Members of Temple
Sinai and friends observe
and share in life-cycle events during a Friday night service. In conjunctions with our Rabbi, this is a
joyous event to be shared with the entire community.
Rabbi Poticha is also available to officiate at your life-cycles events in your home or location of your choosing.
Temple Sinai: A warm and friendly Reform congregation where all are welcome!
Temple Sinai of Massapequa, a member of the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ) and the only Reform synagogue in Massapequa, is a warm and friendly, all inclusive congregation where all are welcome. Our members and friends have created a friendly community where all participate and commit to the future of Temple Sinai.
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:
Connect: see old friends and make new friends; Engage: connecting with our synagogue and neighborhood; Celebrate: observe Shabbat and Holidays.
Please see the links on the left for detailed information about Temple Sinai of Massapequa. Facebook page
TEMPLE SINAI: OPEN HEARTS - OPEN MINDS- OPEN DOORS
Due to COVID-19
Temple Sinai is offering Virtual Shabbat @ 7:30pm -
the joy of Shabbat worship from
the safety of your home on your computer or device.
If you would like to join us, or would like High Holy Day information
send your email request to: Temple Sinai
Stay Safe! We hope you are well.
Come celebrate Shabbat with us.
First Friday of every month: Family, Inclusive Shabbat @ 7:30pm
All other Shabbatot (except holiday observances) @ 8:00pm
BIKENYC WITH RABBI P for information: Temple Sinai of Massapequa Due to COVID-19 the NYC 5-Borough Bike Tour was cancelled.
Stayed tuned for next year's participation.
Bike into the future with Temple Sinai!
It was an honor to host & be in dialogue with
Professor Isma Chaudhry
from the Islamic Center of Long Island
during our Shabbat of Social Justice
As you know many of our congregants were very seriously damaged/affected by superstorm Sandy.
Our Temple Sinai building was also damaged.
Below is a list of individuals and organizations, beyond those of our own members, who contributed to our rebuilding and renewal.
These contributions were monetary or otherwise.
We are very grateful for their support.
Jerry & Linda Bernstein
Joel Harris (z"l)
Jay & Harriet Weintraub
Houses of Worship
Congregation Gates of Prayer, Metarie, LA
Presbyterian Community Church of Massapequa
Stephen Wise Free Synagogue, Manhattan, NY
Temple Emanuel, Kennsington, MD.
Temple Shalom, Naples, Fl.
Temple Shalom, Woodbury, NY
The Garden City Jewish Center, Garden City, NY
Westchester Reform Temple (Men's Club)
AJC – (American Jewish Committee)
CCAR (Central Conference of American Rabbis)
New York Board of Rabbis & Rabbi Joe Potasnik
URJ (Union for Reform Judaism)
Margot Leverett and the Klezmer Mountain Boys