• The Midrash Center for Jewish Learning

    The mission of The Midrash Center for Jewish Learning of Temple Sinai is to provide Jewish learning for all members of our Temple community, no matter their age, abilities or background. 

  • The B'racha Center for Jewish Connections

    The B’racha Center for Jewish Connections is committed to helping those within our sacred community find friendship and support.

  • The Neshama Center for Jewish Spirituality

    The Neshama Center for Jewish Spirituality invites Reform Jews to engage in a dialogue with the sources of our tradition, responding out of our knowledge, our experience, and our faith to find kedusha (holiness).

  • Tikkun Olam Center for Jewish Social Justice

    The Tikkun Olam Center for Jewish Social Justice provides the means for all our members to engage in social activism as a central, defining characteristic of Reform Judaism through social action, advocacy, and respectful discourse.

News

We are excited to announce that we have a new cantor! Learn more about Cantor Berman here.

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Tabs

Join us every Friday evening in July for our "Welcome Rabbi Gorban" onegs!  All July services begin at 7pm with an oneg to follow.

Welcome Rabbi Gorban with us!

Please join us in welcoming Rabbi Gorban and showing her our hospitality at the following onegs after Shabbat services:

Friday, July 10-Sponsored by the B'racha Center

Friday, July 17-Sponsored by the Tikkun Olam Center

Friday, July 25-Sponsored by Brotherhood

Friday, July 31-Sponsored by Women of Temple Sinai

All services begin at 7pm.  For more information, please view our temple calendar.

Brucha Haba'ah

Rabbi Keren Gorban has arrived, and we are so happy to welcome our new Associate Rabbi! Join us for Erev Shabbat (Friday night) services and oneg (refreshments), a Cafe Sinai, or just drop by and say hello!!  Read Rabbi Gorban's first sermon

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Temple Sinai is a Reform Jewish congregation in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh, affiliated with the Union for Reform Judaism.

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Our mission is to enhance and transform each other through spiritual connection, learning, and acts of love and kindness for each other and our community.

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