Welcome to Temple Sinai
We are a warm, dynamic Reform Jewish congregation that welcomes members from all religious backgrounds and all phases of life. Our Temple Sinai is our home, and now it reaches out to you at your home, as we become a virtual community.

Alternative Gift Market/ Mitzvah Mall


Join us at our Biennial Event on Sunday, November 16, 2014
9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Temple Sinai’s Social Hall

Donations to charitable organizations make wonderful alternatives to traditional gifts! Perfect for family, friends, teachers, and associates.

If you can’t attend, please click here to see the organizations we are supporting and to donate online.

For further information, or interest in helping out contact Sally Lebwohl

Sponsored by Christ Church, Fountain Baptist and Temple Sinai’s Social Action Committee 

Early Childhood Education Program (ECEP)Our Early Childhood Education Program (ECEP) is now on the Web. Click Here
Registration has begun for the 2014-2015 school year. Openings available in the 2- and 3-year-old classes.


Join Us on January 24, 2015

To Honor

Rabbi Stuart Gershon, D.D.

For 20 Years of Service to Our Community and 25 Years in the Rabbinate

The Stone House
50 Stirling Road
Warren, New Jersey 07059

For further information,
call 908-273-4921

Invitation to Follow

Click here for more information including opportunities to donate to the Tribute Journal

Life Long Learning - Lunch and Learn

Sunday, November 23, 2014
1:15 PM

"Jews in the New Golden Age of Television"

Nora Lee Mandel

“The New Golden Age of Television” began January 1999 with “The Sopranos”, when TV fiction writers and directors started breaking boundaries with anti-heroes, sex, violence, diversity, and daring subjects, starting on premium cable, then influencing the medium and audiences everywhere.  They also brought new Jewish characters to the small screen, from “Entourage” to “Girls”, “Glee” to “Big Bang Theory”, and more.  Spoiler alert: how post-millennial TV does – or does not-- challenge stereotypes to be good for the Jews or bad for the Jews. 

Nora Lee Mandel is a member of New York Film Critics Online and the Alliance of Women Film Journalists.  Her film and television reviews have appeared on http://www.film-forward.com and  http://filmfestivaltraveler.com/, in Lilith magazine, and the New Hampshire Jewish Reporter. 

Lunch at 1:15pm and Presentation at 1:45pm  

A donation for lunch of $5.00 for Temple Sinai Members ($10.00 for non-members) is requested.  

Please RSVP to office@templesinainj.org by November 19, 2014 Temple


Did you know that Rabbi Gershon has his own Blog?

Check it out and make sure to follow his blog by clicking "Follow" in the lower right corner of his page.



Click the links below to review all the events at Temple Sinai as described in our weekly E-Bulletin

Current Issue - 09/02/2014


Services This Week at Temple Sinai

Friday, November 21, 2014
7:30pm - Shabbat Evening Service

Saturday, November 22, 2014
8:30am - Sharing Shabbat Service
10:30am - Shabbat Service - Bar Mitzvah of Justin Weiss


Friday night services start at 7:30 pm.
Saturday Morning Sharing Shabbat Service are at 8:30 am.
Bar/Bat Mitzvah Services are on Saturday at 10:30 am.

Click to go to the web-calendar to see all scheduled events

Temple Sinai's Live Streaming

Temple Sinai is delighted to offer live video streaming of periodic Shabbat and holiday services in our beautiful sanctuary, along with selected special events.

If you are unable to physically attend services at Temple Sinai, our video stream will allow you to stay connected and watch services from your home on your computer, or on your mobile device.

Watch below or click here to open in a new page


Click here to make on-line Donations and/or Payments to Temple Sinai.