School & Adult Learning
Religious School - February Break
There will be no school from February 17-24th. Classes resume on Tuesday, February 26th.
Beneath the Surface Program Series
Sundays 11:30 am to 1 pm - March 10 & March 31
Temple Sinai Religious School in partnership with Mayyim Hayyim will offer a special class open to all 5th-7th grade female/identify as female students and a maternal relative/friend.
The program focuses on building and strengthening relationsips and is a reflective and celebratory experience. Find all the details here. If you missed the first class on February 10th, you can still join us for the remaining classes. Contact the School Office to sign up.
Gifts to Give Volunteer project
Sunday, March 17th * 9 am to 1 pm
All grades are invited to join us for our first school-wide volunteer program at Gifts to Give in New Bedford, MA. Transportation will be provided. Contact the School Office with questions or to RSVP by March 5th.
SAVE THE DATE - PURIM ACTIVITIES!
The Muppet Megillah
Wednesday, March 20th at 7 pm
Don't miss out on this year's Purim Shpiel and Service.
Purim School Program & TASTY Carnival
Sunday, March 24th
There will be a modified school day for 3rd-6th graders. ALL GRADES will attend from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.
All are welcome to join us for a Megillah Reading at 11:30 a.m. with the TASTY Purim Carnival to follow from 12:00 to 1:30 p.m.
News & Events
Celebrating Cantor Jeff Klepper - April 26-27
Save the date for the Sing-A-Long of the Century! - A spirited celebration of Cantor Jeff Klepper's 18 years of musical contribution to Temple Sinai. Get Tickets / Read More
Temple Sinai Event Expo 2019 - May 5th, 11am-2pm
Are you planning a party? Let Temple Sinai's Event Expo 2019 make it easier! We'll have DJs, caterers, photographers and planners on site. Read More
Holocaust Memorial Garden Engraved Brick
Support the temple and purchase an engraved brick to be added to the Memorial Garden. Read More
We are Proud to be a Ruderman Grant Recipient
Temple Sinai was recently awarded a $5,000 grant from The Ruderman Synagogue Inclusion Project at CJP to support our on-going efforts to provide opportunities for everyone to feel welcome and valued. To learn more or get involved in the project, contact Sandy Slavet.
Join us for our next learning opportunity on Sunday, March 3rd from 9:15-10:45 a.m. Destigmitizing Mental Illness presentation and Q & A session. Click here for more details.