Upcoming Programs

Upcoming Programs

Turning from Loss to Love – A Rosh Chodesh (New Month) Celebration

Thursday, July 28 at 7 p.m.
At the Jewish Mindfulness Center of St. Louis

Join with women of all ages as we welcome the new moon and the new Hebrew month of Av. Av contains two little known, but fascinating observances: Tisha B’Av, where we remember the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem and Tu B’Av, a day dedicated to the celebration of sisterhood and love. Together we will learn more about these times and how we can honor feelings of loss and love in our own lives.

Wine, teas, and desserts provided. Questions? Email Stacy. This program is co-sponsored by KeSHEr, Shaare Emeth’s Women’s Connection group.

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Word for Word: 29 Words, Reflections and Questions to Prepare Us for the Days of Awe

Receive this daily email Sunday, August 28 – Sunday, September 25, 2022

Each day during the month of Elul, you will receive an email expounding on one word, idea, or practice that can assist you in your spiritual preparations for the High Holy Days. Read the email, spend time with the reflection questions, and discover how you might grow in awareness, gratitude, and love as we head into the new year. Watch for emails letting you know how to sign up to receive these daily teachings. To begin receiving emails from the Jewish Mindfulness Center of St. Louis click here or contact Stacy Jespersen.


Summer Yoga

Making time to sense the spiritual qualities of gratitude, strength, perseverance, hope, and rest are an important part of every person’s life. Yoga and mindful movement allow us to sense these spiritual qualities in the body, deepening our experiences and expanding our awareness.

Beginning in July, be on the lookout for weekday evening yoga and mindful movement offerings from the Jewish Mindfulness Center of St. Louis.


Weekly Meditation Sits

Tuesdays from 11:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. *Now offered in person or virtual*
Thursdays from 5 – 5:30 p.m. Offered virtually

Incorporating lessons from the weekly Torah portion, as well as stories, rituals and symbols of the season, Rabbi Goldstein leads participants in practices that open our hearts and minds to the possibility of continual growth and change. No meditation experience necessary.

Join via the Zoom links on this page.

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