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Dan Nichols Concert to Celebrate Rabbi Emeritus Jamie Gibson's 32 Years at Temple Sinai, Saturday, November 6, 7 PM

Dan is a product of the URJ Jewish camping movement. He has toured Jewish summer camps across North America for the last 15 years. A classically trained singer, Dan received his Bachelor of Music degree in vocal performance at the University of North Carolina.

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Siyyum to Dedicate the Completion of Our New Torah Honoring Rabbi Emeritus Jamie Gibson, Sunday, November 7, 10 AM

According to ReformJudaism.org, Siyyum means “completion." In our case, Rabbi Emeritus Jamie & Barbara Gibson and Soferet Linda Coppleson will write the final word of the Torah as we share the joy of the completion of our new Torah honoring Rabbi Gibson’s 32 years of service to Temple Sinai.

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In-Person Shabbat Evening Service, 7 PM

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REGISTER FOR NOVEMBER 5: Mostly Musical Shabbat with Musician Dan Nichols

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We are pleased to announce that we will have in-person seating in the Leebov Sanctuary for Shabbat Evening Service.

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

 

In-Person Informal Shabbat Service, Saturday, 9:15 AM 

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We are pleased to announce that we will have in-person seating in the Barnett Chapel for Informal Shabbat Morning Service.

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

WoTS Cooking Class: Beyond Latkes Hanukkah Food (via Zoom), Monday, November 15, 7 PM

Everyone makes (or eats) latkes for Hanukkah so we'll demonstrate new recipes from traditions around the world.

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Hanukkah Shabbat Evening Service, Friday, December 3, 7 PM

Celebrate a festive Shabbat Hanukkah service with family and friends.

Bring your family Hanukkiot (Hanukkah menorahs) and we’ll light them at the beginning of the service. After the service, take home a gift of fresh latkes made especially for you by Brotherhood.

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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, October 25 2021 19 Cheshvan 5782