Congregation Beth El Sheboygan is an egalitarian Conservative congregation comprised of approximately 50 households, with a wide range of ages. Services are held every Shabbat morning at 10:15 a.m. and on major holidays. Shabbat luncheons are sponsored at least once a month. Our services are conducted by lay members of the congregation.
As Wisconsin’s largest Conservative congregation, we have been part of the Milwaukee Jewish community for over 100 years. We are egalitarian and affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism. We offer religious, educational, and social programming. Celebrate life cycle events in our beautiful sanctuary and social hall, the region’s largest and most elegant kosher facility.
Our School of Jewish Studies meets students’ individual needs in a nurturing, engaging educational environment.
Rabbi: Jacob Herber
Rabbi Emeritus: Herbert G. Panitch
Hazzan: Jeremy Stein
President: Richard Strait
Education Director: Jennifer Saber
Cnesses Israel serves 80 families in northeastern Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. While we are affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism, our members have diverse religious backgrounds from Reform to Orthodox. In addition to regular Shabbat and holiday services, a religious school, a variety of adult education courses and an active social program help us to serve our membership and offer a supportive family atmosphere. Active chapters of major Jewish organizations meet here.
Past Presidents: Lorna Kaye 920- 435-1675 or Sandra Burrows 920- 468-7566
Moses Montefiore Congregation is an egalitarian, conservative congregation, serving families in Appleton, Wisconsin and the surrounding Fox River Valley since 1903.
We have an active Sisterhood, offer educational opportunities for children and adults, participate in social action projects, and hold social events throughout the year. Friday evening Sabbath services are at 7:30 PM and conclude with an Oneg Shabbat. Our Saturday Shabbat services start at 9:30 AM followed by kiddish.
Rabbi: Kenneth Katz
President: Jerry R. Zabronsky
Temple Menorah is large in ritual yet intimate in atmosphere. We are a traditional Jewish community, overflowing with a rich Milwaukee history, yet brimming with diversity.
Temple Menorah offers religious, social, educational and youth-based activities year-round. Daily minyans, stimulating adult education and congregational services are the cornerstones of our family, and our Men’s Club and Sisterhood sponsor social activities. Our youth are educated about Jewish culture and appreciation of our heritage. We are proud to guarantee affordable synagogue affiliation.
Rabbi Gil-Ezer Lerer
President: Dr. Paul Levine