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Temple Sinai


Temple Sinai

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The year was 1962 when a handful of Jewish “pioneers” followed their vision of creating a religious community that would better fit Reno’s progressive Western culture.

Breaking away from the Conservative Congregation, Temple Emanu-El, the seven families (Louis and Ruth Dickens, Leah and Bill Garell, Jake and Mary Garfinkle, Gene and Bea Brown, Milton and Becky Gumbert, Sam and Judy Cantor, and Stanley and Fran Fielding) approached Rabbi Joseph Glaser of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations to establish a Reform Congregation. (Jake Garfinkle had to resign his post as president of Temple Emanu-El to join the group).

Temple Sinai was not the first Reform Congregation in Reno. In 1946 the Reform Temple Beth Or had merged with the Conservative Temple Emanu-El, leaving Reno’s Jews without a more modern take on religious observances.

Temple Sinai’s first president was Louis Dickens, a local plumbing supply contractor who had spearheaded the move towards independence. Soon other families joined the tiny congregation. Among the earliest members were George and Ethel Jaffe, Paul and Lillian Rubin, Lucien and Louise Zentner, Rube and Nan Goldwater, Harry and Hannah Chernus, and Bert and Esther Goldwater.