Each summer for the past 25 years, Sinai Retreats has brought students from diverse backgrounds together to relax, have fun and study with leading educators. Ask your questions about the practical and the profound. Learn about ethics, identity and spirituality in the warm and open environment of a retreat with others who share your interests. Challenge your mind and inspire your soul.
Sinai Retreats is a two-week summer experience like nothing else in the world. Our unique program gives Jewish men and women an opportunity to explore what it really means to be Jewish. At Sinai, you will engage in a vibrant excursion through contemporary and classical Jewish thought. Perhaps even more importantly, you will take this journey in a place that makes it easy to ask straight-forward questions. There’s also plenty of time for recreation and relaxation: canoeing; swimming; tennis; basketball; baseball; hiking; volleyball; water sports; and ping-pong. And that doesn’t even tell half the story! Sinai is something that must be experienced to be understood. After two weeks, you can lay the foundation for a lifetime of growth.
Looking to kick back and relax? There is plenty of time for recreation and relaxation in our 98-acre resort, surrounded by the natural beauty of the rivers and mountains of the great Adirondacks.
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Life at Sinai was the first time I felt free of a clock. There seemed to be no limit to the conversations. Both the teachers and tutors made me feel that each conversation was, at its time, the most important thing in the world for both of us. I wish everyone could have this opportunity. Thank you.
The treasures of Sinai are bestowed in just 12 days but hold their value for far longer. I highly recommend this worthwhile program.
Sinai Retreats is everything that you could imagine… sports, barbeques, hikes, and new friends --but it is also a time for reflection and learning. Sinai Retreats offers the opportunity to break away from the weight of everyday life and to connect to something much greater than ourselves.