ברוכים הבאים - Welcome!
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.
Friday, March 27 at 7:30 PM
at Congregation Emanu-El B'nei Jeshurun
*No Services at Sinai*
"Are We A Community of Justice?"
Rabbi Jonah Pesner, Director of the Religious Action Center (RAC) of the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ) will speak on this subject at the annual Metropolitan Conference of Reform Congregations (MCRC) Shabbat.
Rabbi Pesner, also Senior Vice President of URJ, has been named by Newsweek as one of the most influential rabbis in America. A founder of the Campaign for Youth Engagement as well as Just Congregations, his expertise lies in developing strategies and encouraging action by clergy and lay leaders in the areas of interfaith, economic justice, marriage equality and other human rights.
MCRC members include lay leaders from CEEBJ, Congregation Shalom, Congregation Sinai, Congregation Emanu-El of Waukesha and Beth Hillel Temple of Kenosha.
Sinai @ 60 Brick Campaign
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.
Sinai in the City
"Four Cups of Wine and Then Some"
Thursday, March 26 at 7:30 PM
The Tin Widow, 703 south 2nd
What does it mean to be a young, professional Jewish adult in 2015? Are you looking for a point of entry into metropolitan Jewry? Do you have a child or know someone - affiliated or unaffiliated - that is looking to meet other young Jewish professionals? Look no further....
Join Cantor Lauren Phillips for a unique alternative Shabbat and Holiday experience downtown for young professionals. We'll utilize media, music, current topics, and alternative venues to worship, share, and get to know each other. This is a chance to meet like-minded Jewish adults to schmooze, eat, share in a little Torah and a lot of conversation! Come be a part of Judaism in a meaningful way that is relevant to you and your life. Young adults and grad students - 20's and 30's, singles, couples, married - all are welcome!
For more information contact Cantor Lauren Phillips at
Spring Break School Closings
Programming will not be held on the following dates:
No Religious School Sunday, March 29 and Sunday, April 5.