Welcome to Temple Sinai
your Contemporary Conservative Synagogue!
Temple Sinai of Swampscott and Marblehead has been observing and celebrating Conservative Judaism on Boston’s North Shore since 1954. We have a vibrant and committed community of members who strive to create a warm, welcoming, egalitarian, and inclusive atmosphere for worship, learning, and socialization. Our congregants consider themselves to be Temple Sinai’s mishpachah, not just members, with deep connections to the synagogue.
Temple Sinai’s response to COVID-19
In consultation with our leadership team and with awareness of what other religious institutions on the North Shore and in the Greater Boston area are doing regarding mitigation of spreading COVID-19, Temple Sinai has canceled all building-related activities as of Friday, March 13, 2020. Temple Sinai leadership is constantly reassessing the situation. Canceling all building-related activities means that all Kabbalat Shabbat services, Shabbat services, classes and meetings are canceled or postponed as they regard the building. At this time, Temple Sinai is hoping to reopen the facility in late-July/early August for socially-distanced Shabbat services following guidelines provided by the State of Massachusetts and procedures recommended by various Jewish and similar organizations.
While the building is physically closed, Temple staff will be checking voicemails at 781-631-2763 and emails to firstname.lastname@example.org. Also please refer to our Facebook page for updates.