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This American Shabbat

This American Shabbat at CRZThis American Shabbat is based on National Public Radio's This American Life.  But rather than Ira Glass and a team of writers discussing a given issue, three members of the community offer their nuanced understandings of the week's Torah portion.  These members will have studied the Parashat with Rabbi Minkus.  Each will craft

This American Shabbat

This American Shabbat at CRZThis American Shabbat is based on National Public Radio's This American Life.  But rather than Ira Glass and a team of writers discussing a given issue, three members of the community offer their nuanced understandings of the week's Torah portion.  These members will have studied the Parashat with Rabbi Minkus.  Each will craft

This American Shabbat

This American Shabbat at CRZThis American Shabbat is based on National Public Radio's This American Life.  But rather than Ira Glass and a team of writers discussing a given issue, three members of the community offer their nuanced understandings of the week's Torah portion.  These members will have studied the Parashat with Rabbi Minkus.  Each will craft

Selichot Service

During the month of Elul, the shofar is sounded each weekday morning, awakening us to the period of reflection on the past year and helping us to begin the proess of teshuvah (returning) as the New Year approaches.  The Selichot service on Saturday night introduces many of the themes of the High Holidays as it encourages us to make a commitment to change for the better in the New Year.

Havdalah and Selichot Program

During the month of Elul, the shofar is sounded each weekday morning, awakening us to the period of reflection on the past year and helping us to begin the proess of teshuvah (returning) as the New Year approaches.  The Selichot service on Saturday night introduces many of the themes of the High Holidays as it encourages us to make a commitment to change for the better in the New Year.

Interfaith Thanksgiving Celebration at RMC

The Hyde Park & Kenwood Interfaith Council has sponsored an Interfaith Community Thanksgiving Service for over 90 years.  This service is a celebration of the Hyde Park-Kenwood neighborhood’s religious and community diversity, typically featuring readings and chants from diverse religious traditions, musical selections by the Chicago Children's Choir, organ and other vocal or choral music, and 

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