Chicago Jewish News 5301 Dempster St, Skokie, IL60077 Serving the Chicagoland and north suburbs since 1995, the Chicago Jewish News covers a variety of topics within the…More Jewish community such as events, people and religion. The weekly paper has called Skokie home since 2003 and has a reader base of 40,000.
Hebrew Seminary of the Deaf 4435 Oakton St, Skokie, IL60076 The Hebrew Seminary of the Deaf was established in 1992 to meet the spiritual needs of the Jewish deaf by training Jews,…More deaf and non-deaf, to work within Jewish deaf and hearing communities as teachers and rabbis. There are approximately 50,000 deaf Jews in the United States, many of whom are deprived of the opportunity to practice their religion because of their deafness. The seminary's five-year program also includes all of the standard curriculum and courses of study required for rabbinical ordination as well as having students become proficient signers in American sign language and Hebrew sign language.
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church 8201 Karlov Ave, Skokie, IL60076 Since around 2000, the mission of Holy Trinity Episcopal Church has been to spiritually uplift the Skokie community and…More work toward fostering charitable deeds in every day life. Aside from feeding the hungry and clothing the poor, there is also a focus to help those seeking spiritual healing and enlightenment find the path to a higher power. The faith-based outreach of HTEC serves all races, creeds and religions. Without discriminating, it tries to act as a guiding light toward an all-loving God.
Holy Family Ministries 8950 Gross Point Rd, Skokie, IL60077 Holy Family's mission is to nurture the development of Skokie's children, whether social, academic, physical or…More spiritual. The staff members hope that, once imbued with intellectual curiosity, competitive academic skills, confidence, health and faith, the children in Holy Family's care will begin to thrive both socially and academically, and later, as adults, will make positive contributions in their communities, churches, and families. The school and youth development programs operated by Holy Family Ministries are open to all who enroll, and offered on a "first-come, first-served" basis, without regard to religion, race, ethnicity or previous academic achievement.