Worship Service Times
Monday to Friday at 7:30 a.m. Shacharit
Monday to Thursday at 6:00 p.m. Mincha
Sunday at 9 a.m. Shacharit
Statutory Holidays at 9 a.m.
Friday at 6 p.m. Kabbalat Shabbat
Saturday at 10.30 a.m. Shabbat Morning & Family Shabbat
Thanks to our dedicated and capable lay leaders, these brief morning and evening services provide a warm and intimate setting for daily prayer and reflection, and for remembering a loved one who has died.
Torah is read on Monday and Thursday mornings. An informal breakfast follows each day.
We joyfully welcome every Shabbat with singable melodies and a word of Torah.
Shabbat N’ginah is the 2nd Shabbat of each month.
Join members of our congregation as we welcome Shabbat with joy of song and fervor.
We are fortunate to have with us talented musicians to help us celebrate Shabbat with passion and delightful sounds. Our melodies soar and reach the heavens while we all participate in singing and engage in prayer and reflection.
Designed for our youngest members, up to age 5. The 1st Shabbat of the month at 6 pm, during the school year, with optional pot-luck dinner to follow.
The 3rd Shabbat of the month at 5:30 pm with an arts and craft project to take home.
Hot Shot Shabbat
Designed for our students, ages 6-10. Enjoy the beginning of our 6 pm Kabbalat Shabbat services with the congregation, then join our Shinshinim for creative learning together.
The first Shabbat of each month, during the school year. Optional pot-luck dinner to follow.
Shabbat Morning Main Service
Usually held in our beautiful sanctuary, our Shabbat morning service is the centrepiece of our week. The voices of our Cantors and Temple Singers lead our prayers in celebration of Shabbat. The teachings of our Rabbis explore Jewish ideas and Jewish ideals. The life cycle occasions of our congregants — Babynaming, Bar/Bat Mitzvah, Ufruf, Special Anniversary, Significant Birthday, acknowledging recovery, accomplishment or loss — bring our congregation together in sacred community to share in each others’ joy and sorrow.
Kiddush-lunch follows for all to gather and greet.
Shabbat Morning Family Service
Every Shabbat morning during the school year, this family-friendly service brings us together for delightful prayer and song.
Three simultaneous, age-appropriate learning sessions and an informal lunch make Shabbat family time.
Our capable and compassionate lay leaders provide 8 pm evening services Sunday through Thursday in the homes of congregants in mourning.
To make arrangements, contact Hayley McAdam, 416.789.3291 ext. 246.