Young Israel of St. Louis


24 Iyar 5767






Friday, May 11th

Candle lighting…………………..7:45 PM                     Shacharis during week: Sun. 8:00 AM

Mincha/Maariv…………………….7:00 PM               Mon. Thurs. & Fri. 6:30 AM

                                                                                                            Tues. & Wed. 6:40 AM


Saturday, May 12th                                                               Mincha & Maariv during week – 7:55 PM

Hashkama Minyan.……………….7:30 AM                 Daf Yomi Shiur during week see Rabbi Rosenbloom

*Chumash Shiur………………….8:00 AM

Shacharis...……………………….9:00 AM                                                    

Mincha……………………………7:40 PM                Sof Z’man Krias Shema……….... 9:25 AM

Shabbos Ends.………………….....8:46 PM                The Eruv is………..………UP!!

* given by Dr. Dov Zeffren                                                                                                            Evening Shema……………after 8:47 PM
Kiddush:  sponsored in honor of Joelle, Sam & Lizzie Engel and Laura & Brian Kudowitz, who will be leaving St.Louis this summer, by their many young friends in the St. Louis area. They will be greatly missed!

Shalosh Seudos: sponsored by Jerry Jacobs in appreciation of the warm hospitality shown to him by the congregation when he was in St. Louis.


ERUVPlease check the Eruv hotline weekly 863-1811 for updated information.  Thank you.


Yom Yerushalayim – Wednesday, May 16th


Rosh Chodesh Sivan - Friday, May 18th



Shabbat Groups led by Uria Teperberg.  Groups are from 10:00 – 11:15 AM

1st-6th Grades: Jr. Congregation.  Age 4-1st grade: Davening groups.  Up to 4 yrs: Babysitting


‘V’Shinantem L’Vanecha:  Please join TMK for our parent-child learning program (K-6th grade), 10 min. after Kiddush on Shabbat morning.

Important Note to Parents: Parents are reminded that they are responsible for their children while on Shul property.  We ask that every child be either with a parent or in one of the supervised youth programs listed above.  This is essential for the safety of our children and the protection of Shul property.  Thanks for your cooperation.      




MAZEL TOVTo Faye & Earl Newman on the Bar Mitzvah of their grandson, Amitai Samuels, son of Rabbi Benji & Stephanie Samuels of Newton, MA.

-           To Ruth Shanker on the birth of a great grandson, Yehuda Ze’ev Fink, son of Ezekiel & Jilly Fink. Mazel tov to the grandparents Joel & Debbie Fink and Morey & Debbie Levovitz.

-           To Eli Fredman upon receiving the Kranzberg Memorial Scholarship from the Anti-Defamation League. This award is given to two high school seniors who have made outstanding contributions to the Jewish community.

-           To Tamar Garbow on being named a St. Louis Post Dispatch scholar athlete.


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


REFUAH SHELAIMAHZiva Adler (Ziva Tikva bat Luba Bracha), Rafael Dovid Grunberger (ben Bracha), Ruven Kirshner (ben Tovah Chaya),  Zev Eliezer (ben Chaya Shaindel), and Malka bas Chaya.



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

Mondays:    8:15 PM at Young Israel:  Paths of Justice, taught in English by Uria Teperberg. (All are welcome.)

Tuesday:    11 AM  Women’s Parsha class given by Rabbis Rovinsky & Levitansky. 

Immediately following Maariv:  Talmud, Sanhedrin, Rabbi Amiel Rosenbloom.

Wednesday:   9:15 AM   This week's Beit Midrash for Women will be at the home of Merle Hartstein 8115 Delmar.  Vardit Teperberg will be discussing the prophetess Hulda.

Immediately following Maariv:   Mesechta Berachot class given by Dr. Katz. 

Thursday:      7:30-8:30 PM with Dr. Dov Zeffren. Topics from the weekly Parsha   




YOUNG ISRAEL ANNUAL DINNER – Our Shul Dinner invitations are out!  Let’s all get our responses and ads in quickly, to support our hard working dinner and Journal committees, ably headed by Bonnie Drazen, Jessie Lefton and Rachel Shapiro.  Let’s be sure to invite all our friends and family in the greater community!!  This will be a night to remember!


Young Israel If your address or phone number have changed, please contact the office so that we may update the Shul directory for the Annual Dinner.


WOMEN’S DIVISION REMINDER!  Shavuot Take-Out Menu is online ( and ready to be viewed.  Call Heather at 314-260-9277 to get your orders in?  Quantities are limited. 




B.Y.H.S.   10th Annual Golf Classic, benefiting the Scholarship Fund, Monday, May 14th at the Meadowbrook Country Club.  Lunch at 11:30 AM; Shotgun Start at 1:00 PM.  Entry fees are $295 per golfer or $600 to be a hole sponsor both include lunch & buffet supper. Non-golfers may purchase dinner, which will be served at 6:00 PM at a cost of $25.  For more information call Don Makovsky, 726-1218.


“WOMEN ONLY” SWIM OPPORTUNITY – The Center of Clayton Recreation Department is willing to make its  indoor pool available for a “women only” swim program.  Possible times would be either Sunday mornings from 8-9 AM or Sunday evenings from 5:30-7:00 PM during the fall/winter months or all year around.  If you would be interested in this program, please let us know your time preference by contacting Avigayil Raul, 567-6678 or Batya Rich, 725-2327 by May 18th.  This is a wonderful opportunity to have a facility offer a swim program to us…. Let’s take advantage of it!!!!!!!


The Harvey Kornblum Jewish Food Pantry needs our help.  Hearty soups, tuna, peanut butter, healthy snacks, jelly, and canned pasta are great food items.  Other articles, such as shampoo and boxes of tissues are important too.  Please drop your items off at JF&CS, send checks, or call Sue (812-9307) or Ellen (812-9309) with questions.  Let’s not miss this Tzedakah! Thank you.


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 Bienenfeld’s U.S. number is 314-450-8731.   Email address:,

Address:  Primo Levi 8/2 Arnona Jerusalem 93783   Phone:  2-672-5466