Congregation Etz Chaim
Celebrate Passover at the Congregational Second Seder on Thursday, April 9
Providing participatory and spiritually meaningful worship experiences to nourish your soul through prayer
and connection with our community.
Community & Connections
Creating together what none of us can do alone
A community united by a shared love of learning. Seeking knowledge throughout all phases of life, as the study
of Torah is a lifelong endeavor.
Inclusion & Diversity
Drawing strength on our commitment to honor and respect the diversity of our membership through inclusiveness.
‘Repairing the World’ by improving the lives of others in our synagogue, locally, nationally, and
throughout the world.
Visit us, tour our synagogue, meet our Rabbis, worship with us.
Learn more about our vibrant and
Rabbi Andrea Cosnowsky
Congregation Etz Chaim is to be that place of compassion, growth and welcome that spiritual seekers crave. We endeavor to support the passions of Jews and those who align themselves with the Jewish community and to nurture the well-being of all peoples.
Rabbi Frederick Kamil
Starting on Monday, March 16, the office will have limited hours for answering phone calls from 9:00 AM-1:00 PM. We will still have access to email all day.
Please see changes to the following events:
- Interfaith Community Seder on March 21- Cancelled
- Foundation Dinner on March 27- Cancelled
- Congregational Second Seder on April 9- Cancelled
- Congregational Retreat to OSRUI on April 17-19- Cancelled
- 60th Anniversary Concert- POSTPONED
Did you miss the Purim service? You can watch it now!
Click here to view the Purim Schpiel
Congregation Etz Chaim of DuPage County serves almost 500 families in the western suburbs of Chicago.
The synagogue is conveniently located near I-88 and I-355 between Roosevelt and Butterfield Roads, at 1710 South Highland Avenue in Lombard, Illinois.
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Congregation Etz Chaim of DuPage County, a Reform synagogue in Lombard, serves almost 500 families in the western suburbs of Chicago. We have a tradition of having an inclusive community which welcomes everyone- Jews by birth, Jews by choice, non-Jewish family members, singles, LGBTQIA2+ and people of all ages and abilities. We are a caring community that draws strength on our commitment to honor and respect the diversity of our membership.