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Rabbi Aaron Braun will be Northbrook Community Synagogue's spiritual leader starting July 1.
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Northbrook Community Synagogue Welcomes Rabbi Aaron Braun As Spiritual Leader

Rabbi Aaron Braun will become the spiritual leader of Northbrook Community Synagogue, located at 2548 Jasper Court in Northbrook on July 1, 2012. The synagogue … Read more ›

Rabbi Daniel Moscowitz Lights the Menorahas State Senator Ira Silverstein looks on. (Photography by Yakov)
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Many in the Hands of the Few

Many in the Hands of the Few-Rabbi Daniel Moscowitz You delivered the mighty into the hands of the weak, the many into the hands of … Read more ›

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Holiday call out: Post your religious services

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

Rabbi Daniel Moscowitz (Photo by Photography by Yakov)
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The Notes of the New Year

By Rabbi Daniel Moscowitz When Rabbi DovBer of Lubavitch was a young man, he lived in the same house as his father, Rabbi Schneur Zalman, … Read more ›

Wheeling Church Plans Take Step Back

Journal & Topics reports: It has been two years since representatives of St. Joseph the Worker Church came before the Wheeling Plan Commission with plans … Read more ›

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Passover – Living The Story

LIVING THE STORY – By Rabbi Daniel Moscowitz “Why is this night different than all other nights?” This well known phrase is the opening of … Read more ›

Congregant Maggie Cain of Glenview rehearsing her portrayal of an Israelite ex-slave who fears for her son's life in Shir Hadash's Pausing in the Wilderness. Photo by Barry Cain
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What Really Happened to the Israelites During their 40 Years of Exile as they Wandered the Desert?

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Cindy Lieb Audrey Suffrin Public Relations, LLC (847) 607-9559 What Really Happened to the Israelites During their 40 Years of … Read more ›

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Jewish Federation funnels aid for Pacific earthquake-tsunami relief

In the wake of the worst earthquake in Japan’s history, and the subsequent tsunamis impacting nations across the Pacific, the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago … Read more ›

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Rising Above the Economic Storm, JUF 2010 Campaign Tops $78.6 Million

CHICAGO – Despite the ongoing, intense pressures of the economic downturn, the Jewish United Fund of Metropolitan Chicago raised $78,604,927 in its just-concluded 2010 Annual … Read more ›

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Church Fund Raiser

The Tomato PatchA fresh new idea Fund Raiser Organic Produce Program The Tomato Patch has designed a program where non-profit groups can set up and … Read more ›