Tu B'Shevat Event
Temple B'nai Israel is a small, independent, family-oriented, congregation, serving Jews in the far western suburbs of Chicago for over 100 years. Located near I-88 on the west side of Aurora, the membership comes to us from the counties of DuPage, Kane, Kendall, Will, and DeKalb. We are a "Hamish" synagogue: welcoming and nurturing to everyone, including those in interfaith marriages. Read more about us here.
Chicken Soup Sale
Our fifth annual chicken soup sale is coming up on Sunday, February 8 from 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Pick up or dine in! Cost is $8/person, $4/kids 10 and under, Free/kids 3 and under. Enjoy a bowl of homemade chicken soup with your choice of matzo balls or noodles! Vegetarian soup also available!
Chicken Soup—great for what ails you!
Click (or cluck) here for the printable flyer.
On Saturday, January 24 at 5:30 p.m. join us for supper and Bunco for all ages. See the Bunco Flyer for more information.
Spring Semester Adult Hebrew begins on January 18th. See the Adult Hebrew page for schedule and more information.
Family Shabbat Dinner
Our next family Shabbat Service will be Friday, February 20 at 7:00 p.m. Join us at 6:00 p.m. for a Shabbat Dinner. Dinner is free, but please let us know that you are coming.
Commentary on this week's Torah portion
Each week Rabbi Adler's commentary on the Torah portion can be found here.
Next activity is Sunday, February 15--click here.
Raising your children Jewish in a predominately Christian environment is hard. It truly takes a village when your kids have few Jewish friends. Temple B'nai Israel can make it easy to enjoy being Jewish. It's a wonderful place for your child's religious education. Click here to learn more.
Welcome to Rabbi Ami Adler
Rabbi Amitai Adler joins us on an interim basis leading our traditional Saturday morning services three weeks each month. Rabbi Ami is a Conservative rabbi. A teacher and writer, he serves as the Director of Jewish Thought for Aitz Hayim Center for Jewish Living in Glencoe. Rabbi Adler lives in Deerfield, Illinois, with his wife, Rabbi Julie Pelc Adler and son.
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