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Southside Sukkot


Join Chicagoland Jewish organizations for an evening of social justice in a sukkah. Sukkot is a harvest festival commemorating the memory of the Israelites seeking shelter in temporary huts while wandering in the desert after the Exodus from Egypt. Together, we will gather in a sukkah (temporary hut or booth) where we will enjoy food, learning and community.

Our evening will be centered around the "Bring Chicago Home," an initiative aimed at ending homelessness in Chicago.


KAMII, 18 Doors, JCUA, Keshet for LGBTQ+ Equality, Moishe House, and Repair the World are excited to have you join us! Teachers from these partner organizations will share what Judaism can teach us about committing to tikkun olam, repairing the world.

COVID-19 Safety Protocols
Please note that KAM Isaiah Israel expects that all event participants are fully vaccinated and encourages that they wear a well fitting mask for everyone's safety, particularly those who are immunocompromised or considered to be at high risk. If you are not feeling well on the night of the event, we ask that you stay home. Click here to review our complete COVID-19 policy. 

Portions of the night will take place inside KAM Isaiah Israel, which is most easily accessible by ramp from our parking lot entrance

Other parts of the night will be in our courtyard and on Greenwood Plaza, inside and outside our Sukkah, two outdoor spaces with some cracked and uneven pavement. 

We expect that all food served will be kosher with plenty of gluten free, dairy free, and nut free options.
Tue, September 27 2022 2 Tishrei 5783