Temple Sinai Congregation of Toronto

Welcome to Temple Sinai
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Worship

FRIDAY
Kabbalat Shabbat

Prelude Music at 6.15 p.m.
Service at 6.30 p.m.

SATURDAY
Shabbat Morning Service

Prelude Music at 9.45 a.m.
Service at 10.00 a.m.

Shabbat morning services are live-streamed from our Sanctuary with our service leaders. We invite our congregation to join us online.

CHEVRAT TORAH
Chevrat Torah Study

Saturdays at 12.00 p.m.

BOKER TOV

Sundays to Fridays at 8.30 a.m.

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Come Together at Temple Sinai: Membership and High Holy Days

For nearly 70 years, Temple Sinai has been recognized as one of the most vibrant and innovative Jewish congregations in the Toronto area. Today, that legacy continues with our welcoming and inclusive approach to building community, which is firmly rooted in Jewish tradition. Your renewed commitment to our community is greatly appreciated.

Temple Sinai is more than a synagogue community; it is your spiritual home. We are welcoming all of our members back with the sound of the shofar. 

It’s time to renew our connection to Temple Sinai and to each other. It’s time to Come Together.

Linking Lives: Connecting to Sinai

With all of its offerings, Temple Sinai will quickly become one of your favourite destinations in Toronto. There are many inviting spiritual connections and dynamic educational opportunities, and Temple Sinai is full of excitement at every turn!

We are passionate about your Jewish journey and want to inspire a love of lifelong learning, community and tradition. Discover the amazing connections that you can make with us online.

Sinai Connections
In-Person Services
In-Person Services
Community Preschool

Upcoming Programs

Adult Engagement

IN-PERSON AND VIRTUAL

Being a Jewish Parent
The Balancing Act: Being a Jewish Parent

Parenting young children, while often a blessing, can sometimes be an isolating experience. Now and then, we all need to talk to another grown-up. This course was created in partnership between Project Zug and Kveller to offer parents a way to meet and connect (digitally, or in person) through exploring what it means to be a Jewish parent.

This 4-session course uses text-study as a mode to explore the multiple demands and values that are constantly tugging at Jewish parents. What from your own parent(s) are you trying to pass on to your kids? When should you prioritize yourself over your kids? What does it meant to raise a child as Jewish?

Money and Power

Money and Power introduces tricky dynamics and complicated moral questions into professional and personal relationships. In this session, we’ll be exploring the effects of influence and how Jewish sources might advise us to respond when navigating relationships with power imbalances. 

We’ll explore questions like: when do we speak up and when do we stay silent? When do we speak truth to power and when do we flatter to avoid conflict? What moral standards should we require from those in power and what happens when they fail to meet those standards? 

Our Caring Community

We are here for you!

Let us know about what is happening in your life, so we can support and celebrate with you. Connect with us at 416.487.4161 or info@templesinai.net

Emergency Phone
If you are experiencing an after-hours life-cycle emergency, please leave a message at 437.243.6301.