Welcome to Temple Sinai

Your Contemporary Conservative Synagogue

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About Temple Sinai

We’re a warm and welcoming congregation where your voice is heard and your presence makes a difference. Celebrate Judaism with traditional, egalitarian services, family, food and fun, as you engage in in meaningful social action and adult education activities. You’ll enjoy a fulfilling spiritual and social life at Temple Sinai!

What’s Happening at Temple Sinai

A Modern “Song of Songs”: a 4 part series

Explore great Jewish cultural themes through Israeli Rock & Roll.

Free for Temple Sinai members. $5 per session for the community.

Current Events

Torah from Sinai

  • Friday, May 17, 2024 / 9 Iyar 5784
    This week’s Torah portion, Emor, reviews the details of all the major Jewish holidays: Pesach, Shavuot, Sukkot, Rosh HaShana, and Yom Kippur. While each has its importance and relevance for our lives, and each adds meaning and depth to our existence in its own way, on only one of these holidays are we specifically commanded to be happy. Presumably, our axiomatic pursuit of happiness in life is an ongoing and constant goal. Buddhists say that our wanting happiness is one of the “Four Noble Truths”, that is, a fundamental condition of our lives. Yet, of all these major Jewish holidays, the Torah mentions happiness only in connection with the holiday of Sukkot.

Service Times

Friday – 6pm

Saturday – 9:30am

Saturday – 9am & 7pm 

Monday – 7:30am & 7pm

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday* – 7:30am & 7pm

*Tuesday-Thursday minyans Held at Congregation Shirat Hayam, Swampscott


Identity, friendship, spirituality and bonding are the hallmarks of Temple Sinai’s Sisterhood.



Our Brotherhood fosters fellowship throughout the congregation and the greater North Shore with a book club and a variety of programs.