Announcements Sponsors

Debby and Ethan Schuman  to welcome their new granddaughter, Gavriella Yakira Katz to St. Louis as well as her parents Gila and Yitzy, aunt and uncle Dov and Aliza Sassoon and great-grandparents David and Zelda Schuman.

Larry and Sunny Davis, in memory of Sunny's beloved uncle, Sholom Yaakov ben Baruch Mordechai, on the occasion of his 38th Yahrzeit.

Jackie & Alan Gerson in honor of the birth of their granddaughter, Noa Daniella, daughter of Shai and Tova Gerson.


Young Israel of St. Louis




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: Moshe Hus, ‘Simchas Yom Tov’



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: Alex Ozar, “The Messianic Sukkah, Assyriology, and a Really Big Fish Fry”




Friday, Sept. 28th

Candle lighting............6:31 PM                         

Mincha/Maariv............6:30 PM                          

            Saturday, Sept. 29th                              

Hashkama Minyan............. 7:30 AM                 Mincha...............6:20 PM                     

Shacharis........ ........8:30 AM                            Shabbos Ends...........7:29 PM                    

Kohelet...............................9:30 AM                           

                                                                        The Eruv is........UP!!

                                                                        Evening Shema.....after 7:32 PM                                                     

                                                                                                Sof Z’man Krias Shema . 9:53 AM

Kiddush:  sponsors invited                                                                                  Shalosh Seudos:  sponsors invited.


The Shulman family invites the entire congregation to an open Sukkah on Shabbat at their home, 8055 Amherst, 4:30 PM.


Sunday, Sept. 30th

Shacharis...............8:00 AM                                          Mincha/Maariv........6:25 PM

Monday, Tuesday, Oct. 1st, 2nd

Shacharis.........6:15 AM & 8:00 AM                              Mincha/Maariv.......6:25 PM



Wednesday, Oct. 3rd

Shacharis...........6:15 AM & 8:00 AM                                        Eruv Tavshilin



Wednesday, Oct. 3rd

Candle lighting...........6:23 PM                                       Mincha/Maariv......6:20 PM

Thursday, Oct. 4th

Hashkama Minyan...........7:30 AM                                Special Shiur ........5:15 PM

Shacharis..............9:00 AM                                           Mincha..........6:15 PM

Yizkor..............10:30 AM


Thursday, Oct. 4th

Candle lighting. no earlier than....7:21 PM           Maariv..........7:15 PM

                                                                        Hakafos...........7:45 PM

Friday, Oct 5th

Shacharis...............8:15 AM                              Musaf..........12:45 PM

Hakafos..............9:15 AM


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).


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.

TMK News

Torah MiTzion Kollel will be hosting its annual Ongoing Israeli Sukkah in the Teperberg’s backyard (7925 Delmar) from September 26 - October 4th.

- Oneg Shabbat together with N.C.S.Y. in the Israeli Sukkah at 9 PM

- Bring your K-6th grade children to this Israeli Sukkah for the Special Shabbat Party (Mesibat Shabbat), 5 -6 PM in the Teperberg’s backyard

- Simchat Beit HaShoava cosponsored by Torah MiTzion Kollel at Bais Abraham (6910 Delmar), Sunday Sept. 30, 7-10 PM (music, dessert and fun activities for the children in the Sukkah)

- Tikkun Lail Hoshana Rabbah, Tuesday October 2nd:

    9:00 PM -- “Hakhel & Simchat Torah” -Shiur given by Vardit Teperberg

    10:00 PM -- “Vezot HaBracha”- Shiur given by Rabbi Moshe Shulman

All welcome – light refreshments will be served

Community News

Oneg Shabbat/Simchat HaChag with NCSY & TMK  A program for all teens (grades 9-12) to come chill and get into the Sukkah spirit with friends while enjoying great food, awesome stories, and a kumsitz  When:  Friday, Sept. 28th 9:30PM-??:??  Where:  The Teperberg Sukkah 7925 Delmar. Cost: Bring a Friend Event Sponsored by TMK & NCSY

Simchat Beit HaShoeva A kick'in Sukkah Party complete with B.B.Q., Music, Dunking Booth, Massive Inflatable, Mike The Balloon Man, Clown and more!!!!  When:  Tues. Oct. 2nd JR NCSY 5:30-7:00 PM, SR NCSY 7:30-9:00PM  Where:  The Rovinsky Sukkah 8001Gannon. Cost: $5 (or bring a NEW NCSYer)   CHALLENGE:  If 30+ people attend, Rabbi R. will go into the dunking booth!!!!!

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!


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.