Temple Sinai Congregation of Toronto

Life Cycles

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.

QUESTIONS?
CONTACT US

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Yael Scutaru
Office Manager/Assistant to Rabbi Michael Dolgin and Executive Director, Rayner Conway

yael@templesinai.net
416.487.4161 ext. 234

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As a Saturday Library volunteer, I have rekindled so many “old” friendships from school, politics and the community. Temple Sinai has become dynamic this past twenty years—diverse opinions, challenges for our younger members, shared programs that delight young and older members and a rabbi who is “with it”. On their way to the sanctuary, members pass the library, where meeting and greeting is much fun. It’s been over 30 years of just saying “hello”.

Patricia Starr, Lewis David Katzman Library

Temple Sinai Congregation of Toronto
2020-07-03T15:44:37-04:00

Patricia Starr, Lewis David Katzman Library

As a Saturday Library volunteer, I have rekindled so many “old” friendships from school, politics and the community. Temple Sinai has become dynamic this past twenty years—diverse opinions, challenges for our younger members, shared programs that delight young and older members and a rabbi who is “with it”. On their way to the sanctuary, members pass the library, where meeting and greeting is much fun. It’s been over 30 years of just saying “hello”.
After hearing about the positive experiences of some friends and family with the ShinShinim program, we decided to respond to Temple’s call for volunteer families and take advantage of the opportunity to host a shinshin. I would strongly encourage anyone who is interested in taking part in this program to do so. It was a very rewarding experience for both us and our children.

Adit Margaliot & Jason Atlas

Temple Sinai Congregation of Toronto
2020-07-03T15:59:39-04:00

Adit Margaliot & Jason Atlas

After hearing about the positive experiences of some friends and family with the ShinShinim program, we decided to respond to Temple’s call for volunteer families and take advantage of the opportunity to host a shinshin. I would strongly encourage anyone who is interested in taking part in this program to do so. It was a very rewarding experience for both us and our children.
My experience with three-year-old Sulha, at Save A Child’s Heart, was amazing. Even though she was not Jewish and did not speak English, we still had an incredible time together. It helps children around the world get the needed heart surgery that they cannot receive in their home country.

Jaclyn

Temple Sinai Congregation of Toronto
2020-07-03T16:16:56-04:00

Jaclyn

My experience with three-year-old Sulha, at Save A Child’s Heart, was amazing. Even though she was not Jewish and did not speak English, we still had an incredible time together. It helps children around the world get the needed heart surgery that they cannot receive in their home country.
Spanish Connections gave me the opportunity to meet a variety of terrific people. I feel part of a community that resonates with me and my family. It has led me to become more involved in the synagogue’s many events.

Alex Israel, Spanish Connections

Temple Sinai Congregation of Toronto
2020-07-03T15:45:22-04:00

Alex Israel, Spanish Connections

Spanish Connections gave me the opportunity to meet a variety of terrific people. I feel part of a community that resonates with me and my family. It has led me to become more involved in the synagogue’s many events.
At Temple Sinai, I have met a lot of amazing people and made many new friends. Temple provides a great learning experience, whether it is learning about Jewish life, volunteering or working.

Aaron, Grade 9

Temple Sinai Congregation of Toronto
2020-07-03T16:00:53-04:00

Aaron, Grade 9

At Temple Sinai, I have met a lot of amazing people and made many new friends. Temple provides a great learning experience, whether it is learning about Jewish life, volunteering or working.
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