Darchei noam

A modern Orthodox congregation in St. Louis ParkFacebook


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Darchei Noam is joining a global communal effort organized by the Pardes Center for Judaism and Conflict Resolution at the Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies - Yom Machloket L'Shem Shamayim or Jewish Day of Constructive Conflict.  9 Adar is the day, 2,000 years ago, when the peaceful and constructive conflict between Beit Hillel and Beit Shammai erupted into violent and destructive conflict over 18 legal matters.  Join us in turning 9 Adar into the Jewish Day of Constructive Conflict, a day dedicated to the study and practice of constructive conflict.  As this winter's final installment of the Darchei Noam Study Group, Shira Krebs will lead a discussion exploring some history, sources, and best practices to help us create an environment for constructive conflicts (with edible treats, too!).  Saturday, February 28, 8:00 pm at the Shapiro home (2516 Monterey Ave. S.).

At Least They Tried:Why the Dutch Failed to Save Their Jews During World War II Award Winning History day paper by Toviya Slager

Rabbi Ozarowski's 2014 lecture series Gay and Orthodox?

Recorded Sessions: 1/12 2/16

Past Programs Archive

Rabbi Ozarowski teaching

Shiurim with Rob Portnoe

 Talmud Shiur in Sanhedrin Sun. (on weeks the Rabbi is not in town) 8:45-10:00


The Nakh shir varies depending on timing and travel schedules. Winter M-Th from 6:45-8:00 usually, Sunday from 1 ¼ before Minchah unless we need to shift for an event. We may Skype after Minchah/Ma’ariv on Sunday when it gets really early.

Rabbi Ozarowski's 2012 lecture series To Walk in God’s Ways: Perspectives on Illness, Loss, and Healing

 Recorded sessions: 2/12 Handouts from past sessions 12/11 1/18 2/12 3/18