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.
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High Holiday Sermons
Hebrew School Date: October 22, 2014 Time: 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Adult Ed: God 2.0: What does it all mean? Date: October 22, 2014 Time: 7:00 pm GOD 2.0: WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN? Taught by Rabbi Jay TelRav Wednesday evenings, 7:00pm October 22 & 29; November 5 & 12 Last year saw tremendous turnout for the God 1.0 class in which we explored a wide variety of Jewish understandings about God. Students were excited by the challenge to re-visit their assumptions about a Higher Power and this class will take the next step. If we believe in God, so what? What demands, if any, does that place upon us? How does a post-modern rationalist reconcile science and God and what implications does that have for us as a People? This class has no prerequisite. Please contact the temple office to sign up. NO FEE
Cooking Club Date: October 23, 2014 Time: 6:30 pm COOKING CLUB Taught by Chef and Food Writer Ronnie Fein Thursday evenings, 6:30pm Join us in the Temple Sinai kitchen for four evenings of cooking with local celebrity Ronnie Fein. Each session will focus on different types of cooking – please see below for details. Maximum 12 people per session, registration for one session at a time, or all of them. FEE: $36.00 PER SESSION, PAYMENT IS DUE AT THE TIME OF REGISTRATION. October 23: Vegetarian Entrees: Mujadarah, Shakshuka, Spinach Pie and Pasta with Bread Crumbs December 4: Hors d’ouevres: Roasted Potato Chips with Smoked Salmon Tartare, Spicy-Sticky Wings, Gougeres (plus stuffings) and Scallion Cakes February 5: Side Dishes: Carrots with Scallion, Honey and Pepper, Lemon-Parmesan Roasted Cauliflower, Roasted Harissa Potatoes, Sweet Potatoes with Coconut Oil & Maple and Broccoli with Orange & Chili Date TBD: Whole Grains: Farro with Mushrooms, Herbs & Truffle Oil, Bulgur Wheat Pilaf with Apricots & Pistachio Nuts, Kamut Salad with Corn, Tomatoes, Avocado & Sweet Onions and Quinoa Salad with Mango and Mint Click here to register
Beginners' Torah Study Date: October 24, 2014 Time: 12:00 pm Have you always wanted to learn about Torah but don’t have the time? Or maybe you think it might be too difficult? Every Friday at noon a beginners’ Torah study group meets to have basic discussions about the Torah, its laws, its stories, and the ancient people. Bring your lunch, make some new friends, and learn a little Torah! Please contact the temple office for the location of the group.