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A Plastic Gift Card order will be placed on Monday, Nov. 15.
Give the gift that is appreciated more than any other… Gift Cards.
Buy them through Temple Sinai.
We can get gift cards to almost every retailer.
Home Depot… Lowes..Bed, Bath & Beyond..CVS..Staples..Boscovs..Home Goods..Starbucks..Barnes & Nobles and so many more.
To see a complete list click on the link below: https://shop.shopwithscrip.com/Shop/Product/Browse
Contact Rose at Rose9483@verion.net or 856-912-1849 to place an order.
Give the gift of
Shop the Temple Sinai Judaica Shop for all your Chanukah Shopping
NEW SMALL BATTERY OPERATED MENORAHS, JEWELRY, CANDLES, CHILDREN’S TOYS, TZEDAKAH BOXES, CHALLAH COVERS, AND MORE
The Judaica Shop will be open:
- Sunday, November 14: 11AM – 12:30 PM
- Friday, November 19 during Magical Sweet Shop pickup at 1:30 PM
- Sunday, November 21: 11AM – 12:30 PM
- Always by appointment. Call Esther Bliss at 856-764-7308 or 609-217-5284 or Call Fay David at 856-829-8160, 856-829-6611
Food Book available for
$6 goes directly back to Temple Sinai.
Book is good until Sept. 30, 2022
Food Books may be purchased in the Temple Sinai Office by way of cash, check or Venmo Temple Sinai (include on memo line: “donation, food book”.)
Buy as gifts for your hairdresser, nail person, teachers, postperson, etc.
Although Shoprite is not in the Food Book, there are so many places, to eat and shop, we think you will have no trouble getting your money back very quickly!
Contact Elaine Pinchuk at 609-313-0188 or Amy in the TS office 856-829-0658 with your order or questions.
8:20 – 9:00am Morning Minyan
ZOOM ID # 867 890 4477
This is your opportunity to say Kaddish or do a Mitzvah and be present so someone else can say Kaddish.
Chair Yoga For All Ages
#867 890 4477
with our own Yoga Instructor, Jill Croft
Mondays at 11AM and
Wednesdays at 4 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.
Collect them at home or at your place of business and bring them into Temple Sinai.
Place them in the box just outside the Temple Sinai Office.
- Ann Bliss
- Stella Geller,mother of Perri Geller-Clark
- Julia Goldstein
- Jack Israel
- Gary Koehler, friend of Amy Engle
- Dennis Hassis
- Alan Kramer
- June Margolis
- Vivian Lewis
- Connie Rafelson
- Bachia Rochaela, mother of Issa Kabeer
- Jim Schulz Sr.,father-in-law of Craig Eskow
- Jason Schulz, brother-in-law of Craig Eskow
- Robert & Sue Karen,celebrating 37 years on November 18
Happy Birthday to:
- Neal Barnett – November 13
- Herman Cohen – November 14
- Lois Goldberg – November 16
- Rob Figiel– November 17
- Barbara Coleman – November 18
We’ve invited Temple Beth Shalom in Brigantine to some of our programs and so they are reciprocating by inviting you to:
Rabbi Sussman – Hola! Coming to America: The Sephardic Experience, 1492 to Today, November 14 10:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
Lance J. Sussman, Ph.D. has been Senior Rabbi of Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel in Elkins Park, PA since 2001. Rabbi Sussman will be retiring from the pulpit in June, 2022 and looks forward to spending more time in his family’s home in Brigantine, NJ. Sussman is a former Chair of the Board of Gratz College and has taught Jewish History at Princeton University.
For his November program Rabbi Sussman will be sharing a PowerPoint on the history of how Sephardic Jews first came to the New World beginning in 1492. We will look at the expulsions from Iberia and then discuss the role Holland played in the settlement of Jews in the world including South America, the Caribbean and New Amsterdam. Initially the Sephardic experience was dominant among New World Jews but then receded with Ashkenazi immigration. Today Sephardi Judaism is reasserting itself in the New World.
Sign up today by registering at: ht https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1VOy3v6-Kjq1m7dmCmd6TFHKaEzAof_K5mnAFnS2g97o/viewform?edit_requested=true
A confirmation link will be sent to you immediately after registering for each event. You will then
receive the invitation link before the presentation.
For help please contact Temple Beth Shalom firstname.lastname@example.org or (609) 266-0403
Register with Amazon Smile and every time you make eligible purchases, Amazon will donate to Temple Sinai of Cinnaminson.
Go to smile.amazon.com
Log on using your existing Amazon Account or register for a new one, if you don’t have an Amazon account. Under “pick your own charitable organization” search for Temple Sinai of Cinnaminson. Buy your Amazon purchases through smile.amazon.com (your Amazon Prime will show up there) not through your regular Amazon site.
ASK YOUR KIDS AND GRANDKIDS FOR HELP OR AARON LIST IS ALWAYS WILLING TO HELP.
Sisterhood Zoom Meeting
November 18 at 7:30 PM
Rachael Wise and Wendy List
are looking forward to
seeing your face and hearing your voice
as we discuss upcoming programs.
Keep in mind that we are putting the following teams together which would not take up more than an hour of your time each month. Please take a moment and look at each team and see which one you would be interested in joining.
- Membership-keeping track of current members and helping to encourage new membership
- Programming-brainstorming and planning fun new programs for our members
- Torah Fund-fundraising for a cause that is the heart of Women’s League
- By-laws-helping to rewrite our out-of-date guidelines
See you on the 18th at the following link:
This is not the Temple Sinai link!
Rachael and Wendy
Donate to Temple Sinai your furniture or special items that are just too large or valuable for our yearly rummage sale.
We’ll sell your furniture (from your home) and other items on Facebook Marketplace to profit Temple Sinai.
You will receive a tax-deductible donation receipt and will feel good about supporting such a worthy organization.
Contact Rose Rose at Rose9483@verizon.net
Nov 18 – 19
- This huge earning event happens only 4X each year.
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- Bonuses apply to eGift cards and reloaded gift cards only (physical gift cards not included).
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Interfaith Community Service
In Person and on-line
Tuesday, November 23
at Asbury United Methodist Church
Route 130 and Andover Road, Cinnaminson
Community Wide 1st Night Chanukah lighting and Celebration
Sunday, November 28
4:30 – 5:30 PM
at Wood Park in Cinnaminson
Wood Park is located at the intersection of Riverton Road and Pomona Road.
Join us for children’s games, a dreidle scavenger hunt, Chanukah songs, hot chocolate and sufganiot(doughnuts) and candle lighting at Wood Park. The festivities begin at 4:30 PM culminating in candle lighting at 5pm. All are welcome!
The Menorah at Wood Park will also be lit each evening during Chanukah. If your family wants to turn the switch to light the menorah for one of the next 7 days, call Stacey Blacker.
Temple Sinai Jewish Movie Club
by way of ZOOM ID # 867 890 4477
Much like a Book Club, watch the movies at your convenience and then join us in discussion.
Tuesday, November 30 at 7PM
Review of “One Step to Freedom”
In 1938, Austria had been annexed by Nazi Germany and Switzerland closed its borders for Jewish refugees, essentially forming as a death sentence for thousands. However, not all Swiss officials subscribed to this inhuman order. ‘One Step to Freedom’ centers on the story of Paul Grüninger, the St. Gallen police commander who put not only his career, but also his life on the line by disregarding orders and allowing all Jews to enter the country, most of them under the cover of night and in danger of being shot by Austrian border guards.
Thursday, December 2
7:00 – 8:30 PM
White Nationalism and the Rise of Anti-Semitism
Virtual- Password provided
2nd of three sessions
Session 2: “A Growing Conspiracy:
Scope and Depth of QAnon Beliefs Among U.S Nationalists”
Join us as Brandon Chapman, PhD, Instructor and Department Chair of Anthropology and Sociology at Rowan College at Burlington County, speaks on the recent upsurge of anti-Semitic, ethnocentric, and racist beliefs among rural white voters in the United States. Dr. Chapman specializes in political and economic ethnography, political values, local and traditional knowledge, and Cognitive Anthropology. Most recently, Dr. Chapman has been conducting fieldwork regarding nationalist and extreme right-wing political opinions among U.S. voters.
Register to Ellen Goldberg Weiner at email@example.com
By Jan. 15, 2022
Mah Jongg cards now.
All orders must be placed by Jan. 15.
Send your name and address (if different)
with check payable to Temple Sinai Sisterhood to the Temple Sinai Office in an envelope marked :Maj Jongg” or Venmo Temple Sinai Sisterhood.
New cards are $9.00 regular size; $10.00 large print
Contact Ellen Dix with questions at 856-764-1716 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We have been given the go ahead to continue to collect another 500 lbs. of plastic by April 25 to help the environment and earn anther bench.
Sign up for
There are so many wonderful and important programs being offered to the entire Southern New Jersey Community including
- Festival of Arts, Books and Culture beginning Nov. 6
- Community Wide Kristallnacht Observance on Tuesday, Nov. 9 at 7PM
And so much more.
Sign up for a weekly email called “Fed Flash” bygoing to https://jewishsouthjersey.org/
and clicking on “subscribe to our newsletter”.
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Join Rabbi Perice and the Temple Sinai Singers tonight, Friday, November 12 for services to relax, unwind and welcome the Sabbath.
Te mple Sinai Zoom Meeting
# 867 890 4477
Saturday, November 13 — ON ZOOM join in for:
- Torah Sparkat 10:30 AM
- Havdalah at 7:00 PM
YAHRZEITS THIS WEEK WILL BE READ FOR:
- Shirley Brilliant, aunt of Rachael Wise
- Annie Brasloff, grandmother of Alan Cills
- Samuel Goodman, uncle of Stan David
- Sam Schneider, grandfather of Lois Goldberg
- Stephen Tatkovsky, brother of Debbie Roberts
- Mazel Tov to Ed and Milly Stern and Norman Kohnon the wedding of their granddaughter, Emily Stern, daughter of Susan (Kohn) and Walter Stern.
- A warm welcome back to Caron and Ted Salkin, past members of Temple Sinai and happily returning to our synagogue. Arlene Salkin, our choir director and founding member, is Ted’s mom! Caron and Ted live in Medford and enjoy the outdoors, especially the water, where they frequently go out in their boat. Ted is a mechanical engineer. Caron works in the pharmaceutical field and spends a lot of work time talking with insurance companies fighting for the patient! She volunteers at Cedar Run Wildlife where she works with injured wild animals that have been rescued as she loves all animals! She also has spoken with Rabbi Perice about some new ideas she has and wants to get more involved with synagogue activities. They have an 18 month old Collie named Ollie.