Friday Evening Shabbat Services at 7:30 PM
A prayer service with music and poetry, warm interaction with attendees, an Oneg Shabbat following the service.
Saturday Morning Shabbat Service at 10:30 AM
Prayer service featuring a Torah reading, a brief Torah study, and a balance of traditional Hebrew prayers and English readings, using Mishkan T’filah, the new Reform prayer book. This service gives our children a great opportunity to apply what they are learning at Temple Sinai Religious School.  This service also offers the congregation the touching opportunity to witness our 7th/8th grade students become Bar/Bat Mitzvah and to welcome them as full members of the congregation.

Shabbat Live

“Shabbat Live”

 Spirited and upbeat musical service

With Temple Sinai Band and Adult Choir

Shabbat Live is an informal service featuring music, congregational participation and fun; great for the entire family. It’s an innovative Shabbat service where prayer is enhanced with musical instruments, beautiful melodies, and creative readings.  During the hour we are transported on a journey, moving from the chaos and pressures of the work week to the joy, rest and peace of Shabbat. Gathered together with community in prayer and song, we will lift one another beyond the cares of the week, its stresses and burdens, to the holy sanctuary in time that is the Shabbat. It is truly a magical evening. Bring your friends and come prepared to make new ones.

Shabbat Live Schedule 2016-2017:

7:30 pm on the following Friday evenings:

 December 16, 2016

 May 6, 2017, 2016




For more information contact Cantor Marina Shemesh



Tot Shabbat Services

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Join us for a warm, wonderful, family-friendly Tot Shabbat service

Once a month, Temple Sinai offers a fun, family-friendly Tot Shabbat or Tot Havdalah service. This service is designed for families with young children in first grade and younger. The service includes prayers, songs, stories and blessings, and introduces young children to Shabbat/Havdalah celebrations in a warm and nurturing environment.

The Tot Shabbat/Havdalah service begins at 5:30 pm, and is followed by a light dinner and socializing at 6:00 pm. All are welcome -- welcome to ECEP director Amy Damast at

Join us on the following Friday or Saturday evenings - September 11, October 2, November 14, December 4, January 8, February 6, March 74, April 1, May 13 and June 3.