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Temple Sinai is a dynamic congregation affiliated with the Reform Movement values lifelong Jewish learning, a warm spirit of community, a sense of inclusiveness, and active participation in Jewish life. We believe that full participation from a diverse and broad-based membership benefits our congregation, and therefore welcome all who wish to participate, regardless of age, marital status, sexual orientation, or financial means.

Temple Sinai is fortunate to be home to such a thriving community. Our worship services are unique, inspiring, and engaging. Our best in class education is a life-long opportunity. We are delighted you are taking the time to learn more about us! 

Our Mission

Temple Sinai is a Reform congregation that values lifelong Jewish learning, a warm spirit of community, a sense of inclusivity, and active participation in Jewish life. We offer educational opportunities that empower our members to make informed Jewish decisions based upon Torah, tradition and progressive Jewish thought. Our community serves as a center of Jewish life and as an extended, caring family for whom we provide a Jewish context for life experiences. We encourage spiritual growth and expression. Our clergy and our lay leadership are accessible to all members. Our congregation offers many avenues for involvement, welcomes participation in our leadership and continually challenges itself to meet the needs of our members. We are committed to encouraging congregational participation in social action and to strong support for the State of Israel. Temple Sinai is a fiscally responsible congregation and is a member of the Union for Reform Judaism.

“Temple Sinai is a unique, special, and sacred community. It is my great privilege to serve as a rabbi for this remarkable congregation.”

Rabbi Segal
Sun, September 24 2017 4 Tishrei 5778