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Temple Sinai Streaming

Worship and B'nei Mitzvah services are streamed via Vimeo live. Find a how-to guide for Vimeo Live here. Please note that there are NEW links below. Torah study remains on Zoom. 

Email with names for yahrzeit or healing by 4:00 pm on Thursday to ensure their inclusion in the service. You may also use this email address to let us know about joyous and significant milestones in your lives to be shared during our Friday evening and Saturday morning Shabbat services. 

Temple Sinai uses the Mishkan Tefilah siddur (prayer book) for Shabbat evening worship. Members of our community who will be participating in Shabbat worship services virtually are encouraged to acquire either a Kindle or Hardcover edition of Mishkan Tefilah*. 

  • Mishkan Tefilah for Shabbat ­­– Kindle edition, $9.99 Purchase Here
  • Mishkan Tefilah for Shabbat – Hardcover edition, $37.00 Purchase Here

Note that we will no longer be providing online liturgies for Festivals (Passover, Shavuot, Sukkot) or WeekdaysFor those who intend to participate virtually, it will be necessary to acquire a copy of our siddur, Mishkan Tefilah for Weekdays & Festivals, from CCAR Press. This siddur is also used on Wednesday mornings at our 8:00 am minyan.

  • Mishkan Tefilah for Weekdays & Festivals – Kindle edition, $9.99 Purchase Here
  • Mishkan Tefilah for Weekdays & Festivals – Hardcover edition, $30.00 Purchase Here

*IMPORTANT NOTE - We are happy to help any members limited to virtual participation with the associated costs of acquiring a siddur should assistance be needed. Please email Jack Feldman confidentially.

The schedule for Monday, May 16 through Sunday, May 22 is below.

Wednesday Minyan - Wednesday, 8:00 am

Kabbalat Panim - Friday, 5:45 pm

Shabbat Evening Service & Alembik Lecture with Rabbi Ariel Wolpe - Friday, 6:30 pm
Rabbi Ariel Wolpe will talk about how spiritual chanting, melodies, and meditation can enhance and sustain our connection to Judaism and to the divine. Services will be immediately followed by a workshop where Rabbi Wolpe will teach and model some of these practices. This event is made possible through the generosity of the Michael Alembik Memorial Fund.

Please note that we will host these services outside in our Lonnie Cooper Outdoor Chapel when possible. Feel free to dress comfortably (shorts and short sleeves) for the weather.

Torah Study - Saturday, 9:00 am

Shabbat Morning Service - Saturday, 10:00 am

Bat Mitzvah Ceremony of Sophia Molinari - Saturday, 10:30 am

Shiva Minyan (as needed)

Saturday Evening Service with Havdalah (as needed)

Fri, May 20 2022 19 Iyar 5782