ATTENTION: While our building is closed until further notice in order to comply with recent orders by the Québec government, Temple is carrying on many activities remotely. For more information on Temple’s remote activities, click here. We hope that all Temple members stay safe and connected with Temple.
Shabbat services (both Friday evenings at 7:45, and Saturday mornings at 10:15) will be available by Zoom only. Clicking Here will connect you to the services and give you access to an online prayer book. We will be offering as many opportunities as possible to learn with us remotely. Please connect with us on Facebook, read your emails and check Temple’s website for updates. Click here for some Zoom tutorials.
Temple’s office will remain closed while most of our professional team works remotely. Our rabbis will be available for meetings and pastoral support by phone, and we have a team of volunteers calling our members to check in and offer help (if you want to volunteer, let Rabbi Grushcow or Rabbi Greenspan know). We are here for you.
In the biblical book of Ecclesiastes we read: “There is a time for everything under the sun… a time to embrace, and a time to refrain from embracing.” It can be hard to accept that the most important and helpful thing we can do at this time is stay home. But we are doing so to save lives and take care of one another, in keeping with our tradition and values.
Stay safe, and stay connected. For more information click here.
Rabbi Lisa Grushcow, Senior Rabbi
Neil Wiener, President
March 25, 2020
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Shabbat Services in person have been cancelled. All services will be via Zoom.
Service hours: Fridays evening at 7:45 pm; Saturdays at 10:15 am
Family Services: First Friday of each month at 5:45 pm, Saturdays at 12:00 pm
Please note that while services are on Zoom, we will continue our 7:45 pm service in addition to First Fridays.
Click here to access the online Shabbat services.
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Online Passover Seder, Wednesday, April 8 at 6:30 pm. Note: If you experience problems accessing the Seder and you are registered, please check your email; we sent important information this morning. If you are still having a problem, email Barbara using the same email address you used to register. Access to the seder will close at 6:45 pm.
Passover Services Online, Thursday, April 9 at 10:15 am & Last day of Pesach and Yizkor service, Wednesday, April 15 at 10:15 am, click here
Online Resources for Passover, click here.
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