From Where I Stand

Sukkot is my favorite holiday! In antiquity, Sukkot was so central in Jewish observance as to receive the additional moniker, “Heh-Chag – THE Festival.” In pre-Biblical times, Sukkot was a pagan harvest celebration. By the time the Torah was canonized it had become...

From Where I Stand

From Where I Stand Andrea and I just figured out that we have cancelled four vacations this summer of COVID-19. There was the family gathering at a well- known beach resort near Charleston, South Carolina. It would have been such fun to all be together in a beautiful...

Capital Campaign

If you have driven by Temple Sinai recently, you may have noticed the giant crane lifting equipment onto the roof of the Calhoun Building and the Sanctuary, or seen the workman outside. This work has started because Temple Sinai’s fifty plus year old air conditioning...

GiveNOLA Day Success

Temple Sinai is so appreciative of all the support we received throughout the GiveNOLA Campaign. We had 52 donors and raised over 80% of our $5000 goal. The funds raised are vital in ensuring that we are able to sustain all our services and operational needs. GiveNOLA...

Passover 5780

Jnola Seder Hagaddah FRIDAY, APRIL 10 4:45 p.m. TEMPLE TODDLER SERVICE 6:15 p.m. SHABBAT EVENING SERVICE- via Zoom for the Sabbath of Passover SATURDAY, APRIL 11 9:00 a.m. TORAH STUDY via Zoom 10:15 a.m. SHABBAT MORNING SERVICE- – via Zoom for the Sabbath of...