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Get to Know Us!

As a congregation of about 1,000 households, we are large enough to serve you with dynamic services and programming but small enough to know you and foster a real sense of community.

Our clergy lead services, teach classes, provide pastoral counseling, visit the sick and officiate at lifecycle events. Our many social action programs reflect our deep commitment to Tikkun Olam, the "repair of the world". We are also a caring community that reaches out to each other in times of celebration and sadness.

We invite you to join us. Our members are Jews by birth, Jews by choice, interfaith families, and those wishing to learn more about Judaism. Our congregation includes singles and families of all configurations. We welcome all cultural backgrounds, ethnic heritages and sexual orientations. We strive to be an accessible congregation – welcoming those with physical and learning disabilities. We welcome all people on their Jewish Journey.


Temple Sinai's Shema and V'ahavta

Thu, May 23 2024 15 Iyar 5784