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The price for perpetual memorial plaques will increase from $350 to $400 on January 1, 2017. To arrange for the purchase of a plaque, please contact Toni in the clergy office at 414-228-7545.

We have an on-line form for donating to our High Holy Day Appeal.  You can find the form in our Donations & Payments menu at the left, or click here to go directly to the form.

The monthly articles from our clergy and lay leadership have been moved to our new blog located below.  Comments will be posted after they are accepted by the moderator.

CEEBJ Blog

Rabbi Berkson – Ha-Kol – December/2016
December 1st, 2016

Torah teaches the profound power of words. How does God create? God speaks. "Let there be light-and there was light." And, created in God's image, we create with words. So often we speakand it becomes so. The opposite is also true. And just as God Read More

Rabbi Schaller – Ha-Kol – December/2016
December 1st, 2016

I can’t wait for my family’s first Hanukkah in Wisconsin. This year my son is old enough to appreciate a good party. Arvie and his four Midwest cousins will help to light their own menorah, they will each receive a small Hanukkah gift, each have Read More

Cantor Barash – Ha-Kol – December/2016
December 1st, 2016

Musical Happenings Please come to our Children’s choir Hanukkah performance at the Sarah Chudnow campus on Sunday, December 18 at 11:30 am. There, our CEEBJ Children’s Choir will treat you to some beautiful Hanukkah songs accompanied by Bill Hindin on piano. You will have another Read More

Michael Levin (CEEBJ President) – Ha-Kol – December/2016
December 1st, 2016

For thousands of years, Jews have taught humanity that there is one G-d, not only with our words, but also by our actions. We bring the Eternal into the world when we visit the sick, clothe the naked, feed the hungry, and comfort the mourner. Read More

Garrett Buttenhoff (Brotherhood President) – Ha-Kol – December/2016
December 1st, 2016

From Our President Thank you to everyone who participated and purchased a Lox Box for themselves or for their friends and family. Additional thanks to the committee and volunteers, who purchased the items, helped assemble the boxes and delivered them, too. Not only is this Read More

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