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Hello Temple Sinai!
Congratulations to Diana Larrow on becoming bat mitzvah! She did a beautiful job on chanting her Torah and Haftarah, and she smartly connected the Torah portion to events in her school. Mazal Tov! This week, we return to our “regular” services, though we seem to have them quite irregularly lately. Next weekend, we have a big Rock Shabbat, Barbeque and Open house, and Shavuot events on Saturday night and Sunday morning. Please try tocome to one of our Shavuot events and bring a friend.
Hello Temple Sinai!I am excited to celebrate Diana Larrow becoming bat mitzvah this Shabbat. Diana has the same Torah Porti n I did, Behar, so it has been particularly a pleasure for me to work with her. Please join us on Saturday morning at 10:00am, or on Friday evening at 6:30pm to be part of this important community milestone.Thanks to everyone who helped out with and showed up for Shabbat Goes to Broadway. I hope it is the first of an annual event, one we can change and build on from year to year, so start thinking now. (and please someone learn how to make “follow the bouncing ball” or karaoke style lyrics. We need you.) On a more serious note…
After too long a hiatus the Chaverim Committee (AKA-Caring Committee) is back in action with Deb Leopold and Amy Collins as co-chairs. They are excited to be heading up this very necessary committee for our Temple community. If you enjoy helping friends in times of need, please consider joining our “non-committee” committee–no regular meetings, just […]
Hello Temple Sinai!
A big MAZAL TOV to Grace Stein on doing such a great job at her bat mitzvah!
We have our SHABBAT GOES TO BROADWAY SHABBAT this Friday night! It’s a fun night to come and bring your friends! We’ll be singing the prayers to Broadway show tunes that we can sing along with. Don’t miss it.
May 10 2019: One of my earliest memories of Israel is really much more a memory of my father than of Israel. My father was definitely not a Zionist in his younger days. He was an assimilationist, who believed that Judaism was a religion, not a nationality, and felt our priority should be to blend into American society. My mother was a Zionist who would never forgive my father for proposing to her shortly before she planned to go to Israel as a nurse in 1948…
Shuly Nathan live (France, 1968) Shuly Nathan, born March 16, 1947 in London) is an Israeli singer best known for singing “Jerusalem of Gold” (Yerushalayim Shel Zahav), written by Naomi Shemer. It was immensely popular shortly before the Six-Day War, and made her world-famous. It is still very popular in Israel and in Jewish communities […]