7708 Delmar Blvd.
University City, MO 63130
7708 Delmar Blvd.
4224 South Grand
St. Louis, MO 63111
This location is open only from Mother’s Day through Labor Day. Hours are 11:00 am-10:30 pm.
St. Louis, MO 63109
This location is open all year round. Hours are 11:00 am-11:00 pm.
Ted Drewes Frozen Custard is best known for our shakes called “concretes” that can be turned upside down!
Be sure to ask the attendant to see the letter of kosher certification as not all products are kosher certified. The Vaad Hoeir recommends that when ordering a concrete, malt or shake, to ask the attendant to run a cup of plain water on the spindle prior to making your order.
Rindskopf-Roth Funeral Chapel is the only Jewish family-owned and operated funeral chapel, providing excellence in funeral service to the entire St. Louis Jewish Community since 1884.
Next Dor is a vibrant center of activity that builds community for young Jewish adults. In addition to formal programming created by young adults, the Next Dor house, located in the Central West End, is gaining popularity as a place where young Jewish adults can meet, relax and build community. Next Dor offers Jewish learning opportunities, holiday celebrations, community service initiatives, social activities and more.
Cultural Leadership is modeled after a similar program in Washington, D.C., Operation Understanding DC (founded by Karen Kalish in 1993), which was inspired by a similar program, Operation Understanding, begun in Philadelphia in 1985 by former Congressman William H. Gray III and George Ross, former President of the American Jewish Committee in Philadelphia. Both programs were designed to rekindle the historical alliance between Jews and African Americans. (Click here to learn more.) Historically, these two groups have worked side by side to fight for social justice. Cultural Leadership expanded on this mission.
Berger Memorial Chapel has served the St. Louis Jewish community since 1896, providing compassionate, professional and personal guidance and support to area families in times of need.
We offer a full range of traditional funeral services to meet the needs of the families we serve—at our chapel, at a local temple or synagogue or at one of the six Jewish cemeteries in the greater St. Louis metropolitan area. We also offer pre-planned and pre-paid funeral services, and provide assistance to families seeking information regarding Jewish funeral services in areas outside of St. Louis.
A proud member of the Dignity Memorial® network since 1993, Berger Memorial Chapel remains a locally managed and operated funeral home. Richard W. Stein, and his daughter, Emily Stein MacDonald, represent the fourth and fifth generations to extend the tradition and legacy of the family-operated business. The Berger Memorial Chapel staff remain committed to the St. Louis Jewish community and the families we serve.
Please contact us if you need immediate assistance, or you would like more information about our services.
Gokul Snacks and Sweets has been St. Louis’ sole “vegetarian Indian fast food” for over 5 years. We have been reviewed by the St. Louis Post Dispatch as well as River Front Times. We serve delicious vegetarian dishes and sweets. Please check our online Menu and place your orders online for an even faster service.
Delmar Location is certified Kosher – Vaad Hoeir.
As the only Jewish congregation in the City of St. Louis, CRC has grown to more than 700 households since our founding in 1984. As a diverse and inclusive community, we seek equal roles for men and women and welcome members of interfaith backgrounds, Jews by choice, members of the gay and lesbian community, singles, and people of all ages. With a commitment to people paramount, member participation is a fundamental cornerstone of our philosophy. Our religious services are creative, non-sexist and flexible in both English and Hebrew. Members are free to dress in a manner expressive of their preferences.
CRC’s active GLBT Chavurah (group of friends) that typically meets monthly – usually in members’ homes. Events to be announced. Visit the website for more information.