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Monday, January 14 at 12:45 PM
Our first discussion of 2019 with Jewish educator Itzik Eshel will focus on Israel's political system as we move toward the upcoming election. All are welcome.  Learn more.
Rabbi's Class
Tuesday, January 15 at 10 AM
All are welcome to attend Rabbi Roos's class on Maimonides, which meets on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month. Questions? Contact Michelle Becker.
Mazo Education Series: A Good Death
Thursdays, January 17, 24, 31 & February 7 at 10 AM
Since we all have to die, let's discuss how to do it well. The course will include practical and emotional aspects of preparing to have a dignified death. This class will be taught by Dr. Carol Hausman, a clinical psychologist and gerontologist. Learn more and register.
Shabbat Shira 2019: Bridging the Divide
Friday, January 18 at 7:30 PM ( note special service time)
Celebrate Shabbat with boogie-woogie wonder Daryl Davis and a knockout band! Daryl, a consummate pianist and vocalist, is a dynamic speaker with a personal mission: to promote racial harmony, one person at a time. His peaceful approach has led many to renounce violence and hate. Read more.
Join us as we infuse our worship with the inspiring spirit of Dr. King through sermon and song. Q&A and a special festive oneg to follow service.
Women's March
Saturday, January 19
The Women's March returns to Washington. After discussing this year's march with leaders of the congregation, including the Temple Sinai board, we have decided to provide transportation to the march and to provide the opportunity to march as a congregation. Sign up for the TS bus. Questions? Contact Rabbi Goldstein.

Rabbi Goldstein will also be speaking about the complexities of the march and the decision to participate during Shabbat services this Friday, January 11.
Praying With Our Feet
Monday, January 21 at 10 AM
All of our volunteer spots at A Wider Circle are full. Join the waitlist. If you are currently registered and can no longer attend, please email us so someone may volunteer in your place. 

We're heading back to A Wider Circle on Saturday, March 16! Sign up to join. 
Tu BiSh'vat 2019
Tu BiSh'vat celebrates the environment and the beauty and bounty of the Earth

Tu BiSh'vat Shabbat Service with Festive Prozdor & Participatory Dinner
Friday, January 25
The Shabbat service and prozdor (6 PM) will have an environmental flair. Following the service, please join us for a participatory dinner. RSVP for dinner.

Program with DC & MD Attorneys General
Sunday, January 27 at 3 PM
We welcome Brian Frosh, the Attorney General of Maryland, and Karl Racine, the Attorney General of the District of Columbia, to discuss the important work they are doing to protect the environment in our area and throughout the country. Refreshments will be served.  Learn more.
Join the Temple Sinai Delegation to the Consultation on Conscience
Early Sale Ends on January 30
The Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism's biennial social justice leadership conference will take place May 19-21 in DC. This conference will provide an unique opportunity to build connections, learn skills needed to advocate for social change, deepen our knowledge on critical issues, and lobby Congress together. Importantly, we will work to refine Temple Sinai's social justice strategy in order to strengthen the congregation-and the Reform Movement's-capacity to make meaningful change. 
Use the DelegationEarly19 promotion code you will pay only $329 to register and will be eligible for an additional $75 subsidy from the temple. We are also offering to fully subsidize the $99 registration fee for TS member college students, as well as providing other temple members with a $25 subsidy for the one day registration fee. Learn more and register. Feel free to contact our delegation co-chairs, Glenn Engelmann or Barbara Kraft with any questions.

Temple Sinai's own Liz Dunst is being honored the evening of Monday, May 20. Learn more and purchase tickets for this event.
Saturday, January 26
TSMRJ Breweries Tour and Lunch. Learn more and sign up.

Sunday, January 27
TSWRJ Dinner for NIH Children's Inn. Learn more and sign up.

Tuesday, January 29 at 10 AM
People of the Book Club:  The Assistant by Bernard Malamud. Learn more.

Friday, February 1 at 6 PM
Tot Shabbat Service & Participatory Dinner. RSVP for dinner.

Saturday, February 2 at 10:30 AM
Jewish Disability Awareness Kehillat Shabbat Service with guest speaker Rabbi Fred N. Reiner

Saturday, February 2 at 1 PM
Haftarah Chanting Class begins. Learn more and sign up. 

Wednesday, February 6 at 7:30 PM
Washington's Other Monuments presented by TS Gun Violence Prevention Group. Read more in the Sinai Quarterly. 

Friday, February 8 at 6:30 PM
Camp Shabbat Service

Sunday, February 10 at 2 PM
TSWRJ Fashion Show at Lord & Taylor. RSVP.
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