Chanukah begins Sunday, November 28. Come celebrate with us!

Happy Chanukah!

Chanukah begins Sunday, November 28. Come celebrate with us!
Click here for Chanukah blessings to use at home.
“When the sun goes down….” on Sunday, November 28th, its time to celebrate Chanukah! Start practicing your TikTok dances*, break out your festive sweaters, because Temple Sinai can’t wait to celebrate the festival of lights with you! We have programs for all ages planned this year. Check out details below.
* This year’s Chanukah video inspired by the viral TikTok sensation “Neon Moon”

Chanukah Shabbat

Friday, December 3 at 6:30 pm

Join us in person or virtually to celebrate Shabbat and Chanukah! On Chanukah, we are meant to share our light so we welcome you to a special service and menorah lighting. Bring your own menorah, wear your Chanukah gear, and join us as we sing, pray, eat and celebrate the miracles of Chanukah together.

Members of ALL AGES* are welcome to join us inside for Shabbat Chanukah. The service will feature Chanukah music led by the temple band, MMC.

Warm drinks, sufganiyot and snacks will be available on the tented patio beginning at 6:00pm. More comfortable staying outside? We’ll be holding the service in the social hall, and we’ll keep the doors open so that you join us from the tent! And, we will be setting up chairs in the social hall with lots of room to spread out (for safety purposes…and for dancing purposes!)

* Please bring proof of vaccination if you are eligible. For this evening only, negative PCR tests are not required for children under 12. We are eager to gather our intergenerational community for this Chanukah celebration, so we will be using our religious school COVID protocols for this Shabbat service only. All attendees must remain masked at all times and family groups will be distanced throughout the social hall.

RSVP to join in person

Click to join via Zoom (Meeting ID: 824 9923 7955, Passcode: puw3Ku)

More Ways to Celebrate

Have your chanukiah handy and join us throughout Chanukah! 

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