Whether or not you have an existing connection to St. Louis NORC, we are thinking about you as we all learn more and confront the issues posed by the COV-ID 19 outbreak...
Updates from Temple Israel.
By now, I’m quite certain each of you has heard of COVID-19 or the coronavirus... So how can we act Jewishly in the face of this virus, beyond doing our best to not freak out?..
By Rabbi Amy Feder
To our families with children that attend Temple Israel's Education Center.
A message from Leslie Wolf
"As we plan for the year to come, our leadership could not be more excited about the direction in which we’re headed..."
Read more from Temple Israel's Immediate Past President, Rob Litz.
"By volunteering to take on this project, I felt more connected with the TI community...."
My name is Jared Erlinger, and I'm very excited about the upcoming partnership between my school, STL Rock School, and Temple Israel!..
As we make progress on our phased renovation and replacement projects throughout the Temple’s nearly 60-year-old buildings and grounds, it’s good to review where we’ve been and where we’re going. In addition, as all of the facility projects are funded through donations by you — our supportive congregant donors — it’s important to recognize and celebrate all we’ve already accomplished!
Read more from our VP of Facilities, David Chassin.
Shavuot is often overlooked by many of us in the Jewish community, for better or for worse, though I firmly believe it’s the latter. The Torah considers Shavuot, alongside Passover and Sukkot, to be one of the top three major Jewish festivals...