The Saul Brodsky Jewish Community Library provides Jewish literature, information and works of Jewish interest for education, learning, study and enjoyment to promote and preserve knowledge of Judaism, its heritage and its culture.
With more than 22,500 books, CDs and videos, it is a lending library for the entire community. The library also houses the St. Louis Jewish Community Archives.
The library also offers extensive programming for children and adults including book reviews and discussions, presentations by authors and poets, music, films, and book groups and storytelling and a Summer Reading Club for children.
With Wi Fi and delicious gourmet coffee, the Brodsky Library is a pleasant place to read or study.