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Shanah Tovah Chicago! - Hayom T'amtzeinu (Aronson)

Shanah Tovah u'Metukah!

Video New Years Greetings from Members of the Har Zion Family

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B'ruchim Ha'baim - Welcome

Come experience Temple Har Zion’s vibrant Jewish community. Join our diverse and dynamic community as we imbue our lives with Jewish wisdom, prayer, learning, social action and the celebration of Jewish life together.  No matter where you are in your journey, we welcome individuals, families/interfaith families, and seekers to nourish your spiritual life with us. Explore and celebrate the joys of Jewish life:

  • Explore our site and visit a program or service. We are beginning to introduce limited spaces in the sanctuary for a few services, by confirmed reservation. 

  • Have any questions? Please feel free to reach out at 708-366-9000 or email us at office@wsthz.org.

  • Have (virtual) coffee with our Rabbi.

  • Temple Har Zion is welcoming to interfaith families! Our community is at the forefront of the Conservative movement. Please take a look at our feature in the national Conservative publications.

  • Click here to check out Mizmor L'David Davening Team.

 

 

How Can Judaism Enhance Your Life?

 

There's still room for you to learn more about Judaism!  Please join us for our overview of Judaism classes - whether you know a lot or a little, there's always more to learn about how Judaism can enhance your life.

 

    Registration Link: https://www.wsthz.org/form/Introtojudaism5781

SCHEDULE OF HAR ZION'S UPCOMING  PROGRAMMING

Join our upcoming virtual services/learning/gathering sessions at Temple Har Zion.

→We welcome members and those interested to join us.
If you do not have the password,
please email the office.

 MEMBERS:Virtual programming is password protected so    use personal emails that have been sent to you to directly "click to join."     Go    to  the weekly    Virtual Schedule, or Friday's eblasts or emails sent by us to join programs by directly clicking into Zoom.

Unsure how to use Zoom? Click here for a tutorial. 

Miss any of our live programming on Zoom? Try seeing the recordings on Facebook or Youtube!

 
 
Shohet Morning Minyan
 Click here to download a PDF of the Siddur

 Mon-Thurs
 8 AM
Meeting ID#
799 405 500
Kabbalat Shabbat
Click here to download a PDF of the Siddur

Fridays,
6:30 PM

Meeting ID# 
818 0357 8025


Shabbat Service
Click here to download a PDF of the Siddur

Saturdays, 
10 AM

Meeting ID#
242 651 284

Jewniversity with David Schwartz
Nighttime can be scary.  You might run into things, it’s hard to tell what’s out there, and you can’t get away from your thoughts.  Join us on Monday at 8 PM as we explore Hashkiveinu, a Jewish prayer for protection during the night. 

Mondays,
8 PM

Meeting ID
#8233 393 4806

Pandemics, Plagues, and Pestilence from the Early Modern Era
By popular demand, Dr. Arie Zmora presents a course on the history of pandemics. To view the course syllabus, click here. Newcomers are warmly welcomed; we quickly move from topic to topic, each class building on those before but also complete as stand-alone learning and discussion.
To request this week's course materials, please click here

 

Wednesdays,
10 AM

Meeting ID#
811 5623 7809

STAR Seniors & Retirees: Gathering to Learn & Connect
Oct. 29:  Elizabeth Ury & Nina Henry return to STAR to discuss mental and social health under the title “Taking your mental and social health temperature during Covid.” The world has changed so much in the past 7 months. Isolation due to Covid-19 causes feelings of stress, grief, and anxiety. Many of us are isolated from our loved ones. In this learning program, we will discuss ways to cope with the anxiety, grief and isolation that comes with these times. Elizabeth Ury is Director of Jewish Community Engagement for Jewish Children and Family Services; Nina Henry is an addiction specialist at JCFS.  
For the secured Zoom link, please contact the office.

Thursdays,
1 PM

 

To register contact Claudine Guralnick or write jewished@wsthz.org.

APPLY FOR A MAIL-IN BALLOT—AND VOTE!

register now!
If you have never registered, if you have changed your address, or if you will turned 18 by November 3, you must register! You can register online https://ova.elections.il.gov/. If you have questions, contact Phyllis Rubin who is a deputy voter registrar.

To check if you are registered, go to Voter Registration Lookup
 https://ova.elections.il.gov/RegistrationLookup.aspx  

Once registered, apply for a mail-in ballot at https://elections.il.gov/electionoperations/votingbymail.aspx  Mail-in ballots can be taken to drop boxes at any early voting location in both Cook and DuPage Counties. When the time comes, call Phyllis for volunteer to take you to a drop off for your ballot.



Info and Links



Building Hours
Monday - Thursday 8:30 AM - 5 PM
Friday 8:30 AM - 2 PM
  
office@wsthz.org
708.366.9000 Phone
708.366.9006 Fax 

Office staff is available by phone and email.
Regular hours are 9 AM - 5 PM

In time of need please call the Temple Office. 
After hours, you may reach

Rabbi Glick at 310.227.9954  
Cantor Figa at 312.335.1768    
Voice messages may also be left on the Temple voicemail after hours.
 
Social Worker at Har Zion
Har Zion, with Jewish Child and Family Services, offer social services to community members.  
Contact Elizabeth Ury at ElizabethUry@jcfs.org
Elizabeth can be reached by phone at 847.745.5421

JVS (Jewish Vocational Service) can help you plan a career path, tune you up for that important interview, revamp your resume, and teach you how to network successfully.
For information call JVS Career Moves at 855-463-6587 or visit their website




 

                    
Thu, October 29 2020 11 Cheshvan 5781