Mission, Vision, Values

Mission

Temple Sinai is a welcoming congregation of Reform Judaism focused on spirituality, learning, social interaction, and communal responsibility.

Vision

To provide and sustain an open and egalitarian community where each member matters. To inspire and motivate Jewish learning for all ages, kindle spiritual growth, nurture modern Jewish observance and love of Torah; and infuse tzedakah, social action, and support for the state of Israel. 

Values

Worship & Spirituality – We recognize that Jewish tradition connects us to both our Jewish past and present. We also recognize that spirituality can give us a deeper connection to Judaism. Through tradition, spirituality, and our connection with G-d, Torah, and Israel, we express our Judaism in meaningful ways.

Meaningful Education – We are committed to lifelong learning and the study of Torah. We value intellectual depth and sophistication in a quality Jewish education. 

Community & Connections – We provide quality opportunities for all members of our congregation to interact while building stronger connections with each other and throughout the community. We offer a variety of opportunities for our members to connect with one another.

Continual Reflection – As the needs of our congregation and the Jewish community change, Temple Sinai is committed to listening and evolving to make each congregant’s journey meaningful and relevant.

Tzedakah & Social Action – We believe in thoughtful giving and social action based on Jewish ethics, and are committed to improving the world.

Innovative Programming – We offer a variety of relevant, engaging and entertaining programs, services, and activities for all members of our congregation as well as the greater community.

 

Temple Sinai also places great value on Mental Wellness. We are actively working to make sure our space is inclusive and that we are offering opportunities to learn and avenues to connect with mental health support. To learn more about our Mental Wellness Initiative, visit our Mental Wellness page.

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