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).
Due to the storm, Temple Sinai will be closed on Tuesday, January 27th.
Religious School is cancelled for Wednesday, January 28th.
The Temple office will aim to open Wednesday afternoon, depending on the aftermath of the storm.
Keep safe and warm!
Holocaust Torah Scroll Restoration Project
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.