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Silverstein Base Hillel-South Loop

Please email info@metrochicagohillel.org for address.
Chicago, IL Phone: 312-829-1595
Email: ravezra@metrochicagohillel.org
Web: https://www.metrochicagohillel.org/base-loop
Contact: Rav Ezra Balser

Base is a home for students, young adults, and their friends -- and the actual homes of four rabbinic couples: Rabbi Megan and Paige, Rav Ezra and Laura, Rav Sarah and Rav Will, and Rav Jonathan and Hannah. Base is committed to pluralism and founded on three core values: hospitality, learning, and service. Our regular events include Shabbat and holiday home-cooked meals, classes like Tacos and Torah and Pasta and Parsha, and opportunities to give back and get involved in the local community.

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