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A New Sinai Social Action Initiative | RefugeeOne

We are excited to announce that Sinai will be working with Refugee One to assist refugees in becoming independent, self-supporting members of their new community.  Help us to bring the best of Sinai to make a difference, one refugee family at a time.  For more information click here.

A life of service and of giving | Newton N. Minow at the Sinai Forum on Wednesday, February 8 at 6 p.m.

What does it mean to be a citizen of the world?  Listen to our very own Newton Minow, recent recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom (the highest U.S. civilian honor.)  Click here for more details.

Different cultures, different backgrounds? | Join us beginning January 10.

Open Hearts & Open Door is a five-session conversation for couples who are of different faiths,ethnicities, education, and so on.  Register by emailing rsvp@chicagosinai.org or by calling the temple office at 312/867-7000. For more information, click here.

Wednesdays with Rabbi Limmer | Beginning January 4, 2017

Make Yourself More Aware of this little-known era of Jewish literary creativity through studying the fascinating stories about King Solomon. The series will trace the themes of Rabbi Limmer's newly published book, Medieval Midrash: The House of Infinite Innovation. Book purchase is not required. Join Rabbi Limmer on Wednesday, January 4, 11, 18 and 25 from 6 pm to 7:20 pm in the chapel.

Scholar-in-Residence with Dr. Kenneth Seeskin | January 8, 2017

Make Yourself More Aware of the connection between our Jewish texts and Western philosophical traditions through the remarkable opportunity to study with Dr. Seeskin, Klutznik Professor of Jewish Civilization at Northwestern University. These special classes celebrate Dr Seeskin's newest publication, Thinking About the Torah. Classes will meet on Sunday, January 8, February 5 and March 5 from 10:30 a.m. to 11:50 a.m. in the library.

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