- Our Community
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- Religious Life
We are a thriving Reform congregation located in the historic Hyde Park-Kenwood neighborhood, only seven miles south of downtown Chicago. Our diverse membership comes from all across the Chicago metro area. We welcome interfaith families, GLBTQ members, and all those who seek an invigorating Jewish experience.
As the oldest Jewish congregation in the Midwest, we have been known throughout our history for our commitment to authentic and innovative Jewish music, quality education for adults and children, and social justice both at home and around the world. Today, we are also known as the beautiful Byzantine-inspired synagogue at Greenwood Avenue and Hyde Park Boulevard across the street from President Obama's Chicago home.
Please join us at our weekly Friday night and Saturday morning worship services, working in our organic garden, or one of our many education programs. We invite and welcome everyone to enjoy our High Holiday services in our City of Chicago Landmark sanctuary.
Food Justice and Sustainability.
A unique opportunity for teens.
Apply to KAM Isaiah Israel Congregation’s third annual Food Justice and Sustainability Young Leadership Summer Program. Experience the world of urban agriculture with other Chicago-area high school students.
The program is free and open to high school students entering grades 9–12. It will be held at KAM Isaiah Israel Congregation at 1100 East Hyde Park Boulevard in Chicago during the four Sundays of July 2013.
The May 2013 Bulletin is available now!
In this month's bulletin you will find: