Sinai Temple High Holy Day services are available to Sinai Temple members. All services attendees must have tickets in order to be admitted into the building. Interested in membership? Click HERE for more information.
|Book of Remembrance – Remember loved ones during Yom Kippur Yizkor by including their names in this year’s Book of Remembrance. The deadline to submit names (along with payment) is August 16. For more information, please contact Judy Begin at (310) 481-3222 or email@example.com.
Sisterhood Honey Sales – Support Sisterhood and send a beautifully wrapped gift of honey to friends and family. Click HERE to order.
High Holy Day Torah Readings – View online HERE.
Learn more about the High Holy Days by exploring our Cultural Rituals. Click HERE to explore.
Service Guide & Schedule – Click HERE to view.
Reserved High Holy Day Parking – Just 15 spots available at $2,000 each. Interested? Contact Judy Begin at (310) 481-3222 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Luvav & Etrog Sales – Order now through September 27. More information coming soon.
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