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Siddurim


Siddurim Follow along with us!   Friday Night Service Siddur Saturday Morning Service Siddur Torah/Haftarah Reading, 6/6/20: Naso Non-Shabbat Morning Service Siddur Non-Shabbat Afternoon/Evening Service Siddur

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Sinai Streamed Schedule


Sinai Streamed: Connecting Virtually & Spiritually While we may not be able to be together physically, we can still gather virtually as a community for prayer, programming and Jewish learning. Until further notice, all Sinai Temple programming has transitioned online. Please join us for ongoing virtual programming, the majority of which is accessible via Sinai Temple’s YouTube channel. In order to receive the latest content, don’t forget to “subscribe” to Sinai Temple’s channel and “like” our Facebook page. Subscribe to YouTube Channel On our YouTube channel, please be sure to “tap” the bell icon in the upper right corner to…

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Sinai Temple’s Evolving Response to COVID-19


As our community continues to learn more about the COVID-19 pandemic and adapt accordingly, Sinai Temple remains your spiritual home for community, worship and Jewish learning. Despite the physical distance this virus has placed between us, our clergy and staff are dedicated to ensuring you remain connected, spiritually fulfilled and taken care of. Sinai Temple has worked extremely hard (very quickly) to transition all services, classes and programs online via Sinai Streamed. Our daily minyan schedule can be found HERE. Until further notice, all content will remain virtual. More information about virtual programming can be found on our homepage and online calendar. In…

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Schedule


Student Programming During the High Holy Days, specially designed programming is available for students ages 3 – 18. All student activities end at the conclusion of adult services. Parents must immediately pick up their children (age 3 – 6th grade) at their program locations. Every child must have a ticket. Age 3 – 2nd Grade We welcome our youngest students to the Douglas Family ECC on G level, where they will enjoy music and activities led by staff. All children must be potty-trained. 3rd – 6th Grade Students are immersed in educational stations, arts and crafts, meaningful activities, and age-appropriate…

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High Holy Days


Thank you for joining us for 5780 High Holy Days! Click below to explore the full length Ziegler Sanctuary Rosh Hashanah, Kol Nidre and Yom Kippur services, led by Rabbi David Wolpe, Cantor Marcus Feldman and accompanied by Organist/Choir Director Aryell Cohen. Rosh Hashanah Service: September 30, 2019 Kol Nidre Service: October 8, 2019 Yom Kippur Services (all day): October 9, 2019 A GUIDE THE HIGH HOLY DAYS RUTH & ALLEN ZIEGLER SANCTUARY AND ZIEGLER HALL/STAGE Pouran & Parviz Nazarian First Floor Rabbi David Wolpe | Cantor Marcus Feldman | Aryell Cohen and Choir Continuing the traditions of Sinai Temple…

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Yahrzeit Names For This Shabbat


June 6-12; 14-20 Sivan Samuel and Reghina Adler Yousef Barcohana Ida Bayer Lillian Black Irene Brenda Mitchell Climan Yhetta Corne Sol Eisner Bella Filler Saiid Forouzan Rad Harry Fox Esther Freedman Mark Garfunkel Arlene Gewant Solomon Gilardian Nathan N. Gold Sidney Goldberger Jeffrey Granirer William Green Tova Guitelle Dershowitz Sonia Haas Khanbaba Hakim Rose Hakim Lottie Harris Rachel S. Harris Theodore Harwood Merle D. Held Bernice Horowitz Maliheh Y. Kamrava Nathan Lavene Sarah Leibenbaum Mollye Levin Ann Levy Ezra Levy Susi Lewinsky Anna Licker Henry Melamed Sonia Meschures Celia Moston Aaron Nach Aviva Nazarian Fanny Newman Aurelia Ordentlich Efraim Ordentlich…

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A Young Democrat’s Perspective At Policy Conference 2018


By Elizabeth Cushnir, 9th Grade I went into AIPAC not knowing what to expect. I knew I would be one of the more liberal teens in our delegation, and I also thought I might also be one of the more liberal people attending. While I consider myself very liberal, I love Israel. However, I also believe that Israel, like all countries, is not perfect. I went into my AIPAC experience hopeful, but also a little nervous. Would it be super biased? Would I feel singled out for being more liberal? Would I be called anti-Israel (as I have been called…

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My Very First AIPAC


By Aaron Benyamini, 9th grade The American Israel Public Affairs Committee’s (AIPAC) Policy Conference  is a yearly event that attracts people from all different backgrounds for one cause — Israel. Being a teen, Policy Conference surprised me in many different ways. Most adults and teens I have talked to see this event to be political event. I view it differently. I see it as a tremendous amount of different kinds of people — Jews, Muslims, Christians, people of color, Republicans, Democrats, anyone —  coming from all around the world to support one cause. It is beautiful and very rare to…

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