Temple Sinai is excited to welcome Jewish educator and musician Eliana Light to Shabbat services on Friday, May 3!

6:00 p.m. Temple Toddlers Shabbat
6:15 p.m. Special Music Shabbat
Post-Oneg Learning Session on the G!D Project

Raised in Memphis, TN on soul music and synagogue life, Eliana’s passion for Jewish life and learning shines through all her work. Meaningful music, powerful prayer, excellent education, and creative consulting… It’s all directed from one heart and towards one goal: to help individuals discover themselves within the depth and richness of Jewish life, and to take ownership of their Judaism. She has released two albums of original Jewish music, A New Light and Eliana Sings (About Jewish Things!). Her songs can be found on PJ Library compilations and are used by educators, song-leaders, and clergy all over the country. In 2017, Eliana founded the G!D Project, an educational initiative focused on accessible, meaningful conversations about G!D and spirituality through ritual, text, and creativity. Eliana graduated from the Jewish Theological Seminary with a Masters in Experiential Jewish Education in 2016 and is based in New York City.

This program is in partnership with the Goldring/Woldenberg Institute of Southern Jewish Life.