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The Land is Burning: A Prayer for California A prayer to end the California wildfires, for safety, for the victims, for healing and for renewal....
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Things Matter: On Giving Wildfire Victims Space to Grieve Three years ago, my family had a large house fire. We lost the top floor of our home and had significant water damage downstairs. It took almost a year...
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Celebrating Jewish Peoplehood on Israel-Diaspora Day 10/17/2017...
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What's the Biggest Threat Facing the Jewish People Today? As part of its Rabbi Roundtable series, the Jewish Daily Forward says it "[brings] together leading rabbis from all corners of the Jewish world to offer their thoughts on the...
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"Me, Too": A Movement to Bring Sexual Assault to Light It took me a long time to say, "Me, too." ...
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Talking with America's First Ordained Female Rabbi 10/19/2017...
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Seeing My Transness Through the Words of Rabbi Hillel Everyone seems surprised to think that there might be more than one trans person in one family....
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A Prayer for Confronting Sexual Harassment God of dignity and decency, Creator of man and woman, Source of Wisdom Who calls on us to demonstrate respect and practice restraint…...
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How You Can Help Puerto Rico’s Devastated Reform Congregation Nearly a month after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, the situation there remains dire, with basic living conditions and communications extremely challenged....
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Want to be Happy? Take a Lesson From Jewish Tradition Before my dad ever put our Buick station wagon into gear – whether we were heading off on vacation, to take the SATs, or have wisdom teeth extracted –...
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Festivals

Temple Sinai SanctuaryOur people have many and varied mitzvot, sacred responsibilities. One that colours many others is our responsibility to look hopefully to the future. A hope I have for our people and our community this year is that we have the courage to mix tradition with innovation. We should draw comfort and strength from our Judaism even while it challenges us and we dare to challenge it. We should seek to live in a wide Jewish world that starts with our inner circles and reaches out to all corners of the globe! —Rabbi Michael Dolgin

 High Holy Days Ensemble

Songs for Selichot

L'chu N'ranana Shema Koleinu
Adonai Adonai Kaddish Shalem

 

 

 

2015 S'lichot Services
with Colin Mochrie,Debra McGrath, Rabbis Michael Dolgin and Daniel Mikelberg, Cantors Charles Osborne and Katie Oringel, the Temple Sinai Ensemble Choir, the Harold Green Theatre’s creative directors David Eisner and Avery Saltzman

Cantors Charles Osborne and Katie Oringel talk about Chanukkah

2014 Purim Video — Happy@Sinai

 

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