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    Aish HaTorah

    It is the mission of Aish HaTorah St. Louis to inspire and empower St. Louis Jews of all backgrounds to experience, explore, and share the beauty and wisdom of Torah and our Jewish heritage in order to build and sustain the future of the Jewish community. Aish HaTorah St. Louis was founded 30 years ago […]

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    Jewish Student Union (JSU)

    The Jewish Student Union of St. Louis (JSU) seeks to combat assimilation at its root by making Judaism “cool and relevant” to the largest, fastest growing, and most difficult to find and reach population of Jewish teenagers – the unaffiliated and under engaged. To achieve this goal, JSU facilitates bi-weekly club meetings in public schools. […]

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    Louis & Sarah Block Yeshiva High School

    Louis and Sarah Block Yeshiva High School is an Orthodox Jewish day school which includes grades nine through twelve. Separate buildings and programs are provided for boys and girls. The small size of the school, combined with a highly trained, experienced, and caring faculty, results in close attention to individual needs. BYHS feels more like […]

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    Saul Mirowitz Jewish Community School

    Saul Mirowitz Jewish Community School is a pluralistic Jewish independent school for children kindergarten through eighth grade. We offer a fully integrated general and Jewish studies curriculum that stimulates young minds, inspiring students to become independent thinkers, creative learners, and proud, knowledgeable and compassionate Jews. We believe that school can be much more than merely […]

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    St. Louis Friends of Israel Scouts

    The St. Louis Friends of Israel Scouts (FOIS) troop was formed eight years ago. The troop was named “Shevet Keshet” (in Hebrew), which translates to the “Arch Troop.” Throughout the school year, Shevet Keshet holds weekly meetings, special ceremonies and events, and two weekend overnight camping trips (one in the Spring; one in the Fall) […]

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    The PJ Library

    The PJ Library is a free program that supports families in their Jewish journey by sending Jewish-content books and music on a monthly basis to children from age six months to seven years. Every book is accompanied by a reading guide that contains additional information about the book, explains key concepts and terms, suggests discussion […]

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    Torah MiTzion Kollel

    Through their dedicated Israeli shlichim, the St. Louis Torah MiTzion Kollel promotes the ideals of Torat Israel, Am Israel and Eretz Israel. Together with members of the community, these shlichim provide educational activities in schools and synagogues that aim to strengthen Zionism, Jewish identity and Torah knowledge in all sectors of the Jewish community.