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About The B’racha Center
The B’racha Center engages the full community of Temple Sinai. We take care of one another through acts of mutual responsibility (ar’vut hadadit). Acts of love and kindness (g’milut chasadim) bring us to a space where our congregational members are comfortable to lend a helping hand to others and also to receive that help when it is needed. These acts reflect the beauty and power of our fundamental relationship with God and help us to create a life-affirming, sacred community (kehillah kedusha).
The B’racha Center is composed of many affinity groups that allow us to relate to others at similar stages of life or living with similar life situations — the 20s/30s Group, Interfaith Outreach, Choosing our Path (for recently converted Jews or those contemplating conversion), Empty Nesters, Grandparents of Interfaith Families, and Senior Adults. We welcome the stranger, celebrate simchas and reach out in support of one another when a need arises through caring acts. We have so much to offer. Please click on this link for more information about the B’racha Center individual groups that make up the B’racha Center.
Watch the Website calendar, Doorways, the monthly Program Guide and our weekly email, This Week at Sinai, for B’racha Center activities and events.
About Making Connections (PDF)
from September-October 2010
About Ways to Volunteer (PDF)
from November-December 2010