We believe that Temple Sinai is more than a place where people worship, study, volunteer, and socialize. It is the commitment to our members that drives us to provide the highest quality of synagogue programming and service to our congregants. People flock to Temple Sinai because they want to partake in this thriving community through the many avenues of involvement that are offered within our building every single day.
At the same time, we know that Temple Sinai has reached a critical juncture where we must re-imagine and reinvent ourselves. We must change with the times without abandoning our heritage and sense of continuity. To discuss the endowment in more detail please contact Barry Rudel, Development Director, at (412) 421-9715 x133.
We are committed to strong Jewish foundations that engage our members and have a lasting impact on ourselves, our families, our communities, and the world. Over the last few years, we have strengthened this commitment with the following programs and services:
Community – Temple Sinai’s Centers for Jewish Life engage all who wish to claim their rightful place in our sacred community.
Friendship and Support – The B’racha Center for Jewish Connections provides the means for congregants to discover new friendships and find comfort and support.
Tradition – The Midrash Center for Jewish Learning creates opportunities for lifelong engagement with our traditions and rituals.
Spiritual Connection – The Neshama Center for Jewish Spirituality fosters personal connections with God.
Social Activism – The Tikkun Olam Center for Jewish Social Justice encourages involvement in social activism and explores the role of Judaism in the world.
We need to continually evolve without losing sight of our core values. It is vital to our mission to be able to be a welcoming place for members of all ages and tenures at Temple Sinai. Further, we remain committed to being affordable and accessible to all.