A Message from Temple Sinai
Wednesday, March 20, 2020 2:00pm

Welcome to the Temple Sinai Website!  We are so glad that you are visiting us.  Due to the current coronavirus scare and safety restrictions, we have had to make a few changes to how we do things here at Temple Sinai:

  • Please know that the Temple office and building are currently closed. Our staff is working remotely.  Please feel free to call the Temple and leave a voicemail message, which we are checking regularly.
  • We are all still available through email.
  • All of our worship services are available through our live-stream broadcast ONLY. That means that for now, our doors will remain locked and we can only participate in services on-line.
  • Chavurah@Sinai and Hebrew School classes are temporarily canceled – but stay tuned for exciting virtual classes and on-line learning resources.
  • All in-person meetings, classes, and programs have been cancelled until it is safe to come together once again.
  • We have established a new Temple emergency number. If you have an emergency and need to contact our clergy, please call 504-383-5058.

 Please check our website homepage, weekly news blasts, and e-mail messages for updates, as things have been changing rapidly.  Please stay safe, stay home, be well, and know that we are here for you.

 Rabbi Daniel Sherman rabbisherman@templesinaino.org

Cantor Joel Colman cantorcolman@templesinaino.org

Liz Yager Executive Director lyager@templesinaino.org

Avital Kadosh Director of Education avital@templesinaino.org

Shea McCoy Communications Coordinator smccoy@templesinaino.org

Rachel Chamness Administrative Specialist rchamness@templesinaino.org 

Tracey Dodd, Sinai President traceyddodd@gmail.com

 

Welcome to Temple Sinai

New Orleans’ First Reform Congregation – Founded in 1870

sanctuary-exterior350pxFounded in 1870, Temple Sinai is the oldest Reform congregation in Louisiana, and the state’s largest Jewish congregation overall. We are proud of our history of both inspired rabbinic leadership committed to tikkun olam and service to the spiritual needs of our diverse membership. Our clergy and lay leaders strive to create a congregation that serves as 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.

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...

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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...

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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...

read more

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...

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March Services – Live Steaming

Friday – 6:15 p.m. Evening Shabbat Services 
Saturday 10:15 a.m. Morning Shabbat Services

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April 2, 2020
April 3, 2020
  • Temple Toddler Shabbat
    April 3, 2020 @ 4:45 pm - 5:30 pm
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  • Shabbat Evening Service - Live Streaming only
    April 3, 2020 @ 6:15 pm - 7:45 pm
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April 4, 2020
April 8, 2020
April 9, 2020