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Temple Sinai Happenings – September 25, 2020




The Temple Sinai Happenings


The times and links in the service listing toward the bottom of this page were changed. Please see our YouTube channel for links to the service videos.

 Join us for Shabbat






Zoom ID# 8678904477



Tonight, Friday, September 25

6:30 PM Schmooze, 7:00 Shabbat Services

with Rabbi Perice


YAHRZEITS will be read for the following people:

  • Raphael Abrams, father of Bonnie Silver
  • Sandra Beluch, sister of Lou Weiner
  • Philip Demp, husband of Joan Demp
  • Pearlie Goldberg, mother-in-law of Susan Goldberg
  • Claire Kramer, mother of Barbara Coleman
  • Oscar Spigler, grandfather of Jamie Figiel
  • Ira Stern, brother of Joyce Cohen

Our hearts go out to the Fineblum Family on the passing of Selma Cutler, mother of Barbara Fineblum, grandmother and greatgrandmother.


Shiva Services will be held via zoom 

(Meeting ID: 848 2874 6956)

Saturday, September 26 at 8pm Eastern


May the memory of Selma Cutler be a blessing and a comfort for all who knew and loved her.  

 Get Well Wishes to :

  • Jan & Richard Alexander, Diane DiFazio’s parents
  • Elijah Bernat, Nursery School Student
  • Debbie Cohen
  • Hollis Cohen, Sister-in-law of Annette Yellin
  • Ellen Dix
  • Heather Engle, daughter-in-law of Amy & Bruce Engle
  • Regina Israel, wife of Jack Israel
  • June Margolis
  • Sheldon Mednick
  • Arlene Salkin
  • David Staiman


Torah Spark:

Every Saturday 10:30 – 11:30 AM  


led by


Rabbi Perice


 ZOOM ID # 8678904477



Come out and help build the Temple Sinai Sukkah

Sunday, September 27 at 9:00 AM

Call Harold Minkoff with questions.



Rutgers University is honoring Zeke’s memory by lowering the Rutgers flag in front of the Old Queens Building to half staff on

October 7 and 8, 2020

Zeke was Chairman of the Theater Department at Rutgers.





Book Club

by way of ZOOM ID # 8678904477


This Book club is the perfect way to keep reading, talk about what you’re reading, and connect with other Temple Sinai friends.  The best part is, you don’t even have to leave your house to join in.  Buy your book online (new or used) or read as an ebook.


Wednesday, October 14 at 7:00 PM  – Review of The Last Bathing Beauty   by: Amy Sue Nathan



The Last Bathing Beauty takes us back to the summer of 1951 in South Haven, Michigan, an area affectionately regarded as “the Catskills of the Midwest” filled with resorts for the area’s Jewish families. Betty Claire Stern is the granddaughter of the owners of Stern’s Summer Resort and this will be her last summer with her best friends before heading to New York City to attend Barnard College. It’s the story of endearing characters full of secrets and enough regrets for a lifetime.



NOW ON SALE!  $15   Good till Sept 2021


  • Join at https://www.foodbookonline.com/join.
  • Sign up with your e-mail address and a password.
  • Choose Temple Sinai from the fundraiser drop-down list.
  • Fill out the billing and payment information.
  • Access the coupon directory and redeem your coupons through 9/1/2021.


Remember Torah Fund Cards

Torah Fund cards are available for sympathy, get well, new babies, simcha’s, mazel tov, new home, any and all happy occasions.


@$5.00 each, by contacting your Torah Fund

Chairperson, Gail Siegel at

856-787-8463  or bsandgfs@comcast.net   


Your order will be mailed immediately with no charge for postage. Please make checks out to TORAH FUND. 


When you contribute $180.00 you will receive the 5781/2021 pin depicting B’Yachad, which means ‘Together’. This theme signifies the joy of sisterhood members working together year-round to make important contributions to the Jewish community through their volunteer efforts at synagogues across the United States and Canada



Place your order for a Benefactor Pin @$180.00 or make a donation of any amount by mailing a check to the Temple Sinai office labeled Torah Fund.   








  • 6:00 PM – Mincha Service LIVE on YouTube featuring Rabbi Perice & Steve Hochman doing the Jonah skit and Marty Rose doing his Haftorah. (check your email on Sunday for this link).
  • 7:00 PM – 7:25 PM  – Neilah Service  Havdalah & Shofar service will follow.  To view all of these, click this link at 6:55pm:  https://youtu.be/xOPEuslekfc


For any help getting onto any service please don’t hesitate to call any of the following people for help:

Aaron List: 609-233-5043

Rich Traube: 773-964-2941

Johanna Schoss: 607-262-6063

Stacey Blacker: 609-841-7875




Please check your email on Sunday as you are still missing the link for Monday evening’s LIVE Mincha Service.