Although not in its original location, Temple Sholom is one of Chicago's oldest congregations. Founded in 1867 on Superior Street near Wells, the first building burned down in the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. After that, it moved to a number of locations before arriving at its magnificent, present home in 1930. The largest temple in the Chicago area, Temple Shalom is also one of the prettiest and grandest. The large dome is enough to sweep anybody up to God. Service times vary depending on season. Call for information. Call for service times.
- Nearest Train: Red Line, Belmont Avenue stop