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Shalom! Welcome to the High Holy Day Season at Congregation B’nai Amoona! The Yamim Noraim (Days of Awe) begin with our meaningful Selichot Service on Saturday night September 21, and will culminate with our joyous celebration of Simchat Torah on Monday evening, October 21 and Tuesday morning, October 22. 

Our Klei Kodesh, staff, and Lay Leaders have been busy preparing and planning services and activities for everyone to enjoy. We look forward to seeing you and encourage your active participation throughout the Holy Day season.  Below is an overview of what will be taking place at Shul during this busy time of the year.  Please take a few moments to review the contents. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our Executive Director, Andrew Schwebel, at 314-576-9990 x106, or

High Holy Days Babysitting
Supervised babysitting is for all children ages 1-5.  Our low sitter:child ratio makes it necessary to have a pre-registration process. Babysitting rooms are open during service times in the Main Sanctuary.  

Order Your Lulav & Etrog
First take the branch of a Lulav (palm). On the right side, attach 3 Hadasim (Myrtle branches). On the left, place 2 Aravot (willows). Now hold them together with a bright yellow Etrog and give them a good shake. Order yours today!

Bimah Beautifications, Sponsorships, Greetings
Please join us in celebrating the New Year - 5780! Your extra support can be applied to a High Holy Day Congregational Greeting, Bimah Beautifications and/or Programming for Children and Teens. 

Congregational Break Fast

NEW THIS YEAR! Join your B'nai Amoona family for a Congregational Break Fast immediately following the final Shofar blast.  

Pre-Simchat Torah Dinner

Please join us for complimentary dinner before our fun-filled Simchat Torah Celebration.


BAUSY Honey Orders

What better way to wish someone a Happy New Year than by sending them a jar of sweet Kosher honey? All proceeds benefit our Youth Department.


High Holy Days Bulletin 5780

Click HERE to download a pdf version of our High Holy Days Bulletin


Sun, August 25 2019 24 Av 5779