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Programs & Committees

Temple Sinai committees are open to all interested members. Please contact the committee chair to find out the time and place of the next meeting.
For those who love to sing, learn Jewish music, meet other temple congregants, and have fun, Temple Sinai has a choir for you.
An organization of Temple Sinai men for the purpose of developing a community spirit of social action and personal enjoyment.
A group of Temple Sinai congregants whose goal it is to comfort in times of sadness; provide support in times of need and celebrate in times of joy.
Acts as a resource to facilitate internal communications between members and external communications to the public.
Raises funds for Temple Sinai through a broad range of activities.
Lifelong Learning Committee
Provides Jewish educational programs to congregants.
The Membership Committee introduces prospective members to Temple Sinai, communicates with present members about ongoing needs, and facilitates programs for the benefit of all members.
Religious School Committee
Oversees the Religious School and all policy with respect to curriculum and other school matters as may be appropriate.
Renaissance Group
Membership is open to any congregant age forty-nine or older. This is a fun-loving group that pursues a variety of activities, including trips and educational experiences.
Ritual Committee
A diverse group of congregants who work with the Rabbi and Cantor to foster a Reform Jewish spiritual life for Temple Sinai.
An organization whose primary mission is to create, strengthen and sustain relationships among the women of Temple Sinai.
Social Action
Temple Sinai promotes, facilitates and shares in diverse social action activities in response to the core principle of Jewish ethics: Tikkun Olam - mending the world.