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B’Chavana meets in members homes ‘with intention’ People
B’Chavana meets in members homes ‘with intention’
B’Chavana, a community of between 40 and 50 families that spans all branches of Judaism, meets in members’ homes in the north and northwest suburbs with a non-traditional approach to music and learning in a service. Starting its fourth year under the tutelage of Rabbi Marc Belgrad, B’Chavana caters primarily to people in their 40s, 50s and 60s, according to congregation President Mark Rangell of Long Grove.
Sept. 3 1 p.m. |