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The Conservative movement of Judaism is the second largest Jewish denomination, with a presence in forty-six states, including Wisconsin. Synagogues are the centers of a diverse spectrum of independent Conservative communities. Since the Conservative Movement is both a religious and organizational entity, affiliation with the Conservative Movement requires adherence to certain guidelines as set by the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism.
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Beth Israel Center
Root going back to the late 1890's, today with about three hundred families. Upcoming events, message from Rabbi Joshua Ben-Gideon, calendar, and descriptions of committees, adult and family education, youth groups, rites of passage, and a school program. Madison.
Congregation Beth Israel Ner Tamid
Founded in 1884, led today by Rabbi Jacob Herber. Links, photographs, a bulletin, and descriptions of a library, a gift shop, services and schedule, youth groups, a religious school, adult education, and clubs. Glendale.
Moses Montefiore Synagogue
Located in Appleton, Wisconsin. An egalitarian, conservative congregation with news, services, and events.
Located in Milwaukee. Traditional/Conservative synagogue. Includes temple events calendar, schedule of services, and photo gallery.
Located in Eau Claire. An egalitarian conservative Jewish congregation.
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