Worship

All are welcome to join us for services virtually or in person. Links for virtual participation are below. Temple Sinai does not require masks or proof of vaccination for anyone entering the temple. Read more.
Prayer Books
Unless otherwise noted, we will be using Mishkan T’filah as the prayer book for our services. You can follow along at home using the flipbook found here. We recommend having this on a second screen. 
 
Copies of Mishkan T’filah for use at home can be purchased from the TSWRJ Judaica Shop.

Shabbat Services

Friday, December 2

6:30 pm Shabbat Service
Join us in person or virtually for our weekly Shabbat service. 
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If the livestream link has no video, please try to join us via Zoom (Webinar ID: 830 7713 3770)

Saturday, December 3

10:30 am Kehillat Shabbat Service
Join us in person or virtually for our lay-led morning service.
Join via Zoom (Meeting ID: 832 3657 0092, Passcode: 226YqG)

 

10:30 am Shabbat Morning Service
We celebrate the Bar Mitzvah of Jacob Blane.
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If the livestream link has no video, please try to join us via Zoom (Webinar ID: 876 4710 4237).

 

5:30 pm Shabbat Mincha Service
We celebrate the Bar Mitzvah of Miles Bogoslaw.
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If the livestream link has no video, please try to join us via Zoom (Webinar ID: 878 6767 9321).

Having technical difficulties with virtual services? Check our Facebook page for information about any issues we might be having. 

Spiritual Recharge Shacharit with Rabbi Diamondstein

Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:30-9:00 am

Two mornings a week, Rabbi Diamondstein opens his Zoom room for 30 minutes so that we can all have a safe and quiet space to pray, meditate, wrap tefillin or don a tallit, and get back in touch with our souls. Whether you’re an experienced pray-er or a novice, come as you are and start your day with intentionality. For more on the ‘why’ of this new prayer space, check out Rabbi Diamondstein’s sermon on spiritual exhaustion.

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Join via Phone: (301) 715-8592
Meeting ID: 995 0184 3325
Passcode: ModehAni

Gun Violence Prevention Shabbat

Friday, December 9 at 6:30 pm
 

Join us for a special Shabbat service featuring a conversation with Steven Dettelbach, the new Director of the DOJ Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives, the first Senate-confirmed ATF Director since 2015. We will commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Sandy Hook shooting and welcome back our former security guard Tony Harris, who was injured in the Edmund Burke School shooting earlier this year.

During the GVP Shabbat Service we’ll also announce the release of “Turning Faith into Action: An Interfaith Toolkit to Engage the Faith Community on Gun Violence Prevention”.  This free, 120-page digital and hard copy Toolkit is the work product of the DC Area Interfaith Gun Violence Prevention Network, a coalition of active volunteers from over 40 area churches, synagogues and mosques who work together to prevent and reduce gun violence in the DMV area and nationwide. The Temple Sinai GVP group co-founded the Interfaith GVP Network in 2017 with the GVP Ministry of the Washington National Cathedral.

Joining us in person? The service will be followed by an oneg. No RSVP is required.

Joining us virtually? Join via Livestream
If the livestream link has no video, please try to join us via Zoom (Webinar ID: 830 7713 3770)

Chanukah

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