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Upcoming Events

Click through the various tabs and scroll down to see all upcoming events or click the title of the event for more information. For a full calendar overview, visit sholomchicago.org/calendarGuests Must Have Proof of Vaccination or Proof of Negative PCR Test Available When Entering Temple Sholom. 


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SundaySun, 2 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Cemetery Visit

Sunday, Oct 2nd (All day)It is traditional to visit the gravesites of loved ones during the High Holy Days. Temple Sholom is providing our community with the beautiful prayers for visiting the graves of loved ones on their own time.

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TuesdayTue, 4 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Kol Nidre Congregational Service

Tuesday, Oct 4th 7:30p to 9:00pJoin Temple Sholom for services on this evening when we recite the centuries-old Kol Nidre prayer (an Aramaic declaration meaning “all vows”) at our congregational service, supported by our spectacular cantor, choir, and musicians, as we prepare for Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement.

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WednesdayWed, 5 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Yom Kippur Family Service

Wednesday, Oct 5th 9:00a to 10:00aJoin Temple Sholom for a meaningful and thought-provoking service in which parents and children can honor Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, the annual Jewish observance of fasting, prayer, and repentance. Yom Kippur is considered the holiest day on the Jewish calendar. As we embark on the new year, 5783,  which began on Rosh Hashanah, we invite families with children 12 and under to join this service in person.  

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WednesdayWed, 5 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
JK-3rd Grade Yom Kippur Experience

Wednesday, Oct 5th 10:45a to 1:30pTemple Sholom offers a Children's High Holy Day Experience (JK-3rd Grade) and Childcare (for those age 3 and under) during the congregational services on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur day. These options both begin at 10:45am.

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WednesdayWed, 5 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Yom Kippur Congregational Service

Wednesday, Oct 5th 11:00a to 12:30pJoin Temple Sholom for a congregational service for members and their children 13 years of age and older to honor Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, the annual Jewish observance of fasting, prayer, and repentance. Yom Kippur is considered the holiest day on the Jewish calendar. 

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WednesdayWed, 5 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Various Learning Sessions

Wednesday, Oct 5th 1:30p to 2:30pEngage, learn, and relax with clergy and guest speakers as we engage with what is driving us on this Yom Kippur.

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WednesdayWed, 5 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Yom Kippur Yizkor Service

Wednesday, Oct 5th 3:00p to 4:00pA service centered around the recitation of memorial prayers for our deceased loved ones as well as for the martyrs of the Jewish people.

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WednesdayWed, 5 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Yom Kippur Afternoon Service

Wednesday, Oct 5th 4:00p to 5:00pContinuing after Yizkor, we read Torah and hear the Book of Jonah as we continue our impactful day of prayer and repentance. This service is led by the leaders of our Orr Shalom High School Youth Group Executive Board.

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WednesdayWed, 5 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Yom Kippur Neilah Service

Wednesday, Oct 5th 5:15p to 5:45pThe final service of Yom Kippur, literally meaning “closing” and refers to the symbolic closing of the gates of heaven.

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WednesdayWed, 5 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Yom Kippur Havdalah

Wednesday, Oct 5th 5:45p to 6:45pA short ritual service that marks the end of Yom Kippur.

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WednesdayWed, 5 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Makom Break-the-Fast

Wednesday, Oct 5th 7:00p to 9:00pJoin Makom for a Break-the-Fast following Yom Kippur services at Temple Sholom! We'll enjoy delicious bagels and lox and sip on mimosas together to conclude a meaningful Yom Kippur day.

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MondayMon, 10 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Sukkot Festival Service

Monday, Oct 10th 10:30a to 12:00pJoin the Temple Sholom community at Emanuel Congregation in worship and prayer as we celebrate Sukkot, one of the most joyful festivals on the Jewish calendar. “Sukkot,” a Hebrew word meaning "booths" or "huts," refers to the Jewish festival of giving thanks for the fall harvest. The holiday has also come to commemorate the 40 years of Jewish wandering in the desert after the giving of the Torah atop Mt. Sinai.

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MondayMon, 10 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Temple Sholom Sukkot Celebration

Monday, Oct 10th 5:00p to 6:30pJoin the Temple Sholom community for an evening in the Sukkah! Shake the lulav and etrog, and wander around our fall "shuk" or marketplace. Pick up snacks, treats, beverages and crafts to decorate our temple sukkah, while catching up with your Temple Sholom community. All ages are welcome!

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FridayFri, 14 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Sukkot Tot Service

Friday, Oct 14th 5:00p to 5:30pJoin the Temple Sholom clergy and education team for a Sukkot-themed Tot service where we will shake the lulav and etrog, enjoy songs and stories, and welcome in Sukkot together. 

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SundaySun, 16 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Simchat Torah Congregational Celebration/Consecration

Sunday, Oct 16th 4:00p to 5:00pSimchat Torah Congregational Celebration/Consecration. More details to come.

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FridayFri, 30 SepSeptember, 2022

 
 
Shabbat Service

Friday, Sep 30th 6:15p to 7:30pJoin the Temple Sholom community to welcome in Shabbat either online or in person at Temple Sholom.

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TuesdayTue, 4 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Kol Nidre Congregational Service

Tuesday, Oct 4th 7:30p to 9:00pJoin Temple Sholom for services on this evening when we recite the centuries-old Kol Nidre prayer (an Aramaic declaration meaning “all vows”) at our congregational service, supported by our spectacular cantor, choir, and musicians, as we prepare for Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement.

MORE INFO

WednesdayWed, 5 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Yom Kippur Family Service

Wednesday, Oct 5th 9:00a to 10:00aJoin Temple Sholom for a meaningful and thought-provoking service in which parents and children can honor Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, the annual Jewish observance of fasting, prayer, and repentance. Yom Kippur is considered the holiest day on the Jewish calendar. As we embark on the new year, 5783,  which began on Rosh Hashanah, we invite families with children 12 and under to join this service in person.  

MORE INFO

WednesdayWed, 5 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Yom Kippur Congregational Service

Wednesday, Oct 5th 11:00a to 12:30pJoin Temple Sholom for a congregational service for members and their children 13 years of age and older to honor Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, the annual Jewish observance of fasting, prayer, and repentance. Yom Kippur is considered the holiest day on the Jewish calendar. 

MORE INFO

WednesdayWed, 5 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Yom Kippur Yizkor Service

Wednesday, Oct 5th 3:00p to 4:00pA service centered around the recitation of memorial prayers for our deceased loved ones as well as for the martyrs of the Jewish people.

MORE INFO

WednesdayWed, 5 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Yom Kippur Afternoon Service

Wednesday, Oct 5th 4:00p to 5:00pContinuing after Yizkor, we read Torah and hear the Book of Jonah as we continue our impactful day of prayer and repentance. This service is led by the leaders of our Orr Shalom High School Youth Group Executive Board.

MORE INFO

WednesdayWed, 5 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Yom Kippur Neilah Service

Wednesday, Oct 5th 5:15p to 5:45pThe final service of Yom Kippur, literally meaning “closing” and refers to the symbolic closing of the gates of heaven.

MORE INFO

WednesdayWed, 5 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Yom Kippur Havdalah

Wednesday, Oct 5th 5:45p to 6:45pA short ritual service that marks the end of Yom Kippur.

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FridayFri, 7 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Shabbat Service

Friday, Oct 7th 6:15p to 7:30pJoin the Temple Sholom community to welcome in Shabbat either online or in person at Temple Sholom.

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MondayMon, 10 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Sukkot Festival Service

Monday, Oct 10th 10:30a to 12:00pJoin the Temple Sholom community at Emanuel Congregation in worship and prayer as we celebrate Sukkot, one of the most joyful festivals on the Jewish calendar. “Sukkot,” a Hebrew word meaning "booths" or "huts," refers to the Jewish festival of giving thanks for the fall harvest. The holiday has also come to commemorate the 40 years of Jewish wandering in the desert after the giving of the Torah atop Mt. Sinai.

MORE INFO

FridayFri, 14 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Sukkot Tot Service

Friday, Oct 14th 5:00p to 5:30pJoin the Temple Sholom clergy and education team for a Sukkot-themed Tot service where we will shake the lulav and etrog, enjoy songs and stories, and welcome in Sukkot together. 

MORE INFO

FridayFri, 14 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Shabbat Mishpacha ft. 3rd Grade

Friday, Oct 14th 5:30p to 7:30pJoin us for a special Shabbat service (at our usual time) where we invite our 3rd Grade families to sing songs and lead prayers! Those in person are invited to join us for a catered dinner (Kosher option available) before the service.

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FridayFri, 14 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Shabbat Service

Friday, Oct 14th 6:15p to 7:30pJoin the Temple Sholom community to welcome in Shabbat either online or in person at Temple Sholom.

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SundaySun, 16 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Simchat Torah Congregational Celebration/Consecration

Sunday, Oct 16th 4:00p to 5:00pSimchat Torah Congregational Celebration/Consecration. More details to come.

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MondayMon, 17 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Simchat Torah Festival Service/Yizkor

Monday, Oct 17th 10:30a to 11:30aJoin Temple Sholom and Emanuel Congregation for Sm'mini Atzeret & Simchat Torah, a fun-filled day during which we celebrate the completion of the annual reading of the Torah and affirm Torah as one of the pillars on which we build our lives.

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ThursdayThu, 29 SepSeptember, 2022

 
 
Game Day

Thursday, Sep 29th 1:00p to 3:00pGame Lovers (Canasta, Mah Jongg). A lively and social group that meets weekly for some friendly competition. Join the group each Thursday to play Mah Jongg, Canasta, and other various games.

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MondayMon, 3 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Monday Meal Mitzvah

Monday, Oct 3rd 3:00p to 6:45pThe Monday Meal Mitzvah is back in person! Volunteer to prepare and/or serve a warm meal to those in need. This is a great opportunity for anyone 12 years of age and older, who are looking for a meaningful volunteer experience. This is a long standing Temple Sholom/Sholom Justice program, and we are excited to be back. If you are in need of a meal, the Lake Shore Drive doors open at 5:15pm and we suggest you arrive by 4:45pm.

MORE INFO

WednesdayWed, 5 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Makom Break-the-Fast

Wednesday, Oct 5th 7:00p to 9:00pJoin Makom for a Break-the-Fast following Yom Kippur services at Temple Sholom! We'll enjoy delicious bagels and lox and sip on mimosas together to conclude a meaningful Yom Kippur day.

MORE INFO

ThursdayThu, 6 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Minnie Solomon z"l Book Club

Thursday, Oct 6th 11:00a to 12:30pMonthly Book Club that meets the first Thursday of every month and discusses popular literature.

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MondayMon, 10 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Temple Sholom Sukkot Celebration

Monday, Oct 10th 5:00p to 6:30pJoin the Temple Sholom community for an evening in the Sukkah! Shake the lulav and etrog, and wander around our fall "shuk" or marketplace. Pick up snacks, treats, beverages and crafts to decorate our temple sukkah, while catching up with your Temple Sholom community. All ages are welcome!

MORE INFO

ThursdayThu, 13 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Game Day

Thursday, Oct 13th 1:00p to 3:00pGame Lovers (Canasta, Mah Jongg). A lively and social group that meets weekly for some friendly competition. Join the group each Thursday to play Mah Jongg, Canasta, and other various games.

MORE INFO

ThursdayThu, 13 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Letter Writing to Get Out the Vote

Thursday, Oct 13th 6:00p to 8:00pThe Reproductive Justice Task Force is working with Vote Forward to encourage fellow citizens to use their voice in the critical Nov 8 midterm elections. We have the materials; we just need you! There is limited space, register today.

MORE INFO

FridayFri, 14 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Shabbat Mishpacha ft. 3rd Grade

Friday, Oct 14th 5:30p to 7:30pJoin us for a special Shabbat service (at our usual time) where we invite our 3rd Grade families to sing songs and lead prayers! Those in person are invited to join us for a catered dinner (Kosher option available) before the service.

MORE INFO

SaturdaySat, 15 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Or Chadash Havdalah & Yizkor

Shabbat, Oct 15th 6:30p to 7:30pJoin Or Chadash for a special Havdalah and Yizkor service, held at the AIDS Garden Chicago.

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SundaySun, 16 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Letter Writing to Get Out the Vote

Sunday, Oct 16th 12:30p to 2:00pThe Reproductive Justice Task Force is working with Vote Forward to encourage fellow citizens to use their voice in the critical Nov 8 midterm elections. We have the materials; we just need you! Space is limited, register today.

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TuesdayTue, 18 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
IOT Planning Meeting & Social Hour

Tuesday, Oct 18th 5:00p to 6:00pJoin IOT as we start planning events for the calendar year, we want to hear from you! In addition to planning, this will be an opportunity to meet fellow IOT'ers. Have your favorite snacks and drinks on hand.

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TuesdayTue, 18 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Pretrial Fairness Act Educational Session

Tuesday, Oct 18th 7:00p to 9:00pJoin the Temple Advocacy Committee for an educational session on the recently enacted Pretrial Fairness Act that bans money bail for people accused of criminal acts. This is open to the congregation and in addition to learning more about the act, learn how this bill will affect Chicago.

MORE INFO

ThursdayThu, 20 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Game Day

Thursday, Oct 20th 1:00p to 3:00pGame Lovers (Canasta, Mah Jongg). A lively and social group that meets weekly for some friendly competition. Join the group each Thursday to play Mah Jongg, Canasta, and other various games.

MORE INFO

MondayMon, 24 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Monday Meal Mitzvah

Monday, Oct 24th 3:00p to 6:45pThe Monday Meal Mitzvah is back in person! Volunteer to prepare and/or serve a warm meal to those in need. This is a great opportunity for anyone 12 years of age and older, who are looking for a meaningful volunteer experience. This is a long standing Temple Sholom/Sholom Justice program, and we are excited to be back. If you are in need of a meal, the Lake Shore Drive doors open at 5:15pm and we suggest you arrive by 4:45pm.

MORE INFO

TuesdayTue, 25 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
The Midterm Elections and Reproductive Justice – the Importance and Impact Panel Discussion

Tuesday, Oct 25th 6:00p to 8:00pA panel of experts, facilitated by Rabbi Singer, will share different perspectives on how critical the Nov. 8 elections are for reproductive justice and especially the precarious status for Illinois to remain a “safe state”. Visit the event page for information on the evening, and the panel of experts who will be joining us.

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WednesdayWed, 12 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Wednesday Morning Study Group with Rabbi Gellman

Wednesday, Oct 12th 10:00a to 11:30aExploring Reform Judaism with Rabbi Gellman

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WednesdayWed, 12 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Adult Education Guest Scholar: Organizing 101 – How Do the Powerless Get Power? with Tom Tresser in conversation with Rabbi Scott Gellman

Wednesday, Oct 12th 7:00p to 8:30pDid you know that President Obama started out as a community organizer on Chicago’s South Side? What is community organizing? What makes for an effective community organizer? How is organizing different from other forms of social service or change work? Long time civic educator and public defender Tom Tresser will address these questions in a dialog with Rabbi Scott Gellman.

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WednesdayWed, 19 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Wednesday Morning Study Group with Rabbi Gellman

Wednesday, Oct 19th 10:00a to 11:30aExploring Reform Judaism with Rabbi Gellman

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WednesdayWed, 19 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Guest Scholar - Coming of Age in America with Elly Fishman

Wednesday, Oct 19th 7:30p to 8:30pElly Fishman discusses her acclaimed book, Refugee High: Coming of Age in America, which chronicles a year in the life of a Chicago high school that has one of the highest proportions of refugee students of any school in the nation. Winner of the Studs and Ida Terkel Prize, "Refugee High" raises vital questions about the priorities and values of a public school system and offers a captivating, eye-opening window into the lives of Chicago's newest residents.

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SundaySun, 23 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Introduction to Biblical Hebrew

Sunday, Oct 23rd 10:30a to 11:30aLearn to read Hebrew and the basics of the Hebrew language. The class will focus on the rudiments of grammar, supplementing our studies with texts from the Torah and the Siddur. The class is recommended for the beginner, as well as for those who have some knowledge of Hebrew grammar. The class textbook is The First Hebrew Primer (Simon, Resnikoff and Motzkin, eds.).

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SundaySun, 23 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Guest Scholar - Live at Mister Kelly's with David Marienthal

Sunday, Oct 23rd 10:45a to 11:45aDavid Marienthal will talk about his father and uncle the late George and Oscar Marienthal, and their powerhouse establishment, Mr. Kelly’s, an integral part of Chicago’s entertainment industry in the mid-20th century. From 1953 to 1975, Mr. Kelly’s was the place to be: The Rush Street nightclub launched the careers of many Hollywood luminaries, including. Barbra Streisand, Bette Midler, Mort Sahl, Lenny Bruce, and Freddie Prinze.

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SundaySun, 23 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
The Jewish Bible : A Material History

Sunday, Oct 23rd 10:45a to 11:45aRoberta Schwartz will discuss The Jewish Bible : A Material History by David Stern. (University Of Washington Press, 2017.) Prof. Stern concentrates on the Bible as found in design and material, from 1st-2nd centuries BCE into modern times.

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SundaySun, 23 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Pressing Questions of Modern Jewish Life

Sunday, Oct 23rd 2:00p to 3:00pWe will be reading and discussing Can Robots Be Jewish, edited by Amy E. Schwartz. (Moment Books). We will discuss questions of twenty-first century dilemmas addressed by different Jewish perspectives on the topics of science, sex, modern life, values, politics, and the universe.

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TuesdayTue, 25 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Daf Shevui: A Weekly Study of a Page of Talmud with Rabbi Conover

Tuesday, Oct 25th 8:30a to 9:30aJoin Rabbi Conover to study a page of Talmud each week in Tractate Brachot from the Babylonian Talmud. Over this year-long course, we will explore the stories and meaning within the pages and sharpen our Talmud skills. No experience necessary. Feel free to join anytime!

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TuesdayTue, 25 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
The Midterm Elections and Reproductive Justice – the Importance and Impact Panel Discussion

Tuesday, Oct 25th 6:00p to 8:00pA panel of experts, facilitated by Rabbi Singer, will share different perspectives on how critical the Nov. 8 elections are for reproductive justice and especially the precarious status for Illinois to remain a “safe state”. Visit the event page for information on the evening, and the panel of experts who will be joining us.

MORE INFO

WednesdayWed, 26 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Wednesday Morning Study Group Hartman Hot Topics with Rabbi Conover

Wednesday, Oct 26th 10:00a to 11:30aJoin Rabbi Conover for lively discussions this fall on some of the stickiest ethical dilemmas of our time. We'll delve into a curriculum exclusively designed by thought leaders at the institute. This class will engender conversations so topical and compelling; you'll find yourself talking about them long after the class is over.

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WednesdayWed, 26 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Israel 101

Wednesday, Oct 26th 7:30p to 8:00pTogether we will study the history and geography of Israel and how this effects the life and politics of the state today.

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SundaySun, 30 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Hartman Hot Topics with Rabbi Conover

Sunday, Oct 30th 9:30a to 10:30aJoin Rabbi Conover for lively discussions this fall on some of the stickiest ethical dilemmas of our time. We'll delve into a curriculum exclusively designed by thought leaders at the institute. This class will engender conversations so topical and compelling; you'll find yourself talking about them long after the class is over.

MORE INFO

SundaySun, 30 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Introduction to Biblical Hebrew

Sunday, Oct 30th 10:30a to 11:30aLearn to read Hebrew and the basics of the Hebrew language. The class will focus on the rudiments of grammar, supplementing our studies with texts from the Torah and the Siddur. The class is recommended for the beginner, as well as for those who have some knowledge of Hebrew grammar. The class textbook is The First Hebrew Primer (Simon, Resnikoff and Motzkin, eds.).

MORE INFO

SundaySun, 30 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
The Jewish Bible : A Material History

Sunday, Oct 30th 10:45a to 11:45aRoberta Schwartz will discuss The Jewish Bible : A Material History by David Stern. (University Of Washington Press, 2017.) Prof. Stern concentrates on the Bible as found in design and material, from 1st-2nd centuries BCE into modern times.

MORE INFO

MondayMon, 3 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Monday Meal Mitzvah

Monday, Oct 3rd 3:00p to 6:45pThe Monday Meal Mitzvah is back in person! Volunteer to prepare and/or serve a warm meal to those in need. This is a great opportunity for anyone 12 years of age and older, who are looking for a meaningful volunteer experience. This is a long standing Temple Sholom/Sholom Justice program, and we are excited to be back. If you are in need of a meal, the Lake Shore Drive doors open at 5:15pm and we suggest you arrive by 4:45pm.

MORE INFO

SundaySun, 9 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Feed the Hungry

Sunday, Oct 9th 9:30a to 10:30aThe newly improved (and COVID-19 safe) Feed the Hungry (FTH) allows you the opportunity to sponsor a monthly FTH Sunday. As a sponsor, you shop for the items needed, assemble the sandwiches at home, and deliver them to a church on the West Side (at a socially safe distance with masks).

MORE INFO

WednesdayWed, 12 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Adult Education Guest Scholar: Organizing 101 – How Do the Powerless Get Power? with Tom Tresser in conversation with Rabbi Scott Gellman

Wednesday, Oct 12th 7:00p to 8:30pDid you know that President Obama started out as a community organizer on Chicago’s South Side? What is community organizing? What makes for an effective community organizer? How is organizing different from other forms of social service or change work? Long time civic educator and public defender Tom Tresser will address these questions in a dialog with Rabbi Scott Gellman.

MORE INFO

ThursdayThu, 13 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Letter Writing to Get Out the Vote

Thursday, Oct 13th 6:00p to 8:00pThe Reproductive Justice Task Force is working with Vote Forward to encourage fellow citizens to use their voice in the critical Nov 8 midterm elections. We have the materials; we just need you! There is limited space, register today.

MORE INFO

SundaySun, 16 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Letter Writing to Get Out the Vote

Sunday, Oct 16th 12:30p to 2:00pThe Reproductive Justice Task Force is working with Vote Forward to encourage fellow citizens to use their voice in the critical Nov 8 midterm elections. We have the materials; we just need you! Space is limited, register today.

MORE INFO

TuesdayTue, 18 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Pretrial Fairness Act Educational Session

Tuesday, Oct 18th 7:00p to 9:00pJoin the Temple Advocacy Committee for an educational session on the recently enacted Pretrial Fairness Act that bans money bail for people accused of criminal acts. This is open to the congregation and in addition to learning more about the act, learn how this bill will affect Chicago.

MORE INFO

WednesdayWed, 19 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Guest Scholar - Coming of Age in America with Elly Fishman

Wednesday, Oct 19th 7:30p to 8:30pElly Fishman discusses her acclaimed book, Refugee High: Coming of Age in America, which chronicles a year in the life of a Chicago high school that has one of the highest proportions of refugee students of any school in the nation. Winner of the Studs and Ida Terkel Prize, "Refugee High" raises vital questions about the priorities and values of a public school system and offers a captivating, eye-opening window into the lives of Chicago's newest residents.

MORE INFO

MondayMon, 24 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Monday Meal Mitzvah

Monday, Oct 24th 3:00p to 6:45pThe Monday Meal Mitzvah is back in person! Volunteer to prepare and/or serve a warm meal to those in need. This is a great opportunity for anyone 12 years of age and older, who are looking for a meaningful volunteer experience. This is a long standing Temple Sholom/Sholom Justice program, and we are excited to be back. If you are in need of a meal, the Lake Shore Drive doors open at 5:15pm and we suggest you arrive by 4:45pm.

MORE INFO

TuesdayTue, 25 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
The Midterm Elections and Reproductive Justice – the Importance and Impact Panel Discussion

Tuesday, Oct 25th 6:00p to 8:00pA panel of experts, facilitated by Rabbi Singer, will share different perspectives on how critical the Nov. 8 elections are for reproductive justice and especially the precarious status for Illinois to remain a “safe state”. Visit the event page for information on the evening, and the panel of experts who will be joining us.

MORE INFO

SundaySun, 30 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Sholom Justice Blood Drive

Sunday, Oct 30th 8:00a to 2:00pThe Sholom Justice blood drives are back! There is still a critical need for blood donations—and every contribution helps.

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SundaySun, 30 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Feed the Hungry

Sunday, Oct 30th 9:30a to 10:30aThe newly improved (and COVID-19 safe) Feed the Hungry (FTH) allows you the opportunity to sponsor a monthly FTH Sunday. As a sponsor, you shop for the items needed, assemble the sandwiches at home, and deliver them to a church on the West Side (at a socially safe distance with masks).

MORE INFO

MondayMon, 31 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Monday Meal Mitzvah

Monday, Oct 31st 3:00p to 6:45pThe Monday Meal Mitzvah is back in person! Volunteer to prepare and/or serve a warm meal to those in need. This is a great opportunity for anyone 12 years of age and older, who are looking for a meaningful volunteer experience. This is a long standing Temple Sholom/Sholom Justice program, and we are excited to be back. If you are in need of a meal, the Lake Shore Drive doors open at 5:15pm and we suggest you arrive by 4:45pm.

MORE INFO

SundaySun, 18 DecDecember, 2022

 
 
Sholom Justice Chanukah Box Project

Sunday, Dec 18th 8:00a to 2:00p

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SundaySun, 29 JanJanuary, 2023

 
 
Sholom Justice Blood Drive

Sunday, Jan 29th 8:00a to 2:00pThe Sholom Justice blood drives are back! There is still a critical need for blood donations—and every contribution helps.

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SundaySun, 30 AprApril, 2023

 
 
Sholom Justice Blood Drive

Sunday, Apr 30th 8:00a to 2:00pThe Sholom Justice blood drives are back! There is still a critical need for blood donations—and every contribution helps.

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WednesdayWed, 5 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
JK-3rd Grade Yom Kippur Experience

Wednesday, Oct 5th 10:45a to 1:30pTemple Sholom offers a Children's High Holy Day Experience (JK-3rd Grade) and Childcare (for those age 3 and under) during the congregational services on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur day. These options both begin at 10:45am.

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FridayFri, 14 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Shabbat Mishpacha ft. 3rd Grade

Friday, Oct 14th 5:30p to 7:30pJoin us for a special Shabbat service (at our usual time) where we invite our 3rd Grade families to sing songs and lead prayers! Those in person are invited to join us for a catered dinner (Kosher option available) before the service.

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SundaySun, 23 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Yom Ruach (Camp Spirit Day)

Sunday, Oct 23rd 9:00a to 12:00pCome to Religious School dressed in your favorite camp swag!

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SaturdaySat, 29 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Junior Congregation

Shabbat, Oct 29th 11:30a to 12:00pJoin our JK-2nd Grade Religious School students for a family service led by them!

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FridayFri, 4 NovNovember, 2022

 
 
5th - 8th Grade Retreat @ OSRUI

Friday, Nov 4th 4:00p to Sunday, Nov 6th 11:00a5th - 8th Graders are invited for a fun weekend at URJ's camp OSRUI!

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FridayFri, 16 DecDecember, 2022

 
 
Shabbat Mishpacha featuring Junior & Senior Kindergarten

Friday, Dec 16th 5:30p to 7:30pJoin us for a special Shabbat service (at our usual time) where we invite our Jr. & Sr. Kindergarteners to sing songs and lead prayers! Those joining in person are invited to join us for a catered dinner (Kosher option available) at 5:30 PM before services begin.

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MondayMon, 10 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Temple Sholom Sukkot Celebration

Monday, Oct 10th 5:00p to 6:30pJoin the Temple Sholom community for an evening in the Sukkah! Shake the lulav and etrog, and wander around our fall "shuk" or marketplace. Pick up snacks, treats, beverages and crafts to decorate our temple sukkah, while catching up with your Temple Sholom community. All ages are welcome!

MORE INFO

FridayFri, 14 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Sukkot Tot Service

Friday, Oct 14th 5:00p to 5:30pJoin the Temple Sholom clergy and education team for a Sukkot-themed Tot service where we will shake the lulav and etrog, enjoy songs and stories, and welcome in Sukkot together. 

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FridayFri, 14 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Shabbat Mishpacha ft. 3rd Grade

Friday, Oct 14th 5:30p to 7:30pJoin us for a special Shabbat service (at our usual time) where we invite our 3rd Grade families to sing songs and lead prayers! Those in person are invited to join us for a catered dinner (Kosher option available) before the service.

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SundaySun, 16 OctOctober, 2022

 
 
Simchat Torah Congregational Celebration/Consecration

Sunday, Oct 16th 4:00p to 5:00pSimchat Torah Congregational Celebration/Consecration. More details to come.

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FridayFri, 16 DecDecember, 2022

 
 
Shabbat Mishpacha featuring Junior & Senior Kindergarten

Friday, Dec 16th 5:30p to 7:30pJoin us for a special Shabbat service (at our usual time) where we invite our Jr. & Sr. Kindergarteners to sing songs and lead prayers! Those joining in person are invited to join us for a catered dinner (Kosher option available) at 5:30 PM before services begin.

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Wed, September 28 2022 3 Tishrei 5783