Stay Connected

The following is information on how you can stay connected with your Temple Sinai family while you are physically distanced.

All services and mettups will be held on Zoom unless otherwise specified.  Please contact Rose Rose at in order to receive our email reminders with logins and passwords!

Currently, Amy is working in the office Monday-Thursday, from 9AM - noon, if you should need any kind of assistance.
Call or email Danny Bagelle if you should need food or medicine to be delivered.



Friday Nights:

Please join us to welcome Shabbat together! There will be prayers, song, candle lighting and kiddish. You can share your voice and image to let everyone know you are there. You can listen in but remain. Join with or without a camera to feel the love of your Temple Sinai family no matter where you are. However you are able to join us, we are happy to have you with us to welcome Shabbat! Kids of all ages are welcome to participate in our community celebration.
Video opens at 6:30 and candles are lit at 7pm

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Saturday Mornings: 

Lighten your mind and spirit with a Torah spark! Join us Saturday mornings on Zoom for prayers, songs, warmth and community. While we may be physically apart, we will let the Torah join us together with light and love. Service to last from 10:30 to 11:30.


Saturday at 8:00 PM  Pour a cup of wine, grab your cinnamon spice and join us in beginning the new week. With light, fragrance, a sweet sip of wine and a shout-out to Elijah the Prophet, we can look forward to a new week.

Information on zoom:

We're going to meet by way of Zoom Meeting, which is a web-based video conferencing tool that allows users to meet online, with or without video.

Here is how to join our meeting:

  •    Go to  by putting it in your browser or  click on this link
  •   Click the “Join a Meeting” tab.   You can find the tab on the top right hand side of the homepage
  • Where it asks for Meeting ID put in the Id provided by Rose for each event.

If you have the time, here are some (virtual) things to do while staying home.


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Stand With Us webinars on anti-Semitism, Israel, and more 

Israeli cuisine cooking classes

Bim Bam Videos for all ages

Virtual Field Trips

Jewish Live


The Jewish Museum from Home

Miami Jewish Film Festival 2020

Metropolitan Opera nightly operas streamed

Travel & Leisure virtual museum tours


Virtual Sightseeing in Israel with Israel 21C

Jewish Virtual Library

UNPACKED Israel Education & Films

Shalom Hartman Adult Education

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Connect with Local PJ Library Families

PJ Library fun @ home

Camp Ramah sing-alongs and more

Chabad Virtual Hebrew School

Makerspace DIY Books

Funbrain Free Games

Scholastic Fun Things to Learn at Home

URJ's Torah for Tots