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To reach out to every Jew in Kenosha and surrounding communities, regardless of their affiliation, level of observance, or background.
To provide the needs of the Jewish community both spiritually and physically.
To create a warm Jewish environment where every Jew will feel at home.

Chabad's programs provide the education to promote Jewish knowledge and awareness and the means to practice and experience our Jewish heritage. It encourages every positive action on the part of every Jew, and hopes to strengthen the Kenosha Jewish Community by promoting Jewish pride, study, and celebration.
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Learning & Inspiration
  • On Giving Charity before Kindling Shabbat CandlesThis is in reply to your letter in which you inquire about the significance of the dollar bill you... Read More
  • Take the Synagogue Quiz10 questions to test your synagogue smarts. Ready? Let's go! Read More
  • Hershel Shanks, 90, Attorney and Editor, Promoted Biblical Archeology Revealed Dead Sea Scrolls photographs to the public Read More
  • Betzalel the Milkman's Precious Find“I just found this bag filled with money,” explained Betzalel, showing him its contents. The bag... Read More
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Shabbat & Holidays
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Kenosha, WI 53140
Weekly Torah Portion
Upcoming Holiday
Mar. 27 - Apr. 4
Daily Thought
Standing there, looking down from Mount Sinai, Moses had to make a decision. In his hands, he held two tablets, the work of G-d, engraved by G-d with His own words. No objects more precious than these two stone tablets had ever materialized in this universe. Below, he beheld his people in the debauchery of their sin, worshipping a golden calf only forty days after hearing from G-d Himself, “You shall have no other gods.” If Moses would hold onto the tablets, he would have to deliver them, and then, he knew, none of those who had any involvement with the...
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