Reform Judaism is thriving at Beth Hillel Temple, where the spiritual needs of Jews living in
Southeastern Wisconsin and northern Illinois are met. We are a warm and caring community that comes together to celebrate Jewish life and culture.
Meaningful services, innovative programming, and quality education are offered for all ages. The size of our small but growing membership of 137 families enables us to have rich intergenerational experiences, involved members, and a community that feels like an extended family. We welcome all who wish to celebrate Jewish life: families, singles and couples, gay, lesbian, transgender and gender nonconforming Jews, interfaith couples, and Jews by choice.
Beth Hillel is a member of the Union for Reform Judaism. The congregation was founded in 1924/25, and the building erected in 1927.