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Bradley University Hillel *

1532 W. Fredonia Ave.
Peoria, IL 61606
Phone: (309) 676-0862
Email: executivedirector@bradleyhillel.org
Web: http://www.bradleyhillel.org
Contact: Dr. Seth Katz, Executive Director; Matthew Lorch, Director of Student Life

The center for Jewish life on campus at Bradley University since 1947. Hillel hosts a variety of social, educational, and religious events throughout the school year, including weekly Shabbat services and dinners, and Sunday lox-and-bagel brunches. The mission of Bradley Hillel is to promote Jewish journeys for Bradley University students through a warm and supportive Jewish community, meaningful and relevant educational opportunities, and spiritually rewarding interactions and experiences, all within a Jewish context.

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