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

Silverstein Base Hillel-Lincoln Park *

858 W Wrightwood Ave
Unit 1
Chicago, IL 60614
Phone: 312-829-1595
Email: ravsarah@metrochicagohillel.org
Web: https://www.metrochicagohillel.org/base-lincoln-park
Contact: Rav Sarah Mulhern

Lincoln Park is a home for Metro Chicago Hillel students and Chicago area young adults and the actual home of a rabbinic family committed to pluralism and founded on three core values: hospitality, learning, and service. Rav Sarah and her husband Rav Will Friedman invite all Metro Chicago Hillel students and other young adults, living in or visiting the Lincoln Park area, into their home to learn, volunteer, celebrate, and of course, eat with them. Metro Chicago Hillel is fortunate to have the first Base in the country integrated into a campus Hillel.

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