Jewish and Interfaith Relationships in Chicago

Interfaith Partnerships have been a hallmark of Chicago Sinai Congregation since our congregation was founded in 1861, and our close relationships with friends of other faiths play out in two linked yet distinct arenas.

The first is our dedication to walk together with other Houses of Worship—Christian, Muslim, Buddhist and beyond—to explore our mutual similarities, to learn respectfully from our differences, and to work in partnership to improve our neighborhood and the entire city of Chicago. The second is our unwavering commitment to support, welcome and integrate families in which not every member was born Jewish or defines themselves as Jewish, yet are still looking for a home where they can explore how Judaism can play a meaningful role in their lives.

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