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2016 Posts

Dec21

Our Beautiful Temple Sinai

Written by // Marilyn L. Rappaport Categories // 2016 Posts

Temple Sinai is a place to come together and celebrate special occasions as well as everyday activities. We know that our community is so much more than a building. At the same time, we would like your help in promoting this beautiful venue to friends and business colleagues in the community. Our Sanctuary is a beautiful setting for life-cycle events such as Brit Milah and Baby Namings, weddings and memorial services. Our facility has provided space for everything from dance classes to birthday parties and cooking classes to wedding receptions. We encourage you to consider hosting your next event here at the synagogue and social hall venue.

The smaller social hall is a comfortable, intimate place for groups up to 50. It is perfect for a luncheon, presentation or social gathering. The social hall converts easily into a gala location for B'nei Mitzvah, weddings and other large celebrations, complete with a stage, sound equipment and a screen for projection services. The full use of our well-equipped commercial style kitchen may be reserved as well as tables, chairs, and linens. The versatile place is easily decorated for different occasions.

If you belong to other community organizations, our library or small social hall is available for your meetings at reasonable rates. We have reasonable non-member and discounted member rates for renting space at Temple Sinai.

We offer great spaces at great rates for memorable events and appreciate your supporting Temple Sinai and our wonderful venue. Contact the office for additional information from our Facilities Coordinator.

Hope to see you soon!
Marilyn

Nov17

Give!

Written by // Marilyn L. Rappaport Categories // 2016 Posts

– Anne Frank’s Diary

We have a shared vision of Temple Sinai as a sacred community that learns, cares for one another, and promotes Jewish practice, culture, and tikkun olam. This is the place where we come for inspirational service and thought-provoking study and meaningful personal relationships. This is where we come to teach our children and grandchildren the values that will guide their lives and where we come together in times of joy and sorrow. This is where we come to deepen our connection to a shared heritage.

Today, we are asking our members to make a personal commitment to help us meet our budget for the year. Our synagogue relies on each of us to sustain our community and enhance the way we experience Reform Judaism.

We have received less than expected from pledges and donations for this year and we are counting on your generosity to fulfill our mission. The Rabbi, our Youth Director, and our volunteers work to create opportunities for all of our membership. Whether you enjoy innovative programs, or taking a stand on important social issues, or sending our teens to regional retreats, we strive to make Temple Sinai a place for you and your family to realize your unique purpose in the world.

Please click here to make a donation to the General Fund now, in addition to your current financial pledge, to bridge the gap between what we have and what we need to provide the programs and services for our synagogue. This additional contribution before the calendar year ends will have tax benefits as well. Your participation in this appeal is critical to our congregation and our community at large.

Give and you shall receive, much more that you ever thought possible. Give and give again. Keep hoping, keep trying, keep giving! People who give will never be poor! - Anne Frank

Thank you,
Marilyn

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