Search by Keyword
Our religious school is committed to helping your child/children connect and identify with their Jewish heritage
Temple Sinai's religious school is guided by the values and ideals of Reform Judaism.
We believe experiencing and living our faith is the best way to learn about Judaism.
We encourage independent thinking while enhancing a positive sense of Jewish identity.
Our approach to learning centers around a relaxed atmosphere which respects the various needs of families. Under the leadership of our religious school principal our faculty is ready and eager to teach and learn with your child/children.
We understand your child/children is/are involved in many activities, school and their various interests. Being aware of those commitments and that many of our parents work, we are sensitive to your needs.
Our religious school meets one day a week: Sunday from 9:00AM-12:15PM.
We encourage families to enroll their child/children in religious by 3rd grade to help enrich their growing curiosity about religion.
During the year, our religious school classes participates in:
The first Friday of the month is our Family Shabbat Worship Service. Each month a different grade co-leads services with the Rabbi. A fun and lively play replaces a sermon, in which the students participate. All grades are encouraged to attend this service which is at 7:30 PM.
You child/children will:
The family of every child must be members of Temple Sinai. Every child must be registered as a student. Students new to our religious school will be placed in the grade appropriate for their level of knowledge. Usually, this grade is concurrent with their secular school grade.
Our religious school is augmented by the help and energies of our Parent’s Committee.
Parents who volunteer to be on this committee help our religious school function in many ways.
Religious School Principal: Lynn Rudin - email@example.com
Temple Sinai: A warm and friendly Reform congregation where all are welcome!
Through membership and participation in our community everyone has the opportunity to partake in worship, adult education, religious school, volunteering, hosting a simcha, and so much more:
Please see the links on the left for detailed information about Temple Sinai of Massapequa.
If you would like to make a contribution to help in what will prove to be
long-term disaster relief, please see the list below.
The organizations listed below are actively working on hurricane relief.
NECHAMA - Jewish Response to Disaster
Positively Furever Dog Rescue:
ZAKA International Rescue Unit
Disaster Chaplaincy Services:
Questionnaire for (prospective) college students & parents regarding the level of anti-Semitic activity on campus.
Temple Sinai was truly honored to host the Dramatic Reading of the Book of Job
Temple Sinai, our community and award-winning actors marked the 1-year anniversary of superstorm Sandy.
For membership information, please contact Asha at: firstname.lastname@example.org
As you know many of our congregants were very seriously damaged/affected by superstorm Sandy.