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Anshe Poale Zedek Synagogue was founded in 1900. It is a traditional egalitarian congregation where everyone is welcome and participation is encouraged. Shabbat services begin each Saturday at 10 a.m., as well as holiday services throughout the year. We have an active Sisterhood that hosts many events, including summer picnics, Break the Fast suppers, and a Chanukah supper. Find us on Facebook at APZSynagogue. (facebook.com/groups/140083686932)
Spiritual Leader: Cantor Jerry Berkowitz, (262) 536-4480
Chair: Dr. Joseph Feder
c/o Herman Balaban
P. O. Box 2291, Manitowoc, WI 54221-2291
Located in a tree-lined suburban neighborhood, ASKT is a warm family-friendly shul. There are prayer services morning and evening. We offer many classes, and our programming includes: Shabbat children’s services, daily Talmud study, Cholent Madness, weekly classes of various types and special events throughout the year. We have a large kosher kitchen and a social hall that provides sit-down dining for 200 people for rental and special events. Everyone is warmly welcomed at ASKT and everyone is invited to come and visit and try it out.
Rabbi: Wes Kalmar
Emeritus: Nachman Levine
Administrative Coordinator: Carrie Barbakoff
Presidents: Steve Baruch, Ben Karan
BAIS DOVID IS SMALL HEIMESHE SHTEIBLE THAT WAS STARTED 24 YEARS AGO WHEN AGUDAS ACHIM CLOSED IT’S DOORS WITH THE BLESSINGS OF RABBI M. TWERSKI. THERE IS ONLY A SHABBOS AND YOM TOV MINYAN.
Rabbi: Dovid Eisenbach
Administrator: Abie Eisenbach
Chazan: Rabbi Moshe Gilden
Ba’al Kriah: Joel Saltztman
Treasurer: Mike Kleinman
Established in 1924, Beth Hillel Temple is the second oldest Reform congregation in Wisconsin. The synagogue is a National Historic Landmark, situated on Library Square near Kenosha’s lakefront.
We offer a full range of services, including Shabbat and holiday worship, religious and Hebrew schools, youth groups for grades 6-12, adult education, preschool programs, social action activities and social experiences.
The congregation has approximately 130 member units, and our vibrant Reform Jewish congregation is dedicated to the spiritual, educational and social needs of its diverse membership.
Rabbi: Dena A. Feingold, Rabbi@bethhillel.net
School Administrator: Todd Letven
President: Ben Goldstein
Beth Israel Center is a traditional, egalitarian congregation of families from diverse backgrounds who share a belief in the importance of preserving traditional Jewish practice in a modern context. We offer: weekly Shabbat services, Talmud Torah classes and Shabbat programs for kindergarten through 7th grade students, preschool-family Shabbat and holiday services, adult education programs, preparation for bar and bat mitzvah, engaged youth groups, social action opportunities, a mikvah, kosher kitchen, and more. Affiliated with USCJ.
Rabbi: Betsy Forester, firstname.lastname@example.org
Executive Director: Elissa Pollack, email@example.com
Education Director: Beth Copelovitch, firstname.lastname@example.org
Our 40 household congregation offers traditional egalitarian services on Shabbat mornings and holidays, led by Rabbi Martyn Adelberg. We also sponsor Shabbat family dinners on Friday evenings once per month. Adult education, social activities and fundraisers are planned throughout the year.
Our Hebrew school has attracted a number of new students. The Hebrew students meet with the Rabbi weekly for individual study sessions. We continually strive to provide Jewish programming to meet the needs of all of our congregational community, young and old alike. Interfaith families welcomed.
Rabbi Martyn Adelberg
Chabad Lubavitch Torah Center serves the Glendale area, and the many unaffiliated who use its services. Its warm, accepting environment, easy-to-follow prayer style, stimulating discussion and learning opportunities, make it a synagogue for all worshippers regardless of affiliation or background; offering community Sabbath and holiday services, social events, Torah classes, mitzvah/holiday needs, counseling, lifecycle services and holiday celebrations.
Chabad Lubavitch Torah Center is an affiliate of Lubavitch of Wisconsin.
Administrative Office: 6789 N. Green Bay Ave., Glendale, WI 53209
Chabad of Kenosha serves the Jewish needs of the Southeast Wisconsin area. Its programs include traditional Shabbat and holiday services and dinners, group and one-on-one Torah classes, Hebrew school, Jewish Women’s Circle, outreach to the unaffiliated, home and hospital visitations, lectures, and holiday programs. We maintain an updated website pertaining to Jewish interests, along with weekly Torah e-mails, and more. Chabad of Kenosha welcomes all Jews, regardless of affiliation or non-affiliation.
Chabad of Kenosha is an affiliate of Lubavitch of Wisconsin.
Rabbi Tzali Wilschanski
Chabad of the Bay Area serves the Jewish religious and cultural needs of the northeast upper Wisconsin area. It offers ongoing group and individual Torah classes and seeks to encourage every aspect of Jewish life. It maintains Shabbat and weekday services and offers participation in Shabbat and holiday celebrations. It provides religious articles: Mezuzah, Shabbat candle holders, Teflin, Matzos and more.
Chabad of the Bay Area embraces all Jews regardless of background, knowledge and observance.
Chabad of the Bay Area is an affiliate of Lubavitch of Wisconsin.
Director: Rabbi Michoel Feinstein
Chabad of the East Side offers daily, Shabbat and holiday services, a variety of community programming, holiday events and life cycle celebrations. Adult study includes an array of class offerings and Torah readings.
Shabbat services are held Friday night at sunset and Saturday morning at 9:30 a.m., followed by a delicious Kiddush luncheon at 12:00 pm. Daily morning services are held at 7:00 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. on Sundays. Evening service times vary by season. Chabad of the East Side is an affiliate of Lubavitch of Wisconsin.
Rabbi: Yisroel Lein, Rabbilein@chabadwi.org