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Sinai Temple High Holy Day services are open to Sinai Temple members. All service attendees must have tickets in order to be admitted into the building. Interested in membership? Click Here for more information.

High Holy Days at Sinai Temple Sisterhood Honey & Greeting Card Sales – Support Sisterhood and send a beautifully wrapped gift of honey to friends and family. Click here to order. You may also purchase a listing in the annual Sisterhood greeting card, available to all members during High Holy Days. Click here to be included in this year’s printed piece.

Men’s Club High Holy Day Food Drive – Join Men’s Club for its annual holiday food drive. Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles { SOVA depends on our donations to meet the ongoing hunger crisis across Los Angeles. Donations directly benefit the nearly 9,000 people who visit SOVA pantries each month. Bags will be available on Rosh Hashanah, and collected at specific times at the Holmby Avenue loading dock. Click here to view the details.

High Holy Day Torah ReadingsView online here.

Joy & Jerry Monkarsh Family Erev Rosh Hashanah Live  – A musical celebration of What if?, open to members and non-members, free of charge. Learn more here.

Learn more about the High Holy Days by exploring our Cultural Rituals. Click here to explore.

Service Guide & ScheduleClick here to view.

Reserved High Holy Day Parking – Just 15 spots available. Interested? Contact Judy Begin at (310) 481-3222 or jbegin@sinaitemple.org.

Luvav & Etrog Sale – Order now through September 7. Learn more here and click here to place your order.

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Rabbi David Wolpe

Rabbi David Wolpe


Named the most influential Rabbi in America by Newsweek Magazine and one of the 50 most influential Jews in the world by the Jerusalem Post, David Wolpe is the Rabbi of Sinai Temple in Los Angeles, California.

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Re'eh - The Struggle Over the Souls of Israel
 

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This Shabbat

Friday, August 17 – 6 Elul 5778
7:18 pm Candle Lighting Time

Saturday, August 18 – 7 Elul 5778
8:45 am Shabbat Services in Ziegler Sanctuary

  • Sermon: Rabbi David Wolpe
  • Cantor: Cantor Marcus Feldman

9:30 am Torah in the Round

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