Today is August 15, 2020; the
Maggie Duford and Edward Boraz would be delighted if our new synagogue family would join us at our wedding on Sunday, October 27 at 1:00 p.m. at Congregation Sons of Abraham. A light kiddush will follow the ceremony. Please RSVP to Maggie.
A double baby-naming ceremony for Lucy Eliana Koch, daughter of Abby Taub & Charlie Koch, and her cousin, Elise Dorothy Taub, daughter of George & Tabitha Taub (of Wisconsin Rapids, WI), will be held during Shabbat services on Saturday, Oct. 19th. Services begin at 10:30 and the ceremony will take place at about 11 a.m. Continue Reading »
Sign up below if you will walk/run, support with a donation, or volunteer to help at that event in the morning or in the afternoon. (Indicate how you plan to participate.) Our area is about to engage in a huge community effort to fight hunger. After determining that Crop Walk no longer met the needs Continue Reading »
Each year we purchase flowers to beautify the sanctuary during the High Holidays. The cost is low, as we divide it among our large number of supporters. Please sign below to let Jennifer Short know that you wish to be a part of this annual tradition.
Yom Kippur Break Fast – Prepayment appreciated – RSVP below… CSOA’s annual break fast will be held in the evening on Wednesday, October 9th, after Yom Kippur services. Please respond below by Monday, October 7th. As we do not collect any money at the end of Yom Kippur, we ask that you pre-pay by sending a Continue Reading »
The Jewish Community League (formerly the Jewish Women’s League) is pleased to announce the Recognition Brunch on Sunday, September 8 for our Rabbi Emeritus and his Rebbetzin! Bagels and lox will be served, along with coffee and other treats. Please bring your stories and share the joy with Simcha and Keren and our whole community. Continue Reading »
Friday, August 9th–Evening schedule:6:00 Shabbat dinner6:45 Kabbalat Shabbat service7:15 Seth Hoffman, Singer/Songwriter/Storyteller Wisconsin native Seth is a playful singer/songwriter for all ages. Currently living in Israel, he uses his guitar, strumstick, harmonica, voice, and loop pedal to tell musical stories. Seth’s songs are playful, positive, introspective, and sometimes interactive. They reflect many travels throughout the world. Continue Reading »
CSOA has been tasked to help deliver “meals on wheels” to shut-ins on Monday June 24 through Sunday June 30. (As the 29th is Shabbat, Mobile Meals of La Crosse will find another group to fill that day for us.) Mobile Meals of La Crosse prepares meals for elderly and disabled every day of the Continue Reading »
Sunday, June 9th following services at 10 AM.Sponsored by new parents Jessica and Michael Schonberger, in honor of their son, Jacob Ezra Schonberger, born Thursday, May 30, 2019 (19.5 inches, 6 pounds, 11 ounces). Come share their joy! RSVP below by Thursday, June 6th Please specify how many adults and children will be attending. Dietary Continue Reading »
As most of you know, Rabbi Prombaum is retiring on June 30. Brian Serle has applied for the job, initially on an interim basis. Brian is from the Minneapolis area and has conducted services at a number of different synagogues in the region, both Conservative and Reform. These include synagogues in St. Paul, Eau Claire, Continue Reading »