Friday, September 29
5:30 p.m. Childcare (Infant to 7 years)
6 p.m. Erev Yom Kippur Service (Sanctuary)
Sermon by Rabbi Jim Bennett. This contemporary service, appropriate for all ages, is led by our rabbis, cantor and congregational choir and instrumental ensemble, with inspiring participatory music and a sermon. Childcare is available for children too young to sit through the services. See our main High Holidays page for more information.
ASL interpreted. New Mishkan HaNesfesh books provided.
8:30 pm. Erev Yom Kippur Service (Sanctuary)
Sermon by Rabbi Jim Bennett. This contemporary service, appropriate for all ages, is led by our rabbis, cantor and congregational choir and instrumental ensemble, with inspiring participatory music and a sermon. See our main High Holidays page for more information.
New Mishkan HaNesfesh books provided. No childcare is available for this service.
Childcare is an opportunity for the children to enjoy unstructured play in a safe and loving environment while parents have an opportunity to pray and learn in peace without the responsibility of caring for small children. Childcare is provided by qualified Shirlee Green Preschool teachers.
Cost is $10 per child, per service.
Register Here. Deadline: Friday, September 18
Parking in the Temple parking lot is always first-come, first-served. Arrive early if you wish to assure yourself a spot in the Temple parking lot. Parking is not permitted in the grass or driveways of the Temple grounds, except when directed by the Traffic Committee.
Shuttle buses will run before and after services to/from the Ladue entrance to the Temple and offsite parking. This year, for Erev Yom Kippur, offsite parking will be located at:
Medical Buildings at 456 and 522 N. New Ballas
Oak Hill Elementary is a south city school in an immigrant community. Volunteers from Congregation Shaare Emeth are beginning their fourth year of helping in the classrooms. If you are able to donate any of the following supplies, please bring them to the Temple between September 20th – 30th.
Nationally, one in seven Americans struggles with hunger. One in six families struggles with hunger in Missouri. 409, 416 households in the State of Missouri suffer from food insecurity.
The St. Louis Foodbank feeds 42,000 people every week. A $1.00 donation to the St. Louis Foodbank will buy 5.1 pounds of food.
Please bring nutritious canned or non-perishable foods to Shaare Emeth during your High Holiday visits, September 20th – 30th. High protein options are best: canned fish, beef stew, pasta with meat, etc.
Monetary donations are also welcome in cash or checks payable to “Shaare Emeth Food Drive.” All donations will be distributed to The Harvey Kornblum Jewish Food Pantry, St. Louis Foodbank and MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger.
Interested in helping to collect donations? Sign up to volunteer here.
Contact Sue Picus at [email protected] or 314-991-4027.