Story telling is a part of our Jewish tradition - it connects us with each other and with our shared history, and binds us together for the future. "Sinai Stories"…
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The observance of Shabbat at Temple Sinai is a central focus of our congregational life. We strive to offer our members a variety of worship experiences and Shabbat programs. We…
An opportunity to fulfill holiday wishes and this Shabbat, we'll hear from Rabbi Fred N. Reiner about spending the 75th anniversary of Kristallnacht in Berlin and then celebrate the recent marriage of Rabbi Jessica Oleon Kirschner and Ross Kirschner with a festive Oneg Shabbat. Sign up to receive emails from Temple Sinai.
Read more about what's going on in our community in December, including a educational opportunities for all ages, another Sinai Story, and more.
It's easy! Just bring a warm smile to greet everyone as they enter Temple Sinai for Shabbat services. Take a turn and bring a friend.
The Temple Sinai office will be opening with a 2-hour delay, at 11am. The building will be open at that time, until the last scheduled program this evening.
Daytimers WILL NOT be held today; it will be rescheduled for a day with better road conditions.
The Temple Sinai Nursery School is closed today, per their inclement weather policy.
For emergencies, please call either Rabbi Roos at (732) 284-9423 or Executive Director Ellen Agler at (240) 743-8072.
The mission of Temple Sinai is to be a center for those who seek to develop and enhance their Jewish identity through worship of God, ritual life, education, social action, concern for Israel and communal involvement with an emphasis on the enduring Jewish values expressed by the Reform movement.
Temple Sinai is a congregation where members feel a strong sense of Jewish community; enjoy a personal connection with the temple and their clergy; are intellectually and spiritually engaged; are inspired, stimulated and challenged by the Reform Jewish tradition; and are building a strong foundation for the future.
We welcome children and adults with disabilities and their families. We strive to ensure our programs and facilities are accessible to all and to accommodate any special needs. If you have questions or concerns regarding access or participation please call the office at (202) 363-6394.
www.templesinaidc.org 3100 Miltary Rd NW Washington DC 20015 P: (202) 363-6394 F: (202) 363-6396
6:00 PM Prozdor (appetizers) 6:30 PM Shabbat Service w/ Rabbi Oleon Kirschner followed by Oneg Shabbat
9:15 AM Torah Study w/ Rabbi Oleon Kirschner 10:30 AM Ruach Shabbat Service w/ Rabbi Goldstein10:30 AM Shabbat Service - B'not Mitzvah of Julia Rubin & Rosalie Broun Siegel