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 Kadima Volunteers At Bernie's Book Bank 6-30-18

Volunteer Opportunity at Bernie’s Book Bank
New Reform Congregation Kadima has organized a volunteer opportunity at Bernie’s Book Bank this month.   http://berniesbookbank.org/volunteer/
 
Need:  Help sort, sticker, and/or package children's books in our Processing Center.  We are looking for 10 to 15 volunteers for this event, but all are welcome!
 
When:  Saturday 06/30/18 from 12:30 pm to 2:00 pm
 
Where:  Bernie’s Book Bank Processing Center,  917 North Shore Drive, Lake Bluff, IL  60044  
 
How to Sign Up:  
Please use the link below to register for this session.  Note: for minors the waiver contained in this form may only be completed by a parent or guardian.
Please also confirm attendance by email office@nrck.org 

Volunteer Registration
 
Volunteers Under 18:
·        Volunteers under age 14 must be accompanied by an adult.  Bernie’s requires 1 adult per every four volunteers under age 14. 
·        Volunteers aged 14-17 who have a current waiver on file may volunteer without a parent or guardian present.
 
On Saturday:
·        We are asked to arrive 5-10 minutes prior to 12:00 for check-in.
·        No outside food or beverage in the Processing Center. 
·        Please consider donating new or gently used children’s books  (see guidelines in email below).
 
Group Lunch:
We will be meeting for a group lunch before our volunteer activity.  This is optional, but we hope you will join us!
Panera Bread 
11:30 a.m.
305 S Waukegan Rd, Lake Bluff, IL 60044

 
 
Thank you so much for your participation.  We truly appreciate your help.  If you have any questions please reach out to me at the contact info below.
 
Best regards,
 
Kadima

 Volunteer Opportunities: Serve Dinner to the Homeless

Volunteer Opportunities: Serve Dinner to the Homeless
 
Congregation Kadima is, once again, volunteering  to serve meals to homeless individuals this summer through the Journeys - the Road Home PADS services location at the Lutheran Church of the Good Shepard in Prospect Heights.
 
Here are the Wednesday dates we’ve chosen:
May 2
June 6
July 4
August 1
September 5
 
If you went through training last year, you are all set and may sign up for dates online here (I’d appreciate if you’d drop me an email to let me know, too):
 
http://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090c4ba5ae2ca3fc1-summer1
 
Please consider joining us! If you did not volunteer last year, contact Kadima for new volunteer orientation information: office@nrck.org

 Kadima Joins Reform Illinois!

Congregation Kadima is pleased to join in the launching of the new statewide Reform IL movement! 
 
Reform IL, a project of the Religious Action Center of the Union for Reform Judaism is working to organize its member congregations to collectively build a more just and compassionate Land of Lincoln for all. 
 
We invite you to join us at the public launch of Reform IL on the evening of Wednesday, April 25 at Chicago Sinai Congregation in Chicago. 
 
To register, please type in the address:
www.bit.ly/reformIL

For additional information, please contact office@nrck.org

Kadima Joins Reform IL

 Annual Meeting and Pot Luck Dinner 5-21

You are invited to attend the Annual Meeting  
and Election and Installation of the Board of Directors of
The New Reform Congregation Kadima
1020 Milwaukee Avenue Suite 118
Deerfield, Illinois
Monday, May 21st, 2018
7:00 P.M.

 Shabbat Morning Class

Beginning at 9 AM, Rabbi Oler teaches a class on Jewish Ethics for Personal Transformation.

Call to inquire. 847-229-9500

The New Reform Congregation Kadima
1020 Milwaukee Avenue
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