B'nai Emet Synagogue is a Conservative Jewish congregation where Judaism comes alive through inspiring religious, educational, and social programming designed to meet the evolving needs of our diverse congregants. It is a place where tradition is valued and innovation and creativity are appreciated and accepted. Congregants of all ages find a sense of belonging at B'nai Emet through t'fillah (prayer), Torah (learning), tikkun olam (social justice), and kehillah (community). B'nai Emet came into being in 1972, created by the merger of three congregations: B'nai Abraham, Mikro Kodesh, and Tifereth B'nai Jacob. The synagogue is located at 3115 Ottawa Ave. S., St. Louis Park, northeast of the junction of Highway 25 (old Highway 7) and Highway 100. Daily minyan times are 7:30 a.m. regularly (9:00 a.m. on public holidays) and 5:45 p.m.