Temple Sinai Happenings – November 13, 2020





The Temple Sinai Happenings




Join us for Shabbat Services by Zoom

  • 6:30  Log on to smooze
  • 7:00  Shabbat Services 


YAHRZEITS will be read for the following people:

  • Marlene Alterman, mother of Rachael Wise
  • Abbot Eron, father of Jonathan Eron
  • Jane Fox, grandmother of Michael Silver/Amy Engle
  • Rebecca Freedman, mother of Marcia Blacker/ grandmother of Stacey Blacker
  • Alexander Kohn, father of Norman Kohn
  • Minerva Levin,  mother of Marci Hochman
  • Tilllie Rubinstein, grandmother of Lynn Grobman
  • Fannie Sassler, mother of Milly Stern
  • Martin Shane,  husband of Lina Shane/father of Wendy List
  • Ester Weitberg Slotkin, aunt of Annette Yellin
  • Madelyn Weinstein,  mother of Paula Pappas




Join in for a

Spark of Torah,

Every Saturday,

 10:30 – 11:30 AM

led by 

Rabbi Perice




ZOOM ID # 8678904477





  • 7:00 PM Havdalah with Rabbi & Rachael Perice Pour a cup of wine and grab your cinnamon spice as we bring in the week with light, fragrance, a sweet sip of wine and a shout-out to Elijah the Prophet. 



Each Wednesday:

  • 8:30 – 9:00 AM Morning Minyan 




  • Sue & Rob Karen, celebrating 36 years on November 8


  • Neal Barnett, celebrating on November 13
  • Herman Cohen, celebrating on  November 14
  • Lois Goldberg, celebrating on  November 16
  • Robbie Figiel, celebrating on  November 17
  • Barbara Coleman,  celebrating on  November 18


  • Jan & Richard Alexander, Diane DiFazio parents
  • Brian Eddy, friend of Stacey Blacker
  • Regina Israel, wife of Jack Israel
  • June Margolis
  • Elsa Melletz
  • Ezra Daniel Rutolo, grandson of Paula Pappas
  • Bunny Solowey
  • David Staiman
  • Joan Yellin



Book Club

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. 

by way of ZOOM ID # 8678904477





Buy your book online (new or used), get it from the library or read as an ebook. 



Monday, November 16

at 7:00 PM 


Review of A Woman is No Man  by: Etaf Rum


This debut novel by an Arab-American voice, takes us inside the lives of conservative Arab women living in America..








Every Tuesday and Thursday


10:30 -11:30 AM

Zoom ID# 8678904477


 We get together over Zoom and do a little planning to

help Temple Sinai navigate the future. 

We could use your input.

All are welcome. 



Ask the Rabbi


Come get to know Rabbi Perice at our upcoming virtual “Ask the Rabbi,” where you can ask the rabbi questions on any

topic: Jewish, personal, or general.

But no trivia questions!


This is an opportunity to learn about the rabbi’s beliefs and thoughts. 


Thursday, November 19 and

Monday, November 30

at 7 PM


Submit your questions in advance to searchtemplesinai@gmail.com

or use the link below






Temple Sinai Sisterhood Invites YOU to Celebrate


The Miracle of Oil

As we look forward to Chanukah join us  


Tuesday, December 1 at 7:30 PM

from the comfort of your home

Zoom ID # 8678904477



Explore the significance of oil to the Jewish People.  Taste premium Extra Virgin olive oil and balsamic vinegars from Tales of the Olive in Hammonton,New Jersey where “Each Unique Flavor Tells a Story”.  “Taste the Difference” with Store Owner Kelly Brown as she discusses olive oil’s nutritional and health benefits and uses.


For your tasting pleasure, you will receive three bottles of Olive Oil and two bottles of Balsamic Vinegar, (each bottle  2 – 3 oz). If you keep a Kosher home, please let us know as special arrangements will be made.

                       $25 per order


RSVP by November 18

to the Temple Sinai Office with your check made out to the Temple Sinai Sisterhood or Venmo at TempleSinai-Sisterhood.    

Zoom Passcode will be given with your RSVP.  


Tasting items will be available for your pick-up from Temple Sinai on Friday, November 27, (Magical Sweet Shop delivery day).  If you are unable to pick up, please let us know as special arrangements can be made.



Temple Sinai Helping to

Bring Music

to Nursing Home Residents


So many Nursing Home Residents are battling isolation and depression because of the pandemic and their inability to socialize with friends, family and other residents.



Please help with donations of Walkmen

(CD, not cassette style) and CDs.

Bring to the Temple Sinai Office. 



Through Janet Khanlian and the Volunteer Advocate Program, residents are identified with their musical preferences and delivered a Walkman, batteries and CDs and then coached on their use.


Contact Janet Khanlian with questions.




November 8 – November 19

Go to







Good till Sept 2021


The Food Book is now online. 


Click on this link to see what’s in the food book this year!







Access coupons from your phone.


Go to




Proceeds benefit Temple Sinai and a local food bank


$8 to Temple Sinai and $1 to food bank



Chair Yoga For All Ages

Zoom ID #




with our own Yoga Instructor, Jill Croft


Mondays at 11 AM


Wednesdays at 4pm

Join Jill Croft as she helps you to loosen and stretch muscles, reduce stress, and improve circulation.    Do it at your own pace and start on the road to health.  



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. 




November 8 – November 19

The world’s largest summit on antisemitism and hate. Delivered virtually. Never Is Now is the best way to learn about and discuss contemporary drivers of antisemitism and hate and learn how to add your voice to the conversation in combating bias of all kinds. This year’s topics include antisemitism around the world, online hate and digital harassment, extremism and the election, Holocaust education, hate crimes legislation, and so much more. A full schedule of the sessions can be found here.

 Sign up for Never Is Now here.