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Register for Shabbat Evening Service with Special Guest Cantor Rosalie Will

Friday, December 10, 2021 6 Tevet 5782

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Shabbat is a time of celebration. Our services use a mixture of Hebrew and English to be both traditional, approachable, and engaging. Our guest cantor will be Cantor Rosalie Will.

Register below for your seat in the Leebov Sanctuary.

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

If you would like to attend in-person, please log into your Temple Sinai account to register for yourself and/or your family. 

About Cantor Will
Cantor Rosalie Will is the Union of Reform Judaism Director of Music and Biennial Worship Director. She previously served as the cantor at Temple Emanuel in Kensington, MD. She mentors cantors in the field and consults congregations and clergy on issues of worship and music. 

Cantor Will is a past Vice-President for Member Relations of the American Conference of Cantors (ACC). She is a Synagogue 2000 Fellow, and a Partner in the Kalsman Institute on Judaism and Health, and runs a non-profit called Kesher Shir: a venture which brings together Jewish musicians from diverse backgrounds to study, collaborate, and create meaningful music and worship experiences. She is a graduate of the Debbie Friedman School of Sacred Music at HUC-JIR in New York.  

Originally hailing from St. Louis, Missouri, she attended the University of Pennsylvania where she earned a Jewish Studies major and Theatre minor.  Before entering cantorial school, she worked for the URJ’s NFTY Programs in Israel.  

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Anyone entering the Temple Sinai grounds or building must (a) they have been fully vaccinated, (b) they will wear a mask at all times, (c) they are not experiencing symptoms of COVID, (d) they are not aware of any recent exposure or have had a negative (rapid) COVID test within 3 hours prior to entering the grounds, and (e) they agree to comply with all COVID requirements while on Temple Sinai grounds.

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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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