Follow Us On

facebooktwitter

Home


 
msgfromourrabbislogo_new

This week's Torah portion contains what is perhaps the most important event in our sacred narrative: the receiving of the Torah on Mount Sinai. Yet, in order to reach this dramatic scene, we must first meet a new character: Jethro. This man, for whom this parasha is named, is described both as Moses' father-in-law and as a priest of Midian. His dual identity is important because it signifies that he is simultaneously an insider and an outsider of the Israelite community. The fact that this man, who arrives rather abruptly on the scene, is the one to introduce the seminal event in the Torah begs explanation.

Read Rabbi Elana Perry's complete message here.

Sign up to receive our weekly e-blasts.


 

Family Purim Celebration

Sunday, March 1
10:15 am
: Family Megillah Reading, Sanctuary

11:00 am - 1:00 pm
: Carnival, Everywhere

*Regular Religious School at 9:30 am, followed by the Family Megillah reading. Students will be dismissed to parents at 11:00 am to join the carnival.

Hamantaschen! Bouncies! Cookie Walk! Kiddie Games! Games for older kids! DJ Steve Bond! Costume Parade! Face Painting!

Admission: $8 for each child & FREE for children 2 and under.
Lunch tickets available separately.
Purchase admission & food tickets
HERE in advance to avoid the lines.

Purim Carnival Volunteers Needed: Sign up here for a 45 minute shift. Seated jobs available. It’s simple, fun, and we need your help!

Our cookie walk needs cookies: Please bake or bring cookies pre-bagged (no nuts) in sandwich bags anytime beginning Monday, February 23.


 
This Week at Temple Sinai

View our full calendar.
Read the
February D'var and March D'var.
Get Involved with our Sinai Connects.


Coming Up

Sinai Retirees at the AJFF - The Outrageous Sophie Tucker. Wednesday, February 18, 1:45 pm, at Lefont Theaters. Take a trip down memory lane with this documentary about “The last of the Red Hot Mamas.” Tickets are $9. Contact Judy Thomas at 404.252.3073 for more information.

Buckhead Professionals Lunch n’ Learn. Wednesday, February 18, 12:00-1:00 pm. At the Offices of Greenberg Traurig, LLP. Join Rabbi Segal for a break from the work day to discuss compelling Jewish texts. Lunch is available for $5. RSVP to Rachel DeLine at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Gallery Tour - Chastain Art Center Gallery. Thursday, February 19. Meet at noon at Cibo e Beve for lunch before a 2:00 pm tour of the Chastain Art Center with Andrea Steinman. RSVP to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Artist in Residence Shabbat Service with Noah Aronson. Friday, February 21, 6:30 pm. Watch Noah Aronson here.

 

Temple Sinai Live
Click Graphic to view Shabbat
Live or On Demand

Temple Sinai Live

iSinai Phone App
Click here for iPhone App
Click here for Droid App
isinaiweb


Solid investments for your portfolio, special occasion
gifts, and for our
Jewish Homeland

IsraelBonds2012

 

Email Newsletter icon, E-mail Newsletter icon, Email List icon, E-mail List iconSign up for our Email Newsletter

Ask the Rabbi

Do you have a question about Judaism?
Simply click here to send your question to our Temple Sinai rabbis. 
Responses will reflect a liberal, Jewish perspective grounded in the chain of Jewish tradition.
This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it