Temple Sinai is holding close our Asian American and Pacific Islander congregants, friends and families in the aftermath of a year of increased racist abuse and the terrorist attack in Atlanta. As a multiracial community, we stand in solidarity against anti-Asian racism and bigotry and affirm our commitment to being an antiracist synagogue in both word and deed. Temple Sinai is a member of Communities United Against Hate.
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.
Temple Sinai is a congregation where members feel a strong sense of Jewish community; enjoy a personal connection with the temple and their clergy; are intellectually and spiritually engaged; are inspired, stimulated and challenged by the Reform Jewish tradition; and are building a strong foundation for the future. We are committed to undertaking transformational internal steps to affirm and enhance our identity as a multiracial Reform Jewish community.
Temple Sinai welcomes the participation of interfaith couples and families, and people of all abilities, backgrounds and sexual orientation.