Temple Sinai is a Reform synagogue dedicated to furthering Jewish life through worship, study and community. We are an extended family to our congregation,  and we provide a respectful and welcoming spiritual home for our diverse membership.

We are committed to Torah, Israel and Tikkun Olam (repairing the world). We strive to honor these values in our own lives and pass them from generation to generation.

May we be blessed to go from strength to strength.






Rabbi Jeff Goldwasser

Temple Sinai is proud to welcome Rabbi Jeff Goldwasser as our new spiritual leader. There will be many opportunities in the coming months to meet Rabbi Jeff, his wife Jonquil, and his daughters, Eliana and Talia.  Click here to learn more about Rabbi Jeff.


Our congregation is equally proud to welcome our new Cantor, Wendy Siegel.  Cantor Wendy comes to us from Hebrew College in Massachusetts, and is excited about her role in Temple Sinai's future. 




July and August, 2014: Friday night services are at 6pm in the downstairs Chapel (except for 7/11 - Sanctuary).  Saturday services are in the downstairs Chapel at 10:45am, preceded by a breakfast minyan at 9:30am.


AUGUST 2, 2014 - HAVDALAH AT THE BEACH!  Please joing us for this outdoor, relaxing, beautiful service separating the end of Shabbat from the rest of the week.  This will be held at Narragansett Town Beach, 6pm, between lifeguard chairs 4 & 5.  (Parking is free after 5pm).  Feel free to bring friends and family - we look forward to seeing you there!  Remember to bring your beach blankets and beach chairs!

*Directions to Narragansett Town Beach from Cranston/Warwick:
  Take 95 South.  Take a LEFT exit 9, toward North Kingstown, to get onto Route 4 South.  Follow Route 4 for 9.9 miles.  Then bear right, continuing onto Route 1 South, Tower Hill Road for 7.4 miles.  Take the Narragansettt Exit, Route 1A, and turn left at the bottom of the exit.  At the traffic circle, take the 2nd exit onto Kingstown Road.

Continue to the end of that street (it changes to Narragansett Ave. but just keep going straight).  When you come to a light and you are facing the shopping center, take a left.  You will come to another light and you will be facing the beautiful beach.  Take a left.  Go past the first parking lot and then park in the 2nd lot right after the pavilion.  If you go to the left in the parking lot, you can enter through the second pavilion - it's closer to chairs 4 and 5.





Click here for Rabbi Stein's June, 2014 Message

Click here for The School Scene, June, 2014by Toby Koritsky, R.J.E.

Click here for The President's Message, June, 2014, by Ellie Wasser.