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Brotherhood

Brotherhood is a social group for the men of Temple Sinai. Programs vary from traditional Sunday morning Brotherhood breakfasts, and educational events, to outings to sporting events and scotch and craft beer tastings. Brotherhood members attend most events free or at significantly reduced rates and will be guaranteed a spot to participate in all events.

Upcoming Events

January 8: Brunch Series hosted by  Brotherhood  February 22: Brotherhood Speaker Series March 30: Men's Seder
January 15: Temple Sinai at the Atlanta Hawks March 5: Brunch Series hosted by Brotherhood  May 4: Brotherhood Poker 
February 4: Sinai Night at the AJFF March 16: March Madness  

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Sisterhood/Neshamot

Sisterhood/Neshamot is the community of women at Temple Sinai. The word Neshamot comes from the Hebrew word for "spirits or souls" and reflects our spirited, multifaceted, multi-generational approach to women's programming at Temple Sinai.  Under the guidance of our clergy, each program includes social gathering, learning and community building, while nurturing our sense of spirituality.

One of our signature programs is Rosh Chodesh, a social gathering held once a month, usually on Thursday evenings, at 6:30 pm. These programs are led by Rabbi Sam Shabman and Bunzl Family Cantorial Chair Beth Schafer and focus on Jewish study topics of interest to women. A light dinner is provided with social time to talk to friends and meet other Sinai women. Plan to attend these wonderful evenings for good company, delicious food and stimulating discussion!

Upcoming Programs

Sinai Night at the Film Festival

Social Action Sunday

February Rosh Chodesh

SIR: Women's Tea March Rosh Chodesh Matzah Throwdown
April Rosh Chodesh Closing Event May Rosh Chodesh


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What is ATID?

Interested in doing Jewish stuff?
Want to help shape the next generation of Jewish life?
Looking to connect with a bunch of other people who want to do the same?
Just curious?

Then ATID is for you!

ATID is a community of 20 and early 30-somethings from diverse backgrounds and perspectives who are looking to do Jewish in Atlanta.

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50s & 60s

This group of both married couples and singles, ages 50 and above, gathers periodically for fellowship, educational programming and fun events. Now that the kids are grown, join us for some fun.

For more information, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or (404) 252-3073.

Retirees & Seniors

Temple Sinai provides an educational and leisure time program for senior adults. Whether it's a play, concert, museum outing, speaker, or trip out of town, you are guaranteed an enjoyable time with Sinai's very active senior and retiree programming.

For more information, please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or (404) 252-3073.

Congregational Trips

Temple Sinai has offered congregational trips to Israel, Spain, Europe and Cuba.  The trips are reasonably priced and well attended. Our participants always come back with a greater sense of connection to our community. Upcoming trips include a 2015 trip to Cuba and a 2016 adult trip to New York City.

 View pictures of Sinai's recent adult & family trips to Israel.

Atidaynu Leadership Development

Strong Non-Profit organizations are built on the strength of the volunteers of their community. Temple Sinai is no exception! We are strong in so many areas due to the commitment and love that our members feel toward our congregation.

The Atidaynu program was developed several years ago with the mission of identifying future leaders within our congregation, and taking them through a journey of learning the various functions and specific culture of Temple Sinai. Class participants have an opportunity to meet and bond with many other members of Temple Sinai that they may have never met prior to the program. They also gain knowledge of the history of our Synagogue, examine how our Board of Trustees functions, become familiar with the many committees, and ultimately have a chance to experience a leadership role within the congregation.

Based on the success of our program, congregations from around the United States have begun modeling similar programs to build their future leadership, as well.

Atidaynu classes commence every other year. Please contact the Temple Sinai office at  404-252-3073  for more information.

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