Reform worship services are held every Friday night in the sanctuary at 7:30 p.m. Services are usually conducted from the Mishkan T’filah.
One of the early Friday-night services each month is Family Night. On those nights, the services are especially designed for the entire family, including younger children.
Traditional Egalitarian Minyan
Traditional services are lay led and are followed by a kiddush lunch. The Temple welcomes the help of those people who can chant Torah, Haftorah, or the Saturday morning service. In addition, traditional High Holiday services are provided on Rosh Hashanah, Kol Nidrei, and Yom Kippur. Festival services are held for Succot, Shavuot, and Passover.
The Minyan does not meet every week. For a full schedule of the Traditional Egalitarian minyan services click here.
Torah Minyan Services
On Saturday mornings when there is neither a traditional service nor a bar or bat mitzvah, there is a torah study Minyan service. This is an intimate worship service held in the Davis Chapel and is primarily sung. A section of the weekly Parsha is read and discussed as part of this service.
Sinai Temple is located at:
3104 West Windsor Road
Champaign, Illinois 61822
Tel # (217) 352-8140
Sinai Temple Calendar of Events
Monday @ 7:30pm. BLT, Bagel Lox & Teffilen. during school year. confirm with firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday Night Services are held every week at the Chabad Jewish Center
RSVP (requested - yet not required) info@JewishUIUC.org
Shabbat morning services held every week 10am.
The Chabad Jewish Center is located at 509 S Fourth St (corner Healey - one block north of Green)
Champaign, IL 61820
Through its partnership with Kesher, the college program of the Union for Reform Judaism, Hillel’s reform community offers students the opportunity to create and attend programs, hear speakers and attend conferences specific to Reform Judaism.
Interested in co-leading services? Contact Hannah Altshuler or Ellie Krandel, Reform Minyan co-chairs.
The Conservative Minyan is held at 5:30 PM on Friday evenings. There are currently no Saturday morning services
For more information on Koach or other activites within our Conservative community, contact Adina Mann.
Hillel’s Orthodox minyan strives to create meaningful Jewish rituals and social opportunities for the Orthodox community on campus. For more information, or to get involved, contact Lexi Abern.
Friday night minyan - 5:30pm or 6:30pm during the semester, check the calendar
Saturday morning minyan, followed by Kiddish - 9:00 am or 9:30 am, all year, check the calendar
Wednesday morning minyan - during the semester
Contact Rabbi Naftali Rothstein for information about specific minyanim.
Hillel at the Cohen Center for Jewish Life is located at:
503 East John Street
Champaign, IL 61820
(217) 344 - 1328
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