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Chai Mitzvah

January 15, 2017, 10:30 AM
West Suburban Temple Har Zion
River Forest, Illinois

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Chai Mitvah mediumA Personal Journey to Share with Friends

Chai Mitzvah builds and deepens Jewish connections within the congregation and community. Our tradition teaches us that a fully integrated Jewish life includes study, ritual and community involvement. Chai Mitzvah does just that, providing the framework for a meaningful Jewish journey.
There are five components to the nine-month Chai Mitzvah experience:

• Group study –meeting monthly on a set curriculum.
• Independent Study – something you would like to learn more about in Jewish life, history, literature, culture, etc.
• Ritual – choosing a ritual or spiritual practice to incorporate into your life
• Social Action – choosing either individually, or as a group, to commit to a local volunteer opportunity.
• Celebrate! At the end of the nine months, acknowledge the journey with some kind of celebration. Participants who finish the program receive a certificate from Chai Mitzvah, and a tree planted in their honor.

Contact Rabbi Glick at rabbiglick@wsthz.org or 708-366-9000 x3 for more information.

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Chai Mitzvah

January 15, 2017, 10:30 AM
West Suburban Temple Har Zion
River Forest, Illinois

Add to Google
Add to Calendar

Chai Mitvah mediumA Personal Journey to Share with Friends

Chai Mitzvah builds and deepens Jewish connections within the congregation and community. Our tradition teaches us that a fully integrated Jewish life includes study, ritual and community involvement. Chai Mitzvah does just that, providing the framework for a meaningful Jewish journey.
There are five components to the nine-month Chai Mitzvah experience:

• Group study –meeting monthly on a set curriculum.
• Independent Study – something you would like to learn more about in Jewish life, history, literature, culture, etc.
• Ritual – choosing a ritual or spiritual practice to incorporate into your life
• Social Action – choosing either individually, or as a group, to commit to a local volunteer opportunity.
• Celebrate! At the end of the nine months, acknowledge the journey with some kind of celebration. Participants who finish the program receive a certificate from Chai Mitzvah, and a tree planted in their honor.

Contact Rabbi Glick at rabbiglick@wsthz.org or 708-366-9000 x3 for more information.

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