Oak Park Temple and Glasser Preschool are prohibited areas for concealed carry. Read more.
Welcome to Oak Park Temple
We are a warm Reform Jewish congregation in historic Oak Park, an inner suburb just west of Chicago, known for its quality parks and schools, and its diverse population.
Home to artists, educators, professionals and social activists, Oak Park Temple offers the intimacy and informality of a small synagogue with the history and resources of an established congregation of more than 500 families.
Individuals and families from diverse backgrounds belong to our congregation. Together we strive to build a sacred community around Jewish worship, learning and social justice.
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Join Oak Park Temple in celebrating its sesquicentennial this year. La Shana Tova!
Tickets are now on sale for international singer-songwriter David Broza at OPT, November 1, 2014.
News and Events At Oak Park Temple
Rabbi Rick Jacobs, President of the Union for Reform Judaism, will visit OPT on Friday, November 21. Learn more.
The Green Chaverim is looking for new members. You can heal the world, right here in your community. Learn how.
Rabbi David Saperstein, director of the Religious Action Center of the Union for Reform Judaism, has been nominated to become U.S. Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom. Read more about this incredible honor.