Temple Sinai Funds
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Contribute to improve the security measures at Temple Sinai.
The B’racha Center for Jewish Connections provides the means for our entire Family of Families, regardless of their life situations to find friendship and support in our congregation.
Contribute to the care and upkeep of our beautiful and intimate chapel.
Brotherhood serves our congregation and supports its efforts; advances Reform Judaism ideals, values and practices; provides a set of role models for fellow congregants and children spanning both the religious and the secular; and fosters the bonding and fellowship of our temple family.
Cantor Laura Berman often uses her fund to enhance the musical and cultural arts at Temple Sinai.
Compassion is at the heart of our community -- kindness to those who suffer and grieve, as well as joy with those who celebrate. Our Caring Community provides helping hands for congregants as they face some of the most challenging moments in life.
Invest in our sacred community for future generations.
The Temple Sinai Rose Garden is a place of peace and reverie, contribute today!
The Falk Library is open to all members and has an extensive collection Jewish texts and resources.
The Temple Sinai Memorial Park, created in 1947, provides a tranquil and serene final resting place.
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.
Contribute toward bringing new and traditional favorites to Temple Sinai!
Contributions to this special fund in memory of Penelope Rose Miller will be matched by the Miller Family. The Miller Family matching contribution will be to the Penelope Rose Miller Fund at the Pittsburgh Foundation to benefit indigent women with pregnancy issues.
Make a donation toward the flowers adorn the sanctuary on Shabbat.
Rabbi Jamie Gibson generally uses his fund for program enhancement, bringing congregants and the community together in meaningful ways and increasing the cultural experience at Temple Sinai.
Rabbi Keren Gorban often uses her fund to enhance the Religious Center's programming and visual arts.
The Nathan and Hilda Katzen Center for Jewish Learning offers innovative project-based classes to enable our children to discover their roots, religion and themselves.
The Children's Library is available to all members and has a wonderful selection of stories, craftbooks and more to help children connect with their faith.
From its inception, Temple Sinai has endeavored to put into action the words “Tzedek, Tzedek Tirdof” (Justice, Justice Shall You Pursue) through activities within our synagogue and throughout the community.
Contribute today to the many ways the young people of Temple Sinai put Tikkun Olam into action.