The Sisterhood Scoop
Volume 2 Number 15 – April 20, 2019 – 15 Nissan 5779
MARK YOUR CALENDARS
- Book Club is reading ‘If All the Seas Were Ink,’
a memoir by Ilana Kurshan.
- Craft Central Art Project honoring Israel – TBD
- St. Louis Jewish Legacy Bus Tour – Sunday, June 23, 1:00 – 5:00PM
- 4th Annual Dine ‘N’ Style Fashion Show and Luncheon – Sunday, August 18th
Book Club News
The next meeting of NHBZ’s Sisterhood Book Club will be Monday, April 29, 7:15-8:45 PM.
The book selection is: If All the Seas Were Ink, a memoir by Ilana Kurshan – an award-winning tale of heartache and humor, love and loss, marriage and motherhood, woven together in a deeply accessible guided tour of the Talmud!
ALL WOMEN ARE WELCOME! For more Information Contact Book Club Coordinator Terri Schnitzer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sisterhood Wishes You a Kosher and Joyous Passover!
Q: What do you call someone who derives pleasure from the bread of affliction?
A: A matzochist.
Q: Why do we say Yizkor on the last day of Passover? What’s the connection?
A: On Passover, we remember the Exodus. After Yizkor, in most shuls, there is also a mass Exodus!
Q: What’s your favorite Passover film?
A: Shawshankbone Redemption
Q: How is a good sermon like a piece of matza?
A: They both should take less than 18 minutes!
“Freedom begins with exodus but it reaches its fulfilment in the acceptance of a code of conduct, the Torah, freely offered by God, freely accepted by the people. The counting of the Omer is thus an act of retracing the steps from individual freedom to a free society.”
– Rabbi Jonathan Sacks
The Chief Rabbi’s Haggadah (Essays)
For information or to join Sisterhood, call the NHBZ office at 314-991-2100, ext. 3, or email: email@example.com