Temple is all about connection

We are sharing services, classes, and social gatherings online while our building is closed in compliance with public health measures. We hope that all Temple members stay safe and connected with Temple.

Click here for more information on Temple’s remote activities

Stay safe, and stay connected


(if you need help accessing Zoom, read these tutorials)

Schedule of Services

Click on the button links for more information. Need help with the Zoom links? Send us an email.


Online Shabbat Services


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.

Torah Study, Saturdays at 9:00 am


Shabbat Specials:

Shabbat music at Temple captures some of our favourite tunes from Temple’s Friday night liturgy. Available online or to download.



Rosh Chodesh:

Rosh Chodesh Elul: Thursday, August 20 at 9:00 am


Parsha of the Week

Our Rabbis’ Torah thoughts on the weekly Torah portion (parsha).

Read this week’s Torah thoughts

Chai with the Rabbis

Three rabbis, six series (three seminars per series). This year, the High Holy Days will be like no others. Take the time to prepare. One series per member; registration is limited. Contact sally@templemontreal.ca to reserve your spot, indicating which series you have chosen. All sessions will be via Zoom and the links will be sent to those who register.
No charge.
Click here for a flyer with all the details

Support Temple: Online Payment Available

Pay your contribution, make a donation, buy a Memorial Plaque or register for Torah School.


For instructions on how to make an online payment, click the box below.


Look What’s Happening at Temple

Interested in connecting with like-minded people who have similar interests? Join our newly forming Small Groups at Temple. Click below for more information; contact Sari if you have questions. sari@templemontreal.ca


August Sale!

Order your High Holy Day honey!


August 11th | 12 noon

Daring, Diversity and Democracy with Annamie Paul

Lunch Together Online

Annamie is a lawyer, international affairs expert, and social entrepreneur. Born and raised in Toronto, she is a first-generation Jewish Canadian with a Master of Public Affairs from Princeton and law degree from UOttawa. Annamie was the 2019 Toronto Centre Green Party Candidate and former Green Party International Affairs Critic. Annamie has worked in international affairs around the world. She founded an NGO innovation hub and a non-profit to help marginalised peoples enter Canadian politics. She is an Action Canada Fellow, Echoing Green Fellow, and alumnus of the Government of Canada Recruitment of Policy Leaders Program.


Yizkor Video

At Temple, we have a long tradition of honouring the memories of our loved ones on Yom Kippur with the printed Roll of Remembrance. This year, we are continuing this tradition in a new way, by creating a video which will be incorporated into the Yizkor service online. As with our print Roll of Remembrance, you may submit names that will appear as text in the video. This will be in keeping with the solemnity of the day. We are providing an additional opportunity for remembrance to those who have lost loved ones in the last year. We invite you to submit a photo of your loved one, along with their name, the years of their birth & death, and one line, up to 10 words, describing who they were. As in the past, we ask for a donation of $18 for each name that you share.

If you have names/photos to submit for this year’s Yizkor Video, please click on the blue button below. Names submitted after August 21st may not be included in the video.



Temple in the News

Ask the Rabbi

Send your question to Rabbi Grushcow


Rabbi’s Bookshelf

Buy all your books through our Indigo affiliate program and you will be helping Temple.


Capital Campaign

Help us build Temple together – Today


Life & Legacy

LIFE & LEGACY is a partnership between the Harold Grinspoon Foundation (HGF) and Temple Emanu-El-Beth Sholom that promotes after-lifetime giving.

Why participate?

Making a provision for Temple in your will or estate will leave a legacy for future generations ensuring that the traditions and institutions that mean so much to you today will exist for tomorrow. To have a conversation about leaving a legacy at Temple please send us an email.

Read the article about the launch of LIFE & LEGACY in Montreal.

It’s not about the number—it’s about ensuring the continuity of Jewish institutions important to you. A legacy gift of any size makes a difference!

Thank you to those that have pledged to leave a legacy to Temple:

Robert Davis, Shellie Ettinger, Rabbi Lisa and Shelley Grushcow, Dr. Barbara Morningstar, Corey and Tiffany Phelps, Michael Tinkler and several anonymous donors.