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A vibrant and welcoming presence in Skokie, the North Shore, and beyond, the community of Temple Beth Israel opens our doors and our hearts to a diverse population of Reform Jews and their families. Together we learn and pray, share friendships, celebrate life’s joys, support each other through difficult times, and work to make the world a better place.

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Upcoming Events

Kol Nidre Services are on Sunday, September 27, 2020

Kol Nidre worship will be held on Sunday, September 27 at 8:00PM. The ticket mailed to your home has the password on the back. Remember to find your Yom Kippur (the silver book) machzor as the text will not be displayed on screen. Click HERE to access the Services.  Also, please plan on joining us for our virtual lobby open for 30 minutes prior to and following each Service by clicking HERE to wish your fellow TBI members a L’shana Tova

Yom Kippur Services are on Monday, September 28, 2020

Yom Kippur morning worship will be held on Monday, September 28 at 10:00AM. The ticket mailed to your home has the password on the back. Remember to find your Yom Kippur (the silver book) machzor as the text will not be displayed on screen. The Young Family Service begins at 9:00AM and the Family Service begins at 1:00PM.  There is NO TICKET/PASSWORD required for these Services. Click HERE to access the Services.  Also, please plan on joining us for our virtual lobby open for 30 minutes prior to and following each Service by clicking HERE to wish your fellow TBI members a L’shana Tova

Yom Kippur observances continue with study sessions at 2:00pm and 3:00pm online. Services continue at 4:30pm with Afternoon Services, including Yizkor and Neilah.  Click HERE to access the Services.  

Sundays at TBI – A Place to Gather, Learn, and Enjoy Time Together!

  • There is NO Bet Midrash on Sunday, September 27, 2020.  

Save the Date – Happenings at TBI

  • Sunday, September 27 – Kol Nidre Virtual Lobby– 7:30PM
  • Sunday, September 27 – Kol Nidre Services – 8:00PM
  • Sunday, September 27 – Kol Nidre Virtual Lobby– 9:30PM
  • Monday, September 28 – Yom Kippur Virtual Lobby for Young Families – 8:30AM
  • Monday, September 28 – Yom Kippur Morning Services for Young Families – 9:00AM
  • Monday, September 28 – Yom Kippur Morning Virtual Lobby – 9:30AM
  • Monday, September 28- Yom Kippur Morning Services – 10:00AM
  • Monday, September 28 – Yom Kippur Morning Virtual Lobby – 11:30AM
  • Monday, September 28 – Yom Kippur Virtual Lobby for Families – 12:30PM
  • Monday, September 28 – Yom Kippur Services for Families – 1:00PM
  • Monday, September 28 – Yom Kippur Virtual Lobby for Families – 2:00PM
  • Monday, September 28 – Yom Kippur Afternoon Study – 2:00PM
  • Monday, September 28 – Yom Kippur Afternoon Study – 3:00PM
  • Monday, September 28 – Afternoon Services, Yizkor, and Neilah – 4:30PM
  • Friday, October 2 – Erev Shabbat and Sukkot Services – 6:05PM
  • Saturday, October 3 – Shabbat morning and Sukkot Services – 10:30AM
  • Sunday, October 4 – Sukkah Hop – 10:00AM
  • Monday, October 5 – Membership Committee Meeting – 7:00PM
  • Wednesday, October 7 – Sisterhood Open Program Meeting – 12:45PM
  • Wednesday, October 7 – Bet Midrash (Hebrew School) – 4:00PM
  • Wednesday, October 7 – Adult Education presents “A Unique Portrait: Jeffrey Rosen and Dahlia Lithwick on Ruth Bader Ginsburg” – 7:ooPM
  • Thursday, October 8 – TOV Network Collection – 4:00PM
  • Friday, October 9 – Erev Shabbat and Simchat Torah Services – 6:05PM
  • Saturday – October 10 – Shabbat morning and Simchat Torah Services, including Yizkor – 10:30AM
  • Sunday, October 11 – Bet Midrash (Religious School) – 9:00AM
  • Sunday, October 11 – Torah 101: 2nd Book of Kings – 9:00AM
  • Sunday, October 11 – Brotherhood Sports Talk with Jeff Agrest – 10:00AM
  • Sunday, October 11 – Sisterhood Board Meeting – 10:00AM
  • Tuesday, October 13 – Dining out at Lou Malnati’s – 11:00 – 9:00PM
  • Tuesday, October 13 – Social Action Council Meeting – 7:00PM
  • Wednesday, October 14 – Bet Midrash (Hebrew School) – 4:00PM
  • Wednesday, October 14 – Temple Board Meeting – 8:00PM
  • Thursday, October 15 – Koleynu Online Rehearsal – 7:00PM
  • Saturday, October 17 – Bar Mitzvah and Shabbat Morning Services – 10:30AM
  • Sunday, October 18 – Bet Midrash (Religious School) – 9:00AM
  • Sunday, October 18 – Torah 101: 2nd Book of Kings – 9:00AM
  • Sunday, October 18 – Brotherhood/Adult Ed Meet the Author: Larry Tye – 10:00AM
  • Wednesday, October 21 – Bet Midrash (Hebrew School) – 4:00PM
  • Wednesday, October 21 – Sisterhood Book Discussion – 7:00PM
  • Thursday, October 22 – Koleynu Online Rehearsal – 7:00PM
  • Thursday, October 22 – Challah Bake for Pink Shabbat – 7:00PM
  • Saturday, October 24 – Bar Mitzvah and Shabbat Morning Services – 10:30AM
  • Sunday, October 25 – Bet Midrash (Religious School) – 9:00AM
  • Sunday, October 25 – Torah 101: 2nd Book of Kings – 9:00AM
  • Sunday, October 25 – Sunday Morning Seminar- Meet the Author: Sue Eisenfeld – 10:00AM
  • Wednesday, October 28 – Bet Midrash (Hebrew School) – 4:00PM
  • Thursday, October 29 – Brotherhood Program: Discussion with a Rabbi – 7:00PM
  • Thursday, October 29 – Koleynu Online Rehearsal – 7:00PM
  • Sunday, November 2 – Bet Midrash (Religious School) – 9:00AM

ShopwithScrip!

Looking forward to back to school shopping?  Click here to purchase gift cards and benefit TBI at the same time!

#JewishGivingforJewishLiving

TBI members and Friends of TBI made the 2018 holidays a little brighter for the kids at Herzl school.  Channel 7 was there to film.  

Centennial Celebrations with TBI in the News!

A Centennial birthday is a big deal and certainly should be celebrated.  The leadership of Temple Beth Israel has been working on engaging programs and amazing ideas that honor our past and look towards our future, complete with a birthday party on January 31, 2018.  Read the news and enjoy Word from the Heart from our fellow congregants.

 

Words of the Heart

As a community of meaning, our paths intertwine on so many levels.  Part of the Centennial Celebration has been inviting members to the bima on Shabbat services.  Read the Words From the Heart of our membership, describing their Jewish journey and how their paths intertwine with the TBI family.

Have you liked us on Facebook?  Did you know that if you find an event on our calendar that you want to attend that you can add it directly to your calendar?

 

Member Login for ShulCloud

Blog Post regarding ShulCloud Login for members

 

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