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Honoring Rabbi Shapiro

Rabbi Shapiro: A Look Back
Read Rabbi's Installation Sermon from April, 1989.
Watch three congregants interview our Rabbi as he prepares to become our Rabbi Emeritus.

Religious School Honored Rabbi Shapiro
May 20
See the video of the closing song from Shabbat Service honoring Rabbi Shapiro's retirement.

Special Shabbat Service
June 10
Photos and Video from the service

Gala Celebration
June 18
See photos from the event taken by Michael Gordon and Joel Solomon
View videos--

From the Podium, Part 1

From the Podium, Part 2

Well Wishers
Read President Bruce Leshine's Remarks

Rabbi's Last Friday Service
June 24
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Final Shabbat Sermon

Rabbi's "Exit Interview"

This Summer At Sinai
Services during July and August are at 7:30 p.m.
Torah study meets at 9:00 a.m. each Saturday.
No Saturday morning services this summer

Tikkun Olam:

We're building a house!
To learn more… to get involved...
follow this link.

Photo Album:

Introducing Rabbi Kosovske

Rabbi's First Service
July 8 at 7:30 PM
Come join us for Rabbi Kosovske's very first Shabbat Service at Sinai.
He will also lead summer services on July 29, August 19, and August 26. All other services will be led by our congregants.

Rabbi Kosovske Wants To Meet You
You are invited for coffee at the home of a congregant to meet our new Rabbi.  Available dates are Thursday, August 11; Wednesday, August 24; Tuesday, September 13; & Wednesday, September 14 from 7:30 to 9 p.m.   If you’d like to attend a coffee or host a coffee, please contact Laurie Weinberg by email at
OR call the Temple office: 736-3619

Current Happenings:

Take Back Your Time... Rediscover Shabbat:

Rabbinic Selection:
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Our Mission Statement
Sinai Temple is a welcoming and inclusive Reform Congregation where our members pursue a continuing journey of Jewish growth. We are guided by the history and tradition of the Jewish people as we encounter the challenges of the modern world. We encourage participation in prayer, life-long Jewish learning, and social justice within a joyful, creative, and compassionate community.

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