We’re Here for You
Mi Shebeirach imoteinu M’kor habrachah laavoteinu.
Bless those in need of healing with r’fuah sh’leimah,
the renewal of body, the renewal of spirit,
and let us say: Amen
If you or a loved one are dealing with illness, injury, hospitalization or hospice care, please contact the Temple office so Temple Emanuel Sinai can be of service to you in the ways which best meet your needs.
In addition to our clergy, we have congregants dedicated to helping others through our Caring Committee and are available to help in a variety of ways.
Clergy and Temple staff can also help put you in touch with community resources if needed.
Each week during Shabbat services our clergy read the names of people who are in need of healing: physical, emotional or spiritual. Rabbi Valerie also invites those present in the sanctuary to add a name aloud, but we can always choose to hold those names silently in our hearts. We then sing the Mi Shebeirach together, as composed by Debbie Friedman.
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The High Holy Days are a time for reflection, introspection, prayer, and reconnection. Temple Emanuel Sinai needs participation from congregants like you to make the holidays meaningful. Many of the ways to help require no previous experience (e.g., reading an English piece)! Sign up today!
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