Led by Rabbi David B. Cohen and Cantor Richard Newman, Congregation Sinai is a Reform congregation located in Milwaukee’s North Shore area. We are guided by Jewish traditions, values and a commitment to social justice. We seek to engage with our community through prayer, education, celebration and action. We welcome all who wish to join us on this journey. Read more...
Outdoor Shabbat Guidelines
- If you are vaccinated (two weeks past your last dose), masks are optional outside. Feel free to wear your mask outside even if you are vaccinated if it makes you comfortable.
- If you are not yet vaccinated, or cannot be vaccinated, masks are required outside (If you don’t have one, we will provide it for you).
- Be a mensch! Please allow those with mobility challenges priority access to the patio seating.
- If all the patio seats are taken, or if you’d simply prefer, you are welcome to set additional Sinai chairs from the rack, or bring your own lawn chairs or blankets, to sit on the grass. Orange cones will signify where you may sit and maintain social distance.
- Please wear a mask whenever inside the building.
- In accord with social distancing recommendations, chairs will be pre-set on the patio. Please do not move these chairs, as this will complicate appropriate distancing.
- Greeters/ushers will guide you downstairs or to the sanctuary for seating.
- Please continue to observe social distancing in the foyer and on the stairs down to the patio. If you are using the elevator, please share it only with people from your household.
- If you need to use the bathroom, either on the main floor or the floor below, please maintain social distancing.
- If services are inside, masks are required by everyone, even if you’ve had the vaccine.
- Rabbi and Cantor will make the blessings for Kiddush and Motzi, but we won’t be distributing Kiddush and Motzi at Sinai.
- Outdoors: stay seated until greeters/ushers direct seating groups to leave the patio area. Please re-rack your chairs (if you are able) then proceed upstairs one grouping at a time.
- Indoors: Please use social distance protocols when exiting.
- Do not gather in the lobby to socialize on your way out; proceed to the parking lot, while keeping your mask on and maintaining social distancing inside the building whether you have been vaccinated or not.
Tell us how we can connect with you at Sinai ...
For those that are looking for a place to welcome Shabbat, we invite you to Friday night services.
When you are ready to teach your children Jewish traditions and values, Sinai’s religious school is here to help. Interfaith families are always welcome!
We all have questions, no matter where we are on our Jewish journey. Let's start with the basics.
For those that are seeking insight and comfort, adult education classes are offered throughout the year.
For those wanting to engage with others, Sinai builds community over shared interests.
Tell us another way that you would like to connect with Sinai.
Be sure to check your enews for information and zoom links for all upcoming programs and services!
Interested in joining Congregation Sinai? - contact Jen Friedman, Director of Engagement, for more information.
Adult Learning w/Richard NewmanStarts: 7:00 PM
Bible Study w/ Rabbi BrickmanStarts: 9:30 AM
Wine & CheeseStarts: 5:30 PM
Shabbat ServicesStarts: 6:00 PM
Torah study w/Rabbi's Brickman & CohenStarts: 9:00 AM
Jews that SchmoozeStarts: 11:00 AM
8223 N. Port Washington Road
Fox Point, WI 53217