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Erev Rosh Hashanah

Sunday, September 9, 2018


Service Times

7 p.m.        Erev Rosh Hashanah Service (Sanctuary)

This contemporary service, appropriate for all ages, is led by our rabbis, cantor and congregational choir and instrumental ensemble. Childcare is available for children too young to sit through the services.

ASL interpreted. New Mishkan HaNefesh prayer books will be provided.

7 p.m.           Rosh Hashanah Mindfulness Service (Kehillah Center)

This non-traditional services will include contemporary readings and poetry, participatory music, teachings on teshuva (repentance) and forgiveness, and time set aside for meditation and personal reflection. Worshippers are encouraged to come with open minds and open hearts. All are welcome.
Question? Contact Rabbi Andrea Goldstein at 314-569-0010 or [email protected]

Childcare (6 p.m. until the conclusion of services)

Congregation Shaare Emeth is happy to provide your family childcare services during the High Holidays. For children ages 6 weeks to 7 years we offer babysitting staffed by thoughtful caretakers that are committed to creating a safe, fun, and nurturing environment. The cost is $10 per child, per service. Register Here. To ensure appropriate staffing, the deadline to register for Rosh Hashanah childcare is Wednesday, September 5. Unfortunately, we are unable to accommodate walk-ins.


Onsite Parking – 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.

Offsite Parking and Shuttle Buses – Shuttle buses will run before and after services between the Ladue entrance to the Temple and offsite parking. This year, for Erev Rosh Hashanah, offsite parking will be located at:

Medical Buildings at 456 and 522 N. New Ballas

Shuttle runs between offsite parking and Shaare Emeth from 5:30 p.m. through the conclusion of services.

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