3100 Military Road NW Washington DC 20015 (202) 363­6394    templesinaidc.org
Theatre Outing: Round House Theatre's OSLO
Saturday, May 4 at 8 PM | Lansburgh Theatre (450 7th St NW)
Almost sold out--purchase tickets!
In 1993, an audacious husband-and wife team of Norwegian bureaucrats assembled a motley band of would-be diplomats from the Middle East to attempt the unimaginable: negotiate peace between Israelis and Palestinians. There will be a post-show talkback for our group.
Come Be a Book Whisperer!
Browne:        May 9 & 10, 8:45-12 & 1-3
Highland:      May 30 & June 3, 11:15-12 & 1-2:30
Volunteers needed to help children select books at Temple Sinai sponsored summer book fairs. Help children at Browne Education Campus in DC or Highland Elementary School in Montgomery County become readers! Guide children in finding the books they will want to read over the summer. Help out for an hour or two or the whole day.
No experience needed. Will train on site. (But wear comfortable shoes!)  Contact Debby Litt (301 652-8562) to volunteer or for additional information. 
Schedule of Services
Friday, April 19 | Erev Pesach
Temple Office Closed at 12pm
No Shabbat Services

Saturday, April 20 | Pesach
10 AM: Kehillat Shabbat & Community Festival Service followed by Lunch at Temple Sinai
6 PM: Community 2nd Seder sponsored by TSWRJ.  Learn more and RSVP.

Friday, April 26 at 10 AM | Pesach 7
Community Festival Service with Yizkor at  Temple Shalom
Temple Office Closed
6:30 PM Shabbat Service
Community 2nd Seder sponsored by TSWRJ
Saturday, April 20, 6-9 PM
Rabbi Adam Rosenwasser and Cantor Laura Croen will lead the Seder Service with festive songs and catered dinner. All ages welcome. Learn more and RSVP. 

Contact Celia Josephs  (202-997 0381) with any questions.
SinaiCares Seder Connections
If you would be interested in joining another Temple Sinai family at their home for a Passover Seder on the first night of Passover, Friday, April 19, please contact Karen Auerbach or call the temple office at (202) 363-6394. If you need transportation to and from the temple for the Community 2nd Seder on April 20, let us know a week ahead of time.
TS Library
Passover Cookbooks & More
Brighten your holiday table with some new recipes or variations on the classics. The library display features holiday cookbooks, as well as holiday-themed fiction and non-fiction for adults and kids.
Passover Haggadot to Borrow
Hosting more people than you have haggadot? Interested in trying a new haggadah this year? Want to test your ability to decipher The Emoji Haggadah? Or perhaps you'd like to add some new readings to your Seder. The Library has multiple copies of haggadot available for borrowing. Sign them out on the book cart by the Library entrance.
Extended Judaica Shop Hours
In addition to the regular shop hours - when Religious School is in session (Sunday 10a-2p and Tuesday 6p-8p)   
Friday April 12: 11:00a-1:00p  and 5:00p-6:30p 
Sunday April 14: 10:00a-11:30a 
Tuesday April 16: 6:00p-8:00p 
Thursday April 18: 11:00a-1:00p
If the above times do not meet your needs - please contact Meg Seldin ( 301-332-9490) to arrange an appointment.
Temple Sinai Is Adding to Its Philanthropy Team!
As we continue to move forward with the campaign and the Temple's philanthropic goals, we have added a new role to the team, a Campaign and Relationships Manager. This position will focus on keeping the campaign going strong, as well as maintaining relationships within the congregation to ensure there is strong support for the temple. If you or anyone you know might be interested, please click here. We are working with KEES to help find a great candidate for this role. For any questions, please contact Sue Bultman, Senior Consultant, KEES. 
Interested in volunteering as a mentor?
A friendly, polite smart, young man, who will be starting high school next year, would like a mentor. He has high-functioning autism, and relates well to others. He likes to swim, play chess and video games. Send an e-mail to sinaihouse@gmail.com to learn more.

5 th Annual Tricia Davis 5K Walk/Run for Sinai Hous e
Mother's Day, Sunday, May 12 at 8 AM
Rock Creek Park, Carter Barron Parking Lot, Washington, DC
Your participation inspires our residents and supports Sinai House in its mission to enable families to move from homelessness to independence by providing safe and affordable housing, comprehensive social services and financial support.  Visit  SinaiHouseDC5K.com  or email us to
  • Register as a runner or walker
  • Join a team or create a new one to walk or run with friends or your class!
  • Start your own Personal Fundraising Page
  • Become a Sponsor 
Sunday, April 28 | 3 PM
TSWRJ Mah Jongg Event. Learn more. 

Wednesday, May 1 at 7:30 PM
Erev Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Remembrance) Service with guest speaker Prof. Amos Goldberg on Antisemitism and the Holocaust. Learn more.

Friday, May 3
6:00 PM: Tot Shabbat Service & Participatory Dinner.
8:00 PM: Shabbat Service & Festive Oneg: Yom HaAtzma-ut/Israel Celebration

Sunday, May 5 at 11 AM
1st Time B'nei Mitzvah Parent Gathering. Learn more.

Sunday, May 5 at 4 PM
Shards: Cantor Evan Kent's one-man musical show. Learn more.

Thursdays, May 9, 16, 23, 30 at 10:30 AM
Mazo Education Series: Anti-Semitism-The Unending Menace. Register.

Friday, May 10 at 6:30 PM
Confirmation Shabbat Service
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