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Kadima! A Jewish Reform Synagogue Serving Deerfield and Chicagoland!


 Social Action Event March 12th

Feed My Starving Children (FMSC):
Date/Time: Monday March 12, 8:00-9:30 pm

If you’d like to join us, please email Rob at office@nrck.org

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 Join our Community Seder Saturday, March 31

Join our Community Seder
led by Rabbi David Oler
Members are welcome to bring family and friends
Saturday, March 31 at 6 p.m.
Max and Benny’s Restaurant
461 Waukegan Road in Northbrook

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 Kadima Women's Group Forming

We want to explore the possibility of organizing a Women’s Group at Kadima. The purpose would be social and cultural or whatever the participants want to make of it.
So far a small representative number of women members have been polled and there appears to be some interest in getting together.

You are invited to an initial exploratory meeting on Saturday March 24 at 11:00 am at Kadima, immediately following the 9:00 - 11:00 adult education class.

I hope you will attend, and please contact me if you have any questions.

Best wishes,

Rabbi David Oler

 Shabbat Morning Class

Beginning at 9 AM, Rabbi Oler teaches a class on Jewish ethics for personal spiritual transformation.

Call to inquire. 847-229-9500

The New Reform Congregation Kadima
1020 Milwaukee Avenue, Suite 310
Deerfield, IL 60015

 Visit Us

There are many ways for you to see the New Reform Congregation Kadima:

Join us for our Monthly Family Dinner
Come to a Shabbat Service
Visit one of our Saturday Adult Learning Groups
Schedule a meeting with our Rabbi
Inquire about our High Holiday schedule for 2016 / 5777

Please email office@nrck.org or call 847-229-9500 for more information.

 Our Purpose

Our mission is to provide for our members and their children, regardless of cultural background, opportunities for spiritual growth and character development, through the pursuit of knowledge and understanding, sensitivity in interpersonal relations and pursuing deeds of loving kindness. We draw inspiration primarily from Jewish sources and offer a spiritual home to seekers with doubts regarding conventional religious ideas and practices. We affirm pluralism and respect for diversity and invite all kindred spirits to join us.

Specifically, we undertake the following goals:...Learn more