Sinai Green

Sinai Green (formerly Green Committee) is all about action: We're taking concrete steps every month to reduce energy, water, waste, and pollution. We started with the Temple itself, but we involve the entire Sinai community in conscious steps to reduce our footprint on the planet.

There are lots of great projects for anyone who wants to join the committee. We meet on the second Tuesday of the month at the Temple. If you want to learn more, contact Richard Hart.

Shabbat in the Woods
Saturday, May 20, 2017
Roberts Regional Recreation Area, Huckleberry Picnic Site
10570 Skyline Blvd

Shabbat in the Woods has something for everyone. We've arranged a full day in Roberts Park, including services, activities, hiking, singing, and, of course, eating. Enjoy some or all of the day in an informal setting that lets you experience Shabbat as a real day of rest in natural beauty.
If you are joining us for services, please bring a chair or picnic blanket and don't forget to dress in layers.

9:00 - 10:00am: Avodah SheBalev Shabbat Study and Meditation
10:30am - 12:30pm: Green Shabbat Morning Service
12:30 - 1:30pm: Potluck Lunch
2:00 - 4:00pm: A mix of activities for those who want to relax and those who want to explore
4:00pm: Havdallah Hike
5:00pm: Camp-Style Singalong with Joel Siegel
6:00pm: Havdallah Service
6:30pm: Nosh

Going Green

Our Green Building
Our fabulous new building (2010) is Silver LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Certified.  
We are also proud to be a Bay Area Green Business.
We are continuing our efforts by looking at how we use our building and invite you to join us by learning more and participating in our Green Committee

Celebration of Tu B'shevat
"On the 15th day of the month of Shevat the Jewish community celebrates the holiday of Tu B'shevat, or what is commonly known as the 'New Year for the Trees'.  While the Tu B'shevat Seder is meant to be a celebration of our relationship with nature, it is also a time of education and reflection;  a time to look at our impact on the world around us and change the way to interact with our environment during the coming year."
     -From Temple Sinai Green Committee's Tu B'shevat Haggadah.  Click here to download.