Feel the Makom Shalom spirit!
Makom Shalom means “Place of Peace”. Or, if you like, “Grace Place,” which is the name of our High Holiday location at 637 S. Dearborn. For both visitors and members, Makom Shalom is a place of deep and abiding hope that inspires us to be our best selves.
Our services will elevate you at the end of a long work week, with song, meditation, and prayer.
We share a commitment to Chicago and to racial and economic justice in our city. We do this work as a Jewish, spiritual practice in deep partnership with other faiths. This is how we honor Tikun Olam, healing the world.
Whoever you are, whomever you love, whatever your traditions, we welcome you. Continue reading here to learn more about the history and practices of our community.
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We hold Shabbat services on the 2nd and 4th Friday of each month for the most part at Epiphany UCC, 2008 W. Bradley, in Chicago (in the Church community room off of the west courtyard). See our Location page for directions.