Temple Sinai Happenings – October 22, 2021

Join Rabbi Perice and the Temple Sinai Singers tonight for services to relax, unwind and welcome the Sabbath.

Friday, October 22 on Zoom

Temple Sinai Zoom Meeting

Number: 867 890 4477

Join Zoom Meeting

Saturday, Oct. 23thTorah Service and Torah Spark discussion is in Person in the Main Sanctuary

and on Zoom at 10:30 AM.


YAHRZEITS will be read for the following people:

  • William Adler,grandfather of Bill Kessler
  • Florence Barnett, mother of Neal Barnett
  • Max Eskow,father of Allen Eskow
  • Edith Greenberg,mother of Paula Golden
  • Morris Speigleman, uncle of Lynn Grobman & Annette Yellin

  • Ann Bliss
  • Stella Geller, mother of Perri Geller-Clark
  • Jack Israel
  • Gary Koehler, friend of Amy Engle
  • 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

Happy Birthday to:

  • Joan Karp – October 22
  • Marilyn Staiman – October 26
  • Jeff Summers – October 26

Havdallah this week in Person at the home of Esther and Robert Bliss and on Zoom at 7PM.

Each Wednesday:

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.

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.

It’s like a Jewish Netflix.

Wednesday, October 27 at 7PM

Review of An Irrepressible Woman

‘An Irrepressible Woman’ tells the true WWII story of Jeanne Reichenbach, who went voluntarily to Buchenwald, where she married three-time French Prime Minister Léon Blum

Thursday, October 28

7:00 – 8:30 PM

White Nationalism and the Rise of Anti-Semitism

Virtual- Password provided

upon registration

1st of three sessions

Session 1: “A Complete Conspiracy: QAnon and Political Beliefs of US 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 egweiner09@gmail.com

Thanksgiving Food Collection:

Temple Sinai will again be collecting whole turkeys and turkey breasts for the Bread of Life Food Pantry until November 12.
If you qualify for a supermarket turkey, think about donating it. Turkeys can be brought to the Temple and placed in the freezer. Also, donations will be collected to be able to purchase turkeys to donate to the pantry. If you would like to donate, send a check to Temple Sinai with a note ‘Pantry’. For further information contact Harold at dhminkoff@aol.com

Temple Sinai Sisterhood invites you to …

Shower of Well Wishes”

for the Rebbetzin

Sunday, November 7th,

at Shari Hyder’s home

11 A.M. to 2 P.M.

Please click on the link below for more details and to sign-upfor people to sign up for this

dairy pot luck luncheon.


Sorry Gentlemen, but this event is for Ladies Only.
No gifts please. Donations to Temple Sinai, in Rachael’s honor, are always appreciated.
Hope to see you then!

Rachael, Wendy and Shari

The Authenticity Project
byClare Pooley
Tuesday, Nov. 9
at 7 PM

Join Us On Zoom: ID 867 890 4477