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Temple B'nai Israel is a small, independent, family-oriented, congregation, serving Jews in the far western suburbs of Chicago for over 100 years. Located near I-88 on the west side of Aurora, the membership comes to us from the counties of DuPage, Kane, Kendall, Will, and DeKalb. We are a "Hamish" synagogue: welcoming and nurturing to everyone, including those in interfaith marriages. Read more about us here.
Our next Shabbat Chaverim (led by Cindy Michelassi) will be Saturday, April 8 at 10:30 a.m.
Passover Community Seder
We will be hosting a 2nd-night seder at our Temple on April 11th, 2017 at 7:00pm. This event is open to the community, led by Rabbi Friedman, with a great catered meal & treats for kids! To find out more information and RSVP, please download the Seder Signup Form. You can also pay for the seder online via PayPal on the Donations page.
Introduction to Judaism Class
Rabbi Friedman's new class on Tuesday nights at 7:00 will cover the major beliefs and practices of Judaism including Shabbat, holidays, life cycle events, prayer, kashruth, the Bible and rabbinic teachings, and many other topics. The class is free for members and $5/week for non-members.
Next Scrip order is Sunday, March 12. Order Form
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Purchase gift cards through Temple B'nai Israel! Use the Scrip order form to purchase gift cards for retail, grocery, travel, entertainment etc. You can now order scrip online by going to shopwithscrip.com; please contact the office for the enrollment code to direct your order to Temple B'nai Israel. You can reload funds onto a card you already have or print your own eGiftCards when you order with PrestoPay. One stop shopping and Temple B'nai Israel receives a portion of the purchase price—a gift that gives twice! Questions about the Scrip program? See the Scrip Faq.