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Our Core Values

Mission Statement:  Temple Sinai is a Reform Jewish congregation dedicated to the spiritual fulfillment of its members. We value religious observance enhanced by Tikkun Olam (our obligation to repair the world), intellectual challenge, lifelong Jewish learning, and inspiring worship. Our welcoming community nurtures personal connections through active participation in vibrant synagogue life.

Commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion: Temple Sinai welcomes the full participation of all who seek a Jewish community. We invite those from a diverse spectrum of Jewish life, including people of color, multi-faith and interfaith people and families, Jews by Choice, single parents, single people, those differently-abled, and LGBTQ+ individuals and families.
 
  • We affirm that Torah is the foundation of Jewish life. 
  • We recognize the importance of communal prayer in creating and maintaining a vital Jewish community.
  • We are committed to lifelong Jewish learning and actively promote it for all our members.
  • We are a Temple community committed to our Youth.
  • We are committed to Tikun Olam - repair of the world.
  • We are linked by our covenant and unique history to Jews in every age and every place, in Israel and elsewhere.
  • We are committed to the ongoing viability and stability of the State of Israel, and to the security and safety of its citizens, residents and visitors. 
  • We are part of a broader community of both Jews and non-Jews, and we embrace cultural and religious pluralism as an expression of the vitality of our Temple community.
  • We are committed to providing a warm and welcoming, functional physical environment for the worship, study, socializing and for the support of the principles of Temple Sinai. 
  • Temple Sinai is a member of the Union for Reform Judaism 
  • Temple Sinai is a 501(c)3 tax exempt entity.  
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  • Temple Sinai's Constitution 

  • Temple Sinai's By-Laws

               
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