Chicagoland Congregations Invite You to Seder for Passover 2019/5779

The following synagogues are happy to invite you to participate in their Passover Seders.

Please see below for Contact Information.
Passover begins Friday, April 19, 2019/5779

Second night of Passover Saturday, April 20, 2019/5779

City of Chicago

Temple Sholom of Chicago

3480 N. Lake Shore Drive, Chicago 60657


  • Congregation and Community Second Seder
  • Cost: $40.00 Members/$45.00 Non-Members/$20 Children 2-12
  • Time 6:00 pm
  • RSVP date April 15th with payment
  • Contact information:  Julie Adler -
  • Kosher Status: Kosher Style      


Northern Suburbs

2904 Old Glenview Rd, Wilmette IL

Skokie Valley Agudath Jacob
8825 East Prairie, Skokie

  • First Seder
  • Cost: No Charge. Donations Welcome
  • Time: 7:30 pm
  • RSVP date and information -
  • Denomination: Orthodox
  • Kosher Status - kosher


Kol Hadash Humanistic Congregation

Seder will be held at: Bluegrass Restaurant, 1636 Old Deerfield Road in Highland Park

  • Second Seder
  • Cost $50 per adult and child age 13+, $15 children ages 12 and under (no charge for under age 3).
  • Two seating’s : 3:30 pm and 6:30 pm
  • RSVP date and information by April 10. Online registration at
  • Denomination:  Humanistic Judaism
  • Kosher Status:  Not Kosher

North Shore Congregation Israel

1185 Sheridan Rd Glencoe


  • Second Seder -- Community Recovery Seder: This alcohol-free experiential Seder is intended for all who are journeying toward recover,
  • those in recovery and their loves ones and allies, to celebrate Passover in a safe environment among others who speak the language of recovery
  • Cost $20 per person
  • Time 6-7:30pm
  • RSVP
  • Denomination: Reform
  • Kosher style

Temple Beth Israel

3601 W. Dempster Street, Skokie, IL 60076

  • Second Seder
  • Cost: Adults $38.00, Children $14.00
  • Time: 6:00pm-9:00pm
  • Respond by 4-10-19. Call Temple Office for complete information 847-675-0951
  • Denomination: Reform
  • Kosher style meal/ Vegetarian option

Am Shalom

840 Vernon Avenue, Glencoe 60022

  • First Seder. We call this our Family Seder. It’s a fun and interactive Seder perfect for all ages.
  • $50/adult, $25/child
  • 5:30pm
  • RSVP by April 12 847.835.4800 x 211
  • Reform
  • Kosher style

Northwest Suburbs

Chabad of Oak Park

219 Randolph St, Oak Park, IL 60302

  • First and Second Seder
  • Cost - Suggested Donation: $36/adult $25/child (2-12)
  • Time - 1st Seder 8pm 2nd Seder 8:30pm
  • RSVP date and information - RSVP by: Phone - 708.872.7771,  Email - or online
  • Denomination:  Chabad
  • Kosher Status - YES Strictly Kosher for Passover

McHenry County Jewish Congregation

8617 Ridgefield Rd, Crystal Lake, IL 60012

  • Second Seder
  • Cost: $20 per adult; $10 per child (ages 4-12), $60 max. per family 
  • Time: 6:30pm
  • RSVP date and information: Rabbi Tom Samuels,
  •  Unaffiliated
  • Kosher (contact Rabbi Tom Samuels for specifics)


The B'Chavana Community Seder

Continental Restaurant, 788 S Buffalo Grove Road in Buffalo Grove

Join Us for a Seder That's Too Good to Passover!

Join us on this epic journey of freedom!!

It will make you question why you never had a Seder like this before.

  • Sunday, April 14 (Yes, we know that Pesach doesn't officially begin until the 19th!)
  • $50 per person
  • 4:15 p.m.
  • For information and to RSVP BY APRIL 1ST. Please contact Karen Heisler at or call 847-498-7821
  • Non-Denominational/Reform, our musical Seder led by Rabbi Marc J Belgrad, strikes just the right balance between tradition and fun.
  • This will be a Passover style meal, but not kosher

Shir Hadash Synagogue

200 W. Dundee Road, Wheeling ,IL 60090

    • Second Seder
    • Cost:  Adult Members $25.00, Adult Non-Members $29.00, Children 4-10 years old $10.00 (Children 3 and under are free)
    • Time: 6:00 pm
    • RSVP date and information :
    • Reconstructionist
    • Kosher Status:  This event will be potluck veggie/dairy, using Kosher for Passover ingredients
    • . Fish is welcome! Ashkenazic and Sephardic dishes are welcome.  (Sephardic includes some ingredients that Ashkenazic does not, such as rice, corn, and legumes).

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