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.

 
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Israeli Rockin' Shabbat and Congregational Dinner!
Friday, April 17th, 2015 at 6:15 PM
 
Service at 6:15 PM
Last chance to see the band until fall!
Join us for Rockin' Shabbat "Israeli Style."  We will incorporate popular Israeli melodies into our worship service.  
Guest Speakers - Amit Zahavi, Milwaukee Shlicha and Shin Shins Itamar & Shani will discuss their roles and objectives for our Jewish community.
Stay for a terrific catered Israeli Dinner! See below for details.
 
Dinner at 7:30 PM
Celebrate delicious Israeli cuisine with family and friends!
Great for all ages! Roll into Dinner for a delicious meal! Conversation for adults, with activities for kids!  This will allow for a leisurely dinner for all. Feel free to bring a bottle of wine to share!
 
Please RSVP by April 14th at:
Early Bird Cost (by April 14): Adults: $10.00 * Children 12 and under: $7.00 * Children 3 and under: Free
Post Deadline (by April 16): Adults: $12.00 * Children 12 and under: $8.00 * Children 3 and under: Free
Day of/Walk in: Adults: $15.00 * Children 12 and under: $10.00 * Children 3 and under: Free
If you will be attending the dinner and intend to pay by cash or check-please RSVP to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we will enter your information.
 

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It's Time for Phase II

A sincere thanks to the families who contributed to our Sinai @ 60 Brick Campaign during Phase I. To date, almost 60 bricks have been donated!
 
After the Phase I campaign, the committee learned that our original patio location for the bricks was cost prohibitive and would disturb the look and feel of our outdoor worship space.   Since then, we searched for the best location for our engraved bricks on the Sinai grounds. 
 
We are thrilled to share our final design and location selection.   The meditative space you see above will create a peaceful environment to dedicate time for contemplation and reflection.  It will be located north of the patio near the edge of the grounds along the "creek" and among the trees.   It will consist of newly planted shrubs, greenery, benches and a custom built patio made up of the engraved bricks.  These bricks will form an enduring, personalized connection with our entire Sinai community.  This project gives our community an opportunity to honor, to remember, to show gratitude for those who we love and hold dear as we celebrate Sinai's 60th anniversary.
 
We just need over 110 bricks to complete this year's campaign and we're over ½ way to our goal.  Let's work to exceed this year's goal as our new space is designed to grow with ongoing and future donations.  To order a brick, please go to Sinai's brick order website at http://congregationsinai.donationbricks.com, select your brick size, create your brick message, print the order and mail it to Sinai along with your donation.  Our goal is to complete Phase II by the May 31, 2015 and schedule the installation during the summer.  For donors seeking to sponsor the benches themselves or support the overall landscaping project, please contact Karen Lancina directly at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .
 

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The Art of the Jewish Short Story with Rachel Baum, UWM
April 14, 21, 28, May 5, 12
7:30 - 9:00 PM
 
What makes a short story "Jewish?" What characterizes the work of Jewish authors? We'll examine a blend of older and contemporary "classics" from authors like Philip Roth, Cynthia Ozick, Nathan Englander, Thane Rosenbaum, Steve Stern, and Elisa Alpert. The stories engage with issues of Jewish identity, historical memory, religious issues, and more. Join us to explore a literary cornucopia filled with surprises and delights.
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