Israeli House at B’nai Amoona

324 South Mason Road

Creve Coeur, Mo. 63141


email: [email protected]

Program Director: Talia Stadler  

Bayit Israeli (Israeli House) is a meeting place for Israelis residing in St. Louis. The concept of Bayit Israeli was established by the late Ophira Navon, the wife of former Israeli president Yizhak Navon, who believed in keeping close ties with the Israeli community around the world. In partnership with Congregation B’nai Amoona, Bayit Israeli offers a wide range of programs and activities. Most of the activities are conducted in Hebrew; a few events are in English. 

The current activities include: sing-a-long evenings featuring Hebrew songs, renowned lecturers/entertainers from Israel who speak/perform for the St. Louis Israeli/Jewish community, organized celebrations on special occasions/Jewish holidays such as Purim, Hanukkah and Sukkot, and various interest groups such as Israel Scouts. These groups meet on a regular basis at B’nai Amoona.