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Shirlee Green Preschool Seeks Educators

Posted on August 28, 2020 by Jeremy Goldmeier

Shirlee Green Preschool is seeking passionate, dedicated and adventurous educators for the upcoming school year.  With the school year just around the corner, we are accepting applications from teachers and those who enjoy working with and inspiring young children. Part-time and full-time positions are available.  Teachers at Shirlee Green Preschool enjoy working with young children Continue Reading »

A letter from Ken Levine, President of Men of Shaare Emeth (MOSHE)

Posted on August 26, 2020 by Jeremy Goldmeier

Hello Congregants, It’s been a while since you may have heard from Men of Shaare Emeth, but be assured that MOSHE is alive and well. Here is what we have been up to: First and foremost, we said goodbye and a huge thanks to our now Immediate Past President, Gene Jacobson, for all he did, Continue Reading »

Shaare Emeth Members in Need of Kidneys

Posted on August 25, 2020 by Jeremy Goldmeier

Two Shaare Emeth congregation members, Richard (Dick) Fine and Rick Tash, are seeking kidney donors. Read on for their individual stories and how you can help. Richard (Dick) Fine needs our help. He has advanced kidney disease and is nearing the point of requiring dialysis or a transplant. No one in the immediate family has Continue Reading »

Wise Words: August 2019

Posted on July 9, 2019 by Tori Luecking

Wise Words is a new bulletin feature showcasing thoughts from our congregants  Why I Am a Member Contributed by Harvey Brandvein Why do I belong to Shaare Emeth?  Well, I really didn’t have much of a choice 58 years ago when my folks brought me into this world and Rabbi Julius Nodel was my first Continue Reading »

Update on HB 575 Legislation

Posted on April 10, 2019 by Tori Luecking

On April 8, the Missouri House passed HB 575 and sent it to the Senate. A last minute amendment was added to this bill and with this amendment, the intent behind the bill is to recklessly expand the presence of dangerous firearms into the education space of our children, youth and young adults throughout this state. Continue Reading »

Update on Alex Garcia and Request to Help the Garcia Family

Posted on March 7, 2019 by Tori Luecking

Alex Garcia, husband and father of five children, has been living in sanctuary at Christ Church UCC in Maplewood for the past 18 months.  His wife and children are in Joplin, Missouri and must travel great distances to be with Alex on weekends.  This distance has proven to be an incredible hardship on the family Continue Reading »

March Spotlight: Room at the Inn

Posted on February 22, 2019 by Tori Luecking

“I just want to have a cup of coffee and relax,” she said. For twenty years, Rita was the Educational Director of a St. Louis-based children’s home. Prior to that, she worked as a teacher, completed graduate coursework in Marketing Research, and earned a bachelor’s degree in Education from UMSL. Now retired, Rita wants to Continue Reading »

Do not remain indifferent! Caring for the strangers in our midst

Posted on February 13, 2019 by Tori Luecking

In Leviticus 19:34 we read: “The stranger (sometimes translated as “the foreigner”) who resides with you shall be to you as the native among you, and you shall love the stranger as yourself, for you were strangers in the land of Egypt; I am Adonai your God.”  We cannot remain indifferent to the plight of Continue Reading »

January Spotlight: Morning Minyan

Posted on January 1, 2019 by Tori Luecking

min•yan – a Hebrew word for a group of individuals, traditionally ten, that come together for prayer. Shortly after the front doors are unlocked, before most of the clergy and employees arrive, Shaare Emeth is greeted bright and early by the Morning Minyan group. Few of us have experienced Shaare Emeth during sunrise, but for Continue Reading »

A Message from the Clergy

Posted on May 18, 2018 by Rabbi Jonah Zinn

Dear friends, It has been an extremely difficult few days for all who care about the people living in Jerusalem, in Gaza, in Israel and the West Bank. As your clergy, we are heartbroken and we are torn. There is a part of us that feels the opening of the U.S. embassy in Jerusalem was a moment Continue Reading »

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