Sukkot at Temple Sinai

Sunday, Sept 27, 10:15 am
Decorate the Sanctuary Succah

Sukkot Under the Stars
6:30 pm Each Evening Under the Succah
on St. Charles Avenue

Sunday, September 27th
Hosted by Temple Sinai Brotherhood

Monday September 28th
Hosted by Temple Sinai Sisterhood

Tuesday September 29th
Families are Hosted
by the Dodd and Gold Families
Wednesday September 30th 
Ann Kientz hosts adults wishing to enjoy
some Sukkot text study.
Beginners are welcome.
Thursday October 1st
Carla & Adam Jacob Host
our younger adults

Friday, October 2, 2015
6:15 pm - Shabbat Eve Service
Simchat Torah Service
Rabbi Edward Paul Cohn:
“ The Walking, Talking, Torah”

Saturday,October 3, 2015
10:15 am - Shabbat Morning Service
Bat Mitzvah of Hannah Mendler
Torah Portion: Exod. 33:12- 34:26

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Founded in 1870, We are the largest congregation in the State of Louisiana and the oldest Reform one. Temple Sinai is proud of our history of inspired rabbinic leadership committed to Tikkun Olam.  The Congregation
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Edward Paul Cohn
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Union for Reform Judaism