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Counting the Omer

The Omer should be counted every night after nightfall, beginning on the second night of Passover and ending on the night before Shavuot.

How to Count the Omer

Rabbi Hugh Seid-Valencia: Jewish Values and Hospice Care

Sunday, April 26
10:00 am - 12:00 pm 

Join Rabbi Seid-Valencia for the secondof two sessions addressing topics of end-of-life care from the Jewish perspective:An introduction to Jewish texts and values supporting the decision to seek appropriate hospice care. All community members welcome. Free. No RSVP necessary.

Professor Jon Levitow: Yiddish Today

Sunday, May 3
10:00 am - 12:00 pm

What accounts for the persistence of Yiddish expressions now that most Jews have ceased speaking the language on a daily basis? Where does Yiddish stand nowadays? Who speaks it, who studies it, and why? What is Yiddish, really, and how can it survive in a world where the vast majority of Jews have long since chosen Hebrew or English? Join us for this update “from the trenches” on Yiddish in the contemporary world, and learn a little Yiddish too!

Learn About This Season's "Other" Holidays:

Yom HaShoah, Yom Hazikaron, Yom Ha'atzmaut, Lag B'Omer, and Yom Yerushalayim






Nursery School students

Sinai Nursery School


We offer a quality developmental program in a small, nurturing environment.

At Sinai, our children are encouraged to explore, discover and create together.

Annual Meeting 2015

Sunday, May 17
10:30 am

This year's meeting will include the following highlights: 

  • “State of the Shul” address presented by President Joseph Kulakofsky
  • “Volunteer of the Heart” awards for this year's exceptional volunteers
  • Presentation of the budget for the fiscal year 2015-2016 and congregational vote to approve. A summary of the budget will be distributed at the meeting; a complete version will be available at the meeting for congregational review.
  • Presentation of the 2015-2016 Slate of the Board of Directors and congregational vote to approve

VOTE MERCAZ Slate #2 in the World Zionist Congress

Increase the voice of Conservative / Masorti Judaism in the World Zionist Congress to be held in Jerusalem. Vote MERCAZ, Slate #2 in the election [$10 fee to the election company; $5 for those ages 18-30]. 


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