The Center for Jewish Learning (CJL) is an integral part of our community engagement efforts at the Jewish Federation of St. Louis. One of our core commitments is to expand and strengthen an engaged, vibrant, and flourishing Jewish community, and the CJL offers ongoing opportunities for us to come together and broaden our understanding of Jewish life, history, and spirituality.
By encouraging interaction and collaboration, the Center for Jewish Learning:
- Facilitates and convene the Jewish community around issues pertaining to Jewish education;
- Provides Jewish educational opportunities for individuals and institutional support for educational organizations;
- Enriches existing community educational programming; and
- Serves as a catalyst for new initiatives.
Explore the different programs offered by the Center for Jewish Learning in and around St. Louis. We welcome you to take part in all that our community has to offer!
Register now for classes in Hebrew Language, Classical and Contemporary Jewish Literature, Contemporary Issues and Jewish Thought, Jewish Spirituality and Practice and other courses through the Florence Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning.
Our speaker series is designed to promote a wide variety of engaging Jewish speakers and other thought leaders that are planning to visit St. Louis throughout the year. Hear a wide spectrum of ideas and experiences alongside fellow community members. See upcoming speakers and submit your event.
The Brodsky Library promotes the exploration of the rich world of Jewish knowledge and culture through convenient access to an unrivaled, evolving collection of significant Jewish resources and unique programming. Access the online catalog, plan a visit, and learn how to get involved.
Contact the Center for Jewish Learning
Have questions about CJL, our programs or how to take classes with our Jewish education center? Contact us today.