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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.
Torah from Sinai
- Friday, February 2, 2024 / 23 Shevet 5784As you know, I usually write my own thoughts about the weekly Torah portion in each week’s email. Occasionally, I share an article or comments from other folks if I feel they are particularly insightful…as I did last week. And here again this week I feel compelled to share. These comments by Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, z”l, are just too essential, too relevant, too good to keep to myself without sharing with you. He succinctly explains the most foundational understanding of Judaism. Its message seems especially relevant as a model for helping our polarized society through what will likely be a contentious election year.
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.