B’chol Dor V’dor
Celebrating women’s resilience throughout the generations and all over the world
Wednesday, April 3, 6pm
The J’s Staenberg Family Complex
Honoring Dr. Lynne Kipnis
Nishmah’s pre-Passover women’s event returns! Musical guest Elana Jagoda guides us through a multi-sensory experience. Join women of all ages as we acknowledge our strengths and triumphs through stories, music, dance and food.
6-6:30pm: Welcome reception with wine and warm greetings
6:30-8pm: Multi-sensory program featuring music by Elana Jagoda Kaye, stories of resilience and a family-style dinner (vegetarian/dairy)
8-9pm: Mimouna dessert reception with traditional Moroccan music, dancing and sweets
Dietary Laws Observed
$54 per guest; $40 per guest if paid by March 6
$25 per student (2nd grade and up)
Scholarship funds available
Help Nishmah feed school-aged children in critical need over summer vacation by bringing nutritious, non-perishable food items for the Harvey Kornblum Food Pantry. The Pantry’s wish list for kids includes foods such as tuna, peanut butter, canned fruit (low sugar), applesauce, granola bars, etc.
For information regarding sponsorships or tribute ad opportunities, contact Shira Kraft, 314-442-3111.
Nishmah is thrilled to honor Dr. Lynne Kipnis with the Ner Tamid Award for her dedication to the Jewish community facing cancer, and for establishing Sharsheret Supports St. Louis. Kipnis’ story is one of resilience fueled by passion and persistence. A clinical psychologist with a long-standing interest in children and women’s health issues, Kipnis has devoted over 16 years to educating the St. Louis medical and Jewish communities about the increased hereditary cancer risks this population faces. Kipnis continues to be an active leader as the Chair of Sharsheret Supports’ Advisory Committee. She will be the second recipient of this award, given to Nishmah leaders who bring light to the community.
Elana Jagoda Kaye is a performer, composer, prayer leader and music educator who brings soul and innovation to the new Jewish music revolution. She has released four albums of Jewish music and her CDs are widely distributed through PJ Library’s national program. She has contributed original music to G-dcast videos and podcasts as well as Behrman House educational materials. Elana is currently the full-time cantorial soloist at Peninsula Temple Beth El in San Mateo, California. She plays rocking family concerts across the country at synagogues, museums, festivals and JCCs. She has enjoyed serving as the artist-in-residence for the Wexner institute and guest music faculty at Jewish summer camps. Elana lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband Saul Kaye and their two children Elijah and Bayla.
Honor Nishmah/Journey Leadership, Dr. Lynne Kipnis, or other resilient women in your life with an ad or tribute in The Journey’s beautiful program book. :
Purchase ad/tribute online or by contacting Shira Kraft. Please email ad/tribute text or hi-res, print-ready PDF to email@example.com. All tributes and ads must be received by March 27 to be included in the program.
Orna Dar, Val Toskin, Julie Yawitz
Rabbi Karen Bogard
Ann Mayer Eisen
Rabbi Lori Levine
Rabbi Jessica Shafrin
MaryAnne Smyly Sabin
Thanks to our Event Sponsors:
Sarah Winkelman Innovation Fund
Thanks to our Community Partners:
Bais Abraham Congregation
B’nai Amoona Congregation Sisterhood
Center for Jewish Learning
Central Reform Congregation
Congregation Shaare Emeth
Congregation Temple Israel
Jewish Community Relations Council
Jewish Student Union
Kol Rinah Congregation
Kol Rinah Youth
Maryville University Hillel
NCJW St. Louis
NCSY of St. Louis
Next Dor STL
Saul Mirowitz Jewish Community School
Shir Hadash Reconstructionist Community
St. Louis NORC
St. Louis Rabbinical Association
Traditional Congregation of Creve Coeur
Wash U Hillel
Women’s Philanthropy of the Jewish Federation of St. Louis