Today is November 22, 2019; the
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Please join us for a special Kiddush/Appreciation Luncheon following Shabbat services (at a special early time: 9:30 a.m.) on Saturday, January 12th. The Kiddush/Luncheon will express our appreciation, thanks, and best wishes to Adam and Yifat as they make their final preparations to move to Appleton. Adults: $9.00, Children (under 12): $5.00. Please RSVP below Continue Reading »
Join us on Sunday, December 9th at 6:00pm for Family Fun Game Night to celebrate Hanukkah! Adults and children will gather and light the second candle together as a community. Please bring your menorah, to increase the shine. List of games: Jewish Charades Dreidel Tournament Chutzpah (Monopoly-like Jewish board game) Poker Torah Slides and Ladders Continue Reading »
We are an informal discussion group whose purpose is to come to a better understanding of Jewish thought, practice and tradition. We are discussing the book, A Book of Life: Embracing Judaism as a Spiritual Practice by Michael Strassfeld. We meet at 325 S 21st at 10:30 AM on days that Sunday School meets, and Continue Reading »
UW-L Hillel students are baking fresh challah for their Friday, October 26, fundraiser which will be held upstairs in the Cartwright Center from 9 am to 3 pm. Half the proceeds from the sale will support Hillel activities, and the other half will be donated to Tzedakah. Mini and regular size challahs will be available. Continue Reading »
AMOS turns five years old! Come to the party!!! Hopefully we’ll get a super turnout like we did last year. I am making latkes this year — latkes and latkes and latkes. Please let me know if you can attend. Thee guest speaker for the program is the Rev. Willie Brisco. Rev. Brisco serves as Associate Minister of Continue Reading »
Come and participate in an October 1st Children-Poverty Community Conversation to learn how you can get involved, and to offer your ideas to increase community awareness and involvement.
United Synagogue’s Gila Drazen Joins Barbara Nagel and Rabbi Prombaum to Provide an Enriching Yom Kippur Experience for CSOA Worshippers. Gila Drazen is thrilled to be joining the Sons of Abraham community for Yom Kippur 5773, returning to her maternal roots in Wisconsin (her mother is a native of Sheboygan). Gila currently resides in New Continue Reading »
RSVP BELOW by Thursday, September 27, or call Keren Prombaum at 784-7648 Adults: $9.00 Children: $5.00 College Students attend as guests of the synagogue.
Our annual break fast will be held in the evening after Yom Kippur services. Please pre-pay by sending a check to Sara Levenstein: $9.00 for adults and $5.00 for children under 12. Sign up below to let Carol Ziff know you will be attending.