Ner Tamid Egal Minyan
We're meeting up at the new Maggie Daley Park downtown to try out the new skating ribbon and more on January 11th.
We'll be meeting at 11am just to the left of the entrance to the skating Ribbon.
Maggie Daley Park is at 337 E. Randolph St.
Entry to the park is free and skates are available for rental at a cost of $12.
More information on the park is atQuestions? Contact Gary Z at email@example.com
In addition to daily and shabbat services, we now have several ongoing events:
Selichot services will be on September 20. This year again we will be doing the selichot services together with congregation Kehilat Shalom.
Services will be held at the Temple Judea Mitzpa building, 8610 Niles Center Road in Skokie. They will begin at 8:30 pm with a a program followed by refreshments, and then, at about 10:00, the Selichot service.
Services will be held at the times given in the post below. Services on the first evening of Rosh Hashana (September 24), both mornings of Rosh Hashana (September 25 and 26), and all day on Yom Kippur, will be held at the Bernard Horwich JCC, at 3003 W. Touhy, Chicago.Services on the afternoons of the first and second days of Rosh Hashana (September 25 and 26) will be held at our building at 7311 N. Western, Chicago.
More information on High Holiday Services will be forthcoming very soon, but here is the schedule:
As of May 4, NTEHEM will be meeting in our new home at 7311 N. Western Ave., Chicago. We are very excited about our new space, and invite everyone to come daven with us there.
On the morning of May 4 we will have a gala procession from Temple Menorah to our new shul. Come join us!
Our annual Shabbaton is scheduled for January 31/February 1. The speaker will be Lila Corwin Berman, a wonderful speaker/teacher from Temple University.
Her topics will be:
Fri night: The City & the Jew: Historical Reflections on "Back to the City"
D'var Torah: Jewish Geography: Space and Place for the Wandering People
Post-lunch: A New Judaism from the Tabletop: How the Food Movement is Changing What It Means to Be Jewish
For information on attending, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Come join us!
A variety of annual programs, including a Hannukkah party, a Shavuot picnic, and many others.
Shabbat Minchah/Seudah Shlishit/Maariv, currently at 6:00 pm
In addition to Shabbat morning services, held weekly at 9:15 am in the sanctuary of the Cheder Lubavitch building (the former Temple Menorah), we offer:Daily services at 6:45 am weekdays and 8:00 am Sundays and legal holidays