Get Involved: Hazak

Hazak, Temple Sinai’s very active group for adults over age 60, provides stimulating, informative, and intellectual programming for its audience. At Hazak meetings participants experience entertaining programs within an informal, warm setting. We are proud to have over 120 Hazak members!

As proud recipients of a recent Bronze Award from the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism for our outstanding programming, our events are open to the community.


 Calendar 2015-2016

Hazak 2015-2016 Calendar Year

September 27th –  Hazak: Power of Comedy  I Brunch -Jewish Humor Goes to the Movies –  Irv Slivkin

October 15th    Power of Cinema –Hot Dog Movie Night   400-7:30 PM Peter Decherney, Professor of Cinema Studies U. o f P.

November 15th Power of Military through Music Brunch -Veterans Brunch- Fred Miller

December 13th – Power of Sports and Women Brunch-Carol  Polis, Only Female Boxing Judge

January 14th and 21rst –12:00-5:00 Power of Education I and II -AARP drivers’ training for new students

January 28 12:00-5:00 Power of Education III– AARP drivers’ training for review students

February 21– Power of Music Brunch – Dr. Thomas Stretton- Benjamin Netanyahu at Cheltenham HS and Jewish figures in Broadway Musicals

March 19thPower of Religion I Hazak Shabbat – Shabbat Service and Luncheon

March 20thPower of Religion II Sunday Brunch –- Rabbi Robyn Frisch- What she learned from working with Interfaith Families

April 3rd – Power of Religion III Sunday Brunch – Asaf Romirowsky- Predjudice against Israel and Anti-Semitism

April 11 All day Trip to NY Museums-9/11 Memorial and Museum of Jewish Heritage arrive at 7:45 AM for 8:00 AM departure from Temple Sinai.

May 1 – Sunday Brunch:  *Save the date

June 26th Power of Music II  Cantor Freeman will delight us with a new program  Final Sunday Brunch

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Contact Steven Rosen, President

Temple Sinai



Temple Sinai is an affiliated member of United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism(USCJ)