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For all that you were, 2014, we will miss you. And as we reflect upon the past year, we cannot help but make some of the same promises again... only in 2015 we really will fulfill them with more consistency. May we be good family members and friends. May we smile more, appreciate the beauty around us with more frequency, and embrace challenges as opportunities. May we pause more to appreciate our surroundings, both physical and personal. And may devote more time to the things that fill our days with meaning.

 

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Adult Ed Mini-Series with Rabbi Levenberg
Passage to Wholeness: A 3 Session Course on Jewish Healing

Wednesday evenings
January 7, 14, 21, 7:30 pm

With special Healing Service Friday, January 23, 8:00 pm

January 7 - The Theology of Jewish Healing: Rabbi Brad will focus on classical Jewish texts and other theological pieces that lay the groundwork for our further discussion of Jewish healing practices.

January 14 - Healing Through Visualization and Meditation: Susan Levy, M. Ed., will guide us through a visualization technique that can aid in relaxation, healing and changing destructive habits. She will also guide us through a meditation and provide an introduction to Jewish meditation.

January 21 - Healing Through Prayer and Music:
Rabbi Brad will introduce us to newly written liturgy and prayers, followed by a conversation of their specific intentions and uses.

January 23 - Concluding Service: The course will conclude with a Healing Service at 8:00 pm in the Chapel.


Commemorate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day with Temple Sinai

Martin Luther King, Jr. Shabbat Service
Featuring Dr. Gerald Durley, Pastor Emeritus Providence Missionary Baptist Church

Friday, January 16

6:30 pm, Temple Sinai

New this year!
Shabbat Morning at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights

Saturday, January 17

Meet at Sinai, 8:15 am
National Center for Civil and Human Rights, 8:30 am

100 Ivan Allen Jr. Blvd, Atlanta, Georgia 30313

Join us for Shabbat morning at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights. We will have a bus leaving from Temple Sinai at 8:15 am or you can meet us there starting at 8:30 am. Breakfast will be available starting at 8:30 am. 9:00 am Torah study and our 10:00 am service will be held there that morning; NO Torah Study or Morning Service (10:00) at Sinai that morning! Folks will be able to peruse the center starting at 11:00 am; those riding the bus will leave at 12:15 pm to return to Sinai. Please RSVP online.

 

 
This Week at Temple Sinai

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January D'var
and February D'var.
Get Involved with our Sinai Connects.

Coming Up

Teen-Led Shabbat Service: Friday, January 23, 6:30 pm.

Healing Service with Rabbi Brad Levenberg: Friday, January 23, 8:00 pm.

Pajama Havdalah Tot Shabbat: Saturday, January 24, 5:30 pm. Bring a picnic dinner & wear your PJs!

Calling all 20s & 30s: Karaoke & Havdalah: Saturday, January 24, 9:00 - 11:30 pm, Karaoke Melody 2. RSVP here.

Social Action Sunday: Sunday, January 25. 12:15-12:30 pm Pizza Lunch, 12:30-2:00 pm Mitzvah projects. Help us sort books, create activity books, and decorate bookmarks for children in literacy tutoring. RSVP here.

92nd Street Y—World Religions: Spotlight on Judaism: Sunday, January 25, 7:30 pm, Temple Sinai.

 


 


 

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