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Skokie Chapel

The Chicago Jewish Funerals Skokie Chapel has a sleek, modern design while remaining a calm, comforting environment. The 15,000 square foot chapel, located at 8851 Skokie Boulevard, Skokie, IL, includes two elegantly simple, light-filled chapels. The large chapel seats 250 people while the smaller is more intimate, seating 50 people. Each chapel has an attached private family room for the gathering before and after services. The rooms themselves have private bathrooms, seating, and multiple beverage options. Each chapel is equipped with monitors and sound systems to accommodate multimedia presentations, photo montages, and musical tributes. The building also includes a Mikva for Tahara and a Kohain building. The handicapped accessible building has all public spaces, chapels, arrangement rooms and casket selection rooms on the main floor. There is a large skylight in the lobby, allowing natural light to stream in during the day. Ample parking is available and there are two entrances into the parking lot: one on Greenwood Street (North side) and one on Enfield Avenue (South Side).

Buffalo Grove Chapel

The Chicago Jewish Funerals Skokie Chapel has a sleek, modern design while remaining a calm, comforting environment. The 15,000 square foot chapel, located at 8851 Skokie Boulevard, Skokie, IL, includes two elegantly simple, light-filled chapels. The large chapel seats 250 people while the smaller is more intimate, seating 50 people. Each chapel has an attached private family room for the gathering before and after services. The rooms themselves have private bathrooms, seating, and multiple beverage options. Each chapel is equipped with monitors and sound systems to accommodate multimedia presentations, photo montages, and musical tributes. The building also includes a Mikva for Tahara and a Kohain building. The handicapped accessible building has all public spaces, chapels, arrangement rooms and casket selection rooms on the main floor. There is a large skylight in the lobby, allowing natural light to stream in during the day. Ample parking is available and there are two entrances into the parking lot: one on Greenwood Street (North side) and one on Enfield Avenue (South Side).