We’re here for you
Temple Sinai is here to celebrate with you during joyous occasions and to comfort you during times of sorrow. Our clergy and educators can help you choose a Hebrew name for your new son, design a baby-naming ceremony for your daughter, or plan a wedding that suits your family.
Almost every Shabbat during the school year we welcome young adults into the Jewish community celebrating their bar/bat mitzvah. Youth learn to understand the service and the Torah portion as well as learn to participate in the Shabbat service. Our inclusive community welcomes and accommodates learners with special needs.
Whether you are welcoming a baby, hosting a wedding or rejoicing at a bar/bat mitzvah, we encourage you to celebrate here. There are various rooms available for dinners and parties and several caterers to accommodate every event need.
At times of loss, our rabbis and cantors are present with families and officiate at funerals and memorial services. Temple has a reserved area at Pardes Chaim and an interfaith section at Lambton Hills Cemetery.
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Susan Zimmerman, Power of Posture
Usually, when I come to the Friday night services, Wheel-Trans picks me up so early that I have to sacrifice the lighting of candles, blessing and partaking of wine and bread, and I cannot eat a meal until Wheel-Trans gets me home, maybe as late as 10.00 p.m.
Thanks to the miracle of technology. I was able this week to light candles, have a lovely Friday night dinner and then tune in to the very beginning of Temple Sinai's wonderful 6.30 p.m. service at 8.00 p.m. Should I feel guilty that this frightful virus has brought me this blessing?
Carol Sevitt, Temple Sinai Ensemble Choir
Lisa and Eric Hoaken