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02/09/2022 04:13:13 PM


Rabbi Daniel Sherman

            Shalom from Temple Sinai!  I hope everyone is doing well and staying healthy.  There are 3 items that I would like to bring to your attention today.

  • WEDNESDAY NIGHT LIVE: This is week #2 for our “Modern Issues, Modern Beliefs” discussion.  Last week we talked about Jewish views on abortion as well as the rise of anti-Semitism.  I invite you to join us this evening and next Wednesday at 7pm on Zoom to discuss more issues that are on your minds.
  • February is Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month.  In honor of this, we are joining with the Goldring/Woldenberg Institute of Southern Jewish Life for a special program entitled, “Being Heard,” on Thursday, Feb. 10 at 7:00pm.  The program is being led by Nick May, who grew up here in New Orleans, and is a singer/songwriter, educator, songleader, and inclusion activist.  I hope you will be able to join us.  We want to thank Ann Kientz and the ISJL for continuing to make such wonderful programming available to us.  For more information about Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month and Jewish Disability Advocacy Day (JDAD, Feb. 23-24, 2022), I encourage you to visit the Religious Action Center website ( or
  • SHABBAT SERVICES THIS WEEK: On Friday we are looking forward to “Summertime in February.”  Join us this week at 6pm for a special Camp-Inspired Shabbat Evening Service on Friday, Feb. 11.  Two of our Chavurah@Sinai teachers, Mollie and Caroline Sloter, will help lead services.  Both sisters grew up in Ft. Worth, TX active in Beth-El Congregation and NFTY.  Caroline was a songleader at the URJ Greene Family Camp in Texas this past summer and helps to lead music on Sunday mornings.


I look forward to seeing you online and at Temple.  Please take care!




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