Temple Sinai has a well-established and caring support network, designed to meet the wide range of social needs in our congregation.
Community care includes hospital and home visiting, and providing meals for those in need. Hospitality for Shabbat and festivals, and assisting elderly or disabled members to attend services and activities, are just a few of the ways in which the Temple aims to care for our congregants.
Members are notified of coming events and activities via a phoning tree network which includes regular contact with every member on a quarterly basis. This ensures all members feel included, cared for and are informed of all activities and happenings in the community.
Contact the office for details of congregants who host open homes for Shabbat.
The Kesher committee cares for congregation members. We hope to support members in times of sorrow and celebrate with them in times of joy.
Temple Sinai has established a formal connection with the DCM (Downtown Community Ministry), which exists to help people find and use their latent strengths so that they can better control their environment. The organisation is committed to addressing the root causes of poverty and injustice.