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.

Membership information

Curious about membership, even from afar? Learn more about the ways Temple is committed to providing spiritual sustenance.

Schedule of Services

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

Online Shabbat & Holiday Services

Services have pivoted online. Please join us via Zoom.

Service hours: Fridays evening at 7:45 pm; Saturdays at 10:15 am

Torah Study, Saturdays at 9:00 am

Rosh Chodesh:

Rosh Chodesh Kislev Friday, November 5 | 9:00 AM
Rosh Chodesh Tevet Saturday, December 4 | 10:15 AM

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.

Gift Shop News

Look What’s Happening at Temple

This program is supported by Linda Kivenko, in memory of her sister, Mona Kaufmann.

Tuesday, October 26th | 12 noon
Jonathan Goldbloom and Bernard St. Laurent, “The Political Landscape”

Tuesday, November 2nd | 12 noon
Cantor Gideon Zelermyer “On and Off the Bimah: The Musical Meanderings of Cantor Gideon Zelermyer”

Tuesday, November 9th | 12 noon
Rev. Paula Kline and Anwar Aljhooj, Montreal City Mission (MCM) “The Montreal City Mission: the journey from exclusion to community”

Tuesday, November 16th | 12 noon
Dr. Bob White “The ABC’s of Anti-Racism and Interculturalism”

Tuesday, November 23rd | 12 noon
Rivka Campbell “Harmony in a Divided Identity: A Minority Within a Minority”

Tuesday, November 30th | 12 noon
Judy Batalion “The Light of Days: The Untold Story of Women Resistance Fighters in Hitler’s Ghettos”

Tuesday, December 7th | 12 noon
Tom Cohen “Liberal Judaism: A View from the Trenches in France”

Tuesday, December 14th | 12 noon
Dr. Sarah Benor “Echoes of Yiddish”

See What’s Going on 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

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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, Arlene Fels, Louise Dery-Goldberg and Joel Goldberg, Rabbi Lisa and Shelley Grushcow, Dr. Barbara Morningstar, Corey and Tiffany Phelps, Eileen Ramos Segal, Joel Segal, Brahms E. Silver, Michael Tinkler, Neil Wiener, and several anonymous donors.