Services are held in-person
Friday evenings, Shabbat mornings and Sunday mornings are held in-person.
All services are also available via livestream
Please note that if the CDC and IDPH guidelines change, we will modify our own guidelines as well. Check back to this page for updates.
- Masks are not required. Anyone who wishes to wear one, however, is encouraged to do so.
- There is enough space in the sanctuary to spread out if you wish.
- Kosher kiddush lunch will be provided following Shabbat morning services. Kiddush lunches are served buffet style, and seating is communal. Again, there is enough space to spread out if you wish.
- A light breakfast will follow Sunday morning minyan, served in our Social Hall.
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