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Annual Toy Drive is On!

The Annual Toy Drive is on! We are collecting NEW and UNWRAPPED toys for children toddler through 17 years of age now through December 17th! All toys will be delivered to the Achievement Center in Delray Beach and donated in memorial for Ellen Saposnik-z”l who dedicated years of service to both Temple Sinai and the Achievement Center before her passing.

Grade 7 decorated a collection box that is in the foyer of the Main Office. Please drop off your donated toys on Sunday December 10th or December 17th (and any day in between).

Thank you for your generosity!



Hanukkah Fun in December!

Join us on Friday, 12/15, 7:30 pm for our annual Hanukkah Family Service. Bring your channukiah and candles a join us for a communal lighting prior to the service. We will have lots of song during the service and fun with dreidle games for prizes (including gift cards and more!) at the oneg afterward…latkes and applesauce too of course! RSVP for the Sisterhood-sponsored dinner at 6 pm before the service (Call the TS Office at 561-276-6161, x157 to RSVP; $6/kids 5-16 yrs, $12/adults and kids over 16yrs, $15 non-member adults).

On Sunday, 12/17, our Progressive Hanukkah Sunday will include games, art, storytelling, and soofganiyot (jelly donuts!).

Religious School Reopens This Sunday 9/17 at 9:30 am!

Parents, come join us for a 20 minute opening session in the Sanctuary and then stay to re-register your child(ren) while they begin school with their teachers and friends from last year.

Our Hebrew focus is on review/refresher games and our Judaics focus is on the High Holy Days coming up next week.

The building is open, AC is working, classrooms are refreshed, and we’ve got lots to do!

Confirmation class with Rabbi Aviva Bass begins this Sunday at 10 am as well. Join us and bring a friend!

Temple Sinai Has Reopened

Post-Irma Update:
While there is a curfew in PBC from 10 pm to 6 am, if you are able to leave your home, Temple Sinai has power and AC and has reopened. Friday evening and Saturday morning services resume this week as well. Join us in our gratitude for the blessings of health, safety, family, friendship, and good neighbors. A notification regarding religious school is forthcoming.