Worship & Prayer


The Power of Prayer

A time to reflect, celebrate and pay tribute to our Jewish heritage.

Prayer is the spiritual engine of our community at West Suburban Temple Har Zion. It brings joy, inspiration, and unity to our congregation. This connection to the divine strengthens us as human beings and serves to guide us in our daily decisions. By engaging in prayer, we create a spiritual connection with others that bonds us in a shared sense of purpose and belonging. It is a powerful way to express our gratitude for God’s many blessings in our lives.

Enjoy our services in person or online

Visit the individual worship service pages for details on our in-person and Zoom services. Click below to read about service decorum.

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New Shabbat morning musical services

Join us for our Saturday morning Musical Shabbat services, led by our Har Zion davening team.

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View past recorded services

All services can be found on our YouTube channel.

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Community Inspiration

Words of comfort and encouragement from our clergy and educators.


Rabbi Glick and others at the March for Israel in Washington D.C.

Reflections on the Washington March for Israel on Tuesday, Nov 14

Dear Friends, On Tuesday, Rachel and I, and a small group from our synagogue joined nearly 300,000 other American Jews…

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Israel flag on background of sky

Finding Unity

Rabbi Glick’s speech at the October 17th solidarity with Israel gathering at Oak Park Temple. We have heard tonight from…

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Scales of justice, Symbol of law and justice concept.

Mitigating the Decree

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Virtual Services

While the synagogue has reopened in-person, Temple Har Zion is keeping its virtual community of prayer and learning active on Zoom.

Please contact the temple office if you need the password. PDF versions of prayer books are listed on each individual service page.

Recordings of the Saturday Shabbat Services and some of the special programs are available on Facebook and YouTube.