Temple Sinai is a caring spiritual community, rooted in Reform Jewish practice and values. Acceptance, respect, and connection are at the foundation of our inclusive congregation. We embrace the rich diversity of race, ethnicity and sexual orientation of our members and fully welcome our interfaith families.

We are a community committed to study (Torah), worship (Avodah) and acts of loving kindness (Gemilut Hasidim) in an effort to become closer to God. Our congregation is engaged in formal and informal learning at all stages of life for the purpose of creating a robust and progressive Jewish identity. Our worship is joyful, participatory and filled with music to uplift the soul. Our emphasis on repairing the world (Tikkun Olam) connects us to our own community, to Israel and to the larger world through volunteerism and social activism.

We provide the spiritual, educational and communal opportunities to learn, lead and grow our Jewish practice within the context of a vibrant congregation that passes its experience from generation to generation.