Congregation B'nai Shalom was founded to serve the needs of traditional Jews in Chicago's north-west suburbs. As a traditional congregation, we strive to both fulfill the spiritual needs of our members and to inspire a growing knowledge, understanding and practice of living Judaism.
B'nai Shalom offers a complete range of educational, religious, and social programs for our members and the community. We offer adult education programs, social events, a men's club and sisterhood.
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RABBI DVORIN AND ROBIN will be joining us for a Shabbaton weekend beginning February 27. Friday night services will begin at 5:25 pm with Mincha, followed by Kabbalat Shabbat and Ma’ariv and the Rabbi's class; Saturday morning Minyan is at 9:00am, followed by Kiddush. Mincha will be immediately following kiddush at around 12:30 pm. Post Shabbat Marraiv will be at 6:50 pm.
PURIM Services, including our Megillah reading, will begin Wednesday, March 4 at 6:45pm. Everyone is encouraged to come in costume. On Thursday morning the Megillah will be read again as part of the regular morning service. Morning services will start at 6:00am.
Delegation for the selling of Chametz form needs to be turned in by March 24.
Services are 9AM on Saturday and Sunday and 6:13AM weekdays.
Join us for Minyan breakfast every weekday. Bagels, lox spread, all the fixings, coffee and sweets! On Fridays, omelets made to order! A $3.00 donation gets you breakfast and stimulating conversation.
Upcoming Shabbatons with Rabbi and Robin Dvorin are on:
- March 8: Daylight Saving Time Begins.
- March 10: Women’s Learning, 8:00 pm.
- March 11: Movie Night, 7:30 pm. Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.
- Rabbi and Robin Dvorin Shabbaton. Mincha/Kabbalat Shabbat will be at 6:45 pm. March 14: Rabbi and Robin Dvorin Shabbaton. Mincha will be at 5:50 pm.
- March 16: Board Meeting, 8:00 pm.
- March 20: Rabbi and Robin Dvorin Shabbaton. Mincha/Kabbalat Shabbat will be at 6:50 pm. March 21: Rabbi and Robin Dvorin Shabbaton. Mincha will be at 6:00 pm. March 21: Birthday/Anniversary Kiddush March 24:
- Due date for handing in the “Sale of Chametz” form.
- March 25: Comedy Night, 7:30 pm. Dean Martin Celebrity roasts.
- March 27: Rabbi and Robin Dvorin Shabbaton. Mincha/Kabbalat Shabbat will be at 7:00 pm. March 28: Rabbi and Robin Dvorin Shabbaton. Mincha will be at 6:10 pm.
CBSBG presents: Movie Night! The next showing is March 11 starting at 7:30. Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat will be shown. The second and fourth Wednesday night of every month we will be showing different tv programs of yesteryear. Open to all. There is no charge for these fun evenings of entertainment, snacks,and schmoozing!
On Tuesday, March 10 at 8pm will be the next Women's Learning Event.
NIGHT AT THE RACES is back on FEBRUARY 28, 2015. The “Night at the Races” is BACK! This event guarantees to be another extremely fun for you and a profitable night for the shul. Thank you for making it a very successful evening in the past. The
combination of betting (Funny Money) on the horse races, browsing the Silent Auction items and ‘shmoozing’ with friends will be great! Doors open at 7:45 pm and races begin at 8pm.
The Eruv is down until further notice. Info is located on the Ritual Info page.
ARE YOU A MACHER?
Show CBS how big a macher you are. Sign up for the Macher for a Day program. Call the shul office for more information.
B'nai Shalom has established a number of funds to receive contributions in memory of a loved one, or in honor of an aliyah or simcha, for speedy recovery from illness, or to commemorate any other occasion.
We now have the ability to accept such contributions online. Click here to access the donations form. This transaction is completely secure. There is no need to provide payment information online, since you will be billed on your next monthly statement.
Learn about the history of B'nai Shalom and our ark.