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This week, we are painting the entry way and lounge at the synagogue, and soon we’ll put in some new flooring there also. Big thanks to Michael Levine, Art Greenblott and Len Rubin for their work on this, and to Susan Bloom and Pammy Mittel for their generous help in choosing colors and flooring.
Hello Temple Sinai! This past Friday night, it was exciting seeing so many new faces and returning faces joining our regulars for folk Shabbat. If you tell your friends about our warm, inclusive, fun community and invite them to services, we will grow and flourish. Word of mouth is one of the best things we […]
Last year, when I spoke about this portion, I talked about the psychological drama going on in the battle between Pharoah and Moses, and the tensions between God and Moses.
There are three key moments in our portion that will remind us of all the drama going on.
Hello Temple Sinai! It’s great to be back after having had the creeping crud cold/fever for a week. I am sorry I missed services last Shabbat, but I want to offer a sincere thank you to Mark Leopold and Bruce Hicken for leading those services. This week we have a FOLK SHABBAT at 6:30 on […]
It has become an annual tradition for Temple Sinai members to join with local nonprofit HANDS – Helping And Nurturing Diverse Seniors and others to help deliver some 400 Meals on Wheels to shut-ins and seniors throughout Chittenden County. Temple member David Chafetz took on the role of organizing this year’s participants.
We are in the process of setting up a meeting of those who expressed interest in helping shape Temple Sinai’s work in the larger community by being on the Social Action Committee. If you are interested, please email our Social Action committee chair. Meanwhile, I wanted to share this upcoming event shared with me by […]