Named the number one rabbi in America by Newsweek (2012)
Named one of the fifty most important Rabbis in America by Newsweek (2007-2012)
Named one of the 50 most influential Jews in the world by The Jerusalem Post (2012)
Named one of the one hundred most influential individuals in L.A. by Los Angeles Magazine (2006)
Named one of the hundred most influential Jews in the United States by the Forward (2003)
Recipient of the Hope Award from the Tower Cancer Research Foundation
Winner of a Rackower award for Jewish Journalism
Award for distinguished contribution from the Wellness Center.
Award for excellence in single commentary by the American Jewish Press Association (2005)
This Week's Torah Portion:
Friday Night Candle Lighting:
7:34p Havdalah (42 min):
Saturday, September 20th, 2014
Erev Rosh Hashana is on Wednesday, September 24th, 2014
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We are a member of the Federation of Jewish Men's Clubs. We aim to provide a framework within which men can broaden their knowledge and understanding of the history and values of our people and in which they can make tangible contributions of their talents and treasure in an environment of good fellowship.
Our goal at Sinai Temple is to create a Bar/Bat Mitzvah program that is a spiritual and religious experience counseling child and family to God, the Jewish people and to each other.
The Sinai Temple Israel Center is the first synagogue center that provides programmatic resources and avenues for Los Angeles Jewry to establish cultural, professional, spiritual, and economic ties to the land of Israel.
Sinai Temple's 20's & 30's Community
Torah in the Round regularly meets on the third Shabbat of the month, usually located in Kohn Chapel. We are ready to commit to Torah—through reflection, persistence, and study. Are you? Welcome to Torah in the Round!
A warm, traditional lay-led family friendly service. We meet weekly, beginning at 9:30am and finishing at 12 noon with a scrumptious kiddush. Come join our family!