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~Located at the University of Wisconsin~
Since 2014, Adamah Neighborhood Table has been serving the University of Wisconsin campus and greater Madison community. As Madison’s only kosher restaurant, Adamah offers only the highest quality food and beverage at their location within the UW Hillel building as well as catering throughout the area. Adamah features high quality kosher meats as well as the best vegetarian and vegan options – stop by and get a taste of the best matzah ball soup around!
Special event catering is always a priority for Adamah, so be sure to contact us before your next big event. UW Hillel offers a variety of different size rooms for your event or Adamah can come to your location for on-site catering. Large or small, Adamah can customize the perfect menu for any event.
Adamah Neighborhood Table’s Kosher Certification is provided by Kosher Supervisors of Wisconsin and adheres to the strictest kosher guidelines to provide you with the peace of mind that you’re always getting the highest quality food and ingredients. For more information regarding Adamah Neighborhood Table or our kosher certification, please visit our website or contact us.
Contact: Jason Kierce, JKierce@UWHillel.org
Administrator: Rabbi M. Spalter
“Beautiful creations under the open sky.” We specialize in design work on granite and personalized memorials. Finest craftsmanship • Most reasonable prices
The Jewish Burial Association of Madison (JBAM) is an IRS 501(c)(3) not-for-profit entity that operates Beit Olamim, the Jewish cemetery In the northeast corner of the Sunset Memory Gardens cemetery. Beit Olamim has two distinct and equally beautiful and meaningful areas for burial: Sha’ar HaRachamin (Gates of Compassion), which requires those who are buried to be Jewish, as defined in the rules and regulations. This section does not permit burial of cremains. Sha’ar Shalom (Gates of Peace), which requires those who are buried to have been born Jewish, converted to Judaism, or a close relative of a Jewish person who was buried or expects to be buried here. It also allows burial of cremains. Requirements for burial in these sections are in the JBAM “Rules and Regulations” document on our website.
In Sunset Memory Gardens
7302 Mineral Point Rd.
Madison, WI 53717
Contact information: Jewish Burial Association of Madison (JBAM)
2702 Arbor Dr.
Madison, WI 53711
This beautiful new mikvah is open to all who seek to fulfill the mitzvah of immersion in a tranquil, state-of-the art environment. Our mikvah is open to women and men in our congregation and the broader community, for traditional and modern purposes, and for conversion. Please make an appointment, ideally at least three days in advance.
Milwaukee’s only Jewish funeral directors
Members of KAVOD Independent Jewish Funeral Chapels by invitation, NFDA and WFDA
Beautiful award-winning chapel
Many years of combined experience
Personalized service you won’t find anywhere else
Never an extra charge on Sunday
Blane Goodman Funeral Service, LLC is not affiliated with Goodman-Bensman Whitefish Bay Funeral Home.
10050 N. Port Washington Rd., Mequon, WI 53092
The Chapel: 3601 N. Oakland Ave., Shorewood, WI 53211
Funeral Directors/Advance Funeral Planners: Blane Goodman and Charles Goodman
Location: 326 S. Hawley Rd., Milwaukee, WI 53214
Mailing Address (Chevra Kadisha): 11040 W. Bluemound Rd., Suite 200, Milwaukee, WI 53226
Caretaker: Harlan Krueger Jr.
President (Chevra Kadisha): Dr. Barry Gimbel