Category Archives: Temple Sinai

Back to school

It is official, I am going back to school next year. I couldn’t be more excited to be doing important learning that will make me a better rabbi in both the short and long-term! Even though it has only been … Continue reading

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Do you like fresh food?

Do you live in the GTA? Do you think that there is nothing compared to the taste of fresh produce grown locally and organically? Well, if you meet any of these criteria, join the Pri Adamah CSA! Every Tuesday come … Continue reading

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How do the youth remember?

Sally Joseph is one of two young Israeli emissaries serving Temple Sinai this year. Sally and her partner, Shalev Fried, work within the congregation to teach about Israel, imbue a love of Israel, and make a meaningful connection with our … Continue reading

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We need to accept each other

This article appeared in the Canadian Jewish News last week (I couldn’t find an online version)

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The Bagel Wars

You may not be aware of this, but people have a lot of opinions about bagels. Recently at TS there has been a lot of controversy about bagels. Every morning that we serve breakfast after minyan (Monday to Friday and … Continue reading

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Ooops!

I am pretty sure I broke a blogger rule. I said I was going to post more about Purim and then I never did. Ooops. I hope you can forgive me. Especially because now Purim is over and I’m kind … Continue reading

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Happy Pri Adamah opening day!

Hip hip hooray! Today is Pri Adamah day. That’s right. You can now go here and sign up for the 2011 season. There are some new features to the program this year… -Choose between 13 or 18 points and come … Continue reading

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