Phase 1 of our renovations was completed in Fall 2021:
The renovated sanctuary including new comfortable and flexible seating, improved recessed lighting
The renovated bimah includes a lowered and extended bimah and ramps on either side for improved accessibility
The renovated foyer including new flooring and retractable walls to extend the sanctuary when needed
The renovated social hall including new flooring and storage space on either side
Two newly constructed family bathrooms located off the back of the social hall
Interior of the new family bathrooms
Watch the video playback of our February 6, 2022 Phase 2 Renovation & Expansion Plan Information Session:
WE HAVE LAUNCHED A $12,000,000 CAPITAL CAMPAIGN TO. . .
…Improve our Facilities
To meet the needs of our members for Shabbat and holiday services, lifecycle events, learning, and community-gathering, we need flexible spaces that match Torah and the Jewish calendar to members’ lives and create a binding sense of community.
…Support our Clergy and Programs
One of Temple Sinai’s core values is that our members experience a personal connection to the clergy and to each other.
Our Challenge and Opportunity
Today, we are a community of over 1,200 member families who worship, study and teach, celebrate life-cycle milestones, comfort the bereaved, meet for community events—and welcome all who wish to join us. We have been committed to living Jewish lives guided by Torah and modernity with dynamic clergy, powerful social action efforts, and outstanding Jewish education programs for nearly 70 years. As a result, Temple Sinai is bursting at the seams! Join us in shaping the future of Temple Sinai so that we can remain a center of Jewish life for years to come.
“If I am not for myself, who will be for me?
If I am only for myself, what am I?
If not now, when?”
-Hillel the Elder in Pirkei Avot 1:14
Rabbi Fred Reiner
Naomi Camper & Andrew Engel
Campaign Executive Committee
Cornerstone Division Co-Chairs
Elaine Binder & Richard Binder
Board Division Co-Chairs
Sue Fratkin, Nancy Golding, & Seth Speyer
Congregation Division Co-Chairs
Matthew Frumin, Deborah Jaffe, Kenneth Jaffe, & Aaron Panner