Northbrook Community Synagogue
Northbrook Community Synagogue was founded in 2011 following the merger of three storied and successful synagogues in the north shore Chicago area. Formed from Adas Yehuda v’Shoshana (or AYSH) of Northbrook, Northbrook Congregation Ezra Habonim and Maine Township Jewish Congregation of Des Plaines, Northbrook Community Synagogue was founded with strength in numbers and in spirit. In 2012, Northbrook Community Synagogue hired its first Rabbi to lead the congregation and Rabbi Braun has been with the congregation to this day. Our building, originally home to AYSH, was completed in 1997. Our building is dedicated in honor of Rabbi Julius and Rose Weisbach and Milt and Gladys Goldstein. Thanks to the tireless work of our small but dedicated staff, the building has never looked better. It is a flexible space that lends itself both to the holy endeavors of worship and Jewish practice, and to community and private events. Our ability to host amazing events both large and small continues to grow and become more streamlined. We are a congregation today of approximately two hundred and fifty member families and still growing.
Thanks to all those who came out for the Lag B'Omer Bonfire and made it sparkle!
About the Shul
Northbrook Community Synagogue (NCS) is an open and traditionally observant synagogue. NCS warmly embraces all Jews regardless of affiliation, commitment, or background. We are a caring community. NCS is dedicated to the emotional, physical, and spiritual health and comfort of our entire community. NCS is committed to our youth and teen programming, education for all ages, and is dedicated to enriching the lives of the elderly, home-bound, and those with physical and developmental challenges. We stand with Israel.
Doing Good in Our Community
Special Thanks to Coby Resnick
Ice Cream Social in the Park
Sunday, May 20, 1:30PM
Join us for Ice Cream and fun in the park. It's the first day of Shavuos and a great afternoon to play together and enjoy some treats. Meet us after Kiddush in Hawthorne Glen Park (at the SW corner of Landwehr and Willow)