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High Holy Days 2020

Dear Sinai Family,  

With the health of our congregants foremost in mind and after thoughtful consideration, our staff and lay leadership have made the difficult but prudent decision to hold this year’s High Holy Day services virtually.  We would all have loved to spend the holiest days of the year together in our beautiful sanctuary, nevertheless, we determined this to be the safest and most appropriate course of action. With three months until the start of the new year, we will have ample time in which to create a meaningful virtual experience for our congregants.   
As Temple Sinai begins its fourth month of operating remotely, we have learned that our virtual services give us a greater opportunity to have more participation from our congregants.  In addition, our services are engaging and engender a closeness as a community. They are safe, convenient, inspiring, spiritually uplifting and easy to attend.  We have garnered attendance in our daily minyan Zoom services that is unprecedented.  It is with this same enthusiasm and attention to detail that we will proudly offer High Holy Day services that promise to meet and exceed the spiritual, inclusive and inspiring level that has always defined Temple Sinai of Hollywood. 
Click below you for the following information: 
Schedule of Zoom Services

Zoom Link Request Form

Children’s Zoom Service Information

Technology Assistance Flyer 
Mark your calendars!  Begin to feel the spirit of the High Holy Days on Saturday, September 12, 2020 at 8:15 p.m. by joining us for a Selichot service, setting the tone for the beauty of the Holy Days. 
We sincerely appreciate the support and understanding you continue to demonstrate as we navigate this unique and unprecedented year together.  We pray for the health and safety of our community and we look forward to the day when we can once again gather in person with our entire Temple Sinai family. 
We are still here for you and we are truly in this together. 

Wishing everyone well. 
Barry J. Greenberger President, Board of Governors 
Rabbi Gideon Goldenholz 
Rosanne Mendelowitz Executive Director 

Sun, November 29 2020 13 Kislev 5781