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Temple Sinai is celebrating 50 years!  Join us at the following special events to celebrate with us!

Friday, January 19, 2018: Opening Shabbat Service & Dinner
Kabbalat Panim 5:00 pm, Shabbat Service 6:00 pm, Dinner 7:30 pm

Temple Sinai invites you to a momentous Shabbat service and festive dinner celebrating our 50th Anniversary with esteemed guest Rabbi Rick Jacobs, President of the Union for Reform Judaism. Please join us for a celebratory dinner with drinks and the introduction of the 50th Anniversary time capsule featuring music by CoResonance $20 per person


March 10, 2018: 1960's Sinai Stock
Break out your bell bottoms and get your groove on! Have a blast with a costume contest, dancing, photo booth and more!


April 29, 2018: Sinai Night Live
An evening of pure entertainment and fun featuring Whole World Improv and delectable Italian eats. Come prepared to participate...or just sit back and laugh ‘till it hurts!

August 19, 2018: Family Fun Day
Mark your calendar for Temple Sinai’s Bar Mitzvah party! We will honor Sinai with a fun carnival themed party. Start looking through your Bar or Bat Mitzvah photos to be in our slideshow!

October 14, 2018: Mitzvah Day
Give back with Temple Sinai! Come together for a day of volunteering across Atlanta. There will be projects for all ages!

November 10, 2018: Celebration Gala- Through the Decades
A not-to-be-missed GALA celebrating five decades of Temple Sinai. Scrumptious food. Open Bar. Live Music, And So Much More!

50 Acts of Chesed (Kindness) Family Challenge
In honor of Temple Sinai’s 50th Anniversary, we are challenging every family to participate together in 50 acts of chesed (kindness). Our tradition teaches kindness as a fundamental Jewish value. This value can be modelled for and expressed by even the youngest children. We hope this challenge will allow families to start meaningful conversations about kindness and your family’s values. We also hope it sparks action that will help make the world a better place.

Click Here for instructions and to download the tracker. 



Wed, January 17 2018 1 Sh'vat 5778