A MESSAGE FROM THE TEMPLE PRESIDENT
Thank you for joining us for meaningful Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services. Despite having thousands of people in our synagogue, it could not have felt like a warmer, more intimate community, bound together by a profound commitment to Jewish life. If you were able to join us for services, on behalf of the clergy, board and staff, thank you. If you were unable to join us in person, please know that your Sinai family was with you in spirit. We hope to see you throughout the year.
If you did not have an opportunity to participate in our Annual Appeal, held on Yom Kippur and led by inspiring Sinai Temple Religious School alumnus, Ezra Frech, there is still an opportunity to donate and support the spiritual community we continually seek to cultivate and strengthen. A few of Ezra’s words can be found below…
“Stars can’t shine without darkness… And behind all my challenges, all the hardships – I see God, giving me these gifts, these opportunities to better myself.
And my spiritual foundation comes from Sinai.”
For those who have not yet made a financial pledge to the Appeal, we encourage you to click below, via which you can make a gift. Alternatively, you can always mail a check (made out to “Sinai Temple”) with a note that reads “Annual Appeal.” Every dollar counts and enhances the “spiritual foundation” of our future generation.
For more information about the Annual Appeal and to make a pledge, please contact Rachel-Ann Levy at (310) 481-3256 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you generously pledged on Yom Kippur, we thank you immensely. You will be mailed a letter shortly regarding the payment process.
To the entire Sinai family, as we enter 5779, I would like to personally thank you, from the bottom of my heart, for your contributions to the fabric of our community. I look forward to working together in the new year to maintain the warm, caring and inclusive community that is Sinai Temple.
Please HERE and join me in this work.
G’mar Chatimah Tovah,
Angela Maddahi, Temple President