COMING UP AT TSG…
Saturday mornings VIA ZOOM
Join us every Saturday to enjoy a Shabbat morning service and discussion of the week’s Torah portion. These intimate and enlightening services are led by members of the TSG congregation. (Start times vary – check our calendar for specific dates)
Wise Aging Class
Wednesday, 11/30 at 7:30pm VIA ZOOM
This class celebrates those over 50, helping us explore and work on roadblocks so we can find further meaning in our lives. New attendees welcome!
Community Shabbat Dinner
Friday, 12/2 at 6pm
Join the TSG community for a Shabbat dinner at 6pm in the social hall, followed by our 7pm Family Shabbat Service. Click here to RSVP!
Family Shabbat Service
Friday, 12/2 at 7pm
All are welcome to join Rabbi Rick and Cantor Allison for an evening of prayer, song, and community. Be sure to stay after for the delicious oneg too! (For those not able to attend in-person, this service can also be streamed live by clicking here.)
Get Your TSG Latke Mix!
Enjoy delicious homemade latke mix, prepared by Sisterhood. Orders must be received by Monday, 12/5. Click here to purchase now!
2022 Jewish Festival of Books
“One Book, One Community” Event
Sunday, 12/4 at 4pm IN-PERSON
Author Jai Chakrakarti will be in-person at TSG to discuss his novel “A Play for the End of the World” as part of the Jewish Federation’s 2022’s Jewish Festival of Books. RSVP for this special free event here.
Book Ends: Books by, for or about Women
Tuesday, 12/6 at 7pm VIA ZOOM
Join your Sisterhood friends to discuss “Metropolis” by B.A. Shapiro.
“The Real Story of Hanukkah: It’s Not What You Think!”
Presentation by Jerry Rishe
Thursday, 12/8 at 7:30pm via Zoom
TSG’s Adult Education Committee is pleased to welcome back Jerry Rishe to give us an insightful look at the origins and meaning of this fascinating holiday.
Lunch & Learn with Rabbi Rick
Thursday, 12/8 at 12pm IN-PERSON
Lunch & Learn has resumed meeting in-person, so bring a lunch and join the Rabbi in the social hall for a discussion on a topical subject every month.
“My Family & Me” Class
Sunday, 12/11 at 10am
This monthly in-person class is designed for three and four-year-olds and the adults who love them (parents, grandparents, etc). Lots of fun activities and learning about Judaism!
Temple Sinai Book Club
Monday, 12/12 at 12pm VIA ZOOM
There’s no better way to keep your mind sharp than reading then discussing great books with friends! This month’s book will be “The Thursday Murder Club” by Richard Osman.
Monthly “Kidz Shabbat!”
Friday, 12/16 at 5:30pm
Formerly Tot Shabbat, Kidz Shabbat is now designed for tots all the way up to 3rd graders! Enjoy an entertaining half-hour with the Rabbi & Cantor, followed by a yummy oneg with young TSG families.
L.A. Clippers’ Jewish Heritage Night
Wednesday, 12/21 at 7:30pm
Join TSG Brotherhood downtown as the Clippers take on the Charlotte Hornets! Everyone who attends will get a complimentary ‘Heritage Night’ baseball cap. Click here for tickets
TSG Hanukkah Dinner & Celebration!
Friday, 12/23 (5:30 – 8:30pm)
The entire community is welcome to celebrate Hanukkah with a fun, eclectic dinner featuring Chinese food, latkes, and donuts! Plus games, singing, and a beautiful communal candlelighting of dozens of Hanukkiyah. RSVPs required — click here to sign up now!
“Shabbat At Home” Service
Friday, 12/30 at 7:30pm VIA ZOOM
Once a month we are happy to offer a “Shabbat at Home” service, so please join Rabbi Rick and Cantor Allison via Zoom an evening of prayer, song, and connection!
Friday, 1/27 at 7pm VIA ZOOM
Use the half-hour before our Friday evening service to breathe, center yourself, and get in a Shabbat mindset. This monthly program is led by long-time meditator and teacher Jan Freed.
Interested in our Zoom events? Contact us to learn how to take part!
Temple Sinai is a Reform congregation that has served the needs of Jewish residents of Glendale, Burbank, Pasadena and the Foothills for nearly a century.
Our community of over 200 families embraces diversity and warmly welcomes interfaith couples, Jews by choice, strongly identified Jews, and those just beginning to explore their Jewish identities.
TSG COVID-19 POLICY (UPDATED 8/30/22)
To enter Temple Sinai, we require vaccination against Covid-19. In addition, the Temple strongly recommends masking at all times, except when eating or drinking. We request that if you are currently having symptoms of sore throat, fever, headache, or runny nose that you refrain from entering the Temple, regardless of if you have a current negative Covid test. While we are no longer asking for proof of vaccination, please respect this policy in order to protect your health and the health of those around you.