Congregation Shaare Emeth is a compassionate and inclusive community that makes Judaism relevant, meaningful and joyful. We welcome you to explore our site and discover the opportunities we offer including engaging lifelong learning, social action initiatives, inclusive services, and innovative children and youth programs.
All are invited to join Rabbi Andrea Goldstein and Macey Goldstein in the third Tri-Faith Service, a worship initiative that weaves together traditions from Jewish, Christian and Muslim faiths. Congregation Shaare Emeth hosted the second Tri-Faith service this past December, and for all who were there, it was truly inspiring. The Tri-Faith service is the brainchild of high school senior, Josh Krakos. Josh brought together teens and spiritual leaders of different faiths to create a service that was as powerful as it was hopeful.
Please RSVP at www.sestl.org/login to let us know how many people will be attending and what you will be bringing for the potluck dinner. You can also contact Shandi Greve Penrod by email or phone, 314-692-5301.
You may notice soon that our Shaare the Vision renovation requires the removal of some of the trees on our campus to make way for our more accessible parking lots and entrance. While we regret the temporary changes to our campus, please be assured that we will be planting many more new trees than we are removing, and we are committed to beautifying and caring for our resources and environment as we move forward.
Learn more about our services on our Worship Page
FRIDAY SHABBAT SERVICE BABYSITTING: for ages 18 months to 7 years
TORAH STUDY: Join us for Torah Study Tuesdays at 10 a.m. in the
Library Conference Room or Saturdays at 9:30 a.m. in room 23.
Services are egalitarian and are always open to the community.
Congregation Shaare Emeth is a member of the Union for Reform Judaism.