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Temple Sinai is a Reform Jewish congregation that offers a wide array of opportunities for prayer, learning, and community involvement. Our mission is to inspire our members to integrate Jewish values and practice into their everyday lives, being inclusive and creative while also honoring tradition. We celebrate our Jewish lives together in an intimate and caring synagogue, perform acts of tikkun olam – repairing the world – and seek to pass on Jewish identity l'dor vador – from generation to generation. (Mission Statement, adopted June 2013).

A Meaningful Weekend with Rabbi Kevin Hale, Torah Scribe

December 5-7

Our Torah scribe, Rabbi Kevin Hale, who will be restoring our temple’s Holocaust Torah Scroll, will be spending the weekend of Dec. 5-7 with the Temple Sinai Community.Rabbi Kevin Hale

On Friday, Dec. 5, please join us for Tot Shabbat with Rabbi Hale from 6 to 6:30 p.m., followed by a Shabbat Pot Luck dinner and a 7:30 Shabbat B’Simcha service, at which Rabbi Hale will read Torah vertically as part of his talk, "The Art of the Torah Scribe," an introduction to how Torahs are put together and how a sofer works.

On Saturday, Dec. 6, the 8:30 a.m. Torah Study & Breakfast with Rabbi Hale will focus on “The Binding of Isaac: The Hand-Written Torah Story Up Close.”

At 10 a.m., Rabbi Hale will give D’var Torah on Vayishlach at a Shabbat Morning Service.

Join us at 7 p.m. Saturday for a Havdalah service and guided tour of our temple’s open Torah scrolls, as Rabbi Hale points out unique features of each one.

Sunday, Dec. 7, will feature all-day scribing sessions with Rabbi Hale plus Torah History, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. While individual scribing sessions on this date and March 8 are full, community members can sign up for a Torah letter writing session with Rabbi Hale on Sunday, June 7, 2015.  Aside from scribing sessions, all events listed are open to the public and free of charge.  

See below for more information.

Rabbi Meszler’s Sermons for the Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur

Holocaust Torah Scroll Restoration Project

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  • Imagine a transformative Jewish experience that your family will remember for generations to come;
  • Imagine honoring the memory of the six million Jews that perished in the Holocaust;
  • Imagine giving new life to your people’s “tree of life.”
You can do all this and more by becoming part of Temple Sinai’s Holocaust Torah Scroll Restoration Project. This year- long endeavor will enrich your mind, body and soul with unforgettable experiences in Jewish learning, community building, and spirituality.

Click Here For More Information or proceed to Sign-Up Now.

Upcoming Events

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7:30 pm Erev Shabbat Services

Nov
29

8:30 am
Torah Study

Nov
29
10:00 am Shabbat Service/Jacob Geisinger Bar Mitzvah

Dec
01
2:45 pm 7th grade

Dec
01
3:45 pm K-2 school

Dec
01
7:00 pm Gesher

Dec
01

7:45 pm
Sitting at Sinai

Dec
02

1:30 pm
Mishnah Study

Dec
02
3:45 pm 4th/6th grade school

Dec
02

5:30 pm
TASTY

Dec
02
6:30 pm Hebrew High School

Dec
02
7:00 pm Choir

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