Religious Organizations

* Listings with an asterisk are part of the JUF/JF partnership of agencies serving the Chicago and worldwide Jewish community.

Chicago Board of Rabbis *

30 S. Wells Street
Chicago
IL
60606
Phone: (312) 444-2896
Fax: (312) 855-3757
Email: cbr@juf.org
URL: http://www.chicagorabbis.org
Contact: Rabbi Reni Dickman

Represents 200 rabbis from all denominations. The CBR works to support rabbis in their congregational, educational, institutional or chaplaincy settings work and is a voice of the rabbinate in Chicago in communal and interreligious affairs.

Congregations & Community Campaign *

Jewish United Fund
30 S. Wells Street
Chicago
IL
60606-5056
Phone: (312) 444-2841
Email: congs@juf.org
URL: http://www.juf.org/congregants
Contact: Sandi Kaplan

Helps organize and promote dozens of annual educational programs and fundraising events among 125 Chicago-area congregations while working with JUF staff and the local rabbinic community.Are you interested in collaborating with the Congregations Division? Attend one of the Congregation events or volunteer during community phonothons in late January, mid-July, September and early December.

Synagogue-Federation Commission *

Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago
30 S. Wells Street
Chicago
IL
60606
Phone: 312-444-2859
Email: synfed@juf.org
URL: http://www.juf.org/congregants

The Commission was established to create an ongoing dialogue and enhance the working relationship among congregations, the denominational movements and the Jewish Federation with the objective of strengthening the Jewish community of metropolitan Chicago.

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JCC Chicago Early Childhood at Beth Emet

At JCC Chicago Early Childhood at Beth Emet, in Evanston, we believe that children as young as 6-weeks are capable and confident learners. Our Reggio Emilia based curriculum provides the foundation for children to develop and grow while bringing Jewish values to life. Our professional, loving, one-of-a-kind educators help your family feel that JCC Chicago Early Childhood at Beth Emet is your home away from home and help build the basis for lifelong relationships. From beautiful new classrooms to our amazing outdoor space, your child will have endless opportunities to learn, play, grow and make friends. We are a welcoming and diverse community with full and half day programs for ages 6 weeks - 5 years. Hours: 7:30am-6pm.