Make a difference at the synagogue and perform mitzvot, good deeds.

G’milut Chasadim: Deeds of Loving Kindness

Through G’milut Chasadim, Temple Sinai Sisterhood performs “Deeds of Loving Kindness” for our Temple Sinai family. We perform kindnesses such as sending cards to those who are ill or sitting in one’s home to receive food trays during a funeral. Being a member of the Temple Sinai community means you always have a support team during both good and bad times. You can help by:

  • Informing us when you hear of a need in the congregation (ex. birth of baby, illness, death, etc.)
  • Placing your name on the list of members whom we may call on to help by possibly make a meal for one who is ill, etc. Call Millie Stern at 856 829-1204.

In the Kitchen

The kitchen is the heart of any home and spending time in one of Temple Sinai’s Kosher kitchens preparing trays and meals for activities like our Shabbat Dinners, Sunday morning brunches, or special events is a great time to get to know other members. Call Dorothy Minkoff 856 829-6293 or Diane Leibowitz 856 786-0345 to lend a hand in the kitchen. It’s also a good way to learn about Kashrut.

Ushering

Greeting people, whether congregants, potential congregants or guests, as they enter the Synagogue continues a tradition that is as old as Abraham. Ushers are needed at Friday evening and Saturday morning Shabbat Service as well as Holiday Services. Members take turns taking on the Mitzvah of Hachnasat Orchim, welcoming all who enter our house of worship. Each family is given the opportunity to usher at least one service a year. Usher duties are simple and mailed to you in advance of your scheduled duty. If you would like to be placed on the Usher schedule, contact Dorothy Minkoff at 856 829-6293.