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		                                    Virtually Engage with Temple Sinai		                                </span>

We've gone “virtual”—all of our services and programs are streaming online only. 

But that doesn’t mean we have stopped providing spaces for us to learn, grow, and connect together! 

We are still here for you, and still ready to be your congregation—your spiritual home—even in these uncertain times.

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Strategy for Reopening


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Until further notice, all Shabbat Services at Temple Sinai will be closed to members and guests.

For names to be read for yahrzeit or mi sheiberach, or to share joyous and significant milestones, email before 4:00 pm on Fridays and they will be read aloud during the service. We also encourage you to use the same email address to tell us about joyous and significant milestones that we will share during the service.  

Erev Shabbat - Friday, 6:30 pm (Sanctuary)
Shabbat Service - Saturday, 10:00 am (Chapel)

Connect Virtually

We are excited to offer the following virtual experiences for those in our community.  Review the schedule below or visit the Temple Sinai Calendar. Both include important instructions on how to connect to these great events.

Want to host your own Zoom meeting or get-together? Check out our tips and tricks.

Strategy for Reopening

Many conversations (beginning in early May, 2020) have highlighted the desire and pull to return to Sinai and gather together. While essential in-person activity and work has continued around us, and more is being opened, we naturally think about when the time will be right to reopen the synagogue.

In consideration of our return to in-person gatherings, we will be taking our cues from the virus, health science and our Temple Sinai COVID-19 Medical Advisory Task Force, and our particular context and mission. We continue to learn more from public health specialists, specifically from the CDC (who have offered both general guidelines and specific guidelines impacting religious and educational institutions), about transmission, protection, and safe gathering practices when they will become possible again. We are also taking guidance from the Atlanta Reform Synagogue Council for communal context and best practices; our Temple Sinai Preschool will draw wisdom and direction from the Georgia preschool licensing agency, Bright from the Start (BFTS). This much, however, is already clear: the possibility of safely gathering again for intergenerational communities like ours will emerge slowly, and return to gathering will be necessarily cautious and gradual in phases.

The Temple Sinai COVID-19 Task Force is currently working on updated guidelines.  Details will be posted in the coming weeks. 

Tue, January 19 2021 6 Sh'vat 5781