• Welcome To Temple Sinai of Roslyn

    Where every heart has a home. 

  • Distinguished Lecturer Series

    Temple Sinai has a rich history of bringing world renowned speakers to our congregation, such as former President Bill Clinton.

  • Sinai In The City

    Our unique young adult group does some community service by cleaning up a Manhattan park.

  • In Our Community

    Temple Sinai's spirit goes beyond our walls. We celebrate Tashlich at the Gerry Pond Park in Roslyn.

  • Our Celebrations

    Temple Sinai is a place for every holiday celebration. Simchat Torah is always a favorite!

  • Our Nursery School

    Temple Sinai's Nursery School students love to learn and explore!

Shalom & Welcome

We are delighted to welcome you to Temple Sinai of Roslyn. Temple Sinai is an inclusive Reform congregation that offers a warm welcome and nurturing home to all who seek a meaningful and enduring connection to Judaism. We welcome Jews from all backgrounds, striving to serve the needs of families and singles, Jews of all races, cultures and sexual orientations, as well as Jews-by-choice and interfaith families. Temple Sinai is a vibrant community with a wide variety of spiritual, educational and social programs. We encourage you to explore all that our web site and our community have to offer.

   Temple Sinai Clergy
(From left to right) Cantors Sergei & Elena Schwartz, Rabbi Michael White, Rabbi Alex Kress

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NOTE: Sunday, February 10 at 2:00pm - Health Forum -Rescheduled - See March 24 below 

Monday, February 11 at 7:00pm or Tuesday, February 12 - rescheduled to February 26 - at 9:30am - Adult Ed with Rabbi White - Judaism's Big Ideas

Tuesday, February 26 at 7:30pm - Behind the Scenes of From Shtetl to Stage: A Celebration of Yiddish Music and Culture wth Seth Rogovoy

Tuesday, February 26 at 8:00pm - Adult Ed with Rabbi Kress - Is Judaism God - Optional?

Wednesday, February 27 at 10:00am -Adult Ed with Rabbi Kress - Reclaiming the Talmud

Sunday, March 3rd at 2:00pm - Shards: Putting the Pieces Together with Cantor Evan Kent

Saturday, March 16 at 6:45pm - PURIM CASINO NIGHT - See details.

Sunday, March 24 at 10:00am - 12:00pm - PURIM Carnival - See details

Sunday, March 24 at 2:00pm - Health Forum

Thursday, March 28 at 7:30pm - Gateway to the Moon with Mary Morris

Sunday, March 31 at 4:00pm - Light Classical JAZZ Concert with the Vlad Zaslavsky Jazz Trio


Sunday, May 5 at 9:00am - 12:00pm - MITZVAH Morning

Ongoing Events

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Shabbat Service - Friday Nights at 6:45pm

Shabbat AM/Minyan and Torah Study - Saturdays at 9:00am 

Temple Sinai Jewish Community Choir - Tuesday evenings at 7:30pm

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Join Temple Sinai of Roslyn on an Israel tour, led by Rabbi Michael White, Exploring Israeli Challenges & Innovations - July 9-19, 2019

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From Rabbi White's Study


 Come into your sanctuary. Shake off the cold. Be warmed by our pillar of fire.

This season we read the Torah’s description of the construction of our first sanctuary, the sacred space during our ancestors’ desert journey, a description that anticipates the special, elevated, sacred community that gathers in our own sanctuary each Shabbat and holy day. 

The Torah teaches: The cloud of the Eternal One was upon the Sanctuary by day, and a pillar of fire was on it by night. (Ex. 40:38)

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From Rabbi Kress' Study


It’s What’s Inside That Counts 

The Talmud tells the story about the daughter of the Roman emperor and Rabbi Yehoshua ben Hananya. “What a shame for glorious wisdom such as yours to be contained in such an ugly vessel,” she tells him. Without missing a beat, the Rabbi asks, “Does your father keep his wine in simple clay vessels?” The emperor’s daughter thought for a moment, and said, “Of course! What else would he keep it in?” The beguiling Rabbi said, “You, who are so important, should put your wine in vessels of gold and silver. The emperor’s daughter relayed this to her father, who put every last drop of his vast wine cellar into beautiful gold and silver vessels. 

Any wine drinkers will know what happened next: it spoiled.

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From the President's Desk 


Richard Evans

A New Chapter 

The Year was 2000. We were living at 53 Peachtree Lane, and it was the first year that our son, Jordan, was going to summer day camp. He would be turning three in September. We wanted him to go to camp at Temple Sinai, where he would be starting nursery school, but there was a problem - the camp was full. 

Luckily, we lived across the street from the President of Temple Sinai, Steve Goodman. Steve lived at 42 Peachtree Lane, which was the biggest and the nicest house on the block. He was able to pull some strings for us and get Jordan into the camp that summer. After that, we became members of Temple Sinai.

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From Our Nursery School


Debbie Neuschatz

Looking Back at the Festival of Lights

Chanukah is always a very special time at Temple Sinai Nursery School. The children learn about the miracle through stories and songs and puppetry. They eat potato latkes and applesauce, generously donated by Friend of a Friend. Each class celebrates at a festive party, which is organized by the class parents. The Chanukiah lights are lit as we count together the eight days of Chanukah. The children in the 3’s and Pre-K classes make their own menorahs.

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For Nursery School Information and Registration, click here.

  From Our Religious School


Do Not Separate Yourself From the Community

The notion of Klal Israel, of caring for one another and belonging to a kehillah, surfaces clearly in the Purim story. Purim is the most festive holiday of the Jewish calendar. It marks the celebration of an ancient history – when Queen Esther, a Jewish woman, a stranger to court intrigues, with no political power and no experience, simply saw, understood, and took action. She found the courage to risk her life to save the Jewish people from an evil advisor who plotted to destroy the Jews of Shushan.

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Teen Talk


In January, I had the good fortune and pleasure to take two of our teens to Washington D.C. to participate in the L’Taken Seminar. The L’Taken seminar is hosted by the URJ’s Religious Action Center. Every seminar addresses 10-12 different issue areas in a variety of interactive formats. These issues, ranging from Gun Violence Provention to Global Health, from Israel to environmental and economic justice, are selected based on both the current legislative agenda and issues of primary concern to the Reform Movement, such as Israel’s security and well-being.

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