Community Groups at Temple Sholom
Featured Community Group:
Monday Meal MitzvahThe Monday Meals Mitzvah team represents an ongoing effort to make sure that the less fortunate are continuously cared for and fed. Every Monday, a team of volunteers of all ages and from all walks of life put together packs of food for Chicago’s homeless, hungry, and disenfranchised. Monday Meals is just one of a huge number of ongoing Tikun Olam (healing the world) projects at Temple Sholom. Others can be found on the Social Justice page!
Community Groups Include:
Women of Reform Judaism. A dynamic community connecting women of all ages.
Programs and events for families with children 12 & under.
Connecting and legitimizing the LGBTQ Community in Reform Judaism.
The place for young(ish) Jew(ish) folks who are reforming and discovering our cultural and spiritual identities as we take on the world.
Explore the spiritual gifts of life after fifty with Cantor Emerita Aviva Katzman.
A fellowship of congregants working to create a sacred community of environmental stewards. Ultimate goal is to develop the “green” conscience of the community.
A dynamic community connecting men of all ages.
A monthly club bringing book lovers together. Choose from an AM or PM option.
Engage in acts of Tikkun Olam (repairing the world).
Chavrei Shalom: For children in 3rd-5th grade; Noar Shalom: For children in 6th-8th grade; Orr Shalom: For children in 9th- 12th grade.
A committee that provides our membersand families with help and support in the time of need.
It’s Our Turn is primarily a social group: we are not yet old enough to be forever young, but it is definitely Our Turn to enjoy life.