Calendar of Events for July 2013-July 2014
8/13 Kidís Fest at Roosevelt Park in Oconomowoc
9/4 Rosh Hashanah
9/13 Yom Kippur
9/22 Sukkot party
10/18 Shabbat with Rabbi
12/3 Hanukkah party
1/15 TuB'Shevat Seder
2/14/15 Shabbat with Rabbi
3/16 Purim Party
4/15 Second Passover Seder
5/10 Women's Torah Study 10:30 am
6/4 Shavuot dinner and study
6/18 Annual Meeting
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Contact: Loren if you have questions. You can also call her at 262 567 1225 as well as Terrie Silverman at 262 569 7828, or Therese Dorfman at 262 569 1228
All activities are held at private homes in Oconomowoc, WI 53066, unless otherwise noted.
Shalom and Welcome!
Chavurah Or Tikvah (which means Light of Hope Fellowship ) is a small synagogue (fifteen families) located at 521 Westover, in Oconomowoc, WI. We have members from a wide area including Hubertus, Dousman, Muskego, Waukesha, etc., and have been in existence since 1994.
We celebrate the High Holidays with family-style services and potlucks at OSRUI in Oconomowoc.
Our spiritual leader is Rabbi Brian Comrov. He is also a chaplain with Midwest Hospice in Chicago, though he lives in Milwaukee. He is available for Bar Mitzvahs, baby namings, weddings, etc. He comes for Shabbat services six to ten times a year and attends our holiday parties. His kindness, intelligence and wonderful stories endear him to all who know him.
His wife, Rebbetzin Ronit Comrov, is a master chef and mashgiach. She gives cooking classes in the summer and throughout the year in our member's homes.
Our leaders are: Loren Schmidt (President), Terrie Silverman (Secretary), Marsha Camitta (Treasurer), and Therese Dorfman (Director of Education).
Membership dues are $125.00 per year and this includes all High Holiday services.
Chavurah Or Tikvah is a friendly, outgoing group and we encourage you to join us for one of our functions. We encompass a fairly wide range of Jewish religious positions and have some lively debates at times, but generally manage to remain a close group that has respect for all its members. L'Hitraot! (See you later)
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