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Darchei Noam of Glenbrook

3465 Techny Road
Northbrook, IL 60062
Phone: 224-306-9364
Email: margo@darcheinoamglenbrook.org
Web: http://www.darcheinoamglenbrook.org
Contact: Margo Schwartz-Newton

Committed to maintaining a welcoming and supportive atmosphere for its members and guests and to providing the opportunity for spiritual learning and growth, Darchei Noam Glenbrook strives to meet the spiritual, religious, educational, and social needs of its members within the framework and halakha of modern orthodox Judaism.  DNG is a community comprised of members who are integral participants in secular society.  Members recognize their social and civic responsibilities and are deeply committed to religious tradition, study of Torah, and observance of Shabbat and kashrut laws.  The DNG community believes in the love for fellow Jews and is a strong advocate and supporter of the State of Israel. 

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