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Rock Wednesdays! Israeli Folk Dance-a-Thon
Help us donate funds to support displaced families in Israel.
Thriving with Anxiety With Dr. David Rosmarin, PhD
The Sinai Temple Mental Health Center welcomes Dr. Rosmarin, who will present lessons from his book, Thriving with Anxiety, in which he presents nine easy-to-follow strategies and demonstrates how readers can harness the power of anxiety to learn about themselves, deepen their relationships with others, and achieve their deepest goals and dreams.
For further information, contact Carolyn Hoffman, LCSW, the Director of the Mental Health Center at (310)481-3209 or [email protected]
David H. Rosmarin, PhD, is the founder of Center for Anxiety (New York, Boston, Princeton), an associate professor at Harvard Medical School, and director of the McLean Hospital Spirituality & Mental Health Program. He is a clinical innovator in the treatment of anxiety, a board-certified clinical psychologist, and a peer-reviewed scholar. Dr. Rosmarin has helped thousands of patients and organizations learn how to live happier and more productive lives. For over two decades, he has taught people to overcome the stigmas associated with anxiety by embracing all of our human emotions to learn from them and thrive.
Dr. Rosmarin studies the relevance of spirituality to mental health, and he innovates methods for clinicians to address this area of life. He has published over 100 manuscripts, editorials, and chapters, and served as co-editor of the Handbook of Spirituality, Religion and Mental Health. Dr. Rosmarin’s work is regularly featured by the media and has appeared in CNN, NPR, Scientific American, the Boston Globe, the Wall Street Journal, and the New York Times.
Come to Dreidelmania!
Join us as we try to break the world record for most dreidels being spun at the same time!
The current record is 734. Do you think we can get to 735? We do, and we’d love for you to join us! Pizza, donuts, and specialty drinks will be available for purchase.
The 2023 Hanukkah Festival with Sinai Live!
Come join us for a festive Hanukkah Celebration, filled with menorah lighting, delicious dinner, lively music, and joyful community spirit!
Rabbi Sherman's Mitzvah a Month
Please join Rabbi Sherman for a discussion focused on the topic, “Hannukah Candles: Is It Really a Mitzvah?”
The Ted (z”l) & Hedy (z”l) Orden and Family Friday Night Live in December!
Special Theme: Hanukkah and Israel
During this Friday Night Live, we will be celebrating Hanukkah and Israel throughout services and dinner. We will hear from a JNF-USA speaker, nosh on some Sufganiyot and Israeli food, and sing holiday-themed songs! We hope to see you there.
Rabbi Gavriella Kornsgold's Installation Lunch
Join us for a special catered lunch just after Rabbi Kornsgold’s Installation. The Installation Ceremony will take place at 10:45 a.m., during Shabbat Services in Ziegler Sanctuary.
Plus: Please bring canned goods for us to donate in honor of Rabbi Kornsgold! We will be accepting cans until and at this lunch. Cans can be brought to Joann Rodriguez in the Temple’s Main Offices.
The last day to re gister for this event is Tuesday, December 5th at 5:00 p.m. We will not be taking walk-ups. This event is sponsored by the Sinai Temple Membership Committee.
Atid Trivia Night
Come join us for trivia night with latkes and sufganiyot! Bring a group or make some new friends!
Come Pack Fruit with the Social Action Committee!
Join Sinai Temple’s Social Action Committee as we give back to those in need at the Church of the Good Shepherd.
During this time, we will participate in the program, Feed My Poor, in which we will bag fruits and create hygiene packets. in turn, the Church of the Good Shepherd will take these bags to help feed people around Los Angeles who would not otherwise get meals.
Save the dates: January 11, February 22, March 14, April 11, May 9, and June 27.
Interested? Please sign up HERE.
The 10/100 Program consists of six simple movements designed to grow your brain (neuroplasticity), improve your balance (proprioception) and strengthen your immune system. Group Classes are FREE! Wednesdays from 9:30 -10:30 a.m. VIA ZOOM!
Friday, December 1 – 18th of Kislev
4:26 p.m. Candle Lighting Time
5:45 p.m. Kabbalat Shabbat Service
Also available to watch on YouTube
Saturday, December 2 – 19th of Kislev
9:00 a.m. Shabbat Services in Ziegler Sanctuary
Sermon at 11:00 am
9:00 p.m. Evening Minyan (online only)
(All Shabbat Services available live at youtube.com/SinaiTemplePresents)
This Week's Torah Portion
Upcoming Holiday December 7: Chanukah Begins