Sinai Streamed

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 receive notifications whenever we go live. This way you and your family will not miss a thing! You may also consider downloading the YouTube app on your phone. In need of technological assistance? Contact

In addition to the schedule noted below, we will pepper in other pre-recorded content throughout the week. Keep an eye on our Facebook page for updates and additional links.

Below is our programming schedule, updated weekly. Unless otherwise noted, classes/services are streamed live on YouTube.

Watch on YouTube

For our out-of-town friends (those living further than 30 miles from Sinai temple) who have been enjoying our Virtual Programming, we are excited to announce our new Virtual Friends of Sinai Temple subscription as a special way to participate in our community. Click below to learn more and join us now!

Learn More about virtual Friends of Sinai temple



7:30 a.m. Virtual Daily Minyan
12:00 p.m. Book Club: The Beauty of Your Face (and Author Discussion); click HERE to register
5:45 p.m. Virtual Daily Minyan


7:30 a.m. Virtual Daily Minyan
5:45 p.m. Virtual Kabbalat Shabbat Service


9:00 a.m. Virtual Shabbat Morning Service
9:00 a.m. Torah at the Table; this will be facilitated by lay leaders and will end by 10:30 a.m.
6:30 p.m. Evening Minyan and Havdalah
7:00 p.m. Hasidut with Rabbi Rotenberg


8:30 a.m. Virtual Sunday Morning Minyan
5:45 p.m. Virtual Daily Minyan