Like many of Chicago's Jewish congregations, the conservative Anshe Emet began on the West Side and eventually moved north. In 1910, the congregation found a permanent home in this simple yet elegant building. The exterior of the building is Georgian style, while the inside is auditorium style with seven beautiful stained-glass windows depicting various themes from Jewish history and folklore. The church grounds also include a cemetery.
Attractions & Landmarks, Parks, Gardens & Cemeteries, Religious
- Nearest Train: Red Line, Addison St stop