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Join us at Shaare Emeth for our free monthly Early Childhood events! All our programs are geared toward preschool-aged children.
Welcoming interfaith families and ensuring opportunities to fully participate in Jewish life is a natural part of our Congregation’s mission
Engaging learners in creative and innovative opportunities at every stage of life is the commitment of our adult learning team. In collaboration with our clergy and Director of Jewish Life and Learning, we offer our community a wide variety of learning opportunities.
Senior adults are a vital part of our Shaare Emeth community, and our participant-led Seniors Steering Committee creates engaging events for our seniors throughout the year.
A course for anyone interested in exploring Judaism - interfaith couples, those considering conversion and Jews looking for adult-level basics - to the fundamentals of Jewish thought and practice. Topics include Jewish holidays and life cycle events, theology and prayer, Israel, history and Hebrew.
The St. Louis Jewish Mindfulness Center is a community centered around classes, groups, and special events that make the heart more open, the mind more curious and the spirit more joyful through meaningful programming deeply rooted in Jewish tradition.
Join one of our clergy and others in reading and discussing the ancient words of our tradition and discover what you think Torah really says.
We encourage every member of our community to travel to Israel, whether on a teen trip, Birthright Israel, the Rubin Israel Experience, individual programs, or with our Congregation.
Exploring the adventures of learning through nature.
We at Shaare Emeth Religious School believe strongly in our mission to create positive, inclusive, Jewish, learning experiences for all students and their families.
We strive to provide a safe, nurturing camp environment where children can learn about their world, discover their strengths and feel connected to our community in the context of Reform Judaism.
Becoming a Bar or Bat Mitzvah is one of the most significant events in a child’s Jewish upbringing, celebrating the child’s readiness to take on the blessings and responsibilities of a Jewish adult.
Shaare Emeth strives to fulfill the Jewish value of gemilut chasadim, acts of lovingkindness, by recognizing and responding with compassion and love to significant moments of both joy and pain in the lives of Shaare Emeth members.
We are involved in a variety of projects and programs that benefit the needs of our larger St. Louis Community. We seek to help alleviate poverty and hunger, fight injustice, care for those in need, protect the environment and bring peace.
As people of faith we have a mandate to bring our values into the public arena and we are proud that we devote our time advocating for many of the social justice values in which we believe.