Sinai Connections

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Pursue a passion. Seize an opportunity. Discover your next connection!

Create and participate in common interest groups with fellow Temple members.

Join us!

 

  • Do you play Canasta, or have you been hoping to learn the game?

    Well, now your dream may become a reality! We have an opportunity to come together, as Temple Sinai members, to learn and play Canasta and to meet and get to know one another.

     

  • Put your tiles on the table! The game that originated in China has come to Temple Sinai. Don’t miss out on an afternoon of intrigue and fun. Make your next move a Mahjongg Connection.

     

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    Stitch by Stitch
    Temple Sinai Stitchers Make Beautiful Connections

    Are you a knitter? Have you ever been a knitter? Or have you been thinking of starting? Sinai Connections has launched its next initiative. Let’s meet, have a coffee, get to know other Temple members and start knitting — together.

    bunny1 webWe began our connections with the intention of knitting together — either to learn or to help others or to just come and create something that would be appreciated by others.

    Initially we gathered as individuals, but our relationships, enthusiasm and determination have allowed us to tackle more projects. We started knitting stuffed dolls — perfect baby gifts — for which we suggest a minimum $18 contribution. (People are usually far more generous.) We are also knitting patchwork baby blankets and adult throws.

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    And then we knitted hats for the IDF. The Israel Committee helped us with a start-up donation. We quickly found that donations of needles and yarn were arriving, so we started to knit scarves and hats for the homeless in our greater community and for youth at a community youth shelter. We concentrated on these projects for many months and have already sent over many hats to Israel for the IDF and our hats and scarves went on the Ve’ahavta van for distribution.

    From our group, different leaders have emerged with the excitement of different projects. We hope our enthusiasm will inspire others.

    Temple Sinai Stitchers is truly an example of one of our successful Sinai Connections. Are you interested in something dear to your heart? Contact us.

     

     

     

  • Vous parlez français et avez envie d’échanger?
    Whether you speak French fluently or are looking for an opportunity to practice and improve your French join the conversation, socialize, meet other Temple members and connect in French.

  • Curling Connections

    Temple Sinai’s Curling Connection is in full swing! We have ice time and teams. Rocks will be thrown and ice will be swept.

    Curling is one of the most popular sports in Canada! It is a game of intriguing strategy that can be played by people of all ages. It’s a great way to meet new people and stay active.

    If you would like to join us, no experience is necessary; only enthusiasm to meet your fellow Temple community members and have some fun together is needed.


    First-Time Parents

    Are you expecting your first child? Do you know someone in our Temple community who is? Bringing a child into your family is an exciting and significant life event. Share your experiences with our new group of first-time expectant — pregnant or adopting — parents.


     

     

    Sinai Lawyers

    We’re well prepared to hold court. Many of us have ventured into the field of law. We spread across the GTA in various fields, both private and public. We share a passion for justice. Our opening lunch and learn included a teaching by Lorne Sossin, Dean of Osgood Law, on the fusion of Judaism and law.


    Spanish Speaking Sinai Connection

    Our lives are all about connections and interactions with people, our family, friends or those around us; however, sometimes it is hard to find the time or the venue to connect.

    On November 9, I “connected” with other Spanish speaking members of Temple, as part of the Sinai Connections project.

    Most of us moved to Canada and have that in common. Some were born here but shared the language. It was amazing, by just that shared connection, how a room full of strangers could feel like a room full of friends. Conversations started right away, stories were shared, and food was enjoyed, delicious food from many different parts of Latin America! Plans are already on the way for our next meeting and hopefully many more after that.

    I applaud Temple’s initiative to find shared connections within the community. Connecting doesn’t seem so hard anymore. — Debbie Gaysinsky

     


    Yiddish

    You are invited to speak a bissel Yiddish with us on Sunday mornings.We hope to deepen the relationships that you make within our Temple Community.Practice what you already know or learn new words in a supportive, fun environment.We hope you will join us for many lively,friendly get-togethers.

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Sinai Connections is all about bringing our Temple family closer together. If you would like to be part of any of these existing groups or have an idea that will bring our Temple family closer together, please contact us.

OUR TEAM

Rabbi Daniel Mikelberg

Rabbi Daniel Mikelberg
rabbimikelberg@templesinai.net

Marcie Goldberg

Marcie Goldberg
Programming Coordinator
marcie@templesinai.net

Sinai Connections FORM