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I truly enjoy Thanksgiving. It is so American and so Jewish at the same time. The turkey and the pumpkin pie and the family gatherings speak to my memories and warm my heart. But what I find most compelling is the idea implanted in the story of the Pilgrims: the idea of leaving one's birth place, the land of one's ancestors, and of going to a new land, bolstered by an irreplaceable optimism about building a new and better world.

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Adult Ed Mini-Series
with Rabbi Ron Segal

“What do Jews Believe?”

Wednesday evenings
December 3, 10, & 17, 7:30 pm


December 3 – “Revelation” 
December 10 – “Evil & Chaos” 
December 17 – “Afterlife” 

Our December adult education mini-series will be devoted to the exploration of three major Jewish theological concepts.  We will discuss a unique topic each night, incorporating both traditional and contemporary thought with each subject.  Whether you are firm in yourtheology or are still wrestling and trying to define what it is you believe, all are encouraged to “join our thousands-of-years- old conversation” about these central topics.  Come learn and discuss “what Jews believe.”

 

 
This Week at Temple Sinai

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Coming Up at Sinai


Temple Sinai Closed for Thanksgiving: The Sinai office will be closed Thursday, November 27 & Friday, November 28 for Thanksgiving.

Volunteer with Temple Sinai at the USO: Sunday, November 30, 10:00 am - 6:00 pm, Hartsfield-Jackson Airport. Please email Jay Weinsten at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to sign up.

Temple Sinai Book Club: Tuesday, December 2, 7:30 pm. A Guide for the Perplexed by Dara Horn.

Adult Ed Mini Series with Rabbi Segal: “What do Jews Believe?” Wednesdays, December 3, 10 & 17, 7:30 pm.

Rosh Chodesh: Thursday, December 4. Light dinner served at 6:30 pm, program at 7:15 pm. “Recent Reform Responsa...There’s More!”

Shabbat 3rd & 4th Grade Family Experience & Shul-In: Friday, December 5. Family Shabbat dinner at 5:30 pm, Family Shabbat service at 6:30 pm, Kids-only Shul-In at 8:00 pm. RSVP here.

Rock Shabbat followed by 8@8: Come to our monthly Rock Shabbat Service and then join us afterwards for dinner at Brio in Dunwoody.

Library Guild’s Winter Book Review: Sunday, December 7, 2:00 pm. Rabbi Kranz will review Diary of the Fall by Michel Laub, followed by a dessert reception. RSVP here.

Adult Ed Film Series: Sunday, December 7, 7:00 pm. Rabbi Perry will lead a Q&A following a screening of Fill the Void.

 

 

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