All people in their 20s and 30s are invited to Mixing Up Sukkot, our first Young Adults program of the year. Special guest Rabbi Elle Muhlbaum will teach us how to make Sukkot sweet, savory, and all around delicious. Whether you’re an all-star chef (like Rabbi Muhlbaum) or a cooking novice (like Rabbi Bearman), you’ll have fun, meet people and learn something new.
How to participate: Register online here. Ingredient lists will be sent out a week before we get together.
This year, we will transform the Temple parking lot into a drive-thru Sukkot experience for all ages. Your Sukkot adventure will include six different drive-thru stations including the first-ever at Shaare Emeth drive-thru Sukkah designed by Jim Lammers. Have a photo taken of everyone in your car to remember this celebration during the pandemic. Help decorate the Sukkah safely. Learn about composting. Shake the lulav and etrog. Enjoy all the lights and more.
Reservations are really appreciated in order to make sure that we have a delicious caramel apple for everyone! Please make a reservation below:
Please bring with you at least one of the items listed below for Room at the Inn:
Please also bring either one non-perishable food item for the Harvey Kornblum Food Pantry or a pair of winter gloves or hat for unhoused adults.
Questions? Email Debbie Bram, Director of Jewish Life and Learning at [email protected] or call 314-692-5308. Don’t forget to wear your mask during this event.
Brought to you by the new committee at Congregation Shaare Emeth: Traditions with a Twist:
Jeffrey Bland, Susie Horowitz, Josh Hutkins, Michelle Novof, Vicki Platke, Anna Poger, Jennifer Rosenthal, Jen Scissors, co-chairs; Staci and Joe Gerchen, staff; Rabbi Lori Levine and Debbie Bram.
Join KeSHEr for Sisters in the Sukkah, a Zoom get-together where you will have the opportunity to bring joy and light to a local St. Louis nursing home by creating greeting cards! Start by visiting Shaare Emeth to pick up a free package of card-making supplies, or just gather any crafting materials that you already have at home. Then join us on Zoom to learn more about this wonderful project of inviting people who need it most into our “Sukkah.” A fun event with a great take-away!
How to participate: Register here and you’ll receive a link to the Zoom meeting.