Give a little – get a lot by working on one of our congregational committees! This is a great opportunity to get to know your fellow congregants and become more involved in Temple activities. Contact Lisa Thorner at firstname.lastname@example.org or (303) 759-1827 for more information.
Our Current Committees:
Provides programming for adults interested in Judaic education.
Dedicated to preserving our history, this committee organizes, preserves and collects photos and historical information,
Provides opportunities for men from Temple Sinai to come together for a variety of activities throughout the year. Promotes fellowship among members and actively serves the Temple Sinai community. Main mission is to foster and support religious, social, educational and humanitarian causes, and to raise funds for youth programs and for the Sinai community.
The Temple Sinai Caring Community works together to reach out to our congregants in their moments of need and celebration.
Diverse, self directed, social activities for Temple Sinai adults – singles and couples
Works to create a belonging and embracing culture where members are friendly and spiritually connected
Plans cultural Arts events such as speakers and concerts
Representative group that makes recommendations, develops policy, and supports special projects for the Religious School
Diverse, self directed, social activities for Temple Sinai adults – singles and couples.
Development of congregational fund raising projects
Makes recommendations to board for improvements or alterations necessary at the Temple.
Establishes best means to preserve and collect resource materials and plans library activities
Provides programming for potential members and implements a plan that will encourage membership retention.
Makes recommendations, develops policy, and supports special projects for the Preschool.
Sisterhood is an auxiliary of Temple Sinai that is made up of female members with a varied group of ages, backgrounds and family orientation. We come together in friendship for unique programs, social activities, educational study, and support within a spiritual arena; all that benefits our congregation, community and most importantly, the growth of an individual so that each may find an opportunity to fulfill her potential as a person and as a Jewish woman. For more information, please contact the Temple office at (303) 759-1827.
Implementation and publicity of programs that will encourage involvement in human welfare issues.
Ushering for High Holy Day Services.
Provides choral music for selected services, such as High Holy Day services.