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What I Wish I Knew Before Converting to Judaism

Chicago, IL, United States

From our partners at 18Doors: "Join 18Doors and Rabbi Steven Philp of Mishkan Chicago to learn all the things you might want to know early in your exploration of conversion […]

Small Groups: Queer Shabbat Potluck

Builder's Home in Andesonville

Calling all LGBTQ+ Mishkanites! Mishkan's Queer Small Group is hosting another Shabbat Potluck, and you're invited. This month, we will be hosted by Builder Ronan Goforth at their home in Andersonville. This month is extra special because it's kicking off Pride month! This home is accessible by three flights of stairs. Registration is closed.

Saturday Morning Unplugged (Mishkan Office)

Mishkan Chicago HQ 4001 N Ravenswood Ave #101, Chicago, IL

This week, we are holding Saturday Morning Shabbat in the Mishkan Office. We hope you’ll join us for an intimate, learning-centered service, and then stick around for nosh and community. […]

Rise & Shine (In-Office)

Mishkan Chicago HQ 4001 N Ravenswood Ave #101, Chicago, IL

Stories, songs and celebrating Shabbat for 0-4 year olds and their grown ups! We will meet at the Mishkan Office. For Shabbat and other programs, masks are optional. For people […]

Mah Tovu: How Good!

Mishkan Chicago HQ 4001 N Ravenswood Ave #101, Chicago, IL

A Shabbat morning service for kids and parents age 5-8, using a kid's siddur (prayer book) and getting comfortable with the music and words of a Mishkan style Shabbat morning, […]

Event Series Moving Traditions

Moving Traditions

Mishkan Chicago HQ 4001 N Ravenswood Ave #101, Chicago, IL

Moving Traditions is a support group for teenage Mishkanites in grades 7-10. We will explore the challenges and joys of teens’ lives while having a good time and making great friends. Teens will be sorted into small groups according to gender identity so they can speak freely about relationships, gender, stress, school, and anything else that’s on their mind. Each group […]

Progressive Chevra Kadisha (PCK) Training

Chicago Jewish Funerals (Skokie Chapel) 8851 Skokie Blvd, Skokie, IL, United States

One of our most important mourning rituals happens immediately after death, when a group of individuals called a chevra kadisha (sacred society) prepares the body for burial in a process […]