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Join us for a new monthly group for women and men wrestling with fertility issues.
Annual Pancake Breakfast
Get to know your Temple Sinai Staff, kick of the first day of Religious School and browse our Volunteer/Engagement Fair.

A message from Rabbi Brad

One of my favorite moments of any Shabbat service occurs toward the end, when we as a community, stand and, sometimes, skooch closer together for words of Kiddush. As we sanctify the fruit of the vine, we sing aloud these words, "Ki vanu vacahrta, v'otanu kidashta miko ha'amim..." I'm always taken by the moment, by that moment, for as we near the end of our service sanctifying Shabbat, our voices crescendo with the words, "For You, God, have chosen us, and You have made us holy among all peoples."

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