Temple Sinai



5645 Dupree Drive NW
Atlanta, GA 30327
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(404) 252-3073
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Admin:   Bradley Levenberg

About Us:

Temple Sinai strives to create an atmosphere in which Judaism is central in the lives of its congregants. It is founded on the approach and principles of Reform Judaism. With a belief in a future as an active and progressive community, Temple Sinai continues to pursue its commitment to Torah, the practice of Judaism, to a search for God and a sense of greater spirituality, as well as the building of kehillah, true community. Temple Sinai places primary emphasis, therefore, on worship, study and community.

As a congregation, Sinai believes that full participation from a diverse and broad-based membership enables the congregation to be faithful to its philosophy. This commitment, in turn, aids in creating an atmosphere in which Jews of all backgrounds feel comfortable within the philosophy of Reform Judaism.

Temple Sinai has an Interfaith Committee, led by chairperson Adam Katz. We hold programs throughout the year and many of them are conducted by Rabbi Levenberg. Please contact Rabbi Levenberg for more information about how you can get involved.

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Category: Organization : Synagogue \ Synagogue 
Religion: Jewish - Reform
Community: Atlanta  

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