SINAI'S YOUTH EDUCATION IN THE NEWS
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.
Join the Sinai Synagogue family at 7pm on Tuesday, May 14, for our third annual Shavuot program. Hear stories by three of our members — Colin Pier Silver, Jeff New, and Peri Arnold — about their journeys to becoming members at Sinai Synagogue, along with their Jewish traditions. The program will include appetizers, desserts, and the Rabbi’s famous coffee bar! RSVP to Judy in … Read More »
The third annual Michiana Jewish Film Festival will take place the week of May 20, 2013, at the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center on the campus of the University of Notre Dame. Tickets are on sale now and may be purchased at the DeBartolo box office. For more information, including descriptions of the eight films and a list of showtimes, visit the Jewish Federation website.… Read More »
Sinai Synagogue offers a number of special worship and study opportunities in addition to our regular Shabbat morning services. At 9:00am each Shabbat morning, we begin with Torah study and breakfast thanks to Breadsmith kosher bakery. Our sages had fascinating and diverse insights into our sacred Torah. Come learn from their insights and offer your own. On the 2nd and 4th Shabbat of the month, at… Read More »
Mel’s morning breakfasts are back at Sinai with a side order of Talmud! About 100 years ago a study program was begun to encourage Jews to make the study of Talmud part of their daily practice. It takes over 7 years of learning a daf a day (or folio, front and back sides of one page of Talmud) to complete the entire Talmud. The new cycle began this past August. At Sinai, every morning after miny… Read More »