Today is August 18th, 2017 -
Avodah Seeking holiness in community through Jewish ritual and prayer
The worship experience at Sinai provides congregants and visitors a comfortable environment to meditate, sing and pray.
Temple Sinai is a spiritual home where Jewish ritual and prayer bring us to experiences of holiness and meaningful relationship with God, however we may understand or wrestle with our conceptions of God. Our creative and evocative communal and personal observances of Mitzvot such as Tefilah (prayer), Shabbat and Chagim (holidays), and other sacred rituals, lead each of us to a higher sense of self and community. In the spirit of Reform Judaism, we are open to re-examining, renewing and re-interpreting ancient and modern Jewish rituals, and our congregation encourages explorations of personal spirituality and Jewish spiritual growth.
Children of all ages (including babies!) are welcome at our services.
To learn more about a Shabbat service, and access text and sound files of Shabbat blessings, you can access them at the URJ website.