Outside Bnai Emet

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Dublin Core

Title

Outside Bnai Emet

Subject

Judaism, St. Louis Park Eruv Neighborhood

Description

Bnai Emet is a Conservative congregation founded in 1971. Its origins lie with B’nai Abraham, a congregation founded in 1889 in South Minneapolis by Romanian immigrants. It moved to St. Louis Park in 1958, and in 1971 it merged with another congregation, Mikro-Tifereth, to create Bnai Emet. The congregation is currently “exploring the possibility of merging with another Conservative synagogue,â€ù according to its website, and it is likely to abandon its current facility. It is led by Rabbi Charni Flame Selch, the congregation’s first female rabbi and the only female rabbi to head a Twin Cities Conservative congregation.

Creator

Jacob Cohn

Publisher

Religion Department (Carleton College)

Date

3/19/12

Format

still image

Type

.jpg

Identifier

SLP_BnaiEmet.jpg

Coverage

Saint Louis Park, MN

Citation

Jacob Cohn , “Outside Bnai Emet,” Religions in Minnesota, accessed September 24, 2017, http://religionsmn.carleton.edu/items/show/340.