If you are interested in streaming Shabbat Services or finding a spiritual connection during this challenging time, JCC Chicago has compiled a list of Congregations and Jewish organizations that are offering Shabbat services and online discussions. This list is subject to change. If your Congregation or organization is not listed and you would like to be included, please e-mail: email@example.com to be added to this list.
More information about streaming services at Anshe Emet, please visit: ansheemet.org.
More information about streaming services at Anshe Sholom, please visit: asbi.org.
More information about streaming services at Chicago Sinai Congregation, please visit: chicagosinai.org
More information about streaming services at Congregation Rodfei Zedek, please visit: rodfei.org
More information about streaming services at Emanuel Congregation, please visit: emanuelcong.org
More information about streaming services at KAM Isaiah Israel, please visit: www.kamii.org
For more information about The Loop Synagogue. Please contact Cary Wolovick at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 312-346-7370.
More information about streaming services at Mishkan Chicago, please visit: mishkanchicago.org
More information about streaming services at Temple Sholom, please visit: sholomchicago.org
Humans of Tel Aviv Exhibit
JCC Chicago is the proud host of the Humans of Tel Aviv Photo Exhibit from July 2019 through June 2020. During the past five years, photographer and journalist Erez Kaganovitz, the human behind Humans of Tel Aviv, documented the lives of Tel Aviv residents he meets on the streets. Through photographs, interviews and a large social media presence, Erez offers an inside look into the rich and diverse lives of the people of Tel Aviv while showcasing Israel’s vibrant, multi-cultural society.
What Erez loves most about this project is that it reaches others, not through his own ideas, but through the photographs and stories which speak for themselves. Inspired by the Humans of New York project, the diversity of Tel Aviv coupled with Erez’s curiosity and artistic talent resulted in over 1000 portraits and stories.
The exhibit consists of 36 mounted photographs and descriptions that have been installed in a number of local institutions to share the exhibit with the public beyond our own walls.