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Annual Sisterhood Shabbaton Dinner

Annual Sisterhood Shabbaton Dinner

Get your tickets now to the 25th Annual Sisterhood Shabbaton Dinner! It's that time of year again! ​ Let​ Sisterhood serve up a delicious Shabbat Dinner surrounded by your loved ones and community, while you enjoy music throughout the evening and comedy entertainment to top things off!

Sinai Temple’s Community Shabbat Dinners and Musical Programs

Sinai Temple’s Community Shabbat Dinners and Musical Programs

January 22, 2016 / March 18, 2016 / May 20, 2016

$45 per person per dinner OR $115 for all three dinners!

Cantor Marcus Feldman one of the Top Five!

Cantor Marcus Feldman one of the Top Five!

Sinai Temple Clergy

Top Five of Soundtrack of Our Spirit: The 21 Jewish Voices That Move Us

Mazal Tov to our very own Cantor Marcus Feldman for being on the Top Five list on the Forward's '21 Jewish Voices That Move Us'. Nominated by Rabbi David Wolpe!

Join Cantor Marcus Feldman for the Sephardic Sounds & Sites of Spain

Join Cantor Marcus Feldman for the Sephardic Sounds & Sites of Spain

July 3-14, 2016

This amazing tour includes 3 nights in Barcelona, 4 nights in Madrid and 3 nights in Seville! Featuring concerts and special events created by the Cantors Assembly.

Teen Center

Teen Center

Sinai Temple

An exciting new program for 8th-12th graders. Through our diverse offering of Life Skill Courses, Chai School will give our teens the opportunity to learn invaluable life skills that will help them become a successful 21st Century Jew.

For more information contact Jenny Berg, Manager of Teen Programs at (310) 481-3232 or at jberg@sinaitemple.org.

Yahrzeit Plaque

Yahrzeit Plaque

Sinai Temple

Honor the sacred memory of your loved one with a perpetual engraved yahrzeit plaque.

For further information, please contact our Temple Administrator, Judy Begin at 310.481.3222 or jbegin@sinaitemple.org

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Rabbi Wolpe is now on Twitter @rabbiwolpe

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Sinai Temple is dedicated to providing a welcoming and caring community for its members, devoted to Jewish learning and support for Israel and the Jewish people, and committed to improving ourselves and the world through a growing relationship with God from generation to generation.
We are committed to the principles and values of Conservative Judaism and we welcome Jews of all backgrounds and affiliations to observe life cycle events, and pursue our mission through prayer, rituals, learning, music and the other gifts God has given us.




The High Holy Days are a period of great personal introspection, communal reflection, and envisioning our purpose for the year ahead. It is a time for us to define our aspirations for the kind of community that we wish to be. As we enter into 5776, please take a moment to hear from our Sinai Temple leadership on their Yom Kippur reflections for the new year.

Executive Director Howard Lesner's Kol Nidre Message

Sermon: “Kol Nidre: Forgiveness” by Rabbi David Wolpe.

Sermon: “Yom Kippur: Acceptance” by Rabbi David Wolpe.


Sinai Temple’s High Holy Days 5776 Schedule of Services & Service Venues


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David: The Divided Heart

Rabbi David Wolpe's new book

“David: The Divided Heart”

to be made into a movie by Warner Bros.


It’s the second David project in the works in Hollywood. Variety reported in July that Fox, Chernin Entertainment and Ridley Scott were developing a movie focusing on the King of Israel following the battle of David and Goliath.


The studio has optioned movie rights to the recently published book “David: The Divided Heart” by Rabbi David Wolpe. Warner Bros. and Gulfstream are co-financing the project’s development.


[...read more on Variety.com]


Read book review from The Wall Street Journal (Oct.31.2014)

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Sinai Temple welcomes Six13, an award winning Jewish a cappella group, on Saturday, February 13, 2016 at 7:30pm.

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