Shalom & Welcome
Temple Sinai is our spiritual home; a place to study, worship and assemble. The essence of our synagogue is to welcome and bring together diverse individuals to learn and pray together - to be unified as Reform Jews. Our size and diversity have become resources that contribute to our strength. In order to sustain our caring Temple family and Jewish community, our professional and lay leadership have collectively recognized their responsibilities as educators and role models, to reach and teach our Temple membership. We are always defining, refining, and revising our priorities in light of our larger mission to meet the individual and collective religious, spiritual and emotional needs of the congregation.
Our obligation is to deepen the body of Jewish knowledge and religious commitment of our members of all ages by fostering the study of Jewish texts and tradition so as to help them make informed personal choices in developing and expressing their Jewish identities. We strive to provide support, loving kindness, and caring concern to our congregants. We also hope to enrich and increase participation in personal and communal worship and to enhance and broaden the Jewish content of each member's daily life.
Since 1948, Temple Sinai has carried out the vision of its founders: to be a warm and caring Jewish community dedicated to perpetuating Reform Judaism and meaningful Jewish expression. At the same time, we are constantly exploring alternative modes of worship to enrich our spiritual and intellectual experiences. Throughout the years, young and old alike have entered the doors of our sanctuary to pray together, learn together, and share both happy and sad occasions with their Temple family. Our collective social conscience mandates that we participate in, and seek to improve, the life of our people, our community, our country, Israel and beyond. Here in at Temple Sinai, we have created a thriving and meaningful Jewish "community" in the true sense of the word. We are truly proud of who we are: Temple Sinai, where every heart has a home. We hope you'll join us.