Menu   

Posts by Sinai Temple

Thumbnail

Chai Society


The Chai Society of Sinai Temple is open to anyone 55 years of age or older. We are the official Shabbat greeters and we meet monthly on the Tuesday evening prior to the last Shabbat of each month. At our meetings we have enjoyed speakers on various topics such as medical issues, ethical wills, and reports from our members on interesting trips they have taken. This year we heard from Cantor Marcus Feldman, Merrill Shindler, a restauranteur, Aaron Cohen, Aryel Cohen’s father, and participated in chair dancing with Adele Stogel. With the library, we co-sponsor presentations by various authors. In…

Read this post

Thumbnail

Social Action


Sinai Temple’s Social Action Committee creates innovative opportunities for the Sinai Temple community to give back. This pioneering group plans speakers around social action initiatives, increasing awareness about ways to give back. The Sinai Temple community participates in the annual Jewish World Watch Walk, fighting against genocide one footstep at a time. At Hanukkah time, many Sinai Temple families become Hanukkah Angels, adopting a family in need and ensuring that children receive Hanukkah gifts. Join Our Campaign &: MARK IT WITH A MITZVAH! Honoring Simchas Through Good Deeds What do YOU celebrate and how do you celebrate it? Commemorate events…

Read this post

Thumbnail

Membership


JOIN SINAI TEMPLE MEN’S CLUB By becoming a member of Sinai Temple Men’s Club you will be part of a fellowship which prays, learns, laughs and works together, thereby strengthening not only our community but simultaneously enriching our personal and professional lives. Membership is open to all, regardless of Temple membership and gender. To become a member, please follow the link. Apply for Membership  

Read this post

Thumbnail

Volunteer


MENTORSHIP PROGRAM Men’s Club is launching a new mentorship program in our community. Volunteer to become a mentor using the form below.

Read this post

Thumbnail

Men’s Club


WHERE JEWISH VALUES COME TO LIFE Men’s Club provides a unique and warm environment in which our members meet for programs, work together and simply have an enjoyable time with others who share Jewish values, a commitment to Israel and a desire to lead and give back to the community. We have regularly scheduled meetings, usually the first Tuesday of every month, where we bring extraordinary and engaging speakers to talk about Jewish values, the State of Israel, health, self-improvement, spirituality and leadership. The meetings typically begin with a free, light dinner, followed by a chance to mingle with other…

Read this post

Thumbnail

Sisterhood Judaica Shop


WE’VE MISSED YOU! Sisterhood’s Judaica shop is NOW OPEN by advance appointment. We have a selection of tallitot, kippot, tefillin (with advance order), and so much more! We hope to be back with regular hours by the Fall. All proceeds help support and schools and synagogue. For appointments, please contact Lisa Pompan at 310.498.8987. Thank you and look forward to seeing you soon!

Read this post

Thumbnail

Sisterhood


Sisterhood is here for our community, with the goal of embracing, engaging and educating women of all ages. Together, we strive to do this, and to support our synagogue and the greater community.  Please join us! -Marcy Melton, Sisterhood President LEARN ABOUT SISTERHOOD OUR MISSION STATEMENT Sisterhood empowers a diverse group of women of varying ages to observe and promote Jewish values and traditions, enjoying warmth and friendship in the process. While enriching our lives through our many activities, we support Sinai Temple, Conservative Judaism and the greater community through our social action programs and fundraising efforts. We value the…

Read this post

Thumbnail

Dor Chadash


Dor Chadash is Sinai Temple’s warm and welcoming community for families with young children (ages 0-6). Together, families engage in social, cultural and spiritual activities that build upon and enrich Jewish identity. Through programming, Dor Chadash teaches acceptance of others, encourages acts of kindness and tzedakah and helps children learn through play. We focus on creating personal connections with clergy, engagement and excitement about the holidays and fun opportunities for families to enjoy Jewish life together. Click below for Dor Chadash’s upcoming Shabbat programs: HOLIDAY PROGRAMMING Our exciting holiday events include Shofar Blast (High Holiday services for young children), Hanukkah Party,…

Read this post

Thumbnail

Teen Center Leadership


Who better to run the Sinai Temple Teen Center then, well… Sinai Temple teens? Exactly! The Teen Center is run by the Teen Center Leadership Council, an awe-inspiring group of teenagers. You can read a little bit about each of them below and what they do on board. Of course, there are also some adults involved. Matt Baram is the Teen Center Director. He’s a social media wiz, plays guitar, enjoys long walks on the beach, etc etc. Then there’s Emily Dusedau, she’s our Teen Coordinator, and when she isn’t posting Instagrams of her cat, she’s helping to ensure that…

Read this post

Thumbnail

About the Teen Center


The Teen Center trains and prepares the Jewish leaders of tomorrow, while building a vibrant and social teen Jewish community. Through leadership boards and skill building, social programs, speakers, advocacy, social action, religious engagement, education, event planning, and new friendships galore we instill in our teens a love for synagogue, community and Israel, the foundation for a strong Jewish identity, and the skills to lead the next generation. We are also an active participant and chapter in the Far West region of United Synagogue Youth. Yep, we’re pretty amazeballs! Follow us on Facebook  THE THREE FACES OF THE TEEN CENTER…

Read this post