Led by Senior Rabbi Jonathan Roos, Assistant Rabbi Hannah Goldstein, Cantor Laura Croen and Cantorial Soloist Robyn Helzner. Temple Sinai, organized in 1951, has over 1,100 member families and is one of the largest Reform Jewish congregations in the Washington, DC area.
New members are always welcome at Temple Sinai. If you are interested in membership, please contact the temple for information and to arrange for a visit to our location on Military Road NW in Washington, DC.
The Temple Sinai community offers a great breadth of opportunities for participating in worship, programs, and services for all ages, as well as a remarkable Religious education program and NAEYC-accredited Nursery School.
The temple’s mission statement and core values incorporate the primary reasons members belong to Temple Sinai – ritual observance, Jewish education, tikkun olam (repairing the world), belonging to a Jewish community and concern for Israel as a Jewish homeland. Temple Sinai has a distinguished tradition in each of these areas, with our particular focus through the lens of Reform Judaism.
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The mission of Temple Sinai is to be a center for those who seek to develop and enhance their Jewish identity through worship of God, ritual life, education, social action, concern for Israel and communal involvement with an emphasis on the enduring Jewish values expressed by the Reform movement.
The Year Book is an excellent reference for all events and programs for this year at Temple Sinai.
An overview of the past year's accomplishments presented at the annual meeting in May 2014.
www.templesinaidc.org 3100 Military Rd NW Washington DC 20015 P: (202) 363-6394 F: (202) 363-6396
6:00 PM Prozdor (appetizers)6:30 PM Chanukah Shabbat Service with MMC playing7:30 PM Congregational Chanukah Dinner. RSVP here.
9:15 AM Torah Study with Rabbi Goldstein10:30 AM Kehillat Shabbat Service with Percussion followed by a Kiddush Luncheon5:30 PM Shabbat Mincha Service - Bat Mitzvah of Emma Eichenbaum