THE UNION FOR REFORM JUDAISM BIENNIAL takes place in our backyard this year! Don’t miss the seminars, sessions and 5,000 person Shabbat.
December 11-15 at the McCormick Center.
Early Bird Pricing continues through this Wednesday, October 16. There are many other pricing options available, too. For a complete list, visit urjbiennial.org/pricing.
Temple Sholom is also offering a limited number of subsidies. If interested, contact Executive Director, Jeremy Perlin, at firstname.lastname@example.org
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As Hurricane Dorian roars on, Federation opens relief fundEven as Hurricane Dorian continues to batter the eastern seaboard, and the scope of the devastation in the Bahamas is just beginning to be known, the Jewish Federation of Chicago has launched an emergency relief fund to aid recovery efforts. Donations to the Jewish Federation Hurricane Dorian Relief Fund can be made at donatenow.juf.org/disaster , by calling (312) 444-2869, or by sending ... Read More
Rabbi Conover Reflects on her trip to PolandOur town is burning, brother, burning, Our poor little town is burning, Angry winds are fanning higher The leaping tongues of flame and fire, The evil winds are roaring! Our whole town burns! And you stand looking on with folded arms, And shake your heads. You stand looking on with folded arms, While the fire spreads! –from “Our Town is ... Read More
We will rise and shine brightly for our time has come. Isaiah 60:1
We welcome you as you are; In every stage of your life.
We say to you “Hineynu – We are here when you need us.”
We challenge you to grow; to join our search for relevance and renewal in ancient wisdom.
We say to you “Awaken! So much to be discovered!”
We invite you to share our mission:
To be a source of healing in the world
To ask with us: “If not now, when? What is our sacred work?”
Thus we remember that we are a community that engages in Torah (sacred study), Avodah (spiritual exploration),
Tikkun Middot (personal growth) and Tikkun Olam (healing a broken world).
“Whether taking a class, enjoying a special musical event or feeling enriched after a thoughtful sermon, Temple Sholom is there for me in many ways.”Pamela Narins, Temple and committee member