Join us every Friday for a beautiful Shabbat experience. Services last about one hour and are followed by an Oneg Shabbat. During the summer months, Shabbat services are held outdoors and we begin with wine and cheese at 5:30 PM. Come as you are!
Intimate. At Sinai, you’ll be noticed. People will greet you and want to hear your story. Every member of the community is valued and essential. The relationship between congregants, rabbi, cantor and staff is a sacred partnership based upon mutual respect, shared Jewish commitment, and ongoing Jewish growth.
Inclusive. We welcome you from wherever you’ve come. At Sinai, you’ll find people who were born Jewish, converted to Judaism or are in an interfaith relationship; multi-cultural, multi-racial, and multi-ethnic families; and LBGTQ individuals, couples and families. We meet you where you are.
Innovative. Sinai is on the forefront of innovative change. We foster a culture where innovative risk taking is encouraged. This ensures Sinai will be a place where Judaism’s most cherished values find a foothold in today’s world and add a sense of meaning and a sense of purpose to our lives.
Intentional. Sinai serves as a warm and welcoming gathering place, a place to worship, to be inspired through music, to be challenged by life’s essential questions and to seek answers through learning and a commitment to a just and better world.
Rabbi: David Cohen
Rabbi Emeritus: Jay R. Brickman
Cantor: Richard Newman
Director of Education: Brian Avner
Director of Administration: Karen Berk
Director of Engagement: Jen Friedman
Co-Presidents: Nick & Janet Padway