In an effort to prevent the spread of the Corona Virus, North Suburban Synagogue Beth El has closed its building and schools. Please visit our NSSBE@HOME page, where you will find all of our current offerings of our virtual community. Also, please take a look at our Pesach Resource Page.

As we navigate these uncertain times, we want you to feel connected to North Suburban Synagogue Beth El through prayer and learning. Please go to our NSSBE@Home info page for the latest updates on how and where you can connect to online programs and events. We hope that you will join our virtual community!

Installation of Rabbi Schwab

Join us as we install Rabbi Michael Schwab as our Senior Rabbi on May 31!

Upcoming Events

Although our on-site programs are cancelled, please check our online programs events.

Become a Member

Together we pray, learn, and grow intellectually and spiritually. We look forward to meeting you.

Service Times

Sundays – 8:45 am
Weekdays – 7:15 am
Rosh Hodesh – 7:00 am
National Holidays – 8:45 am

Sunday – Thursday – 7:30 pm

Friday Evening (Kabbalat Shabbat) – 6:15 pm
Shabbat Morning – 8:50 am
Schacharit Service – 9:15 am (approximately)
Junior Congregation (Grades 2-6) – 10:30 am
Tot Shabbat – (1st grade and younger) 10:45 am

This Week's Shabbat Times

  • Early Generations Service — Friday, Apr. 3 - 5:30 pm
  • Generations Kabbalat Shabbat Service — Friday, Apr. 3 - 6:15 pm
  • Candle Lighting — Friday, Apr. 3 - 7:01 pm
  • Generations Shabbat Service — Saturday, Apr. 4 - 8:50 am
  • Mincha/Ma'ariv — Saturday, Apr. 4 - 6:45 pm
  • Shabbat Ends — Saturday, Apr. 4 - 8:04 pm

Upcoming Events


Men's Club/Sisterhood Blood Drive Event CANCELLED

8:30 am

Giving Blood Save Lives! Donate on  Sunday, April 5 8:30 am – 12:30 pm in Blumberg Auditorium Be sure to eat well and stay hydrated before donating blood. Bring your ID with you. To schedule an appointment visit: and search by group a code HP18 or call  877-258-4825. Walk-ins are welcome!

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Sisterhood Chocolate Extravaganza CANCELLED

7:00 pm

Rumor has it that Jewish traders introduced chocolate-making to France and Europe. When the Jews fled the Inquisition, they took the secrets of chocolate making with them, so it only makes sense for us to crave and explore the global nature of this confection and complex treat. Learn where the sweet obsession with chocolate comes Continue Reading »

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North Suburban Synagogue Beth El

Office hours: Monday - Friday, 9 am - 4 pm

1175 Sheridan Road
Highland Park, IL 60035