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Please visit our Online Services and COVID-19 pages for current info. We will mark the end of the COVID emergency with our community event, Hashiveinu: A Celebration of Return on Sunday, August 8.

Chesed Society

The Chesed Society of CSI was funded in 1999 by seed money from congregants Gertrude and Edward Krick, and has continued to be funded for the past 20 years by donations from the Krick family, and members of our CSI congregation. The purpose of the Krick Chesed Society is to provide support, comfort, consolation or congratulations, for a variety of circumstances and experiences by congregational members and their families.

Scroll down to sign-up for our Mi Shebairach and/or Bikkur Cholim (visiting and calling the ill) forms.

When/Where we meet:

The Chesed Society meets every four to six months, and communicates via text and email all through the year, in order to coordinate whenever an issue arises where members of the Chesed Society can lend support. We usually meet over pizza and salad, or a delicious dessert and coffee, at CSI.

what we do:

The mission of The Gertrude and Edward Krick Chesed Society of CSI is to both celebrate and assist Congregants with life cycle events by accomplishing one good deed at a time, for and with fellow congregants, with continued follow through.

Examples of how the Chesed Society lends a hand to our congregants:

  • Gift baskets after the birth of a new baby
  • Greeting cards offering congratulations, get well wishes, or sympathy
  • Visits when congregants are hospitalized or recovering from surgery
  • The organization of meals when there is a new baby or if someone is ill
  • Shiva Meal following the funeral
  • And more!

how to get involved:

Please contact Arlene Koslow, Chairperson, at, or call 404-259-7391.


Mi Shebairach & Bikkur Cholim:

If you or a loved one is ill and would like to be included in our Mi Shebairach prayers for a complete and speedy recovery, click here:

Mi Shebairach Form

To sign-up to call and/or visit members who are ill or in need, complete the following form: 

Chesed Visits & Phone Calls: Bikkur Cholim Form

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