Reform Organizations

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

American Conference of Cantors, Inc.

1375 Remington Road
Suite M
Schaumburg
IL
60173
Phone: (847) 781-7800
Fax: (847) 781-7801
Email: rroth@accantors.org
URL: http://www.accantors.org
Contact: Rachel Roth

Professional organization of over 505 ordained or certified cantors. Responsible for raising the professional standards of synagogue musicians, the ACC offers continuing education programs in conjunction with HUC-JIR Debbie Friedman School of Sacred Music and professional development opportunities for its members. Members have special expertise in the music of the Jewish people and serve synagogues and communities in pastoral, worship, programming, and educational roles. Sponsors an annual convention and publishes Koleinu, a regular newsletter. Offers placement services to its members and URJ congregations through the Joint Cantorial Placement Commission. Partner of the URJ.

Reform Cantors of Chicago

c/o Temple Beth-El
3610 Dundee Road
Northbrook
IL
60062
Phone: (847) 205-9982
Email: cantor@templebeth-el.org
Contact: Cantor Faryn Kates Rudnick, President

Chicago area members of the American Conference of Cantors.

Union for Reform Judaism

URJ Chicagoland Community
Phone: (847) 239-6969
Email: msgoldberg@urj.org
URL: http://urj.org
Contact: Marla Goldberg

Represents 34 congregations ranging from Northwest Indiana to the Western and Northern suburbs of Chicago to the Wisconsin border.

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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.