Shalom & Welcome
We are delighted to welcome you to Temple Sinai of Roslyn. Temple Sinai is an inclusive Reform congregation that offers a warm welcome and nurturing home to all who seek a meaningful and enduring connection to Judaism. We welcome Jews from all backgrounds, striving to serve the needs of families and singles, Jews of all races, cultures and sexual orientations, as well as Jews-by-choice and interfaith families. Temple Sinai is a vibrant community with a wide variety of spiritual, educational and social programs. We encourage you to explore all that our web site and our community have to offer.
(From left to right) Cantors Sergei & Elena Schwartz, Rabbi Michael White, Rabbi Andrew Gordon
A Year in the Life of Temple Sinai Video
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Every heart has a home at Temple Sinai. As the largest Reform Synagogue on Long Island, Temple Sinai will deliver and expand our outstanding, personalized and innovative programs and services to our inclusive Jewish community.
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Teen Chazak is a vocational training program for teens with special needs in a Jewish setting.
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Fridays, July 29 to September 2 - Summer Shabbat Evening Services from 6:30pm to 7:15 pm in the Fortunoff Family Garden.
Fridays, August 12 and August 26 - Pre-Service Wine and Cheese Meet and Greet - 5:45 pm.
**NOTE** Temple Sinai 2016 Memorial Book - Please take a moment now to complete and return your card. Don't be left out. Final deadline is August 29, 2016. If you are a new member and did not receive the information, please call the Temple office and we will send it to you.
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From Rabbi White's Study
Rabbi Michael White's Remarks at Temple Sinai's Annual Meeting
Many of the laws in the Torah’s book of Leviticus, the book from which we read each week at this season, seem outdated. This week is a case in point. The Torah commands that priests, while in service performing animal sacrifices in the Holy Temple, were forbidden from coming into contact with the dead or attending funerals, except for immediate family members. That’s because Jewish law teaches that every time a Jew visits the cemetery or attends a funeral, we become spiritually unclean and impure. But we can wash our hands, and we are thus purified.
From the President's Desk
June is a wonderful time for the Temple, especially this year. On June 10th we’ll honor long-time congregants with a special service to coincide with the installation of the new board. On June 12th we celebrate Shavuot with our Confirmation service, one of the largest in recent years. Then on June 17th, we’ll have a special evening to celebrate the achievements of our Youth Engagement initiatives and our Director of Youth Engagement Ali Stamm on her 10 years at Temple Sinai. As we end June, we’ll start our wonderful outdoor services in the courtyard.
From the Cantor-Educator
Cantor-Educator Elena Schwartz
We are delighted to announce the beginning of registration for the 2016-2017 school year. As you know, our highest priority at Temple Sinai Religious School is the education of our children. Together with the clergy, Education Committee and teachers, we are committed to providing the richest most creative Jewish learning opportunities, in ways that are relevant to today’s young learners. Temple Sinai Religious School is embracing the 21st century and all of the new innovations that have come with it!
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