The Safety Pin Discussion Group

We had a really interesting first meeting, and we are thinking of how to turn our feelings into action. For our second meeting, we will also have more interesting discussion on civil rights in today’s America, keeping in mind Jewish values. The safety pin symbolizes a safe place for people...

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Pop Up Shabbat

7:00pm Shabbat Service & Meal Ale Asylum Riverhouse We are so excited to host our next Pop Up Shabbat! This time we will head downtown to the Ale Asylum for Shabbat dinner, a worship experience, and enjoy a beautiful night outside on a private patio on the Milwaukee River. This...

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Post-Election Analysis with Dr. Julia Azari

“Interpreting the 2016 Election Results” After most elections, everyone asks whether there is a “mandate” for the winner.   Today, that’s the least of the issues. With unprecedented fervor, the president-elect is dismissing the CIA’s report on Russia’s cyber-interference in the election, the republicans and democrats are arguing over the...

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Welcome to Bronzeville with special pre-show

Take a trip back in time to 1957 and experience the beauty that was Milwaukee’s Bronzeville at this very special First Stage production! The African Heritage Jewish Community Dialogue, the Jewish Community Relations Council of the Milwaukee Jewish Federation, NAACP-Milwaukee Branch, Congregation Sinai and First Stage invite you to an...

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Shabbat Vayinafash

Join Rabbi Cohen for a special series of Shabbat morning prayer experiences. Drawing from mindfulness practices such as meditation, movement and yoga we’ll explore Shabbat and prayer from a new and different perspective. The earliest Hasids (early 19th century) were explorers of mysticism and made use of multiple mindfulness modalities...

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Itsy Bitsy Sinai

Join us for a morning learning about Rosh Hashanah and tasting the sweetness of the new year! We value every member at Congregation Sinai – especially our youngest! Our preschool age program for birth to age 4 includes Shabbat, Holiday and Sunday morning fun with Jennifer Moglowsky, Rabbi Cohen, Cantor...

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Rockin’ Chanukah Shabbat & Latka Dinner

Friday, December 7 5:15 PM Shabbat Shelanu Activity (for School families only) 6:00 PM Service 7:00 PM Dinner   Join us for the Festival of Lights and a Chanukah Shabbat Dinner with delicious Latkas and Sufganiyot. We will make cards for Tikkun Ha'ir to distribute this holiday season. Bring you...

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Sinai in the City

6:30 PM Come for a drink if you like 7:30 PM Dinner Join Rabbi David Cohen for a night of food and conversation at Casablanca! RSVP to: https://sinaiinthecitycasablanca.eventbrite.com There is no charge for dinner, but please RSVP so we can plan for you. What does it mean to be a...

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Shabbat Unplugged

Note earlier service time and location in Worship & Learning Space A Camp-like Shabbat experience for families of ALL AGES. Join us for this casual Shabbat as we sing and pray together with Rabbi Cohen & guests. A memorable moment for the entire family!

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Tubeshebbat! with the Rockin’ Shabbat Band & Kol Simcha

Celebrate Tu B'shevat and Shabbat Shira with dinner and song! Rabbi Cohen and the Rockin' Shabbat band with special guests, the Kol Simcha Youth Band led by Mitch Shiner.5:30 PM dinner6:30 PM servicePlease RSVP for dinnerRSVP by Feb. 6:  Adults: $10 |Children 4-12 yrs: $7 | 3 and under: FreeRSVP...

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