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Tour of Spain, Sunday, March 7, 3 PM

Our host, Dani Rotstein, will lead us on a virtual tour of Spain. Dani is a film producer, history-teller, Rikud-aholic, and community organizer living in the Balearic Islands of Spain. Originally from New Jersey, he moved to Majorca Island in 2014 where he learned of the taboo history of the Conversos or ​Chuetas​ native to the island. 

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Getting Good at Getting Older with Rabbi Laura Geller (via Zoom), Monday, March 1 & 8,
7 PM

Getting Good at Getting Older gives the “young older” an opportunity to discover in Jewish tradition and culture the tools to bring meaning and purpose to this new stage of life.

All are welcome. If you missed the March 1 session, click to watch the recording.

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HIAS Refugee Shabbat Evening Service, Friday, March 12, 7 PM

Promise and Hope: From Vietnam to the United States—A Refugee Story with Kathy Tran

Refugee Shabbat 2021is a moment for congregations, organizations, and individuals in the United States and around the world to dedicate a Shabbat experience to refugees and asylum seekers.

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Brotherhood Virtual Lunch, Monday, March 15, Noon

There's no agenda, and we'll talk about whatever is on your mind.

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WoTS Cooking Class, Monday, March 15, 6:30 PM

Join the Women of Temple Sinai online for a tasty cooking class. Free and open to the public. All are welcome.

Susan Cohen, Laura Arnold, and Carolyn Schwarz will share their favorite Passover Dessert recipes.

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First Night Passover Seder, Saturday, March 27,

Details coming soon!

IN COMMEMORATION OF YOM HASHOAH (HOLOCAUST REMEMBRANCE DAY, APRIL 8)

Wisdom from the Storm: The Rebbe of the Warsaw Ghetto & Spiritual Resistance in the Holocaust (online), Wednesday, April 7, 1 PM

R. Kalonymus Kalmish Shapira, the Piaseczner Rebbe, was an educational innovator, spiritual master, and communal leader who taught a profound mode of spiritual resistance in the Warsaw Ghetto during the holocaust.

Our guest speaker is Rabbi James Jacobson-Maisels, Ph.D.

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TEMPLE SINAI CIVIC ENGAGEMENT 2020 

Temple Sinai's Tikkun Olam Center in concert with Union of Reform Judaism’s (URJ) Religious Action Center (RAC) is developing a variety of civic engagement activities in support of three goals for the November elections:

  1. Ensure that 100% of eligible congregants nationally are registered to vote and do so;
  2. Combat voter suppression especially among minority voters and among inactive or unregistered voters in six states: Texas, Alabama, Mississippi, North Carolina, Georgia and Arizona; and,
  3. Engage young/student voters. Pennsylvania is a targeted state of importance for RAC as well.

The Tikkun Olam Center is planning activities in each of these areas. If you are interested in getting involved, please respond by clicking here and filling out the Google form.

REMEMBER: Please check your voter registration status and apply for your mail-in ballot at: www.votesPA.com. This is a  convenient website for all election-related issues.  

Mon, March 8 2021 24 Adar 5781