Temple Israel hosts a ‘Groovy’ Rick Recht concert/community-wide event for Jewish families

On Friday evening, September 16, Congregation Temple Israel is hosting an outdoor Shabbat event called Shabbatstock for families in the St. Louis Jewish community. The evening includes a bring-your-own picnic dinner on the Brodsky Circle lawn, complimentary Kosher ice cream from Cool Times Ice Cream Truck (sponsorship provided by Jewish Federation of St. Louis), face painting, a short Shabbat service with Rabbis Amy Feder and Michael Alper, and a live concert with Jewish Rock Radio’s Rick Recht.

This event is open to the entire Jewish community and is free of charge. Attendees are encouraged to bring a picnic blanket for the lawn and to wear their grooviest tie-dyed t-shirts. Beverages will be provided.

When: Friday, September 16, 2016 from 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Where: Congregation Temple Israel’s Brodsky Circle lawn
(#1 Rabbi Alvan D. Rubin Dr., St. Louis, 63141)

Cost: Free of charge. No RSVP required.


Event website can be found at www.ti-stl.org/Shabbatstock

For questions, contact Temple Israel’s front office at 314-432-8050.




Congregation Temple Israel is a caring, inclusive community committed to living Reform Judaism and participating in the sacred destiny of the Jewish people and Israel through education, worship, and repair of the world. We welcome and embrace individuals and families from all backgrounds. Wherever you may be along your Jewish journey, there is a place for you at Temple Israel. For more information, go to www.ti-stl.org.

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