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There are many resources avaiable to the Jewish community in Madison, including:

Hilde L. Mosse GAN HAYELED PRESCHOOL

The preschool of the Jewish Federation of Madison, serving children 18 months through 5 years old of all backgrounds. Children and their families create connections and build community that form lifetime friendships and networks of support. We offer flexible schedule options, including wrap around care, and experienced, loving, compassionate teachers.
jewishmadison.org   gan@jewishmadison.org  (608) 442-4075
6434 Enterprise Lane, Madison, WI 53719


JEWISH BURIAL SOCIETY OF MADISON

Beit Olamim is a Jewish cemetery in Madison, Wisconsin located in Sunset Memory Gardens cemetery at 7302 Mineral Point Road. Beit Olamim has two distinct areas for burial within the cemetery: Sha’ar HaRachamin (a section in which plots are available for burial in accordance with halacha and traditional Jewish burial practices) and Sha’ar Shalom (a section in which plots are available for burial in accordance with less traditional Jewish burial practices, particularly for inclusion of families with non-Jewish members and that allows the burial of cremains or a second right of burial in a grave that has been utilized).
jbamadison.org  admin@jbamadison.org  (608) 467-3493
2702 Arbor Drive, Madison, WI 53711


JEWISH SOCIAL SERVICES

Jewish Social Services is a non-profit organization working to help Dane County residents get their basic needs met. They offer services in the areas of short-term advocacy, long-term case management, Jewish spiritual care and immigration services. We serve people of all ages and backgrounds.
jssmadison.org  info@jssmadison.org  608-442-4081   
6434 Enterprise Lane, Madison, WI 53719
 

MIDRASHA HEBREW HIGH SCHOOL

The Midrasha Hebrew High School, founded in 1975, is jointly sponsored by Beth Israel Center, Temple Beth El, and Jewish Federation of Madison. The purpose of Midrasha is to provide students with experiences and educational opportunities that will strengthen their Jewish identity and encourage and stimulate their desire to learn about their heritage. Midrasha offers classes in Hebrew and Jewish Studies, and in elective subjects for students in grades 8 through 12, who need not be affiliated with a synagogue to enroll.
jewishmadison.org   midrasha@jewishmadison.org  (608) 278-1808
6434 Enterprise Lane, Madison, WI 53719

 

March 19, 2019 12 Adar II 5779