The small community with a big heart.
We are an open and welcoming progressive Reform Jewish community serving Southern Westchester and the Northern Bronx.
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Deadline: August 12th
Honey for Rosh Hashanah
Deadline: August 12th
Book of Remembrance
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Rabbi Barzilai and Cantor Goldstein will lead a special Holiday Service for families with children of all ages. There will be lots of singing and stories for all to enjoy. Free and Open to the Community, but registration is required. Please REGISTER for High Holiday Services.
On the first day of Rosh Hashanah in the afternoon, it is customary to go to a body of water, throw bread in the water, and recite the Tashlich prayers. We symbolically cast our sins into the water and begin the new year with a clean slate. Please REGISTER for High Holiday Services.
The SinaiFree Film Society will discuss the feature film "Hester Street" We discussed Joan Micklin Silver’s "Crossing Delancey" in August, 2021. “Hester Street” was her 1975 directorial debut. A story of Jewish immigration and assimilation in 1896 New York City, it was filmed in black-and-white and features extensive dialogue in Yiddish. Silver was a rarity as both a female director in the early 1970s, and one who tackled specifically Jewish material. One male studio executive told Silver “feature films are very…
Alex Bayer will provide an update on Ukraine. Click HERE for an article written by Alex in the Jerusalem Post.
Rabbi Mo and Cantor Amy lead our "Holy Sparks" Shabbat Service. Join us for a special presentation during the Shabbat Service: BABI YAR: EIGHTY-ONE YEARS LATER: SEPTEMBER 29-30, 1941 presented by Paula Trushin & Inna Stavitsky This Holy Sparks will commemorate the victims of Babi Yar, a ravine in Kiev where the Nazis began their annihilation of the city’s Jews by slaughtering 33,771 men, women, and children. Although not the war’s first mass shooting, it was the largest of many after the…
Rabbi Barzilai leads us in study of the week’s Torah portion. In addition to exploring the portion, he shares readings and ideas from Rabbis and scholars. Many of us are beginners, and no prior knowledge is required. All you need is a desire to listen, to think, and to learn. When you are comfortable, we encourage you to jump into the conversation and share your ideas.
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- Religious School
- Social Action
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Like many nonprofit institutions, Sinai Free Synagogue does not cover its operating expenses through member financial commitments alone. We count on your generosity to help ensure that cost is never a barrier to becoming a member or a child attending Religious School.
Our Spiritual Leaders
Rabbi Morris Barzilai and Cantor Amy Goldstein strive to teach Jewish values by touching people’s lives, showing them that someone truly cares, and that Judaism has much to offer.