The Rodfei Zedek Youth Education Committee invites you to participate in "Meals from the Heart." We will be preparing and serving dinner from 4:00-7:30 at Ronald McDonald House near the University of Chicago Comer Children's Hospital.
Please email Linda Szmulewitz (lindarachel_at_gmail.com) to let her know if you would like to join the group and learn additional details. School‑aged children and adults are invited to participate in this mitzvah. Teach your children well…
Kabbalat Shabbat Service in the Glick Chapel with Tu BiShvat-themed potluck to follow in the Atrium. All are welcome for Shabbat B'Yachad (Shabbat "all together"), our musical, participatory Friday night service for all ages with instruments. See below for information about speaker David Baskin and the organiza
Teens learn about Tallit and Tefillin—and make ice cream—with Rabbi Minkus!
11:45 a.m–12:30 p.m.
Rabbi Minkus and Cantor Rosenberg invite parents and kids with upcoming B'nai Mitzvah in the next 1‑2 years to share learning, information, and fun! Pizza follows in the atrium.
Sunday, November 19, 11:45 a.m–12:30 p.m.
RSVP to can[email protected] to let her know if you can make it and how many will be in your "party" so we can make sure to have enough cheese pizza on hand.
Mark your calendars, and feel free to pass this along to others who may be interested.
Enjoy an afternoon of games, speakers, learning, nosh and camaraderie for all ages! The afternoon will include kiddush lunch after services; a variety of activities for kids such as assembling mitzvah kits; improv games with Ethan Blumenthal, book reading with Joe Peterson; the next in the series of One Book, One Rodfei Zedek discussions with Stephanie Friedman; snacks, games, gym time, singing, schmoozing, and more! Join us for the whole day or for any part. All are
Mark your calendar for our twice-a-year, high-spirited, "ruach-filled" Friday night musical experience for all ages. (Think of it as the winter version of "Shabbat al fresco"—indoors!) Enjoy the rhythms created by our expanding eclectic band of musicians as we join in joyful song to welcome and celebrate Shabbat! Followed by a community potluck dinner in the Atrium featurin
All are welcome on these Friday evenings for Shabbat B'Yachad (Shabbat "all together"), our musical, participatory Friday night service for all ages with instruments. Our Community Potluck Dinner immediately follows in the Atrium.