Congregation Shaare Emeth is committed to actively welcoming all and building a vibrant, inclusive congregational community. We seek to perform the mitzvot of ahavat ger (loving the stranger) and keruv (drawing near all who are far).
Our Congregation serves a diverse population: men and women; interfaith and interracial couples; converts and religious seekers; Jews of color; people of all sexual orientations; single adults and blended families; rich and poor; young and old and in-between.
We welcome you into our community! For more information, please contact Rosalie Stein, Executive Director, at [email protected]. Rosalie can be contacted by phone in the Temple office, 314-569-0010.
Learn more about our upcoming events. Special events have included our Taste of Shaare Emeth open house and nosh event, scholar-in-residence weekends, current events discussions with college students, seniors luncheons, early childhood programming and more.
Ongoing programs at Congregation Share Emeth are really very special and innovative. The opportunities are abundant and creative, ranging from holiday celebrations to just for fun social events.
Learn more about our many auxiliaries and clubs including Sisterhood/WRJ, MOSHE (Men of Shaare Emeth), College Connection, Cooks and Books and more.
Shaare Emeth's "greeters" are comprised of dedicated members who greet and help us all enjoy worship services and other temple events.
Please consider joining the greeters group for the High Holy Days, weekly Friday evening services, and/or other holidays and special events.
The Greeters group offers a unique opportunity for couples, individuals & families to serve the Temple as offical ambassordors. Your help is greatly appreciated.
To learn more about becoming a member of this dedicated group please contact Leiba Levine, [email protected].
"As co-chairs of the Greeters group, we look forward to welcoming you as a member of the Greeters group." --Ken and Leiba Levine, Co-Chairs
|Congregation Shaare Emeth is one of the leading Reform congregations in North America. Whether celebrating Shabbat, exploring the insights and wisdom found in Torah, or gathering to make a difference in our community, we are a congregational family dedicated to deepening and enriching our connection to Judaism. Shaare Emeth is in the heart of St. Louis' dynamic Jewish Community. We are fortunate to have a beautiful campus at the corner of Ladue and Ballas Roads in Creve Coeur, Mo., a lovely community in West County St. Louis.|
Senior Rabbi Jim Bennett: [email protected]
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