Sukkot & Simchat Torah

SUKKOT Sukkot is our annual 7-day Harvest Festival. It is a festive holiday, known as “the Season of our Joy.” We build a Sukkah (booth), which we decorate with symbols of the holiday and of the harvest. We shake the lulav and etrog as we gather to give thanks. We...

High Holy Days Services

Sunday, Sept. 29 Rosh HaShanah Eve 7:30 p.m. Rosh HaShanah Evening Service This beautiful service begins our High Holy Day observance. We will announce the New Year as we welcome these Days of Awe and Repentance as one holy congregation and community. Our greeting for...

Support Sinai on GiveNOLA Day (May 7)

Temple Sinai is participating in GiveNOLA Day on May 7! GiveNOLA Day is a 24-hour event that encourages people from around the world to support nonprofits that have a direct impact on our community. Anyone can make a $10+ donation to Temple Sinai on May 7 by going...

Announcing New Rabbi Daniel Sherman

The Temple Sinai Search Committee and the Board of Trustees are thrilled to announce that Rabbi Daniel Sherman has been enthusiastically and unanimously selected to serve as Temple Sinai’s next Senior Rabbi. With a wealth of experience and contagious passion for...

Rabbi Reimer Farewell Shabbat

Temple Sinai invites you to Shabbat services on Friday, May 10 as we bid farewell to our senior rabbi Matthew A. Reimer. At services and a special oneg, we’ll honor Rabbi Reimer for his inspiring worship and deep dedication to the well-being of our congregants...

How to Support Rabbi Ed & Andrea Cohn After Their Condo Fire

As many of you have heard, there was a fire at the DeLimon Place condominiums on Saturday, February 2. All of the residents were safely evacuated, but substantial damage was incurred. I am sad to report that our Rabbi Emeritus Ed Cohn and his wife Andrea were among...