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Celebrate the High Holy Days with us at KAM Isaiah Israel! While our historical sanctuary is under construction, please join us in our Chapel and Social Hall for all main services. Our Chapel and Social Hall have limited capacity, and an RSVP for members and guests is kindly requested.



Saturday, September 9
Learning, S’lichot Service | 7:30PM


Friday, September 15
Erev Rosh haShanah Service | 7:30PM

Saturday, September 16
Child Care | 9:45AM-1:00PM
Family Service | 9:15AM
Rosh haShanah Morning Service | 10:00AM
Writing and Meditation with Deanna | 11:00AM


Service ending with Shofar Blast | 12:15pm
Post-service sanctuary visit
Tashlich & Shofar Blast | 1:30PM (Jackson Park)

Sunday, September 17
Rosh haShanah Morning Experience | 10:00AM

*Wedensday, Sept 20 Zoom

High Holidays for New and Expecting Parents | 8:00pm

*New date


Sunday, September 24
Kol Nidre Service | 7:30PM

Monday, September 25
Child Care | 9:45AM-1:00PM
Family Service | 9:15AM
Yom Kippur Morning Service | 10:00AM

Study Session: "Ask Rabbi Young" | 12:30PM
Individual reflection in the Sanctuary  with recorded music | 2:00PM
Strength After Loss:
Transitions Through a Jewish Wellness Lens | 3:00PM

Minchah and Avodah | 4:00PM
Yizkor Memorial Service & N’ilah Concluding Service | 5:00PM
Light Break the Fast | 6:30PM



All members get free access for themselves and their guests, with first priority for all events. 


Not a Member? You can still join us! In the RSVP page you will find more information.

No one is ever turned away for a lack of funds.  

Click Here to download the 5784 KAM Isaiah Israel High Holy Days Guidebook!

High Holy Days for the Entire Family!

Families with children are invited to the family services.

Childcare- We are working on offering some drop-off childcare during the main services this High Holiday season.

Advance sign up is required for this service, All children must be potty trained and be ok with separation, all children must be signed in and out and a guardian must remain in the building and be available in case we need to call them.

Book of Remembrance

The Book of Remembrance is a cherished tradition where we honor departed loved ones. Every Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement, we reflect on those who've passed—recently or in years past. The book includes those memorialized through plaques and dedicated rooms in our Sanctuary. This year, the Book of Remembrance will be online and printed for the Yizkor Service on Yom Kippur. Can't attend? Request a printed copy. To include names, complete the form by September 15, 2023, 


Prophetic Offerings

Experience prophetic messages in new, engaging ways this year. Instead of traditional Haftarah chanting, we've created unique videos. Join us in watching and sharing these powerful insights!

Rosh haShanah: Cantor Berger and the KAMII Community Chorale present a premiere of Cantor Berger's new Jeremiah-inspired composition.

Yom Kippur: Philosopher Martha Nussbaum introduces Isaiah's inspiring words, followed by Anselm Rothschild's musical rendition.

Fri, May 24 2024 16 Iyar 5784