Social Justice: Discussing White Privilege

The Conversation Continues: An Evening with Martha Berry Discussing White Privilege A continuation of the conversation begun by Rabbi Cohen in his Erev Rosh Hashanah sermon Martha Berry is the Racial Justice Director at YWCA Southeast Wisconsin. Her work includes providing community education on eliminating racism through the six-part series...

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Social Justice Shabbat & Potluck Dinner

6:00 PM Shabbat Service with guest Pastor Michelle Townsend de Lopez 7:00 PM Congregational Potluck Dinner As a part of a cross-denominational dialogue, Pastor Michelle Townsend de Lopez of Cross Lutheran Church will speak to us from the bimah during this service, and Rabbi Cohen will be speaking at Cross...

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Tabletop Games & PJ Havdallah Movie Night

Do you love table top games? Join us for Havdallah, Pizza and game night at Sinai - open to all! Adults and families welcome.Join us for havdallah, pizza, popcorn, a movie for the kids, and games for the adults. Bring the kids in pajamas. Sinai has an assortment of games...

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Brotherhood Coffee

“Where We are Heading” Jody Hirsh, Judaic Education Director at the Harry and Rose Samson Family JCC, Joe Glassman, MSW and Jim Stillman will discuss the evolving role of men over the past 50 years and will focus on “where we are heading”.   More and more men are getting...

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Cantorial Installation & Celebration

Please join us in simcha and song as we celebrate Shabbat together at the installation of Cantor Richard Newman. Shabbat Services 6:15 PM With guests Cantor Lori Corrsin and Dr. Andrew Henderson, Organist/Pianist. Champagne Oneg to follow services.   Sing to God a new song, Sing to God all the earth!  (Psalms 96:1)...

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Three Talmud Stories Every Reform Jew Should Know

Although it was compiled 1500 years ago, the Talmud occasionally speaks in a decidedly modern voice. This isn’t entirely surprising; the rabbis were engaged in a massive effort to “modernize” Judaism from its Biblical antecedents to the religion we know today. Join us for a lively and informative session. Let...

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Sinai Brews

Brewing Beer for Sinai Events!   All are welcome to join our group of beer lovers, chemistry lovers and those who enjoy cooking to learn how to brew beer from our Sinai Resident Master Brewers:  Alan Silverman and Gordy Goldbaum. We just finished brewing the beer for the Hwang's Fight MS...

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Sinai in the City

Join us at Jings for a little “Chinese and Chat”.  Rabbi David and Cantor Richard would love to treat you to dinner and discuss anything you would like regarding Judaism, Sinai, the world in which we live, etc.  This is a lovely opportunity to meet Richard, who is new to...

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Social Justice Speaker

“Neoliberalism and How We Got Trumped” with Dr. Tait Szabo The term “neoliberalism” has been used to describe the political and economic system that has been dominant in the United States since the 1970s, but what is it and how can understanding it help us understand the growing economic inequalities we see today? In this...

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Green Shabbat & Potluck Dinner

“You are what you eat” Food Justice, Ethical Kashrut, and the Environment Potluck Dinner 6:00 PM - Green Shabbat Service 7:00 PM - Potluck Dinner Please RSVP by November 6 Potluck Dinner by last name: A-J Dessert/Fruit, K-R Main Dish, S-Z Side/Vegetable Please plan your dish for a minimum of...

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