Announcements Sponsors

Rabbi Michael & Selina Rovinsky in memory of Selina’s brother, Brian Epstein, as an aliyah for his neshoma.  Brian passed away just before Rosh Hashanah.

In honor of Erna Waltuch and her birthday, by her St. Louis great-grandchildren: Jasmine, Ralph and Natalie Raskas, Bella, Jacob, Tamar and Avi Adler, and Isaac, Maya and Sophia Ohrenstein.

Chelle & Bobby Medow in honor of their amazing daughter Sima and her special birthday.


Young Israel of St. Louis







Friday, Sept 21st

Kol Nidre 6:20 PM                                            Candle lighting, no later than   6:42 PM


Saturday, Sept 22nd

Dawn 5:29 AM                                                 Musaf 12:45 PM                      

Shacharis  8:00 AM                                           Mincha 4:40 PM

Drasha 11:45 AM                                              Neilah 6:10 PM

Yizkor 12:15 PM                                               Shofar Sounds/Maariv   7:40 PM




Wednesday, Sept. 26th

Eruv Tavshilin

Candle lighting 6:34 PM                                     Mincha/Maariv  6:30 PM


Thursday, Sept. 27th

Hashkama Minyan 7:30 AM                              Shacharis 8:45 AM

Special Shiur 5:30 PM



Thursday, Sept. 27th

Candle lighting, no earlier than 7:32 PM              Mincha/Maariv              6:30 PM


Friday, Sept. 28th

Hashkama Minyan 7:30 AM                              Shacharis                      8:45 AM

Special Shiur 5:30 PM



MAZEL TOV – To Jackie and Alan Gerson on the birth of a granddaughter born erev Yom Kippur to Shai and Tova Gerson!  Mazel tov to Brent & Rachel Kornbloom on the birth of their triplets.  To sign up to assist the Kornblooms after the babies come home, please call Lori Goldman at 872-1826 or email  For information about cooking for them, please call Maurie Axelbaum at 727-4367.

REFUAH SHELAIMAH – Dr. Hillel Nachum Goldstein (ben Batya Eta), Rafael Dovid Grunberger (ben Bracha), Ruven Kirshner (ben Tovah Chaya), Zev Eliezer (ben Chaya Shaindel), Malka bas Chaya, and  Panina Medow Licht (Panina bas Rochel Ettel).


CONDOLENCES – to Selina Rovinsky on the passing of her brother, Brian Epstein.


KIDNAPPED CHAYALEI ZAHAL- Gilad ben Aviva (Shallit), Ehud ben Malka (Goldwasser), and Eldad ben Tova (Regev)



Sunday:            9-10 AM             Class in Trei-Asar given by Dr. Mitch Wolf. 

Mondays:          8:15 PM             Paths of Justice, taught in English by Uria Teperberg.

Tuesday:         11:00 AM             Women’s Parsha class given by Rabbis Rovinsky & Levitansky, resumes after Sukkot.

                                                                                                          After Maariv:     Talmud, Sanhedrin, Rabbi Amiel Rosenbloom.

Wednesday:      9:15 AM             Beit Midrash for Women Shmuel I, Vardit Teperberg, 7916 Stanford Ave.            

Thursday:         After Maariv       Dr. Dov Zeffren, Topics from the weekly Parsha, resumes after Sukkot.

                                                     Mesechta Berachot class given by Dr. Norman Katz, resumes after Sukkot.


Please Note


Lulav & Esrog – You may pick-up your Lulav & Esrog from 5:00 PM-10:00 PM this Monday in the Young Israel Social Hall.  Thank you to Michael Zeffren for making this possible.  We appreciate you!

TMK News

1) Ulpan Registration is now open for the fourth annual Ulpan Ivrit - 5768 sponsored by Torah MiTzion Kollel.  Adult and children's Hebrew classes are taught by Vardit Teperberg and the Sherut Leumi girls at Young Israel every Tuesday & Wednesday.

Semester one is 13 classes, October 9th - January 9th.   Semester two, also 13 classes, is January 15th -  April 9th.  $100 for each semester is paid in advance. Every student receives his/her own workbook. Scholarships are available. To register, please send a check to Torah MiTzion, 8222 Gannon,  St. Louis, MO 63132.

 2) Bat Mitzvot!   - Announcing the First Meeting of the Mother/Daughter Bat Mitzvah Program on October 14th, 7:00 - 8:30 PM.  This educational program of 10 classes was developed by Oshra Koren of Matan in Israel. Torah MiTzion Kollel is the first to offer this unique program in the U.S. ($140, scholarships are available).  Mothers of 6th graders should contact Vardit Teperberg  (314 420-3696) or Suzanne Sundy (314 420-7880).

 3) Simchat Beit HaShoava of Torah MiTzion Kollel will be held at Bais Abraham Congregation (6910 Delmar Blvd) on September 30, 7-10 PM. Come for music, dessert and fun activities for the children in the Sukkah.

 4) TMK is looking for U. City garage space for 6-9 months to store appliances (refrigerator, washer or dryer).  Can you help?


Community News

Save the Date!  Monday evening, October 22, at 7:30PM there will be a “Women's Only” event to Benefit displaced brides-to-be from Gush Katif.  Many families are still living in temporary shelters and do not have jobs.  Let's make a difference at this special Bridal Shower and L'Chaim.   Support these couples and join the fun at the home of Faye Newman, 7916 Stanford.   For reservations or more information call or email: Debbie Schuman, 314-727-3123  (, or Janet Weinberg, 314-721-4523  (

Save the date:  Sunday, November 4, 2007* for Ohr Atid's First  Annual Trivia Night! Do you know the capital of Brazil? Where were the 1964 Olympic Games held?  If you know the answers to these questions (or if you want to know) and are in the mood for a fun evening of trivia, food, games and prizes, you won't want to miss this event. Trivia Night will be held at Clayton Commons. Doors open at 6:30 PM and the games begin at 7:00 PM.   Pull together teams/tables of 8-10 players at $18 per person (or perhaps you wish to sponsor a table for $180). If you don't have a team, we will assign you to a table.  All proceeds benefit children with special needs in the St. Louis Jewish community.  For more information, or to register, contact Rachel Shapiro at 314-862-3745 or We hope to see you there!

Block High School Varsity Soccer Game  — v. Hazelwood  East at the Egan Center on Tuesday 9-25 at 6:30PM.  For more information Don Makovsky at 721-1218 or Rose Ann Ariel at 721-1636.

Jewish Council Against Family Violence & Jewish Women International presents Rabbi Joseph Telushkin speaking on WORDS THAT HURT, WORDS THAT HEAL, Communication for Healthy Relationships.  Rabbi Telushkin will be speaking on Thursday, October 25th from 7-9 PM at Clayton High School in the Commons & Auditorium.  For more information, or to make a reservation, contact Carly Cooper, at email: or 314-607-8444.


Jewish Family Music & Arts Festival  - Jam Fest 07 presented by the Jewish Federation and its agencies on Sunday, October 14th from 4 - 7 PM at the JCC.  For more information and to RSVP, register online at or contact Aliyah Schneider at 314-442-3832 or


Tehillim Hotline:  The new telephone number for the Tehillim hotline is (314) 995-7119. This is the number to call to add or remove a name or to check for updates. To participate on Sunday mornings from 9:15-10 am, please visit Fiona Kark’s home on 926 Jeanerette or call (314) 863-2829.


Shul Hours

The Shul office hours are Mon, Tues, Thurs, & Fri. from 9:30 AM – 2:30 PM. Closed on Wed.

Deadline for announcements:   Noon on Thursday & for Mazel Tovs 10 AM on Friday

Rabbi Moshe Shulman’s email is


If you are interested in sponsoring a weekly Shul Announcement, please email Clare ( or call the Shul office (727-1880).  Minimum suggested donation is $36.  Thank you.