A nonprofit, independent news source to inform, inspire, educate and connect the St. Louis Jewish community.

St. Louis Jewish Light

A nonprofit, independent news source to inform, inspire, educate and connect the St. Louis Jewish community.

St. Louis Jewish Light

A nonprofit, independent news source to inform, inspire, educate and connect the St. Louis Jewish community.

St. Louis Jewish Light

Carson L. McGill has been named the new youth theater coordinator at the Jewish Community Center.

The J names new youth theater coordinator, plans spring production

December 28, 2016

Carson L. McGill has been named the new youth theater coordinator at the Jewish Community Center, and his first production will be “The Lion King Jr.”“Carson is a well-rounded theater professional with experience both on stage and off. He will be...

Sari Cohen, right, and Megan

Sari Cohen, Congregation United Hebrew

May 2, 2012

For her mitzvah project, Sari volunteered at SPENSA, Special Needs Soccer Association, a non-profit St Louis-based soccer program for young people who have mental or physical disabilities. Daughter of Ellie and Scott Cohen of Wildwood, Sari loves soccer...

 

Health center offers holistic approach to healthcare, all under one roof

BY PATRICIA CORRIGAN, SPECIAL TO THE JEWISH LIGHT March 21, 2012

Age matters, but it’s not the only factor when considering how to achieve or maintain optimum health, says Sharon Fitelson—and she practices what she preaches. “I have committed myself to help support people to be as healthy as possible, to look...

 

Ohr Chadash teen page welcomes new advisor

By Lily Siwak, Clayton High School March 19, 2012

This year, the St. Louis Jewish Light has many exciting things in store. Along with our usual interesting stories, we are lucky to welcome another new face to the Ohr Chadash teen page. Elizabeth Tucker, co-founder of Alive magazine, is eager to join...

South African confab brings together Jewish innovators

JTA February 13, 2012

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa -- A conference in South Africa brought together young Jewish innovators from across the country. More than 60 leading innovators from an array of business and social enterprises attended the first South African Young Jewish...

Joey Goldman

Joey Goldman, Congregation Shaare Emeth

December 28, 2011

This past summer, the Epworth Children & Family Services youth board was asked to create a community service project to benefit the homeless and runaway youth in the community. They called it Jeans for Teens. Youth board members spoke at various places...

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