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Options for High Holiday services

The High Holidays are fast approaching, and if you’re looking for a place to worship, feel free to contact the Chicago Board of Rabbis for information on all denominations, including Orthodox, in the Chicago area. You may also call the Chicago Rabbinical Council for information on Orthodox services in the Chicago area. This year, Rosh Hashanah starts at sundown on Monday, Sept. 29, and Yom Kippur begins at sundown on Wednesday, Oct. 8. L’shana Tovah!

Chicago Board of Rabbis
Rabbi Michael Balinsky
Phone: (312) 444-2896
E-mail: cbr@juf.org

Chicago Rabbinical Council
Rabbi Moshe Kushner
Phone: (773) 465-3900
E-mail: mkushner@crcweb.org or info@crcweb.org

Below are High Holiday options for college students in the area. Adults are also welcome to attend Hillel services:

DePaul University Hillel
hac@juf.org
Egalitarian

Fiedler Hillel at Northwestern University
(847) 467-4455
hillel@northwestern.edu
Reform, Conservative and Orthodox

Levine Hillel at University of Illinois at Chicago
(312) 829-1595
Egalitarian

Newberger Hillel at the University of Chicago
(773) 752-1127
raifmelhado@juf.org
Contemporary & Orthodox

The Margie K. and Louis N. Cohen Center for Jewish Life at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
(217) 344-1328
rabbi@illinihillel.org
www.illinihillel.org
Orthodox, Conservative, & Reform

Visit TheHillelsofIllinois.org for links to Hillels and to find out information on their High Holiday programs.

Posted: 9/15/2008 1:46:28 PM
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