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By joining today as a Full or Associate member you play a key part in the sustained growth of our shul - a warm spiritual home, where Ashkenazic and Sephardic congregations are joined together under one roof and unified by Torah and a love of Eretz Yisrael.

Full membership entitles you to complimentary Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur seats (for adults), voting rights at our annual meeting, and a discount on social hall rental fees. 

Associate membership is offered to those who have full membership at another shul and entitles you to a discount on social hall rental fees.

No one will ever be refused membership for financial reasons. If you are unable to pay the entire membership amount, please contact the Finance Committee to discuss alternate arrangements at or contact Debbie in the office at (847) 673-8592.







Please choose a membership option above.  Note that Associate Membership does not include High Holiday seats.

For other arrangements, please contact the Finance Committee at or contact Debbie in the office at (847) 673-8592.

Please note: No one will ever be refused membership (full or associate) for financial reasons.


We are pleased to have you join us for the High Holidays at KCT!  You may submit your requests online, or if you prefer you can make arrangements by the office: (847) 673-8592 or Please indicate how many seats you will need, including children in 6th-12th grade, adult children, and guests and in which section.

We expect to be at capacity, therefore, please only reserve seats if you plan on being at KCT for the High Holidays and specify which holiday(s) you will be attending. 

Please note for full members the new seat policy includes a fee of $100 for children under 6th grade who will not be in groups, and also for adult children over 18.

Full Member Seats
Included in dues
Included in dues
Associate Member and Guest Seats
Seating Selections
  * Name Location When Special Requests
Youth Groups and Babysitting
Please list the names and ages of children attending groups or babysitting. You may contact with any questions or concerns.

BUILDING FUND (required)

All members (after 1 year of membership) are required to contribute to the KCT Building Fund. This is an essential part of maintaining the synagogue’s financial health, providing important capital for our mortgage and helping maintain the overall aesthetic of the newest shul in Skokie. The Building Fund is set at $6,000 over 4 years ($125 per month), with discounts available for early payment per the schedule below.

Those families or individuals joining KCT for the first time in 2019 are exempt from the Building Fund for their first year of membership.

The goal is 100% participation from all members. If you have questions regarding the building fund, dedication opportunities or would like to discuss alternate arrangements to participating in the Building Fund, please contact the Finance Committee at or Debbie in the office at (847) 673-8592.

MAKOM KAVUA (optional)

As part of our initial building capital raise, we started to offer the opportunity for full members to buy their seats or "makom" in our beautiful new sanctuary in an effort to raise additional funds for the shul. These funds are another very important capital raising initiative to ensure the shul can operate and offer all the current services to the community.


Therefore, as a way to continue our fund raising efforts for KCT, we continue to offer any full member in good standing, the opportunity to acquire naming rights (makom) for seats in the shul for $1,200 per chair, for a 3 year period.  This would not preclude others from sitting in these chairs as everyone, (members and guests), are always welcome but we would ask people to choose seats that are not otherwise reserved with name plates on them, assuming other seats are available.  The reserved seating program is an important fundraiser for the shul and we ask you wait until at least 10am before taking a reserved seat, assuming other seats are available. Only full members in good standing who have paid all prior balances and signed up for next year's membership may buy these naming rights. Good standing includes either paying in full or being on a payment plan for the building fundIf you are interested in naming rights for a seat (men or women's section), please e-mail Matthew Koenig (

   Men's Section Ashkenaz - $1,200.00
   Women's Section Ashkenaz - $1,200.00
   Men's Section Sephardic - $1,200.00
   Women's Section Sephardic - $1,200.00

KIDDUSH FUND (optional)

Kiddush Fund members allow us to offer cholent every Shabbat by contributing $25 for each week there is no sponsor.


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