Sign In Forgot Password
1185 Sheridan Road, Glencoe, IL 60022847.835.0724

Join us for shabbat


"More than the Jewish people has kept Shabbat, Shabbat has kept the Jewish people.”  Ahad Ha’am


No matter where we are, Shabbat can be the connection, centering, and “deep breath” we need, enabling joy, reflection, and the affirmation of community.


Friday Kabbalat Shabbat Services

Fridays at 6:15 pm* in person and on Facebook and Streamspot

*unless otherwise stated; check the schedule in the upper right of this page, or view the calendar


Shabbat Morning Torah Study & Minyan Service

Saturdays from 9:30–11 am in Perlman Sanctuary with Rabbi Leizman


  • Interactive Torah Study begins at 9:30 am and concludes at approximately 10:15 am. To join via Zoom, register in advance here. The text sheet(s) for this weekend's study and service can be found here.
  • Shabbat morning worship (including Torah reading) follows immediately after and concludes by 11:00 am. Kaddish names will be read at the end of this service. To access the service via live stream, click here.

Update on Digital Worship Resources

Due to copyright law and content licensing agreements, the online flipbooks that we have previously showcased as an option for those attending services online, will no longer be available for free via CCAR Press.  The Mishkan T'filah prayer books are available in print and ebook formats. 


Yahrzeit Requests

You can request a loved one's name to be read aloud during Shabbat services in several ways:


  • You will receive a letter with your loved one's name and the Shabbat date that coordinates with their Yahrzeit. Please fill out the form and return to NSCI in the envelope provided. You may also indicate on this letter if you would like their name read on a different date.
  • You can make this same request online by clicking here
  • You can call NSCI during office hours at 847-835-0724. 

All requests must be received by Wednesday at 5 pm in order to be included on that week's Yahrzeit list read during Shabbat services.


It is a tradition in Judaism to honor the memory of a loved one through tzedakah, a donation to a meaningful cause. To make a contribution to NSCI, please click here.

Fri, June 21 2024 15 Sivan 5784