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It is a tree of life to those who hold fast to it, and all of its supporters are happy.  Its ways are pleasant ways, and all its paths are peace. (Proverbs 3:17-18)

Displayed prominently on the wall of our Temple Sinai lobby is a sculpture of a tree; the leaves emblazoned with names, dates and occasions of happiness and joy. Our Tree of Life is a significant marker of simchas that have occurred in the lives of Temple Sinai congregants – births, Bar and Bat Mitzvah ceremonies, engagements, weddings and anniversaries. Artist Timothy Sutherland designed the sculpture and, 30 years later, this unique work of art still embodies the spirit of our congregation – a pleasant and peaceful reminder of the joy, sacredness and community that defines Temple Sinai.  As the tree branches grow and flourish, so too do the connections of our families to each other and to future generations.  

While simchas may have looked different this past year, they are still significant occasions to be celebrated, honored and cherished for generations to come.  As such, we have begun to digitize all Tree of Life plaques so each past, present and future celebration can be searched and viewed remotely as well as within the walls of Temple Sinai.

Should you wish to purchase a leaf in honor of a simcha, please complete the form below.  


 

Virtual Tree of Life - coming soon; check back for updates (as of 11.30.2020)

If you wish to volunteer to help digitize the data, please email sdresdner@templesinaiatlanta.org


 

Tree of Life Submission Form


The cost per leaf is $300 and can hold up to 4 lines of text.  You may purchase and reserve multiple leaves should you wish to keep a family grouping together on the tree and have those leaves engraved at a later date.  Simply indicate "reserved" in the inscription box below.  This form allows for the purchase of 4 leaves. If you would like to purchase more, please email acarter@templesinaiatlanta.org.

To view sample leaves or more information about the inscription requirements, click here.  
Should you wish to pay via check, please select 'bill to my account' on the next page.

 

Sun, January 24 2021 11 Sh'vat 5781