Today is November 18, 2018; the
Kiddush Luncheon on Sat. Nov. 17 — RSVP here Date: This coming Saturday, Nov 17, 2018 When: Following Shabbat morning services Cost: Adults $8.00 Children $5.00 College students Free Please RSVP below no later than Thursday, Nov. 15. In your RSVP please indicate the number of adults and children. Special Dietary concerns? Email Keren Prombaum at email@example.com The JWL Continue Reading »
Sukkot Community Service and Dinner, Sunday, September 23 Services 6:00 pm Dinner 6:30 pm RSVP below by Thursday, September 20 Adults: $12.00 Children: $5.00 College Students attend as guests of the synagogue. Dietary concerns. Please call Keren Prombaum at 784-7648.
Happy New Year! Let’s Celebrate Together! Anyone is invited to join us for our Tashlich service down at the river on Monday, September 10, 2018, 11:00am. We meet at the synagogue (1820 Main Street). Please bring old bread, an umbrella/rain jacket if necessary and, just in case, rainboots for puddle-jumping! Hosted by Families with Young Children Continue Reading »
It is our honor and privilege to continue Roberta Gelatt’s tradition of soliciting contributions for High Holiday flowers. We thank our “veterans” who donate faithfully year after year, and welcome new member contributions for the floral arrangements which grace our Bimah on Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur. Please sign up below. All contributions are welcome Continue Reading »
Yom Kippur Break Fast – Prepayment appreciated – RSVP below… CSOA’s annual break fast will be held in the evening on Wednesday, September 19th, after Yom Kippur services. Please respond below by Monday, September 17th. As we do not collect any money at the end of Yom Kippur, we ask that you pre-pay by sending Continue Reading »
Join the CSOA team, “The Wanderers,” on Sunday June 10 from 8 am to 1 pm for a nature hike to benefit the Mississippi Valley Conservancy. We will be a spirited, semi-sprightly Synagogue team walking, exploring, and supporting some of the unique trails protected by the Mississippi Valley Conservancy. In our Jewish religious tradition we share common goals with the MVC of conserving and Continue Reading »
What is the New Budapest Orpheum Society? That’s a good question. The new Budapest Orpheum Society (NBOS) is an Ensemble-in-Residence in the Humanities Division at the University of Chicago. The self-styled Jewish Cabaret was founded in 1998, and it’s eight classically-trained musicians tour widely, having performed at Symphony Space, the Café Sabarsky and the YIVO Institute Continue Reading »
Maritza Klezmer Band and Clara Byom will perform in our social hall on Sunday, April 15th, at 10:00 a.m. to noon. Admission is $5.00 and all are invited. For further information, contact Michelle Hockersmith.
Busya Lugovier plays a 1762 Gvarani violin at the Isaac Fernandez Blanco Museum of Spanish–American Art in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Every year, La Crosse’s synagogue, Congregation Sons of Abraham (CSOA), holds its annual Holocaust Remembrance service at the beginning of the Holocaust Week of Remembrance established by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Continue Reading »
The Alternative Truth Project’s reading of “The White Crow (Eichmann in Jerusalem)” by Donald Freed, will be performed on Saturday, April 7, at 7:30 p.m. at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, 401 West Ave. S., in La Crosse. The reading is free of charge and open to the public. Following the horrors of Hitler’s Germany, Nazi Hunters went Continue Reading »