Supporting Our Rabbis and Cantors
Enhancing Our Region
Enriching Our Jewish Community

ST. LOUIS RABBINICAL & CANTORIAL ASSOCIATION

All sessions are free but registration is required!
Register for each class individually with the link provided.


Friday, December 11, 12:00 p.m.: Rabbi Lane Steinger, Shir Hadash Reconstructionist Community

“Some Hanukah Halakhot (Laws) for Folks Who Aren’t Halakhic”

http://bit.ly/HanukahHalachot

Saturday, December 12, 9:30 a.m.: Rabbi Rachel Bearman, Congregation Shaare Emeth

An exploration of Judah and Judith, two leaders that the Jewish tradition associates with the holiday of Chanukah.

http://bit.ly/JudahandJudith

Sunday, December 13, 7:00 p.m.: Rabbi Garth Silberstein, Bais Abraham Congregation

"The Secret Origins of Chanukah: the universal themes that underlie Chanukah's celebration of the fight against assimilation."

http://bit.ly/SecretOrigins

Monday, December 14, 5:00 p.m.: Rabbi Carnie Rose, Congregation B'nai Amoona, and Rabbi Brigitte Rosenberg, United Hebrew Congregation

“Fresh Eyes on our Chanukah celebrations...Join us for a fascinating exploration of the inner meanings of the Festival of Lights”

(This session is offered in partnership with the Z3 project. Learn more at www.z3project.org.)

http://bit.ly/FreshEyesChanukah

Tuesday, December 15, 12:00 p.m.:  Rabbi Elizabeth Hersh, Temple Emanuel

From Persia to Tunisia, Moscow to Israel we will explore various traditions of Chanukah. We will proclaim the miracle and shine our lights in various lands throughout time. I look forward to our virtual, virtual travels!

http://bit.ly/PersiatoTunisia

Wednesday, December 16, 12:00 p.m.:  Rabbi Mark Shook, Temple Israel

“Hanukkah: The holiday the Rabbis Could Not Delete.”

http://bit.ly/CouldNotDelete

Thursday, December 17, 12:00 p.m.:  Rabbi Karen Bogard, Central Reform Congregation

“Poetry and Light: Finding Inspiration at the Darkest Time of Year”

http://bit.ly/PoetryandLight

Friday, December 18, 12:00 p.m.: Rabbi Janine Schloss,  Shir Hadash Reconstructionist Community, and Rabbi Noah Arnow, Kol Rinah

“Healing Lessons of Hanukkah: Miracles, War, and Light”

http://bit.ly/healinghanukah

WHO WE ARE

The St. Louis Rabbinical and Cantorial Association is a forum for area rabbis and cantors to engage in learning, collegiality, and professional development. The association serves to teach and inspire the greater St. Louis Jewish community, embodying Jewish values and ideas through learning, tzedakah, community building, interfaith dialogue, and support for Israel.

RABBI ROBERT P. JACOBS
JEWISH FUND FOR HUMAN NEEDS (JFHN)

The STLRCA co-sponsors the JFHN, which works to fulfill the mitzvah of tzedakah (the obligation to do righteous acts) by awarding small grants to non-Jewish social services agencies helping those in need throughout the St. Louis region.

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WEEKLY TORAH COMMENTARY

Each week STLRCA members share insights into the Torah portion in a commentary published in the St. Louis Jewish Light.

OUR MEMBERS

The St. Louis Rabbinical and Cantorial Association is the only organization of Jewish clergy open to rabbis and cantors from all branches of Judaism. Conservative, Orthodox, Reconstructionist, Reform, and Renewal rabbis and cantors belong to the STLRCA.

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314-442-3873

St. Louis Rabbinical and Cantorial Association

12 Millstone Campus Drive
St. Louis, MO 63146-5776

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