Congregation Beth Shalom

  • Welcome to Congregation Beth Shalom in Naperville, IL. We are a warm, friendly Jewish community in the western suburbs of Chicago.

    Welcome to Congregation Beth Shalom!

    Welcome to Congregation Beth Shalom in Naperville, IL. We are a warm, friendly Jewish community in the Western suburbs of Chicago.

  • KibbutzKatan

    Fall Fun With Kibbutz Katan

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    and information
  • ChicagoACappella2

    Chicago A Cappella: Jewish Roots of Broadway

    Join us on October 10 at 8:00 PM

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  • tribes

    Tribes of Israel – Discussion Program

    Explore principles that shape the public sphere in Israel.
    Program begins on Oct 18 or 19

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    We have no one signed up to host the onegs for the next eight Friday nights from September 4 through October 23.

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  • Most Recent Sermons

    • Parasha Ki Tezte — Returning a Lost Object

      Posted by Marc Rudolph on August 30, 2015

      The Case of the Lost Tefillin I am sure many of us have had the experience of our luggage being lost by an airline. We all know that sinking feeling of waiting for our checked luggage at the luggage carousel, and one by one all of the passengers on your flight collect their luggage and leave, […]

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    • Parasha Re-eh: Do Not Inquire

      Posted by Marc Rudolph on August 26, 2015

      All we can be certain of is that he was ten years old when he died. He was a Jewish boy and the grandson of a prominent leader of the Jewish community in Prague in the late 17th century. His death in 1694 will forever remain a mystery. His father claimed he died of natural causes. […]

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    • Parsaha Ekev

      Posted by Marc Rudolph on August 13, 2015

      It is from this week’s Torah portion, Ekev, that we are taught that we should thank G-d for the food we eat.  “When you have eaten and been satisfied,” the text says, “you shall thank Adonai, your G-d for the good land which G-d has given you.”  The Torah does not tell us HOW we should […]

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    • Prayer against racist violence we recited this past Shabbat at Services

      Posted by Marc Rudolph on June 24, 2015

      Racist Violence against Houses of Worship Oh people of conscience, Cry out. Cry out against arrogance. Cry out against hatred and anger. Cry out against violence and oppression. For God requires us to stand In the name of justice and freedom, For God requires us to oppose terror, To muster our power and energy Against […]

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