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


Jewish Broadcasting Service
P.O. Box 360
Stamford, CT 06904
Phone: 646-600-6018
Email: mail@jbstv.org
Web: http://www.jbstv.org

JBS is a nonprofit Jewish television network available on COMCAST X1 CH 1684 HD, RCN CH 269, DirecTV CH 388 and the streaming services of ROKU, Amazon Fire TV and Apple TV and on the JBS Website at www.jbstv.org . Watch daily news from Israel and the JBS news desk, timely interviews and analysis on issues facing Jews in America and Israel; live call-in shows, children's programs, 92nd Street Y interviews, Jewish studies, Hebrew lessons, Jewish music, films and books; national Jewish conferences; live Friday evening, Shabbat and holiday services.

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The Synagogue Security Council of North America

The Synagogue Security Council of North America is a 501c3 non-profit organization singularly focused on developing effective volunteer first responders within our own communities. SSCNA's mission is to make our synagogues and Jewish institutions safer by providing lifesaving skills and technology to committed community members, helping to cultivate cost-free, capable and effective first responders within every minyan. We do this by providing standardized technology systems, real-time intelligence, training and certification programs to community volunteers, giving them the necessary tools and skills to help prevent or respond to a targeted attack.

Rabbi Shmuel Katz, C.M.

Rabbi Shmuel Katz is a certified Mohel, recognized internationally. Practicing since 2014, he has performed hundreds of circumcisions and procedures across the United States of America, England & Israel.

Rachael's Creations

Handmade, unique Judaica crafted from polymer clay, including mezuzah cases, shabbat candle stick sets, menorahs and seder plates. Pieces are adorned with a variety of elements including wire, beads, stones, mica powders and alcohol inks. Many gifts can be personalized with English or Hebrew letters.