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Informal Shabbat Morning Service (online only)

Saturday, January 29, 2022 27 Sh'vat 5782

9:15 AM - 10:15 AM

ALL TEMPLE SINAI SERVICES, CLASSES, & EVENTS WILL BE VIRTUAL THROUGH SUNDAY, JANUARY 31, 2022 Click to learn more.

We look forward to sharing this sacred time with you on Zoom or live streamed on YouTube

You can find the Zoom link in our weekly email or by calling our office during regular office hours (Monday–Thursday, 9 AM–5 PM; Friday, 9 AM–3 PM).

Prayer through music, or music through prayer. Whichever way you look at it, the informal Shabbat service has both. Rabbi Fellman leads us in singing or chanting almost all the Hebrew prayers, interspersed with interpretive readings from Mishkan Tefilah. The service includes a Torah reading of the weekly Parashah and a short dvar Torah, usually by a lay member of the congregation and finishes with Kiddush.

TEMPLE SINAI COVID POLICY UPDATE (Effective August 5, 2021): MASKS ARE NOW REQUIRED AT ALL TIMES WHILE AT TEMPLE SINAI

Anyone entering the Temple Sinai grounds or building must (a) be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, (b) wear a mask at all times, (c) not be experiencing symptoms of COVID or aware of any recent exposure at the time of entry, and (d) agree to comply with all Temple Sinai COVID requirements.  

By entering Temple Sinai grounds or building you are indicating your understanding of and agreement with these rules on behalf of yourself and any minors whom you are accompanying.

Masks are available for anyone who did not bring one.

Fully Vaccinated means at least two weeks after the second shot of a two-shot regimen (e.g. Pfizer or Moderna) or after the single shot of a one-shot regimen (e.g. Johnson & Johnson).

Exceptions: masks are not required for children under the age of two. Vaccinations are not required for individuals for whom they are not yet available (under the age of 12) or those for whom vaccination is not possible. For full details, click to see the current policy.

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