ThankScriping Day is coming Sept 16 – 17
Earn up to 20% with bonuses on eGift cards and reloaded gift cards. It’s a great opportunity to raise more money on their shopping and make a bigger impact on Temple Sinai. Watch for an email on Sept. 16 to let you know which restaurants and stores are participating.
Food Book available for
$6 goes directly back to Temple Sinai.
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, 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!
Thursday, September 23 at 7:00 PM
We’ll be reviewing ‘Shoelaces’, A moving Israeli film about a father and his special-needs son.
Thursday, October 7 at 7:00 PM
We’ll be reviewing “Four Winds” by Kristen Hannah
Join Us On Zoom: ID 867 890 4477
Replacing our Rummage Sale this year
as we live in the times of COVID
Bring in October 12 – 20
(Drop off times will be posted as the date gets closer)
ACCEPTING the following items:
Join Rabbi Perice and the Temple Sinai Singers tonight for services to relax, unwind and
welcome the Sabbath.
YAHRZEITS will be read for the following people:
Happy Anniversary to:
Happy Birthday to:
Temple Sinai Zoom Meeting
Number: 867 890 4477
Join Zoom Meeting
Join in for a Spark of Torah, Saturday, Sept 11
10:30 – 11:30 AM led by Rabbi Perice
All through ZOOM ID
Kol Nidre (Wed, Sept 15) and Yom Kippur (Thurs, Sept 16)
In-person and via Zoom.
Masks and Proof of vaccination are required
if you are attending in-person High Holiday Services.
Family Sukkah Party – Sunday, Sept. 26 at noon
Hotdog roast, s’mores and lawn games for adults and kids.
SAVE THE DATE
Watch for complete details
on Sunday by way of email.
Meet new member,
Meet and welcome Warren Suckonic, who was born and raised in this area. He lived in the Parkside section of Camden and now resides in Cherry Hill. Warren’s family belonged to Beth El. He worked in insurance claims and was furloughed from his job during COVID. He was looking forward to traveling to Israel and also travel in the US, but COVID has put those plans on hold.
Over the past two or three years he checked out
several area synagogues and has chosen Temple Sinai because of the friendliness of the members and the way Rabbi Perice relates to people. Warren looks forward to being an active participant in Temple Sinai activities.