On Saturday evening, March 16, adult members will celebrate Purim beginning at 8:45pm with a Havdalah/Megillah reading, followed by a Scotch Tasting Party. This event will take place at the Friedland family home. RSVP to the office if you plan to attend. On Sunday morning, March 16th, at 9:15am, the congregation will gather at the synagogue for Sinai’s famous Sunday morning brunch, multimedi… Read More »
Join us for Sinai Synagogue’s annual Spaghetti Dinner on Sunday, March 23, from noon to 6:00pm. The menu includes spaghetti (with our famous kosher meat sauce), soup, salad, bread, and dessert. Tickets are available in advance by contacting the Sinai office, or at the door. This is our major fundraiser of the year so we rely on our members to sell or buy their allotted tickets. If you are a … Read More »
Once a month, you can purchase “Shabbat Dinner in a Box”, prepared by Kim Cossman and Mary Ann Katz, and either take your dinner home or eat it at Sinai with others who have ordered. The cost is $15 for each meal. You pay for the dinner the week before and pick it up on Friday (This isn’t a communal Sinai Friday night dinner, but rather individual orders that you can eat at home … Read More »
This spring, join Rabbi Meira Chmiel for a Biblical Hebrew course. Learn to translate Biblical narratives and liturgies within a clear grammatical framework–a framework that underlies modern conversational Hebrew as well as Chasidic Torah commentaries. Fun and easy, social and relaxing, interactive context. Classes are available for both adult beginners and fluent Hebrew readers. Adults who … Read More »
Mel’s morning breakfasts are back at Sinai with a side order of Talmud! After morning minyan on Mondays and Thursdays, come study selections from the Talmud as we follow the Daily Talmud Study schedule of trachtates and use the new Steinsaltz translation of the Babylonian Talmud.… Read More »
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The article also highlighted Rabbi Friedland's leadership among rabbis in smaller Jewish communities, including his role in organizing a recent national conference for rabbis and lay leaders of smaller congregations in the Conservative movement.