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High Holy Days:
Ushering in the New Year begins with Selichot. This evening of study and worship is held the Saturday night preceding Rosh HaShannah.
This is a time in which we spiritually begin to prepare ourselves for the awe of the coming High Holy Days.
Erev Rosh HaShannah: 8:00 PM.
Morning Rosh HaShannah: 10:00 AM.
When Rosh HaShannah does not fall on Shabbat, services are followed by Tashlich. As a community, we walk to the park at the end of Clocks Blvd, to cast off our wrong-doings of the previous year, using bread crumbs, song and prayer.
Our Family Rosh HaShannah service follows.
Erev Yom Kippur/Kol Nidre: 8:00 PM.
Morning Yom Kippur: 10:00 AM.
Our morning service is followed by our Family Service.
Afternoon services include: Mincha (afternoon service), Yizkor, Nehila, Havdalah and a community break-fast.
Members attend High Holy Day services at no charge. Friends or family members who belong to out-of-town Reform congregation may orship with us by having their home congregation notify us as to their membership.
Non-members and members with out-of-town family not affiliated with another Reform congregation may purchase guest tickets for a nominal charge.
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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:
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.
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As you know many of our congregants were very seriously damaged/affected by superstorm Sandy.