Aish hosts two weeks of programs for women

Is Judaism sexist? Why pray if G-d knows everything? How can I be happier?

This summer, St. Louis Jewish women can ask these questions and anything else on their mind, when four dynamic, young, female educators arrive as part of the Aish St. Louis’ Women’s SEED Program.

The SEED Program, funded by a national grant, will run from July 28 through Aug. 13 and is open to all Jewish women and girls, regardless of background or affiliation.

The program includes daily classes, lunch and learns, home groups and special events.

Participants can also meet for a one-on-one study session.

There are special daytime and evening programs for girls in third through eleventh grades, including a Katy Trail bike ride, pool parties and a canoe trip.

There will also be challah baking and women’s Shabbat dinners.

All sessions take place at The Gloria and Rubin Feldman Aish HaTorah West Center for Jewish Studies “The Firehouse” 457 N. Woodsmill Rd., Chesterfield MO 63017. For more information or a schedule, call Rabbi Yosef David at Aish, at 314-862-2474, or email [email protected]