• Annual Meeting

    Thursday, May 25, 2017  7:00pm


    Join with us, your community and spiritual leaders as we learn about the state of the congregation, reflect on the successes of the past year, and put our minds toward our hopes and goals for the coming year. Hear the annual reports, presentation of the budget for the new fiscal year, and vote for new officers and trustees. We will also welcome featured guest speaker, Wasi Mohamed, Executive Director of The Islamic Center of Pittsburgh.

  • The concert portion of the event features a wonderful variety of Jewish music- folk, Ladino, theater, and more.   The songs are performed by a number of local female vocalists and musicians and are accompanied by a visual arts presentation that showcases the artwork by local female artists. Interspersed between the songs are brief words of inspiration presented by women of the community.  We will also have a dance presentation choreographed by Maria Caruso of Bodiography. Click for tickets and to view the flyer.

  • A Welcoming Home for Jewish Inspiration, Innovation and Inclusion


    As part of the largest Adult B’nei Mitzvah class that Temple Sinai has ever assembled, these 14 students display courage, commitment, and wisdom. Join us to celebrate their accomplishments at an Adult Bnei Mitzvah Party

  • The Midrash Center for Jewish Learning

    The mission of The Midrash Center for Jewish Learning of Temple Sinai is to provide Jewish learning for all members of our Temple community, no matter their age, abilities or background. 

  • The B'racha Center for Jewish Connections

    The B’racha Center for Jewish Connections is committed to helping those within our sacred community find friendship and support.

  • The Neshama Center for Jewish Spirituality

    The Neshama Center for Jewish Spirituality invites Reform Jews to engage in a dialogue with the sources of our tradition, responding out of our knowledge, our experience, and our faith to find kedusha (holiness).

  • Tikkun Olam Center for Jewish Social Justice

    The Tikkun Olam Center for Jewish Social Justice provides the means for all our members to engage in social activism as a central, defining characteristic of Reform Judaism through social action, advocacy, and respectful discourse.


Service Schedule: Tue. 5/23 at 7 PM with Rabbi Ende, Friday 5/26 at 8 PM, Saturday 5/27 at 8:30, 9:15 & 10:30 AM 

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