The Sisterhood Scoop – April 4th, 2020
Volume 3 Number 12 – March 28th, 2020 – 3 Nissan 5780
Remember the Big Picture
The former chief rabbi Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks recently commented on how the Coronavirus could change Britain for the better: “Passover contains a message of hope for all of us. Each year we tell the story of the exodus, that begins in suffering and ends in liberation and joy. “That is the shape of the human story. Out of the bad, comes good, out of the curse comes blessing. Out of the coronavirus pandemic will come a new sense of collective responsibility, and we will all feel renewed.”
Sisterhood wishes you and your families a kosher and joyous (and safe) Passover.
Did you know? Sisterhood…
- Maches funds for children of NHBZ Members who are eligible
for St. Louis ‘JFed’ Passport to Israel Program
presents the Annual Dine ‘n’ Style Luncheon & Fashion Show
sponsors Holiday special treats at Purim, Simchas Torah,
Hanukkah, and Pesach
organizes educational programs, social events, and chesed
activities to strengthen our shul, support community and enrich
the lives of our members through spiritual growth in Torah values.
Join us! If you haven’t yet sent in your Sisterhood duesfor 2020 – please mail your check for $25 to the office.
Sisterhood Book Club
Looking ahead, the June Book Club book is “Black, White, & Jewish: Autobiography of a Shifting Self” by Rebecca Walker, the daughter of a Jewish father and African- American mother who recalls her confusing but ultimately rewarding life lived between two conflicting ethnic identities. Watch for instructions how to join the new on-line Zoom Book Club from home! For more info contact Terri Schnitzer
Parshas Tzav – Give a Little Push
– by Mordechai Wollenberg
For information or to join Sisterhood, call the NHBZ office at 314-991-2100, ext. 3, or email: email@example.com