Congregation Shir Hadash is a Jewish spiritual community. We are egalitarian, inclusive, welcoming, creative, and informal. Reconstructionist philosophy provides the foundation for our spiritual journey; we also welcome and explore other spiritual and intellectual paths.
"Jews & Blues"
Saturday, February 28, 2015 at 7:30pm, Congregation Shir Hadash and Plymouth Church invite you to join Wisconsin's award-winning folk singer and storyteller, Lil Rev, and legendary Milwaukee musicians Peter Roller on guitar, Steve Cohen on harmonica, Jim Eannelli on bass, and Robby Greengold on trumpet for a night of house rocking blues, boogie and swing.
Tickets: $25 adults, $20 seniors, $15 students
Available in advance on eventbrite.com (search for “Lil Rev”) or at the door.
Am Segulah (The Purple People)
My Jewish practice is extremely important to my everyday life and I regard it highly as a practice. There are times when I have to push myself, there are times when I am gung-ho.
Regardless, I never quit...
To make a contribution to Shir Hadash, please send your check to:
Congregation Shir Hadash
P.O. Box 170632
Milwaukee, WI 53217
You can also designate that your contibution be directed to any one of the following funds:
- General Fund
- Adult Education Fund
- Music Fund
- Chesed Fund (to help those grieving or experiencing a time of need)
- Social Justice Fund
- Youth Education Fund
- Rabbi's Discretionary Fund
Thank you for your support!
Because prayer, music, and song are integral parts of our services, we chose the name Shir Hadash which means New Song. Music is one of the ways in which we discover and express our spirituality.
We value, support, and help each other in good times and in challenging times. We welcome and thrive on member volunteerism and active participation. Our members' openness, creativity, involvement, passion, and dedication are essential parts of our spiritual, social and Tikkun Olam activities.