the girls have it tougher including break ups, resumes, and the emotional aspect of dating. 
Also, highlighted are some of the challenges for guys when it comes to the logistics of dating, which we discuss with our callers in a humorous and thoughtful way. 

the Nobody Talks Shidduchim Podcast by the Zaigazunt Shidduch Organization. An audio series about Shidduchim and American Jewish Dating. This is a free podcast that simply tries to help young singles in shidduchim with common dating issues and struggles.

https://linktr.ee/nobodytalksshiduchim 


Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/nobody-talks-shidduchim/id1479217367 

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6IUuGlrgkNx1yijdVP3FBB?si=qd521B6tTXSZ7mTZEdxQeg 

Questions can be sent to nobodytalkspodcast@... 


Caring for ourselves and the community!

Jill Mogil
 






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Subject: Empowering the Women of our Orthodox Community!

Caring for Ourselves & the Community
Join Taharath Israel & Sharsheret Supports as we celebrate and empower the women of our Orthodox community!
Wednesday, February 19, 7:30pm
The J
Staenberg Family Complex/Creve Coeur
FREE but RSVP requested 
A look at Jewish values and the implications for women’s health and wellness. Discussions will include:
The Mikvah’s Role in a Spiritual and Physical Balance
– The spiritual component combined with focusing on your body in preparation
How to Care for a Family Member/Friend in Need
– Including support programs from Sharsheret
How to Be Your Healthiest Healthy; Gatekeeper of Your Personal Health
– Finding time to take care of yourself and the importance of doing so
– Myths that cause confusion or unnecessary uncertainty
KNOW the Facts, LEARN the Risks, TAKE Action
– Importance of knowing your family history and increased cancer genetic risk factors
– How to gather your family history and why having it is important to you and your family
To register, contact: 
Debbi Braunstein, 314.442.3266
Tonia Levison, St. Louis Mikvah

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So much HJ's news to share!

Susan Kemppainen
 

Lots of HJ’s Café news to share with you!

1.       NEW menus, including hot breakfast!

2.       Dinner To-Go!

3.       Catering For a Cause!

4.       Brunch – Sweetheart Brunch 2/16 and new “First Sunday Brunch” every month from 10 am – 2 pm!

5.       Please like, follow, and share the HJ’s Café Facebook page.

Thanks for supporting HJ’s Café!

 

Susan Kemppainen

VOLUNTEER/ACTIVITY PROGRAM COORDINATOR

MIROWITZ CENTER AT COVENANT PLACE

314-432-1610, ext. 1112   OFFICE

 

skemppainen@...

8 Millstone Campus Drive

Suite 2000

St. Louis, MO 63146-6004

  

 

Click here to view our calendar

 

 


Shwekey Coming To The Lou

Linda Markowitz
 

St. Louis Kollel Presents

Yaakov Shwekey

Live And In Concert

At Jewish Unity Live 2020

 

One Night Only!

​We're making St. Louis history.

Don't miss this ​once in a lifetime event, not to be missed!

 

Sunday, March 15th

Anheuser-Busch Performance Hall

Touhill Performing Arts Center

One University Boulevard

St. Louis, Missouri 63121 

 

Concert starts at 7pm Doors open at 6:30pm


Tickets go on sale Monday, February 17th

www.stlkollel.com

 

For more info call 314 726-6047

office@...


NHBZ Pizza Night is Back... Sunday,February 23 from 5-7 p.m

Nusach Hari B'nai Zion
 

Nusach Hari's PIZZA NIGHT  Is BACK on Sunday, February 23, 2020 from 5-7 p.m., Enjoy all-you-can-eat Kosher pizza, pasta, salad, garlic bread, dessert and a beverage. Plus, a visit from the Balloon Guy for the kids.  Cost $12 adults /$6 Kids. Hope to see you there! Under the supervision of Rabbi Ze’ev Smason
Carry out ? email jeff@... before 10am Feb. 23


Check out our new flyer..Attached below.


We Can't Take Them With Us

Rochelle Medow
 

We are moving and have some furniture that will not fit in our new home

  
3 small vintage end tables

2’x5’ computer desk with hutch and lots of storage (see photo)

white wood trimmed microwave stand with cabinets above and below the space for the oven

an exercise ball

steps for your pup to use to climb into your bed

really comfy arm chair

large ottoman

5 children’s plastic stacking chairs. one green and four blue

small drop leaf table, about the size of a card table when open

Please call 322 8318 if you are interested and I can send you pictures.  We would like to have these taken as soon as possible. :)


Speaking of Jewish! with Kivi Bernhard this Sunday

Claire Wolff
 

Aish HaTorah is proud to present The Annual Rabbi Noah Weinberg Memorial Lecture dedicated by the Axelbaum family in memory of Jerry Axelbaum, a"h on Sunday, Feb 16 at 7 pm at the Hilton St. Louis Frontenac, 1335 S. Lindbergh Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63131. 

Our guest speaker is Kivi Bernhard, award winning speaker and internationally acclaimed author.
The topic is "Speaking of Jewish! The journeys of living loud and proud as a Jew while keynoting to Fortune 500 corporations across the globe and how "they" see "us".

Bio
Taking the professional corporate speakers circuit by storm, Kivi Bernhard has been
requested to keynote audiences from the Bahamas to Bangkok. Described by a leading
international speaker bureau as “one of the most promising and talented speakers in the
world today” Kivi was recognized by Meetings Magazine in 2010 as a “top ten platform
speakers in America”. A passionate orthodox Jew, noted author and internationally
renowned speaker, Kivi Bernhard has held the stages of many Fortune 500 platforms
across the globe, sharing his award winning business keynote with management,
leadership and sales teams, enthralling audiences as large as 6000 attendees. The son of a
world renowned South African Jewish community leader, Rabbi NM Bernhard,  Kivi is
known as “an amalgamation of Crocodile Dun Dee and Jerry McGuire with a yarmulke”.
This unique opportunity has allowed for the ultimate “inside” story of this thing the
secular world calls “The Jew”!


Tips From The Moderators

Janet Weinberg
 

 

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Purim Palooza at Epstein Hebrew Academy ECC!

Tamar Shulman
 

Calling all families of children ages 2 through Kindergarten! Join us at Epstein Hebrew Academy's new Early Childhood Center for a PURIM PALOOZA! Explore Purim through exciting and interactive multi-sensory learning activities! 

When: Sunday, March 1st; 10:00-11:30 a.m. 
Where: Epstein Hebrew Academy ECC (Lower Entrance); 8645 Old Bonhomme Road 

RSVP's requested by February 28th. Please register at https://www.eha.org/event/2020-purim-palooza/

For questions, contact Jackie Oppenheimer at joppenheimer@... 

We hope to see you all there! 

--
Tamar Shulman, M.S.Ed 
tamargshulman@...
314 740 7776


February classes for women with Mimi David

Claire Wolff
 

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 12 AT 11:30 AM

Lunch & Learn "Be the Best You" Pirkei Avot

Join Mimi David for this monthly class where you’ll discover the Torah’s views on ethics and interpersonal relationships. Timeless wisdom for living! The class is free but there is a charge for lunch if you want to order from the café.

Location: Circle@Crown Café, 8350 Delcrest Dr., University City, MO 63124


MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24 AT 8:30 PM

“Mamas in Pajamas” Live Conference Call 

Too tired to go out but feel like you need more spirituality in your life? Learn something meaningful and inspiring from the comfort of your own home with Mimi David.

Dial 605-472-5814, then enter access code 126-753-373


TO RSVP OR FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE JEWISH WOMEN'S SOCIETY, PLEASE CONTACT MIMI DAVID AT 314-862-2474



Yeshivat Kadimah Scholarship Gala RSVP extended!

vickiredlerchervitz
 

Yeshivat Kadimah High School of St. Louis will hold its 7th annual scholarship gala on Saturday, February 22 at Moulin Events & Meetings in the Historic Centennial Malt House of the Schnaider Brewery, 2017 Chouteau Avenue.
 
The event will be celebrating the students of Yeshivat Kadimah while taking a peek back on the history of St. Louis through a fabulous kosher meal with traditional St. Louis cuisine.
 
The event starts at 8:30 with hors d'oeuvres in the Jefferson Ballroom.  To RSVP for the Gala visit, http://www.yeshivatkadimah.org/galaregistration or call 314-942-3166.  


Scholar-in-Residence at YI 2/21-2/22

Judy Haber
 

5780 SCHOLAR IN RESIDENCE Young Isreal of St Louis
DR. DANIEL EISENBERG
FEB 21 - 22, Parshat Mishpatim

Dedicated by Amy and Joshua Brickel, Wendy and Avi Spiegelman, and Rena and Jonathan Boniuk
in memory of their parents, Isabel and Dr. Isaac Boniuk, and grandparents,
Celia and Dr. Joseph Tanzman and Rachel and Hyman Boniuk.

Schedule Of Events:
FRIDAY NIGHT

5:30 PM         Mincha/Kabbalat Shabbat
8:30 PM          Oneg - Who Lives? Who Dies? Who Decides? At the home of Tammy and Mark Friedman, 716 Brittany Lane.

SHABBAT DAY
 9:00 AM         Shacharit
11:00 AM         Drasha/ Shiur after Davening (Kiddush to follow) - Self Endangerment to Save Others?
 4:00 PM         Pre-Mincha Shiur - When My Job And The Torah Conflict! Dealing With Everyday Demands Of Functioning In A Secular Society.
 5:15 PM         Mincha
 6:00 PM         Maariv

YOUNG ISRAEL OF ST. LOUIS
8101 Delmar Boulevard, Saint Louis, MO 63130
314-727-1880 | INFO@... | WWW.YOUNGISRAEL-STL.ORG

Dr. Daniel Eisenberg is an Assistant Professor of Diagnostic Imaging at Thomas Jefferson University School of Medicine and a practicing radiologist in the Department of Radiology at the Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia, where he was a former member of the hospital ethics committee and currently sits on the IRB.  He is also a noted lecturer in Jewish medical ethics, lecturing around the world, and serving as the medical ethics scholar-in-residence for the New England Institute for Jewish Studies in Jerusalem and for the Schlesinger Institute for Medical-Halachic Research. Dr. Eisenberg has published multiple medical ethics articles in both the scholarly and lay press, contributing to both
secular and Jewish books and periodicals. His articles and chapters have appeared in Beracha Le’Avraham, The Hadassah Jewish Family Book of Health and Wellness, and Global Viewpoints- Abortion and periodicals and journals (such as Cancer Investigation, Assia-Jewish Medical Ethics, the Jewish Press, The Jewish Observer, and Jlaw.com). Dr. Eisenberg has also written over 30 Jewish medical ethics articles for Aish.com.  Most recently, Dr. Eisenberg has developed the content for the web-based, human subject research instructional module in ethics and professionalism for the American Board of Radiology.

Young Israel of St. Louis acknowledges the partnership with Yeshiva University’s Center for the
Jewish Future in bringing Dr. Daniel Eisenberg to St. Louis.

YOUNG ISRAEL OF ST. LOUIS
8101 Delmar Boulevard, Saint Louis, MO 63130
314-727-1880 | INFO@... | WWW.YOUNGISRAEL-STL.ORG


Did you donate childrens' clothing to the swap?

Pnina Nitsun
 

If you donated childrens' or infants' clothing to our recent swap, & you brought them in sturdy plastic containers with lids, please contact me either way, so I know if you want the containers back or not.
Thank you,
Pnina


Register for Comedy Night at YI

Judy Haber
 

REGISTER NOW: YISTL presents Young Israel Laughs Out Loud (LOL): a night of comedy with talented NY comedian Eli Lebowicz. Saturday night, February 15th at Young Israel. Doors open at 8:00 pm for pizza and beer, and the show begins at 8:30 pm. Admission: $30 in advance or $40 at the door - includes 2 slices of pizza and 2 beers. Sponsorship opportunities are available. See flyer for full details. RSVP at www.yistl.org/2020/comedy by February 10th. Contact Elissa Schachter at 201-873-3699 or Tamar Shulman at 314-740-7776 with questions.