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Christmas Day Service

Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, 8201 N. Karlov Ave., Skokie will hold a Christmas Day service on December 25th at 10:00 am. All are welcome to … Read more ›

St. Stephens Lutheran Church  received far more gifts than those stolen and  will be able to help more than twice the number of children and families this holiday season. ( Photo from St. Stephens Lutheran Church)

St. Stephens spreads the wealth after gifts replaced twofold

Christmas gifts stolen from St. Stephen Lutheran Church have not only been replaced, they’ve more than doubled thanks to the generosity of the community. “Brand … Read more ›

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Candlelight Christmas Eve Service

SATURDAY DEC.24TH AT 5:00PM Edison Park Community Church 6675 N Oketo Av. Chicago 60631 is holding a Candlelight Communion Christmas Eve Service. Featuring music performed … Read more ›

(Nancy Stone/ Chicago Tribune)

Holiday call out: Post your religious services

Calling all religious institutions, make sure to post your holiday service information and events to triblocal.dev. Posted information will then be published and available to … Read more ›

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KRISTALLNACHT at EHNTJC

Please join us for our Annual Servicein observance ofKRISTALLNACHTNovember 9, 2011 7:30PM Guest SpeakerRosemary Warschawski“Personal Lessons from the Holocaust” FeaturingCantor Benjamin Warschawskiwith Choir Read more ›

Attorney Ray Grossman and other demonstrators build a sukkah, or symbolic shelter, as they draw attention to the housing crisis at the Hyatt Regency Chicago, where the Mortgage Bankers of America Association is holding its annual meeting. (Scott Strazzante, Chicago Tribune

Jews mark Sukkot with appeal to mortgage bankers

Beneath a makeshift shelter of canvas and bamboo outside the Hyatt Regency Chicago on Tuesday, rabbis and community organizers sought to reclaim the ancient Jewish … Read more ›

Roy Speckhardt
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Growing Humanism in Our Faith-Based Society

Roy Speckhardt, Executive Director of the American Humanist Association, speaks November 20th at the Ethical Humanist Society of Chicago in Skokie. His topic is, “Growing … Read more ›

Aaron Freeman
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Confessions of an Evangelical Atheist

Aaron Freeman, acclaimed standup comedian, writer, and radio and TV personality, presents a program, “Confessions of an Evangelical Atheist,” on November 27th at the Ethical … Read more ›

ebecca Gruenspan, of Chicago, holds her eight week old son, Trey, while her cousin, Kim Wolfson, plays with the newest family member while sitting down for Rosh Hashanah dinner on Wednesday Sept. 28, 2011. Becca, a single mom, adopted Trey this year and this will be their first Rosh Hashanah together as a family.   (William DeShazer/Chicago Tribune)

Congregations consider women’s infertility on Rosh Hashanah

As her conservative Jewish congregation at Anshe Emet in Lakeview joyfully ushered in Rosh Hashanah last year, Rebecca Gruenspan could only grieve. Shortly before the … Read more ›

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Movie Night

Movie Night will be held Wednesday October 5th at 7:15 pm at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, 8201 N. Karlov Ave., Skokie. Please join us for … Read more ›