A Community-Wide Shabbat Morning Service

Shabbat

St. Louis

10 AM     April 19, 2014 Shabbat during Passover

Sign-interpreted service,
Torah study before the service,
canned food drive

press release ]
Jewish Light story on the 2009 service ]
Sponsored by the Reform and Reconstructionist Jewish Congregations of St. Louis
with additional support from
Berger Memorial Chapel, Rindskopf-Roth Funeral Chapel and New Mt. Sinai Cemetery.

Time
10:00-11:30 AM
April 19, 2014
Place
Shaare Emeth
11645 Ladue Road
(314) 569-0010
At the 2007 URJ Biennial, Rabbi Eric Yoffe delivered a sermon in which he challenged us to "work...together as a Movement" to consider the quality of community worship on Shabbat morning.

Shabbat St. Louis is an opportunity to worship together on a Shabbat morning.

Join us for a lively, participatory service with music provided by HaShemesh.

Come as you are, and all generations are welcome!

Nuture a garden
Seed Drive
Vegetable seed packets or tzedakah will be collected for the Garden of Eden community vegetable garden at the JCC
Come early
Torah Study
Rabbis will lead an interactive Torah study session from 9–9:45 AM.
Stay after
Reception
A kosher-for-Passover reception follows the service.

Participating
Congregations
B'nai El
B'nai Torah
Shaare Emeth
Saul Mirowitz Jewish Community School
Shir Hadash Reconstructionist Community
Temple Emanuel
Temple Israel (Alton, IL)
Temple Israel (St Louis)
United Hebrew
Committee
Members
Ron Cytron, Nancy Gent, Lesley Levin, Lesley Lutker, Craig Roth, Dave Siegel, Bob Schnurman, Melanie Tiahrt, Kim Vonk, Carol Wolf, Carol Wolf Solomon
We thank the Reform Rabbis of St. Louis for their advice and support for this project.



Last modified 07:13:54 CDT 05 April 2014 by Ron K. Cytron