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Our Congregational Family is a thriving Reform congregation located in the historic Hyde Park-Kenwood neighborhood just seven miles south of downtown Chicago.

We welcome you as you are, interfaith, young children, empty nester families, mature adults, emerging adults, LGBTQA, and anyone seeking an invigorating Jewish experience.

Join our diverse community, not sure how to start? join us for Friday night! check our calendar for time

 Vision: KAM Isaiah Israel strives to be a transformative Reform  Jewish community.

Mission: Through intentional inclusion, KAM Isaiah Israel’s congregational family builds and strengthens our Jewish community through engaged worship, enlightened lifelong   learning, and impactful social justice work.

 Values: KAM Isaiah Israel affirms our commitment to being a pillar of the Reform Jewish community. We work to eliminate barriers so that all who seek to be part of our diverse, dynamic   Jewish community are fully included in our congregational family. We work to ensure that our community is a safe, inviting,  and inspirational place where all members of our family are able to pray, learn, celebrate, and connect ‐ today and into the future ‐ with a focus on:

קהילה- K’hilah – Community

בצלם אלוהים -B’tzelem Elohim – Inclusivity

 לימוד- Limud ‐ Learning

 תפילה -T’filah – Prayer

 צדקה -Tz’dakah – Philanthropy

 תיקון עולם- Tikkun Olam – Repairing the World



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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Statement

Prepared by the DEI Task Force

One of our six guiding synagogue values is b’tzelem elohim/inclusivity. The core of this value is that all of humanity is created in the divine image. All reflect the divine – regardless of race, religion, gender identity, sexual preference, physical ability, economic situation, political persuasion, or other perceived differences. As there is one divine in the universe, so too is there one humanity on earth, all of whom have inherent worth. 

Our synagogue will be a welcoming community at which people do not experience othering. We acknowledge that we do not currently live in the community that we are envisioning, but that we will work to transform our community so that it will become so. Priorities need to be established because the work to do is vast, and we have decided to prioritize anti-racism as the first initiative in this effort. As that area experiences success, other areas will be addressed.

We invite you to join us for Friday evening Shabbat service, at the High Holy Days, and for special events at KAM Isaiah Israel via live streaming. 


Visiting Our Building

Out of an abundance of caution, we can no longer accept unexpected non-Member visitors, with walk-ins for tours are not allowed. 

If you wish to join us, please call our office or email to register for upcoming events and news from our weekly newsletter. 

Please contact the office and your inquiry will be forwarded to the appropriate personnel; we thank you for your cooperation. 

Go on a virtual visit

Navigating the closed streets of our neighborhood can be a little tricky with President Obama’s home directly across from us. To find our parking lot, please set your GPS to 5039 S. Greenwood Ave, 60615.

Click here for full directions to our building.


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