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 with the exception of Temple Sinai Nursery School programs and meetings. 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.

Services for Week Ending August 13

Friday, August 12

6:30 pm Shabbat Service
It’s Hebrew Calendar Love Day! Tu B’Av, the 15th day of the Hebrew month of Av, is the Jewish calendar equivalent of the modern secular Valentine’s Day. To celebrate, bring your whole family in comfy, casual clothes and spend a relaxing Shabbat evening full of music, stories, ice cream, and lots and lots of love. We’ll sing familiar melodies and share in both some beautiful prayer and some delicious frozen treats. Don’t miss it!

Join via Zoom (Webinar ID: 830 7713 3770)

Saturday, August 13

10:15 am Kaddish Minyan
Join us virtually or in person for a brief Shabbat morning service that provides those who are saying Kaddish an opportunity to be in community. This link is also for Torah Study beginning at 9:15 am.

Join via Zoom (Meeting ID: 860 6049 2918, Passcode: 20015)

Services for Week Ending August 20

Friday, August 19

6:30 pm Shabbat Service
Join us in person or virtually for our weekly Shabbat service.

Join via Zoom (Webinar ID: 830 7713 3770)

Saturday, August 20

10:30 am Kehillat Shabbat Service
Join us in person or virtually for our lay-led morning service. 

Join via Zoom (Meeting ID: 859 6115 1233, Passcode: 0mx9qP)

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

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