West Houston’s Warm and Friendly Reform Synagogue

With a history that spans more than 30 years, Temple Sinai is a Reform Jewish Synagogue serving Houston, Katy, Cinco Ranch, Sugar Land, Cy-Fair and other communities in Western Harris County, Northern Fort Bend County and Southern Waller County. Led by Rabbi Annie Belford, Temple Sinai is a growing synagogue that embraces traditional Jewish practices within a framework of inclusion, diversity and respect. Our synagogue includes both individuals and families with diverse backgrounds, varying levels of religious observance, and all age groups. Interfaith families are welcome at Temple Sinai and will experience an accepting and supportive atmosphere. Religious services are joyous and uplifting affairs, filled with song, music and meaningful prayer. Join us for Shabbat and learn why Temple Sinai is the Warm and Friendly Congregation!

More About Us
Friday, February 3 at 7:30 pm
Friday, February 10 at 7:30 pm (Artist in Residence: Beth Hamon)
Saturday, February 11 at 6:30 pm
Havdallah Cafe and Concert with Beth Hamon and Joe Buchanan
Friday, February 17 at 6:00 pm (Shabbat Happy Hour)
Saturday, February 18 at 9:30 am (Bible and Bagels)
Saturday, February 18 at 10:30 am (Shabbat Morning Services)
Friday, February 24 at 7:30 pm
Event Calendar

Temple Sinai Artist In Residence - Beth Hamon
Thursday, February 9th @ 12:00PM
Friday, February 10th @ 7:30PM
Saturday, February 11th @ 6:30PM
Sunday, February 12th @ 9:00AM
Meet the Rabbi

Shalom! My name is Annie Belford,Temple Sinai Rabbi and I am filled with joy and a sense of deep honor to be a part of the only Reform Synagogue in West Houston. My rabbinate has been defined by bringing Jewish learning to life, allowing tradition to speak to us as modern, liberal Jews, and being fully present to members of my community in times of struggle as well as times of joy. The personal connections I form with people are the heart and soul of why I am a rabbi, for I believe that in these very human connections, we find connection with God. One of Judaism’s fundamental beliefs – the one that I believe most strongly – is that all people are made b’tzelem Elohim, in the image of God. Because of this fundamental belief, I recognize the image of God in everyone—regardless of race, sexual orientation, religion, or background. I strive to honor the holiness in each person and greet them with openness and kindness. I am truly in love with Judaism and its teachings; I look forward to the struggles our tradition demands, and I rejoice in the ways it uplifts my life. Judaism has the power to move us, change us, and shape our lives—a power that only comes fully alive in a community such as Temple Sinai.