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Where the Dead Go: From church graveyards to green burials, the cemetery business is evolving, by Ben Wecht, Pittsburgh Quarterly, 2021 Winter

Temple Sinai Torah headed to Milan unites congregations: The two communities have forged connection and friendship. They also share a love of good food. By Justin Vellucci, The Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, September 14, 2020

Temple Sinai welcomes interim rabbi: Rabbi Darryl Crystal shepherds Reform congregation through transition, By David Rullo, The Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, July 6, 2020

Temple Sinai Rabbi Jamie Gibson retires after 32 yearsFinal celebrations include a proclamation from Pittsburgh Mayor Bill Peduto and 'drive-bye' parade, By David Rullo, The Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, June 15, 2020

Crisis prompts anguished talks in faith communities, By Peter Smith, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, June 4, 2020

Pittsburgh clergy members hold prayer protest at Hill District’s Freedom Corner, By Ashley Murray, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

A Vermeer for our times: viewing the world through the lens of Elan MizrahiIn just five years, Jewish photographer with an artistic eye has made his mark in Pittsburgh, By Justin Vellucci, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle

Many Pittsburgh Houses Of Worship Wait To Open Due To Limits On Group Gatherings, By Kiley Koscinski,

Spirituality from the comfort of your own sofa: Rabbi Ron Symons and Rev. Liddy Barlow host a new dialogue initiative to foster respect and understandingBy Toby Tabachnick, The Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, May 20, 2020

Annual Pittsburgh Choral Concerts Celebrate Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., 90.5 WESA,

Celebrations of life, healing and unity services cross boundaries of race, religion and culturesPittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, December 8, 2019
Pittsburgh’s first Torah by female scribe commissioned by Temple Sinai, By David Rullo, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, December 5, 2019
Volunteers of the YearPittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, December 5, 2019

Jews and Presbyterians travel to Israel together, By David Rullo, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, November 26, 2019

Sacred writing: Members of Temple Sinai take part in scribing a new Torah scroll, By Peter Smith, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, November 24, 2019

Tree of Life: Finding peace in Squirrel Hill (Video partially filmed at Temple Sinai.) Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, October 27, 2019

A Year On, Pittsburgh’s Jewish Community Is Healing, Rebuilding — and Hiring Armed Guards, (Includes quotes from Rabbi Jamie Gibson and several Temple Sinai members.) October 26, 2019

HIAS chief: Trump's rhetoric has only made things worse since Tree of Life shooting, by Daniel Moore, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Features Mark Hetfield, who was our guest last Shabbat.) October 24, 2019

Rabbis Discuss Jewish View of Capital Punishment Jewish Exponent, August 2, 2019

Rabbis talk about Jewish position on death penalty: Federal government issues statement. Local spiritual guides share perspective. Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, August 2, 2019

Something Great Is Coming Out Of This: Jewish Community Supports Legacy International Worship Center KDKA 2 CBS Pittsburgh, June 23, 2019

HaZamir Sings for Pittsburgh Jewish Standard, June 6, 2019

Mending fences at the Pittsburgh Theological Seminary Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle editorial, May 28, 2019

U.S. Jewish Communities Face Up to New Security Challenges After Pittsburgh and Poway, May 24, 2019

Dayenu: We have had enough. Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle, May 3, 2019

Pittsburgh Jewish Community Comes Together To Memorialize Tree Of Life Six Months LaterKDKA 2 CBS Pittsburgh, April 28, 2019

Hundreds gather to remember Tree of Life victims, call for gun actionPittsburgh Post-Gazette, April 29, 2019

Pittsburgh synagogue: Violence ‘must end. Enough is enough!’ The Salt Lake Tribune, April 27, 2019

With 'Looking Back, Marching Forward,' Squirrel Hill Group Marks 6 Months Since Tree Of Life Attack, 90.5 WESA, April 24, 2019

Interfaith Shabbat brings Jews, Muslims togetherPittsburgh Post-Gazette, March 24, 2019 

Montreal rabbi to give talks at Temple SinaiPittsburgh Post-Gazette, February 4, 2019

Campus Community Gathers To Grieve, Unite, Heal, Carnegie Mellon University News, October 30, 2018

Temple Sinai presses on with religious classes in wake of synagogue shooting, TribLive, October 28, 2018

'Reform, Conservative, Orthodox, We're in This Together': Brokenhearted, Pittsburgh Jews Find Comfort in Unity,, October 28, 2018

Pittsburgh community comes together after tragedy, WBNS, October 28, 2018

Pittsburgh Synagogue Hires Armed Guards to Open for Sunday School After Shooting,, October 27, 2018

'Now we know it can happen here, and that here is anywhere', Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, October 27, 2018

Boston police increase patrols around synagogues, Boston Globe, October 27, 2018

Celebrate Rosh Hashana with sweet fruits of late summer, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, September 5, 2018 


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