Havdallah and Kirtan-Style Selichot featuring Chazzan Aníbal Mass on the Harmonium, with participation by Rabbi Alan Green, Bill Weissmann on the Tambourine, Jay Stoller on the Drums, and Patrick Elazar on Guitar.
Everyone is welcome to attend Havdallah and Kirtan-Style Selichot | Registration is encouraged, but not necessary. Registrations for the dinner happening at 7:00 PM is now closed - everyone is welcome to attend the service at 9PM.
Saturdays at 10:00 AM followed by Kiddush
and Torah L’Chayim (Exceptions: Nov 26 - 9:00 AM Bat Mitzvah)
Join us for a shortened, engaging and interactive Shabbat morning experience. Discover an accessible, meaningful, inspirational service that will be sustainable for future generations. The focus is on communal praying, learning and self-discovery, led by our Clergy and Ritual Team in a way you’ve never seen them before! Try it and tell us what you think!
• Monday to
Thursday — 7:30 AM, 6:00 PM
• Friday — 7:30 AM
/ Kabbalat Shabbat Service — 5:30 PM • Shabbat Morning — 10:00 AM (Exceptions: Nov 26 - 9 AM Bat Mitzvah) Click here for information. • Saturday Evening — 6:00 PM
• Sundaysand Canadian Holidays — 9:00 AM, 6:00
• Jewish Holidays on Weekdays — 7:30 AM, 6:00
• Jewish Holidays on Weekends — See Saturday and Sunday Schedule Above
Praying together at daily services can be very uplifting and rewarding. People who
are saying kaddish or have yahrzeits for loved ones are appreciative of
the support of our daily Minyan. Please help out by joining us
once or twice a week ... and bring a friend! If you have any questions
about this service, call Bill Weissmann, Shammes, at 204-452-3711 x456 or
Service For All Families!
With Leslie Emery
2016: 10:30 AM on October 29, November 12, 26, December 10
2017: 10:30 AM on January 14, 28, February 11, 25, March 11, 25, April 8, 22, May 6, 20, June 3, 17
Gratitude • Song • Prayer • Puppets • Torah • Togetherness • Kiddush • Celebrate Shabbat as a family!
This study group covers a range of topics associated with the Torah portion of the week, quoting from a wide variety of Kabbalistic, Rabbinic and modern sources, in a way that even a beginner will be able to gain a clear understanding. Each weekly lesson will feature a free English/Hebrew guide, with commentaries and study questions for you to take home.
Our sanctuary is more
family friendly than ever! In addition to our friendly and
welcoming ushers, a play area with toys is now located at the
back of the sanctuary, complete with plush Torahs, picnic tables
and Shabbat themed books. Children are welcomed to the bimah to
participate during the service! Give us a try this Shabbat!