Life Cycle

Life-cycle events at West Suburban Temple Har Zion are conducted by our wonderful clergy team of Rabbi Adir Glick, Cantor Stewart Figa, and when circumstances demand, our Rabbi Emeritus Victor A. Mirelman.

Together they strive to create powerful and meaningful Jewish life-cycle events for you and your family.

Working within the framework of Conservative interpretations of Halakha, Jewish law, they bring together modern sensibilities and tradition to mark the sacred moments in the lives of the congregants of West Suburban Temple Har Zion.

Whether it is to celebrate life or to mourn death, to pray and dance together, or to commemorate and console.

For more information regarding interfaith families and life-cycle events, see our interfaith section in this website or contact our rabbi.

Scheduling permitting, our clergy may also be able to serve the life-cycle needs of our wider klal yisrael, the community of Israel. Please contact our office for more information.

We look forward to hearing from you.

 

Goldstine Sanctuary, Gottlieb Community Hall and Guralnick Chapel are available for important life cycle events such as Brit Milah, baby namings, B’nai Mitvah, weddings, anniversaries and funerals. Our Gottlieb Community Hall can accommodate up to 250 people for luncheon or dinner. Call the Temple Office for more information.

Life Cycle

Life-cycle events at West Suburban Temple Har Zion are conducted by our wonderful clergy team of Rabbi Adir Glick, Cantor Stewart Figa, and when circumstances demand, our Rabbi Emeritus Victor A. Mirelman.

Together they strive to create powerful and meaningful Jewish life-cycle events for you and your family.

Working within the framework of Conservative interpretations of Halakha, Jewish law, they bring together modern sensibilities and tradition to mark the sacred moments in the lives of the congregants of West Suburban Temple Har Zion.

Whether it is to celebrate life or to mourn death, to pray and dance together, or to commemorate and console.

For more information regarding interfaith families and life-cycle events, see our interfaith section in this website or contact our rabbi.

Scheduling permitting, our clergy may also be able to serve the life-cycle needs of our wider klal yisrael, the community of Israel. Please contact our office for more information.

We look forward to hearing from you.

 

Goldstine Sanctuary, Gottlieb Community Hall and Guralnick Chapel are available for important life cycle events such as Brit Milah, baby namings, B’nai Mitvah, weddings, anniversaries and funerals. Our Gottlieb Community Hall can accommodate up to 250 people for luncheon or dinner. Call the Temple Office for more information.