Today is July 23rd, 2017 -
Temple Sinai is affiliated with the organizations below. For more information on them, click on the links below.
Combined Jewish Philanthropies, or CJP , which serves Boston’s Jewish community, is the country’s oldest Jewish philanthropy, in existence for over 100 years.
Union for Reform Judaism, or URJ , is the central body of the Reform Judaism in North America, with more than 900 member congregations, including Temple Sinai.
ARZA, the Association of Reform Zionists of America, is the Zionist arm and voice of the Reform movement in the United States. It endeavors to make Israel fundamental to the sacred lives and Jewish identity of Reform Jews. ARZA champions activities that further enhance Israel as a pluralistic, just and democratic Jewish state.
Family Table, Greater Boston’s Jewish Food Pantry. is a communal response to Jewish communities who cannot afford the basic necessities of life.
The Synagogue Council of Massachusetts (SCM), representing 120 Conservative, Orthodox, Reform, Reconstructionist and independent member congregations, is a central organization which addresses a broad spectrum of religious Jewish needs and ideologies.
Mayyim Hayyim Living Waters Community Mikveh and Education Center is an intimate and unique center for Jewish spirituality and learning.
Eisner Camp and Crane Lake Camp, a program of the URJ, are two Jewish summer camps located in the Berkshires.