Temple Sinai Happenings – July 10, 2020



The Temple Sinai Happenings




Keep reading to the bottom of this email.


To thank David Caplin for always stepping in to help Temple Sinai in so many ways.


We want to show our appreciation for all that David does.  If you would like to say something to honor him and show your appreciation, please contact Robert Bliss at blisspharm1@gmail.com or 609-217-5285.


We’ll do it during Hatov V’hameitiv, “good things”, at the Welcoming in Shabbat.

Log on anytime starting from 6:30.  We’ll light candles at 7pm.  ZOOM ID # 8678904477






Chair Yoga For All Ages

Zoom ID #886 7984 5912






with our own Yoga Instructor, Jill Croft


Monday and Wednesday

June 22 & 24 at 4:00 PM


Chair yoga is a great way to get the wonderful health benefits of yoga. Join us in loosening and stretching muscles, reducing stress, and improving circulation. It also reduces anxiety, helps lower blood pressure, protects joints, and builds strength and balance.




Outdoor Shabbat Service

at Temple Sinai

led by Steve Hochman

with Board Installation


Friday, June 26 at 7:30 PM



You must RSVP to the Temple Sinai Office, 856-829-0658. 

Let us know how many in your family will be attending as we wil be setting up chairs

using social distancing

and it will be assigned seating outdoors.

Bring a mask, prayerbooks will be wiped clean, and handsanitizers will be available.





Clean up 


at Temple Sinai

Sunday, June 28

9:00 AM – Noon


We’ll be Social Distancing outdoors with masks.

Bring your own tools for outdoor work,

(trimmers, gloves, rakes, etc.) 

We’ll have hand sanitizer and water available.


Send questions to John Stevens at johnstevens8@comcast.net







Let’s fill the shelves of


The Bread of Life Food Pantry of Palmyra



June 28

Noon to 3PM

Rain or shine


Drop off food donations—Parking lot drive thru

(Please make any food purchases for this collection part of an already planned and necessary shopping trip – we don’t want you to take added risks)



Drive to the back of the synagogue, pop your trunk and a volunteer will safely manage your food donation or place by the Holocaust Remembrance Garden by the entrance doors




Monetary donations of any amount are greatly appreciated.


Send to:  Bread of Life Food Pantry,

     Epworth United Methodist Church,

     501 Morgan Avenue

     Palmyra, NJ 08065.  


Or send a check to Temple Sinai made out to Temple Sinai Sisterhood and we will purchase Grocery Store gift cards to distribute.






wtih Seth Fineblum


Zoom ID# 8678904477


Sunday, July 19  at 7:00 PM




Send your check to the Temple Sinai Office with who you would like to be on a team with and we will send you the Password to participate in this fun evening.


4 Rounds of Trivia



Form your own teams of 5 or 6 people:

Tell us who you would like to be on a team together with and we will break you up into “Breakout Rooms” on Zoom so that you can discuss the answers to trivia questions without anyone else hearing.  


You may also join us on this night alone

and we’ll put you onto a team. 



Contact Seth at mistersdf@gmail.com with questions.



Join us with your family and friends for a night of fun and friendly competition.



Kosher Mart is a wholesale

Kosher Food distributer located in Cherry Hill

that Temple Sinai often bought food from.  


Now, they will sell directly to you with

Curbside Pickup by Appointment Only.



 They are also helping Temple Sinai by

donating part of the proceeds

back to Temple Sinai.



Click on the link below for the order form.  Give them a call and place your order.  Be sure to let them know you are from Temple Sinai.


Click on the link:  http://www.koshermartfoods.com





Please call or email all orders to (856) 444-0143 or retail@koshermartfoods.com
















Join us in Welcoming in Shabbat Log on anytime starting from 6:30.  We’ll light candles at 7pm.  It will be wonderful to see everyone, light candles together, share in a prayer or two, count the Omer and say Mourner’s Kaddish together for those who need to. 


YAHRZEITS will be read for the following people:


  • Frank Nettis, uncle of Marty Rose
  • Margaret May, mother of Joe Herrmann
  • Anna Rosenberg, aunt of Paula Golden
  • B. Lena Savedow,  mother of Esther Bliss
  • Maximilan Schoss, father of Johanna Schoss
  • William J. Simon, father of Lina Shane
  • Irene Zablin, mother of Terry Zablin


Torah Spark: Every Saturday 10:30 – 11:30 AM  



All through ZOOM ID # 8678904477





Coffee Chat — March 29th 8:00 am | Travis Heights Elementary School


Every Tuesday and Thursday

10:30 -11:30 AM

Zoom ID# 8678904477


Grab your coffee and join us on Zoom.  We’ll be solving the world’s problems in one hour with your host, Stacey Blacker. 



  • Elijah Bern, Nursery School Student
  • Hollis Cohen, Sister-in-law of Annette Yellin
  • Joshua Mark Dix, Yehusha Mayer ben Fischel Avram V’Leah Shoshana
  • Dorothy Fineblum, D’vora Ley’a bat Sara Rivka UFeretz Hakoyen
  • Regina Israel, wife of Jack Israel
  • June Margolis
  • Cynthia Mellenson, Shifra Fayga bat Rochel
  • Arlene Salkin
  • David Staiman
  • Bud Wheaulon, friend of Alison Atz
  • Ellen Goldberg Weiner



Happy Anniversary




  • Mark & Sandee Perry celebrating  43 years on June 19
  • Alan & Marcia Blacker celebrating 56 years on June 20
  • Richard & Barbara Nemiroff celebrating on June 22
  • Greg & Randi Rappaport celebrating 17 years on June 22
  • Joe & Dee Herrmann celebrating 45 years on June 22

Happy Birthday to:

  • Brian List who is turning 12 on June 19




Book Club

by way of ZOOM ID # 8678904477


Buy your book online (new or used) or read as an ebook.



Tuesday, July 14 at 7:00 PM  – Review of Next Year in Havanah  by: Chanel Cleeton

After the death of her beloved grandmother, a Cuban-American woman travels to Havana, where she discovers the roots of her identity–and unearths a family secret hidden since the revolution… Havana, 1958.


Wednesday, Aug. 12 at 7:00 PM  – Review of American Dirt  by: Jeanine Cummins


American Dirt is a social issues thriller. It tells the story of a mother and son, Lydia and Luca, fleeing their home in Acapulco, Mexico, for the US after the rest of their family is murdered by a drug cartel.