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Sherman Blvd. Synagogue
By 1949 Congregation Beth El Ner Tamid out grew their original synagogue and decided to build a new temple on Sherman Boulevard. This item…
Congregation Beth El Ner Tamid Gathering Place Report
A New Beginning: Beth Israel Ner Tamid
This item depicts the new home of Beth El Ner Tamid's congregation after their joining together with Congregation Beth Israel in 2012. The…
Yahrzeit - Memorial Plaques
Former Beth El President, Al Simon, discusses the importance of the yahrzeit plaques.
The Growing Conservative Movement of Milwaukee
This item, a newspaper article from 1956, both depicts Congregation Beth El Ner Tamid's own history, and reflects the growing conservative…
Beth El's Choir
This item is the flier from Beth El Ner Tamid's first annual music festival. The first of many musical concerts hosted by the congregation…
Torah Fund: A Legacy is Made
The Torah is the most sacred item in the Judaic faith. Pictured here is the sanctuary at Beth El's Mequon location, which housed the Torah's…
Active Women in Judaic Services
This item newspaper article from 1998 describes the inclusion of women in Judaic religious practice through a more active role in ceremony…
The above item is a pamphlet created by the congregation to inform the community about their upcoming move to their new Mequon Synagogue.
Flyer Produced Concerning Congregation's Sale of Kenwood Temple
This flyer discusses the controversial sale of the Kenwood Blvd synagogue in the late 1990s.