Please note that all events at Temple Sinai are operating with masks that cover the nose, mouth and chin (face shields are not a substitute) for everyone over the age of 2.
If you are attending Temple Sinai events/services simply show your proof of full COVID-19 vaccination, or evidence of a recent negative COVID-19 test (taken within 72 hours of the service/event) to our ushers or those in charge of an event. To expedite your entry, our members and guests can bring their original vaccination card, an image of the card, use the CLEAR Health Pass or Apple Wallet to verify vaccination and test result records.
The Hebrew word for Sabbath, Shabbat is observed as a day of rest, joy, and holiness. Shabbat is the only sacred day in Judaism that occurs every week and is the only ritual prescribed by the ten commandments. Celebrate Shabbat by attending services at Temple Sinai!
|Shabbat||Fridays||7:00pm - In person, Live Stream, and Facebook Live.|
|Shabbat||Saturdays||10:00am - In person, Live Stream, and Facebook Live.|
|Torah Study||Saturdays||9:00am Zoom Meeting Zoom Link and in person.|
|Friday Night Live||
Every First Friday
|A lively program of family Jewish education and connection geared toward elementary aged families that includes a light snack and mingle at 6:30pm Rabbi Cohen hosts at 7:00pm, except summer months (June, July, August).|
|Family Shabbat||Every Third Friday||On the third Friday at 6:00pm of every month, Rabbi Cohen and Cantorial Soloist Heather Klein host a participatory, musical service specially designed for families with children ages 0 to 4th grade. Traditional service follows at 7:00pm except summer months (June, July, August).|
Join us Live Stream for these additional services throughout the year:
* All services are followed by an Oneg Shabbat reception.