WELCOME TO BETH HILLEL TEMPLE IN KENOSHA, WI
Reform Judaism is thriving at Beth Hillel Temple, where the spiritual needs of Jews living in Southeastern Wisconsin and Northern Illinois are met. We are a warm and caring community that comes together to celebrate Jewish life and culture.
Meaningful services, innovative programming and quality education are offered for all ages. The size of our small but growing membership of over 130 families enables us to have rich intergenerational experiences, involved members and a community that feels like an extended family.
We welcome all who wish to celebrate Jewish life: families, singles and couples, LGBTQIA+ individuals, interfaith couples and those exploring or who have found a spiritual home in Judaism.
Join us at our weekly services in-person, or watch from the comfort of your home. Shabbat and holiday services are livestreamed to Beth Hillel members and friends on a regular basis.
In honor of Rabbi Feingold’s upcoming retirement in June of 2024, and to celebrate her legacy, we are planning a Retirement Gala on June 22, 2024, and also honoring her with a Spiritual Legacy Fund.
Sun Mar. 3
Great Decisions Meeting: Mideast Realignment
Join BHT's Great Decisions Discussion Group. Meets on Zoom the first Sunday of the month. Each session includes a video, reference materials, and discussion. Email for more information.
Sun Mar. 3
Nosh-On: Homemade Hamentashen
The Adult Engagement Committee is hosting a Nosh-On with Gary Fugate making homemade hamentashen! Ask for the Zoom link if you can't make it in person. RSVP by February 25. A $10 donation to BHT is appreciated for the event!
Purim Dinner with Megillah Reading
Join us for Purim here at Beth Hillel on March 23! Who will be this year's mystery guests be? Email the Temple for more information and to register for the night! Megillah reading to begin at 6:30pm.
Sun Apr. 7
Nosh-On: Homemade Gefilte Fish
The Adult Engagement Committee is hosting a Nosh-On with Ben Goldstein making homemade gefilte fish! Ask for the Zoom link if you can't make it in person. RSVP by March 31. A $10 donation to BHT is appreciated for the event!
Thur Apr. 11
Lunch & Learn: Road Scholar Civil Rights Journey
Join Alice Thomson and Robin Kreines for a Lunch and Learn event in Founder's Hall. There will be a Zoom option for those who cannot attend in person. RSVP by April 4th with the Temple office to join in the discussion!
Lunch 'n Learn: Orit Perlman
Did you miss the Feb 1 Lunch 'N Learn with Orit Perlman to learn more about the situation in Israel? Email the Temple Office to request a copy of the link!
Upcoming Service Schedule
The legacy of this congregation is ours; all of ours. We inherited this congregation from the generations of members before us. It now belongs to us, and it is in our hands to pass on, l’dor vador, to the next generation.
— Rabbi Dena Feingold