Please join us for a special photography exhibit culminating a wonderful year of experiential learning by the talented 8th graders of JRC's Gesher program. This show is made possible through our involvement with The Jewish Lens Project, which gives our students the opportunity to explore what Judaism means to them through photography.
4th-12th Graders: join us for our last Youth Group event of the year! We will have an inflatable obstacle course, a humongous twister, a gaga pit and more.
Free of charge for all JRC youth group members, including dinner - this is our thanks for an amazing year!
Chaperones needed for the event. Parents are welcome to come at 6:30 pm and play with your kids.
For 8th-12th graders: join the JRC Youth Group at Hilda's Place in Evanston to prepare and serve dinner to our neighbors in need.
Space is very limited (only 15 spots), so sign up today to help with this important mitzvah.
Start your Shabbat at JRC! Each week, our very own Rabbi Brant Rosen and Cantor Howard Friedland lead a service filled with music, discussion and cameraderie.
This particular Shabbat, we're honored to welcome Rabbi Alan Cook and the 10th grade confirmation class of Sinai Temple in Champaign-Urbana. Each year, teens from Sinai spend a weekend in Chicago visiting Jewish organizations and attending services in a variety of congregations.
Celebrate the start of JRC's Jubilee year at our winter Kumzitz!
It’s going to be a fun night for all ages. Get ready for Havdalah and a lively sing-along song session led by JRC member Jeff Winter (bring an instrument and join the jam). We’ll provide the songsheets and and a light dinner - you bring the energy!
For high schoolers: start the evening with a Youth Group Board meeting, then stick around for pizza and a movie. This may be the most fun meeting you'll ever attend!
RSVP to Chantal Blaustein at [email protected] so she knows how much pizza to order!
For 5th-12th graders
Have fun while doing a mitzvah! Help bake and decorate cookies to be donated to a local family shelter to bring a little holiday cheer to people in need.
Want to do a little more to help? Bring in some gloves and hats to help keep kids in our community warm this winter.