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Kol Sasson Congregation is an inclusive, observant community in Skokie, Illinois
that strives to transform Jewish lives through critical inquiry
within the traditional framework of Halakha.

Recent Updates

  • Visiting Kol Sasson for the High Holidays? Please fill out this brief survey.
  • See the full High Holiday schedule.
  • In preparation for the High Holidays, we are planning some fun and exciting programming for the Youth Groups at Kol Sasson. We want to be sure that we have the appropriate supplies and information to provide the best programming possible. Please complete the High Holiday Youth Group form for any children or grandchildren that will be joining the youth groups over the holidays!
  • We will be having a communal Break-fast Meal after Neila on Wednesday, Sep  19. The meal will include bagels, lox, fruit, salads, sweets, and drinks. Thank you to the many people that have volunteered to help with set up and clean up and to also sponsor the meal. Much appreciated! We are looking to get a head count to determine how much food to buy – Please click on this link to RSVP:
  • Kol Sasson is once again having a Progressive Sukkah Hop Dairy/Pareve Lunch on Saturday, Sep 29. This year we will be hopping along Lincolnwood Drive. We will begin at Charles and Jen Cohen's sukkah for motzi, appetizers, and salad. Then on to Judith and Sam Glassenberg's sukkah for our main dishes. And finally, off to the Sugar's sukkah for dessert, fruit, and to enjoy hanging out for the rest of the afternoon. We hope you can all join us. Please RSVP by signing up to bring something! Please be as specific as possible. We are looking for a variety of items. Please remember that Kol Sasson events are NUT-FREE.
  • As our youth department grows we want to keep you all informed about all the exciting goings on! Please see this newsletter with a special message from Zahava, our new youth director, our plans for the chagim and ways you can get involved.
  • This week's davening and leyning lineup.
Thu, September 20 2018 11 Tishrei 5779