KeSHEr is Shaare Emeth’s initiative for women’s programming.
We will be learning about Gematria, the numerical meanings of the Hebrew aleph-bet, through Judaism’s central prayer, the Shema. The event will be lead by Elisa Recht. We will also be making bracelets to remind us of the Shema.
Cost is $10 for materials.
Questions? Contact Allison Reppy at [email protected]
Wednesday, December 4
7 – 9 p.m.
Congregation Shaare Emeth
RSVP Below by December 1
We came together to
KeSHEr collected donations for this important program, including:
• Reusable container (plastic bin, trash can, etc.)
• Paper towels
• Toilet paper
• Bar of bath soap
• Box of tissues
• Dish sponge
• Dish soap
• All-purpose cleaner
• Paper napkins
• Soft soap
• Clorox wipes
• Dish towel
• Reusable cleaning cloths
• Laundry soap / dryer sheets
We had a great time enjoying seasonal drinks, uncovering unique Sukkot traditions and sharing and sampling the best of our kugels.
The program also included an enlightening discussion led by Rabbi Andrea Goldstein.
A fun time in the sukkah was had by all!
Co-chaired by Jenn Sagett and Robyn DeNorscia and includes: Michelle Oppenheim, Jen Klearman, Alison Reppy, Gaby Tullman, Lisa Berger, Kristin Friedman, Lori Zucker, Lisa Gubernik and Darcy Glidewell
We learned to make our own flower arrangements with Michael Schraeder, the Floral Director from Schnucks.
Past KeSHEr event:
Shelters of Peace
Finding Contentment in Our Homes ~ Working for Safety in All Homes
KeSHEr, Shaare Emeth’s new initiative for Women’s Programming, held an evening of learning and creating around the Jewish value of shalom bayit, peace in the home.
The evening included: