“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.
Contact Karen Auerbach at email@example.com or (202) 363-6394 for assistance or to learn more about access and inclusion at Temple Sinai.