SOLEL IS COMMITTED TO: Ensuring 100% of eligible congregants are registered to vote Being a 100% voting congregation Ensuring congregants are informed voters Actions / Events Any citizen who is 18 or older or will turn 18 by election day is eligible to register to vote.  Take 30 seconds to verify you are registered by…

Congregation Solel is one of eleven synagogues planning and sponsoring the Chicago Jews for Refugees Assembly, which will be held from 2:00 to 4:00pm on Sunday, October 28, 2018 at Anshe Emet Synagogue, 3751 N. Broadway, Chicago. The Chicago Assembly is part of a multi-city program convened by HIAS to demonstrate support for refugees and…

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Solel members welcome the Rohingya family Solel is sponsoring at O’Hare on May 17.

It has been a great pleasure to work with our friends at RefugeeOne.  We are continuing to tutor and mentor our sponsored family for several more months and plan to keep in contact with them beyond the minimum required time.  Thank you to all congregants who donated funds, furniture, household goods, and food to make…

The last weekend in May we volunteered at Bernie’s Book Bank to drop off donated books and to sort books.  What a fun morning together!

Thanks to the generosity of many Solel members, we raised the funds and obtained the furniture and household goods to furnish an apartment in Rogers Park for the refugee family Solel is co-sponsoring with Refugee One.

The Jewish people have a very credible claim on tending the earth. There is no doubt that we are admonished, warned and compelled to value, guard and protect. We have a holiday to celebrate trees that predates Arbor Day by thousands of years. Rabbi Lester Bronstein beautifully articulates, “Becoming responsible for the garden is our…

Congregation Solel is fiercely dedicated to social justice and Tikkun Olam. I’m proud to share that we have a meaningful opportunity to help a family in need. Congregation Solel is partnering with RefugeeOne to sponsor a refugee family, and aid in resettling them for their first six months in Chicago.

Congregation Solel celebrated its ninth annual Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. commemorative Shabbat on January 12. Ashley Plotnick, Solel’s Director of Congregational Learning, opened the service by recalling Solel’s historic and ongoing commitment to advancing social justice and recalling Dr. King’s appearance on Solel’s pulpit on June 30, 1966. Six area high school students, representing Highland…

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