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New Orleans' First Reform Congregation
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Welcome to Temple Sinai
New Orleans’ First Reform Congregation – Founded in 1870
Founded in 1870, we are the largest congregation in the State of Louisiana and the oldest Reform one. Temple Sinai is proud of our history of inspired rabbinic leadership committed to Tikkun Olam. The Congregation has an historic tradition of serving the spiritual needs of its diverse membership. Our professional and lay leaders strive to create a congregation that seeks to be a spiritual presence in the lives of its members in order to help cultivate and satisfy their religious, musical, cultural, emotional and intellectual interests and needs.
50th Anniversary of Nostra Aetate, Monday, November 23rd at 6:30 pm Loyola University’s Numemaker Hall2015 marks the 50th anniversary of Nostra Aetate, a declaration by the Vatican that opened relations between the Catholic Church and non-Christian religions. Join the Jewish Federation and the Jewish Community Relations Council in partnership with the Archdiocese of... read more
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Mazal Tov to one of our outstanding Temple Sinai Religious School/Hebrew School teachers Liat PerlinMazel Tov to one of our outstanding Temple Sinai Religious School/Hebrew School teachers, Liat Perlin, who has been chosen as one of three Environmental studies majors to represent Tulane University at the Adirondack Climate Summit. The summit brings together... read more
THIS WEEK @ TEMPLE SINAI
Shabbat Eve Services Friday at 6:15 p.m.
Cantor Colman will speak.
Shabbat Morning Services Saturday at 10:15 a.m.
Religious/Hebrew School Registration
Temple Sinai uses the Institute of Southern Jewish Life Curriculum (ISJL) This curriculum thoughtfully spirals the education of our youth from Pre-Kindergarten through Confirmation in such a way that students revisit key content areas with increasing sophistication as they progress through the entire curriculum.