Shabbat Specials

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Shabbat Specials

Shabbaton with Dr. Ron Wolfson

Friday, November 9 at 6:00 PM: Community Shabbat Dinner
Advance registration required. Cost: $25 Adults Members, $12 Children Under 16 years of age; $35 for Adult Friend of Temple and $20 for Children under 16 years of age Friend of Temple. Free for Circle members and New Members (by invitation only). For more information and to register, email Rosie or call 514-937-3575 ext. 213.

Shabbat services at 7:45 PM: Envisioning The Relational Synagogue
Saturday, November 10 at 9:00 AM Torah study, The Seven Questions You’re Asked in Heaven

Dr. Wolfson is an inspirational speaker and a popular scholar-in-residence and traveling the world speaking on a wide range of topics in Jewish life. He is a pioneer in the field of Jewish family education. He is the Fingerhut Professor of Education in the Graduate Center for Jewish Education at the American Jewish University in Los Angeles and President of the Kripke Institute for Jewish Family Literacy and the Center for Relational Judaism. He is the author of Relational Judaism, The Spirituality of Welcoming, and his most recent book (with co-authors Rabbis Nicole Auerbach and Lydia Medwin), The Relational Judaism Handbook. He eats frozen yogurt just about every day.

This program is sponsored by Gail Issenman and Green Door Music Inc

“Ron Wolfson only recited one story when we heard him at the URJ Biennial in December 2017 – but what a story! Not a sound in the room, only a deep silence full of reverence and awe. This amazing raconteur and superb teacher will be with our Temple congregation on Friday, November 9th and Saturday, November 10th. Please come, listen, share your stories, and hear what this man knows about how to make our community even warmer, even more inclusive, and even more joyous. “His stories will make you think, make you laugh, and think that spiritual discovery is possible [Abigail Pogrebin].” Maggie Jacobs

Ashley Langburt,
In the Navy: What’s a Nice Jewish Girl Doing in a Place Like This?

Friday, November 23 | 7:45 PM
Ashley Langburt is a Naval Communicator for the Naval Reserves at HMCS Donnacona. She works as a reservist while pursuing degrees in Political Science and Linguistics from Concordia University. If you have served in the military, please let us know by email to
communications@templemontreal.ca, so we can honour and invite you in this service.