This Week at Mount Zion
November 7 / 9 Cheshvan
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Join us this Friday, November 8 during 7:30 pm Shabbat Services as we
Honor the Women of Mount Zion Temple
Pulpit Guest: David Lepofsky will speak on:
Tearing Down Accessibility Barriers in North America and in Israel:
How’s it going?
This Shabbat
Friday, November 8
7:30 pm Shabbat Services
Honoring WMZT
Pulpit Guest: David Lepofsky
Saturday, November 9
9:00 am Open Torah Study
10:00 am Shabbat Services
Lech L’cha – Gen. 12:1-13:18
12:00 pm Potluck Lunch
Community Life Passages
We extend condolences to Daniel Rybeck (Kate Searls) on the death of his mother, Sivia Brody Rybeck , on October 31.
WMZT Event
Our States Have Crazy Shapes

November 10, 10:00 am

Best of Israel 2.0 Kick-off Event
An Eclectic, Active, Insider Tour crafted by Rabbi Spilker

November 14, 7 pm

Food for Thought:
Jewish Morocco Revealed

November 15
5:45 pm Food before the Thought
6:15 pm Food for Thought Discussions

The Climate Crisis:
The Facts and What We Can Do
Roxane Gudeman, Professor Emerita in Psychology, Macalester College

November 20, 7:30 pm  

Honoring our Past, Shaping our Future
Pulpit Guest: Nancy Brady
Neighborhood House President

Friday, November 15 (7:30 pm)
During Shabbat Services

Join the Tzedek Committee as we watch the film
Jim Crow of the North
November 19, 6 pm  

Red Cross Blood Drive
November 20, 2-7 pm  

In the Community
- From Face-Time to Face-to-Face Time: CONNECTING GENERATIONS IN A TIME OF SOCIAL ISOLATION with Rabbi Hayim Herring Saturday, November 9 from 7 to 8:30 pm St Matthew's Episcopal Church (2136 Carter Avenue, Saint Paul). RSVP to the Rev. Blair Pogue. DETAILS. This event is wheelchair accessible.

- Be part of the biggest challah bake in the world as 1,000 communities make challah on the same night! The Great Big St. Paul Challah Bake is fun for the whole family. Thursday, Nov. 14, 5:30 PM at Mount Zion Temple. Sponsored by St. Paul Jewish federation and community partners including Mount Zion. DETAILS.

- Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company presents the play "O my God!" by Israeli playwright Anat Gov, which runs through November 17. In this witty and touching play, Ella, a psychologist and single mother of a teenage who is autistic, gets a visit from an unexpected new patient: God. As God comes to terms with his feelings toward humankind and how the world has evolved, Ella confronts her own past and re-examines her long lost faith. Individual tickets are $23 - $38. For Tickets: Call (651) 647-4315 or Reserve online.

- Join Sholom for its next Education Series session Do My Parents Need to Move? on Sunday, November 17, 10 am at Mount Zion. Learn more about what it means to age-in-place, how to find senior housing and the mystery of successful downsizing. DETAILS.
Accessibility at Mount Zion
We strive to make all our programs and services accessible to all. If you have any accessibility requests for a particular event or service , please let us know as far in advance as possible by contacting Larry Solomon at or 651-638-3881.
Mount Zion
1300 Summit Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55105

Phone: 651-698-3881