Keshet’s Sunday morning programs provide social interaction, hands-on activities, and a Jewish connection. We offer a variety of options for kids, teens, and adults to meet participant’s needs from different communities.
Keshet’s Sunday Schools take place Oct. 3, 2021 – May 29, 2022.Register
A Keshet parent once shared, “My son goes to school all week to learn academics. On Sundays, he goes to Keshet to learn to be a good person.” Keshet Sunday School explores topics like kindness, respect, teamwork and community.
Lessons are designed by special education teachers to use visual supports and differentiated instruction. As part of a multisensory experience, each Sunday closes with all students coming together for joyful singing led by fantastic musicians.
Students come from many religious backgrounds and all Jewish denominations. Small classes and a variety of program options allow us to tailor lessons specifically to students’ interests and families’ religious observance.
Social Opportunities & Adult Recreation
A combination of community service and recreation for teens and adults looking for social interaction and community activities.
Stick around after Sunday School or SOAR to sing, hum or tap along in Keshet’s Choir as we rehearse for our moment in the spotlight at Keshet’s annual fundraiser in March.
Jan 9-Mar 6
Ida Crown Jewish Academy, Skokie
Free, but registration is required
Volunteers play important roles at Keshet Sunday programs as classroom assistants and buddies. Volunteers must be at least 13 years old and available every Sunday.Learn more
Our community’s well-being is our top priority. Keshet Recreation programs have adopted COVID-19 policies and procedures with this in mind. These guidelines will be reviewed and updated as public health policies change.Read Policies
Need-based fee assistance is available for Sunday School. Families will indicate their interest in receiving assistance when they register online. Our team will then be in touch with you about next steps. Contact Anca at 847.205.1234 for more information.
For a class in a Masters program, Jen Phillips, Keshet’s CEO, explores Tikkun Olam, traditional Jewish texts and the connection to Keshet.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Providing for people’s emotional wellness has always been part of how Keshet supports people in our programs, and is now an important priority.