Rabbi David Cohen, Cantor Lauren Phillips and the members and staff of Congregation Sinai welcome you to our Reform congregation in Fox Point, a suburb just north of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. We value diversity, spirituality, Jewish education and social responsibility, as well as a love of tradition and a passion for innovation.

Please join us for worship, learning and community.

 

 

wizard oz purim spiel

We're off to see the Wizard of Sushan! Haman's twin sister, the Wicked Witch of the K'vetch makes life difficult for the Jews of Sushan, especially those of smaller physical, but larger moral, stature, the Mentchkins. Come and join us as we cheer for Esther and Mordechai. 

Sunday morning, March 1st, 9:30 am - Megillah, Spiel excerpts, costume parade, and PURIM CARNIVAL!!!

Wednesday night, March 4th, 7:00 - 8:00 pm (including some Megillah reading) - For the entire congregation, the full Spiel!

 
Please join us for this exciting and stimulating
Congregation Sinai Social Action Shabbat featuring:
 
Mandela Barnes
Wisconsin State Representative
 
Friday, March 20, 2015
at 6:15 PM
“The Case for Reform – Criminal Justice Issues in Wisconsin”
 
Featuring Wisconsin State Representative, Mandela Barnes (D – Milwaukee) serves as the ranking
Democratic member on the Assembly Corrections Committee.  Rep. Barnes will provide an update on current criminal justice and corrections issues in the state legislature, along with an overview of forward-thinking reforms that legislators and organizations across the state are continuing to work towards.  For complete details, click on the link below:

Mandela Barnes Shabbat

 

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Special Guest: Hannah Rosenthal, Milwaukee Jewish Federation CEO          
March 22nd, 2015 at 10:00 AM
 


Hannah Rosenthal, president and CEO of the Milwaukee Jewish Federation, has spent her career successfully advocating for Jewish causes. Prior to joining the Federation, Hannah served as Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism at the U.S. State Department. She also served as executive director of the Chicago Foundation for Women, the Jewish Council for Public Affairs and the Wisconsin Women’s Council. Hannah is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and studied for the rabbinate in Jerusalem and California. She has long been active in public policy in Wisconsin, serving in support roles to a Wisconsin State Representative and a Wisconsin Member of Congress, as well as heading a Wisconsin state agency and a regional federal agency. Hannah is also a former member of the Madison Jewish Federation Board of Directors.

Join us as Hannah speaks about global anti-semitism, a phenomenon that has seen an extraordinary resurgence this past year. Hannah has just returned from representing the US at a global conference on anti-semitism in Europe.