“Bais Abe” is a warm, welcoming and inclusive modern Orthodox synagogue led by Rabbi Hyim Shafner located in the University City Loop area of St. Louis, close to Washington University. The community combines observance, passionate prayer and deep Torah study with creativity, openness and activism. We offer many opportunities for exploration and enrichment, including Shabbat services, weekday morning minyan, family shabbatons, weekly study sessions, a lively Lunch and Learn series, student hospitality programs and a junior congregation, and we are home to the St. Louis Women’s Tefillah Group. Individuals and families of all backgrounds and levels of observance are welcome.
Chabad on Campus - Rohr Center for Jewish Life is a vibrant and welcoming community and a wonderful way for students to experience Judaism while in college. Celebrating our 14th year of service to the campus community, we offer initiatives including family-style Shabbat dinners that typically attract more than 100 students each week, a plethora of educational classes and social programs! We have facilitated Birthright Israel trips for nearly 900 WashU students. Through the Chabad Student Association, we offer students the opportunity to lead our programs. A part of the campus safety net, Chabad professionals also provide guidance and referral.
synagogue Neve Shalom, a link in the chain of Jewish tradition that is millennia old. It is a large space, much larger than it looks because when you walk through these doors, you walk into Jerusalem, into Casablanca, into Minsk, into Salonika, into Strasbourg--into this space where Jews have sung the same song to G*d for generations. When you enter here, you have entered a larger space than you see.
NHBZ Is a House of Worship Prayer, like any skill, takes practice, growth in understanding and introspection. We strive to make our services joyful and meaningful for the experienced, yet accessible to those who seek to grow in their own spirituality.
13788 Conway Road, St. Louis, 63141, Missouri, United States
Phone: 314 469 0700 Fax: 341 434 7821
Reform congregation affiliated with the Union for Reform Judaism (www.urj.org), we strive to attain the high ideals of the movement. We make informed, meaningful choices from the Jewish tradition to guide our observance, take an open-minded approach to Jewish religious belief and practice, and provide a home where members can cultivate, explore, and expand their spirituality.