“For my house shall be a house of prayer for all people.”
Temple Sinai welcomes all, including individuals with disabilities and their families, to participate fully in the life of the congregation – in worship, study, programs, and leadership.
Disability touches each of us during the course of our lives. You may have a disability yourself. You may have a friend, colleague, or associate with a disability. You may be the parent, spouse, son, daughter, grandparent or other relative of someone who has a disability. You know that all of us benefit — as individuals, within our families, and as members of a vibrant congregation — from Temple Sinai’s commitment to accessibility and inclusion.
What can you do?
- If you or a family member has a need we are not meeting, please let us know.
- If you have ideas or expertise relevant to disability, or if you are simply interested in what we are doing to promote access and inclusion, please let us know.
- Support Jewish Disabilities Awareness Month each February
Join us. Talk to us. Educate us.
Email Executive Director Ellen Agler for assistance or to learn more about access and inclusion at Temple Sinai.