In addition to Sisterhood, Men's Club, USY, and Kadima, we offer some other clubs you might be interested in joining. They are listed below.
Gift of Israel
Temple Sinai participates in a cooperative savings program, co-funded by member families, synagogues and the Jewish Federation (through AJA contributions). It helps strengthen Jewish identity by enabling post-Confirmation Religious School students to visit Israel on sponsored trips.
The Federation and Synagogue will each give a stipend of up to $150 for seven years ($1,050) towards an extended post-confirmation trip to Israel with groups such as USY, Ramah, and others. Each family who wants to participate also contributes by creating a savings account at Bank Hapoalim. Contributions usually begin when your child is in 3rd grade. If your child decides not to continue with Confirmation, your investment will be returned.
This is an excellent way to set aside funds so your child can visit Israel with other teens.
Contact Debra Broudy at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to sign-up.
Families With Young Children
Approximately every other month, parents with pre-schoolers (ages five and under) find companionship and conversation over Sunday breakfast while their children enjoy age-appropriate Jewish activities and crafts. These breakfasts are a wonderful relaxed way for you and your children to get to know others in the Synagogue.
For more information, please contact Rose Rose at 856 858-6953, or visit this page for more information.
For information contact Dorothy Minkoff at 856 829-6293.
The choir sings at High Holiday Services and at various other times during the year. We welcome both men and women, and prior experience is not required. Practices are on Thursday evenings at the Synagogue. We also participate in community choir events.
For more information contact or Arlene Salkin at 856 234-7226.
Book lovers meet on a scheduled basis in members' homes to discuss books with a Jewish theme by Jewish authors. There is a discussion leader and members select books for review. No dues are required, and any adult who enjoys a spirited discussion is welcome.
For information contact or Dorothy Minkoff at 856 829-6293.
Shofar Blowing Lessons
Each summer preparation for the High Holidays begins with a group getting together to learn and practice their Shofar blowing techniques.