Congregation B.H.H. Kesser Maariv A.L. - Celebrating 154 Years!

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Kesser Maariv is a friendly Orthodox synagogue offering daily minyanim and shiurim.
'"The Oldest Orthodox Congregation in the Midwest"
Founded in 1867


New COVID policy - masked and unmasked sections in Shul:
Effective 3/9/22
After consultation with the infectious disease specialist that we have consulted with throughout the COVID outbreak, the new policy in the Shul effective immediately is that masks are required in the front (carpeted) section of the sanctuary/social hall and not required in the back (tiled) section of the sanctuary/social hall. Please move your seat, if necessary, to reflect your (un)masking preference.
In common areas like hallways and bathrooms, masks arenít required.
Kiddushes will take place outdoors, as weather permits.
Please make sure to remain vigilant regarding your health and consult with a doctor if needed to determine the safety of your entry into the Shul given the new policy.
Also, remember to stay home and get tested for COVID should symptoms manifest.

Shacharit Monday-Friday 6:00 am, Sunday at 8:00 am
Chol Hamoed: 5:50 am

Shabbat Morning 8:45 pm
Daily Mincha-Maariv - Week of April 10: 7:20 pm
Week of April 18: 7:25 pm

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4341 W. Golf
Skokie, IL 60076
(847) 679-9800
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Eruv Information

Weekday Minyan Times:
Sunday Shacharit 8:00 am
Sun Mincha-Maariv: 10 min before sunset
Daily Mincha Maariv: 10 min before sunset
Weekday Shacharit: 6:00 am

Shabbat Minyan Times
Friday afternoon: At Candle Lighting
Note: 7:00 pm Early Shabbat begins after Shavuot
Shabbat Morning: 8:45 am
Mincha: 30 minutes before sundown