We, the members of Temple Sinai, are a community of Reform Jews characterized by warmth, learning and holiness. Our community embodies the values of Avodah, Torah, K'hillah and Tikkun Olam/K'lal Yisrael.
Avodah - Ritual Life
We seek a sense of holiness in our synagogue, our homes, and our daily lives. We connect with God, with our community and with ourselves through worship, study and participation in Jewish activities.
Torah - Learning and Study
We seek meaning and Jewish continuity by engaging all generations in dynamic study of Jewish heritage and practice.
K'hillah - Community
We see our Temple community as an extended family, where we can be known and cherished. We celebrate together in joy and comfort one another in sorrow.
Tikkun Olam/K'lal Yisrael - Repair of the World / The Greater Jewish Community
We are committed to the sacred task of promoting social justice and helping those in need, purposefully translating the principles of Judaism into action. Recognizing that all Jews are responsible for one another, we foster a personal connection with the Jewish people in our greater community, Israel and throughout the world.
Weekday Hebrew School Date: December 11, 2013 Time: 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Adult Ed: Beginners' Hebrew Date: December 11, 2013 Time: 6:30 pm Have you thought about learning Hebrew so you can follow along in the prayer book? So you can help your child prepare for their B’nai Mitzvah? So you can learn the Hebrew language? This class, will begin with the aleph-bet and will
Adult Ed: Intro to Judaism Date: December 11, 2013 Time: 7:30 pm INTRODUCTION TO JUDAISM Taught by Rabbi TelRav & Rabbi Hammerman (of Temple Beth El) with occasional guest presenters The ITJ Program is designed to give students (both Jews and Non-Jews) an opportunity to learn about the history,
Cooking Club Date: December 12, 2013 Time: 6:30 pm COOKING CLUB Taught by Congregants Betsy Stone and Randy Skigen Thursday evenings, 6:30pm November 21, December 12, January 23, February 13, March 20 Join chefs Betsy Stone and Randy Skigen for a holiday odyssey of Jewish cooking! No prior