Limited by COVID-19, Jewish community finds ways to keep traditions alive, connections strong
Sophie Carson, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
There’s a certain comfort people of faith find in religious services: the shared sense of tradition, the feeling of kinship with others who gather.
When the coronavirus pandemic forced the Fox Point synagogue Congregation Sinai to suspend in-person events, congregant David Hirsch and his two children lost that warmth and connectedness they loved experiencing each week.
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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...
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