SAVE THE DATE
TEMPLE SINAI GALA
WITH A SALUTE TO THE PAST,
WE STEP INTO THE FUTURE
April 11, 2015



Wednesday, March 4, 2015



















5:15 p.m.
Temple Sinai Celebrates Purim
A Special Purim Shpiel:
Into the Torah
followed by
Free Dinner



Friday, March 6, 2015
10:15 a.m.- Shabbat Service
In the Chapel
Rabbi Cohn:
“Askthe Rabbi.” An open question and
answer opportunity of pulpit - pew
converstaion.

Saturday, March 7, 2015
10:15 a.m.- Shabbat Service
In the Chapel
Torah Portion: Ki Tisa, Exod. 30:11- 34.35
Haftarah: I Kings 18:1-39

































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New Orleans, Louisiana
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Welcome to Temple Sinai!
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
has an historic tradition of serving the spiritual needs of its diverse  membership.  Our professional and lay leaders strive to create a congregation that seeks to be a spiritual presence in the lives of its members in order to help cultivate and satisfy their religious, musical, cultural, emotional and intellectual interests and needs.

      
Temple Sinai & Loyola University are proud to present a special performance of Felix Mendelssohn's great oratorio, Elijah, featuring internationally acclaimed New Orleans native and Loyola alum, Alfred Walker.  Click here for details and ticket information.

A Message From
Rabbi
Edward Paul Cohn