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 Click photo above to view current issue of Lev HaDavar, the Temple Israel Bulletin.

Temple Israel is a community of approximately 160 families. It is a positive and strong Reform Jewish presence in the London community, with a Religious School, Pre-School Experience, an active program of Adult Education, Social Action, Outreach, and social events. Our Shabbat Services, holiday and life-cycle observances are warm and inspiring.

We welcome Jewish and interfaith couples, traditional and non-traditional families, singles, LGBT, and people of every age, race and ethnicity. Whether you are new to Judaism or a learned scholar, you will find a warm welcome and a comfortable home at Temple Israel.

Explore our website, join us for services, classes, and programs, meet our members, visit our library and gift shop. You will find many opportunities to enrich your experience of Judaism. If this is your first visit, we hope you will come back often. Membership information can be found in the "About Us" section, on the MEMBERSHIP page.


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Temple Israel High Holy Days at a Glance

Date

Service and Time

Location(s)

Selichot

Saturday, September 16, 2017

Mincha and Israel Discussion led by Judith Wiley:

Supporting Progressive Judaism in Israel -

The importance of the work of ARZA Canada and others

4:30 pm

Potluck Oneg

5:30 pm

Havdalah and Selichot

6:00 pm

Temple Israel

605 Windermere Road

Erev Rosh HaShanah

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Erev Rosh HaShanah Service

6:30 pm to 8:00 pm 

Erev Rosh HaShanah Dinner

8:30 pm

(time approximate after the service)

JCC

536 Huron Street

Temple Israel

605 Windermere Road

Rosh HaShanah Day Thursday, September 21, 2017

Rosh HaShanah Morning Service 

10:00 am to 1:00 pm 

Rosh HaShanah Lunch

1:00 pm,

(time approximate after the service)

JCC

536 Huron Street

Temple Israel

605 Windermere Road

Shabbat Shuvah

Friday, September 22, 2017

Shabbat Shuvah Evening Services

7:30 pm

(NO Potluck Oneg)

Temple Israel

605 Windermere Road

Family Programs

Sunday, September 24, 2017

Rosh HaShanah Family Service - Preschool Program

10:00 am

Rosh HaShanah Family Service

11:00 am

Potluck Lunch

12:00 pm

Temple Israel

605 Windermere Road

Kol Nidre/Erev Yom Kippur

Friday, September 29, 2017

Erev Yom Kippur/Kol Nidre Service

7:30 pm To 9:00 pm

JCC

536 Huron Street

Yom Kippur

Saturday, September 30, 2017

Yom Kippur Morning Service

10:00 am to 12:30 pm

Healing Service

4:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Afternoon Yizkor

5:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Closing N’ilah

6:00 pm To 7:00 pm

JCC

536 Huron Street

Sukkot

Sunday, October 1, 2017

Sukkot Pancake Breakfast and Sukkah Decorating

10:00 am

Temple Israel

605 Windermere Road

Sukkot

Thursday, October 5, 2017

Sukkot Morning Service

10:00 am

Temple Israel

605 Windermere Road

Sukkot

Friday, October 6, 2017

Shabbat & Chol HaMo-eid Evening Service with Hallel

7:30 pm

Temple Israel

605 Windermere Road

Simchat Torah

Friday, October 13, 2017

Potluck "Preneg" Snacks Before Services

6:00 pm

Erev Simchat Torah/Consecration Service

6:30 pm

Simchat Torah/Atzeret

Saturday, October 14, 2017

Simchat Torah Morning Service & Yizkor

10:00 am

Followed by a potluck kiddush

More information on the High Holy Days page.

 

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CONGRATULATIONS to our own

AILENE WITTSTEIN AND RABBI DEBRA DRESSLER

FINALISTS FOR 11TH ANNUAL PILLAR COMMUNITY INNOVATION AWARDS

Congratulations to Ailene Wittstein and Rabbi Dressler for their projects’ recognition as finalists for the Pillar Community Innovation Awards (Community Collaboration category). Award recipients will be announced at the awards ceremony on Wednesday, November 22nd at the London Convention Centre.

Temple Israel is proud of the work our members do in the greater London community. Mazel Tov and good luck on November 22!

To purchase tickets, please visit  https://2017pcia.eventbrite.ca

 

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Temple Israel (of London)

605 Windermere Road
London, Ontario
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Phone: 519-858-4400
Email: office@templeisraellondon.ca 

Rabbi Debra Dressler: 

rabbi.dressler@templeisraellondon.ca

 

 

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This Week at Temple Israel

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THIS WEEK’S REMINDER FOR EVENTS AT TEMPLE ISRAEL

 For more details please visit our website:

www.templeisraellondon.ca   

Wednesday, September 13
REGISTRATION DEADLINE FOR RH DINNER & LUNCH - See below
1:30-4:30pm - Combined Hadassah & Friendship Club @ JCC
4:45pm - Midweek Hebrew School - Opening Day
7:30pm - Choir Rehearsal @ TI
Saturday, September 16 - Selichot (New for 2017) - See Below
4:30pm - Shabbat Mincha Service and Israel Discussion led by Judith Wiley.
5:30pm - Potluck Oneg to follow discussion.  Please bring a dish to share
6:00pm - Havdalah and Selichot Service led by Rabbi Dressler.  
Sunday, September 17
9:30am-12:00 Noon - Religious School
11:00am-Noon - Kindergarten Experience
10:30am-Noon  - Israeli Dancing at JCC - See below
11:00am-2:00pm - PJ Library Picnic at JCC
2:30-5:30pm- Interfaith Tree Planting @ 472A Castlegrove Blvd (near Wonderland & Sarnia Roads)
Monday, September 18
7:30pm - JEM Series @ JCC - See below
Tuesday, September 19
11:30am-1:00pm- AJE-The Exciting and Provocative Cinema of Israel-Shlomo Schwartzberg @ JCC
Wednesday, September 20-Erev Rosh HaShanah
4:45pm - NO Midweek Hebrew School
6:30-8:00pm - Erev Rosh HaShanah Service @ JCC
8:30pm-Approximate after service Erev Rosh HaShanah Dinner @ TI-See below
Thursday, September 21-Rosh HaShanah Day
10:00am-1:00pm-Rosh HaShanah Morning Service @ JCC
1:30pm-Approximate after service Rosh HaShanah Lunch @ TI (doors open 1PM)-See below
Wednesday, September 20 through Saturday, October 14

Temple Israel High Holy Days at a Glance with updated Sukkot information is below
Upcoming Family and New Services

Sunday, September 24 - Family Programs
10:00am-Rosh HaShanah Family Service - Preschool Program
11:00am-Rosh HaShanah Family Service
12:00am-Potluck Lunch.  Please bring a dish to share.
Saturday, September 30 - Yom Kippur - (New for 2017 -Healing Service)

10:00-12:30pm-Yom Kippur Morning Service
4:00-5:00pm-Healing Service (New for 2017)
5:00-6:00pm-Afternoon Yiskor
6:00-7:00pm-Closing N’ilah

           Erev Rosh Hashanah Dinner- Wednesday, September 20, 2017

 Following the service join us for a light dinner buffet at Temple Israel prepared by Willie’s Café

          Menu will include:

Spinach and Four Cheese Manicotti with marinara sauce
                          Baked Salmon Fillets with caper dill sauce and basmati rice
                 Mixed Green Salad with balsamic vinaigrette
        Caesar Salad (No Bacon)
     Sauteed Seasonal Vegetables
        Seasonal Fruit Cobbler

Time: 8:30 PM (time is approximate after service)

Price: $35.00 per adult and $15.00 per child (12 and under)

Pre-Registration is required. Let us know number of adults and children attending.

                REGISTRATION CLOSING DATE is September 13, 2017.   

To Register::  Call  Monday-Thursday @ 519-858-4400 or Email:  Office@templeisraellondon.ca.

Rosh Hashanah Luncheon - Thursday, September 21, 2017

Immediately following the service consider a light lunch  at Temple Israel

      MENU

                Assorted Tea Sandwiches  (Tuna, Egg Salad)
Assorted Tea Wraps  (Chicken Salad, Roasted Vegetables, Curried Potato & Apple)
        Caesar Salad (No Bacon)
            Cookies and Squares

Time: Doors will open at Temple Israel at 1:00 PM

Price: $15.00 per adult and $10.00 per child (12 and under)

Pre-Registration is required. Let us know the number of adults and children attending.

                               REGISTRATION CLOSING DATE is September 13, 2017.

To Register:  Call  Monday-Thursday @ 519-858-4400 or Email:  Office@templeisraellondon.ca



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SUKKOT PANCAKE BREAKFAST AND SUKKAH DECORATING

10:00AM  Sunday, October 1, 2017

SUKKOT MORNING SERVICE
10:00AM Thursday, October 5, 2017

SUKKOT
Shabbat & Choi HaMo-eid Evening Service with Hallel
7:30PM Friday, October 6, 2017

More Details to be provided in the upcoming weeks

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Gift Shop @ Temple Israel


We are going to be open Sundays 10 am to 1pm anytime school is in session.
  Come and see us for lovely new gift items and Judaica.


Friday Night Onegs are Changing

Beginning Friday, September 1, we will no longer have potluck Onegs following standard Friday services.  Unless someone is hosting an Oneg to celebrate a simcha or observe a Yahrzeit, refreshments will be limited to coffee, tea, challah, and wine or juice for kiddush.  This does not affect the “Pre-neg” snacks before the early Shabbat Evening service.

We still warmly welcome hosts for an Oneg to mark a special occasion.  For more information on hosting an Oneg or Shabbat morning kiddush, please contact the Temple office.  
Yahrzeit Notification Update

Temple Israel is currently converting our Yahrzeit notifications to email, expected to be operational in September.  Please review your notices and let the office know if you require any changes. Members who do not have an email address will receive a letter of notification via regular mail.

Donations can made in memory of your loved ones with the office by phone at 519.858.4400 or email at:   office@templeisraellondon.ca

As always, thank you for your patience and support as we move to more cost efficient and timely methods of communication.  

Congratulations:  JEM enters 13th year!

Come help us celebrate our bar mitzvah year by attending a presentation and see why JEM is still going strong.  You may even learn something new!  

Under the able leadership of Gail Bass, JEM is now entering our 13th year of providing interesting and stimulating presentations weekly.  Committee members work hard to find over 20 knowledgeable speakers each year, many from Toronto or Western University, who present a wide range of topics of interest to the entire London Jewish community.   Moreover it’s free!  Committee members consist of: Gail Silverman Bass, Fred Ball, Sonia Halpern, Al Levy, Sandra Safran, Susan Merskey and Daphne Stevens.



September 18, 2017: Coping with Tragedy: A Detroit Synagogue's Response to the Murder of its Rabbi ~  T.V. (Thomas) LoCicero Author T.V. LoCicero will talk about the divergent ways a grieving congregation responded to his true-crime classic, Murder in the Synagogue, about the shocking assassination of its Rabbi, Morris Adler. Emotions ranged from the supportive embrace of Lo Cicero’s perspective to a criminal conspiracy to undermine the resulting book.

T.V. LoCicero is also the author of the true-crime book, Squelched (sequel to Murder in the Synagogue), and of several novels, including Sicilian Quilt, When a Pretty Woman Smiles, The Car Bomb, Admission of Guilt, and Babytrick. He has also published in Commentary, Ms., and The University Review. With his own video production company, he has written/produced/directed more than 50 full-length documentaries, 75 shorter features, and 30 live-event programmes. His work has been recognized with 22 Emmys and many other awards.



Put on your dancing shoes, wear something comfortable and learn Israeli dancing with Nicki Ishai.  This is an informal group that gets together most Sunday mornings in the lounge at The JCC at 10:30am.  There is no fee for this event.  

Level 1 - 10:30am-11:15am, then stay for
Level II -11:15am-12noon.

Dancing resumes Sunday, September 3.

For further information, feel free to contact Debbie Rosenzweig at     debbier289@gmail.com

Please visit our website often at templeisraellondon.ca or tilondon.ca. There you will find information about upcoming events, services, classes, and programs, as well as general information about your Temple. Highlights include a quick summary of upcoming events on our homepage, worship schedule on the Shabbat and holidays pages, adult education opportunities, youth education schedules, and a community cookbook. Our homepage also displays convenient links to our Facebook page, maintained by Rael Wienburg, our Google Plus page, maintained by Linda Zimmerman, and our Suggestion Box, maintained by Elizabeth Teevan.  

If you are a TI member and have not yet received a username and password to enter the "Members' Lounge" section of our website, please contact your Webmaven
at <
webmaven@templeisraellondon.ca> for assistance.
Also, please visit our Temple Israel Facebook site and consider becoming a member:
http://www.facebook.com/#!/groups/TempleMember
The September, October issue of Lev HaDavar, the Temple Israel Bulletin has been posted to the TI homepage. (No password required).  Past issues are available in the Lev HaDavar Archive in the Members' Lounge section of our website. (Password required)

Upcoming Special Events - Temple Israel

Temple Israel Events:  

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           Erev Rosh Hashanah Dinner- Wednesday, September 20, 2017

 Following the service join us for a light dinner buffet at Temple Israel prepared by Willie’s Café

        Menu will include:

Spinach and Four Cheese Manicotti with marinara sauce

                          Baked Salmon Fillets with caper dill sauce and basmati rice

                 Mixed Green Salad with balsamic vinaigrette

        Caesar Salad (No Bacon)

     Sauteed Seasonal Vegetables

        Seasonal Fruit Cobbler

Time: 8:30 PM (time is approximate after service)

Price: $35.00 per adult and $15.00 per child (12 and under)

Pre-Registration is required. Let us know number of adults and children attending.

                                REGISTRATION CLOSING DATE is September 13, 2017.   

To Register::  Call  Monday-Thursday @ 519-858-4400 or Email:  Office@templeisraellondon.ca.






Rosh Hashanah Luncheon - Thursday, September 21, 2017

Immediately following the service consider a light lunch  at Temple Israel

        MENU

                Assorted Tea Sandwiches  (Tuna, Egg Salad)

Assorted Tea Wraps  (Chicken Salad, Roasted Vegetables, Curried Potato & Apple)

        Caesar Salad (No Bacon)

            Cookies and Squares


Time: Doors will open at Temple Israel at 1:00 PM

Price: $15.00 per adult and $10.00 per child (12 and under)

Pre-Registration is required. Let us know the number of adults and children attending.

                               REGISTRATION CLOSING DATE is September 13, 2017.

To Register:  Call  Monday-Thursday @ 519-858-4400 or Email:  Office@templeisraellondon.ca



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Saturday, October 14 at 3:00pm - Shabbat Shiur
Afternoon Text Study and Havdalah

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*** NOTE: Next Book Chavurah Saturday, October 21 at 1:30pm. ***
We will be reading
  The Middlesteins by Jami Attenberg.
All are welcome, whether you have read the book or not.


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Lev HaDavar- Temple Israel bulletin in PDF format

 

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View or download the Current Issue of Lev HaDavar. (no pasword required) 
Past issues of 
Lev HaDavar
 are available in the Members' Lounge (Username and password required.)




Lev HaDavar - Temple Israel Bulletin in Flip Page Format

Temple Israel Library Catalogue

- photo by Rael Wienburg

Click here for the Temple Israel Library Catalogue

You can search the catalogue by title, author, or tag (=subject)
or browse through the catalogue in any order you wish.

Plan to visit the Temple Israel Library (2nd floor) any time our building is open.

Announcements

ANNOUNCEMENTS

♦ WELCOME to our RJ Web 2.0 Temple Israel website!!!
Most of our websit
e does not require Login.  Usernames and Passwords for Temple Israel members have been created.  Login provides access to the Members' Lounge section of our website and to Bikur Cholim Sign-Up Sheets (None at this time.)  If you are a TI member and have not received a Username and Password, or if you have forgotten yours, please contact Linda Zimmerman, webmaven@templeisraellondon.ca

NOTE: We are pleased to announce that Login is now working. 

♦ Do you need a ride?
If you can’t drive in the dark, or you’re without a car (or license) and you want to come to Temple for any reason (a program, a service) please call the Temple Office with as much notice as you can, but even if it’s for the same day, please call. 

♦ If you are planning an activity...
Please remember to call the Temple Office (519)858-4400, as early as possible to reserve a room.
♦ Lev Ha-Davar
The June, July, August issue of Temple Israel's bulletin, Lev HaDavar, is now available on the TI homepage -- LOGIN NOT REQUIRED. NOTE: Past issues and calendars will continue to be available in the Members' Lounge (Login required).
♦ Mishkan T'filah and Torah Commentary Dedications
Please consider dedicating one (or more) of our new prayer books or Torah commentaries to honour a special occasion or the memory of your family and friends. Details on the Donations page.

 NEW!!!  Panoramas
Panoramas of our Temple (front and rear views), Sanctuary, Library, and Kitchen by Rael Wienburg have been posted on the About Us - Our Building page.
 
♦ Our Front Door is now the Main Entrance for Shabbat and Holiday Services.
Please note that for Shabbat and Holiday services, people are invited to enter through our beautiful front door and lobby.  The side entrance will be used to bring in food and, until such time as we have wheelchair access in the front, the side door will continue to be used for wheelchair access. 
At all other times, the main door will remain locked, and people should enter the Temple through the side door.

♦ Please Note!!
For the sake of our custodians, Ira and Sergio Saavedra, please ensure that, at any Temple function, if you move chairs from one floor to the other, you return them to their original level. Thank you.
♦ Please Sponsor an Oneg or Kiddush
Members of Temple Israel take turns providing refreshments for Oneg Shabbat or Shabbat Kiddush. It:s a great opportunity to honour a yahrzeit, a simcha, or other special person or event. Contact Temple Office.
♦ Reform Judaism Magazine
Reform Judaism Magazine ceased publication in 2014, after the printing of the Fall 2014 edition.   Previous content is available at reformjudaismmag.orgPast Issues and Browse by Subject).
♦ Suggestion Box
Do you have a suggestion? A brilliant idea? A comment? Send it in to the Temple Israel suggestion box. Email suggestion.box@templeisraellondon.ca 
♦ Temple Israel Endowment Fund
Managed under the London Jewish Community Foundation, all contributions to this Fund are held in perpetuity, and the interest income will be provided each year to Temple Israel to help support our growing needs. [MORE INFORMATION ON THE DONATIONS PAGE]
♦ Temple Israel on Facebook
Thank you to Rael Wienburg for setting up a page for "Temple Israel of London, Ontario, Canada" on Facebook: http://tinyurl.com/TIonFacebook .
♦ Temple Israel on Google Plus
Temple Israel now has a presence on Google Plus. Find us at http://tinyurl.com/TIonGPlus Join Google+ (It's free), then follow our page by putting it in one of your circles. This is completely optional. Our website templeisraellondon.ca remains Temple Israel's primary means of sharing information with our members.
♦ Temple Israel Gift Shop and Online Gift Shop
The TEMPLE ISRAEL GIFT SHOP and ONLINE GIFT SHOP pages are now available.

♦ 
Things to Do to Help Temple Israel that can be Completed in Three Hours or Less
    • Provide transportation for somebody to/from Services or an event
    • Provide an Oneg or Kiddush
    • Help clean up after an Oneg, Kiddush, or Holiday event
    • Join a "cooking crew" to make edibles for a Temple event
    • Help set up for a Temple event
    • Do grocery shopping for a Temple event
    • Pitch in when there is a yard clean-up
    • Provide a meal for Temple members facing health issues or bereavement
    • Sort food at the Food Bank with Temple Israel's Social Action Group
    • Help the Soup Group make wonderful vegetable soup for the Rotholme Women's & Family Shelter.
    • Participate by attending functions such as; Temple religious services, Wednesday morning minyan, Wednesday Lunch n' Learn, etc.
♦ WESTERN and FANSHAWE STUDENTS are ALWAYS WELCOME at Temple Israel services and programs.
Please join us for any Shabbat or Holiday service, for High Holy Days, and for any program that interests you. Contact office@templeisraellondon.ca or 519-858-4400.
♦ Yahrzeit (Memorial) Board
A lasting way to honour the memory of your loved ones. Information about Temple Israel's Yahrzeit (Memorial) Board is now on the Donations page.

TI Members' Blogs and Websites

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The following members of Temple Israel have offered to share access to their personal or commercial blogs and websites in this space.

We encourage other members of Temple Israel to participate.

(If you would like your link added, please email webmaven@templeisraellondon.ca   Include your name, title of blog or website, and URL.)

Note: Rabbi's Blog and President's Blog are under "About Us - Leadership" on the Temple Israel website.


Art Benjamin
Atheists, Theists and Other Fools
ataof.blogspot.ca
Suzanne Boles
Write Connection
feature writer, content creator & writing coach

www.suzanneboles.com 
Walter Zimmerman
Wally Zimmerman's PhotoSite
These photos are from Wally's recent exhibition at 

Spencer Gallery, D.B. Weldon Library, Western U.
walllyzimmermanphotos.blogspot.ca






  
           
                                                                   










Upcoming Special Events - Community

Community Events


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Hurricane Harvey Relief

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reformjudaism.org: Five Jewish Ways to Help After Hurricane Harvey

CCRJ donations page: https://ccrj.ca/donate-now

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Torah Stitch by Stitch Exhibition in Toronto: Nov 5

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The London Yizkor Project

The LYP was initiated by Lois Weiner Lowe z”l and after her death
in 1985, was continued by her husband Danny Lowe z”l (who died in
1990). The Project was developed to link Londoners (current and past)
to their family members who perished in the Shoah. With Danny’s
untimely death, this project lay dormant for many years. Because of its
importance to both the London and greater Jewish communities, the
Project has been revitalized under new (and old) leadership,


Revisiting those family lists now, it is evident that not all families
were interviewed and much more detail is needed. As information has
been received by these original survivor families, it has also been
fascinating to discover the links between those families - relatives and
friends who sponsored some of these families, as well as the past and
current familial relationships in London.

New forms have been developed by Diane Goldstein and Judy
Silver to ensure that the London link is made. If you were born in, have
lived in or are currently living in London – and have family members
who perished in the Shoah (even if they are 1 or 2 generations removed
from you), then you too should be part of the LYP. The name of each
person who perished in the Shoah will be entered into the data base at
Yad Vashem (www.YadVashem.org).

We encourage families - including child survivors, or new arrivals
to London (over the last 24 years) to be part of this initiative. The
London Yiskor Project is in a data base format. After this task is
completed, it will be easier for individual families to develop or add to
their own ‘family genealogical projects’.

Please contact
Gloria Gilbert at gloriagilbert@sympatico.ca; 519-657-3770 or
Judy Silver at judy.silver@gmail.com; 519-858-9272
for further information.
 

Upcoming TI Events

24Sep
Sunday, 24 September 2017
NO RS - HHD Family Program
27Sep
Wednesday, 27 September 2017 4:45pm - 6:15pm
MW Midweek Hebrew School
29Sep
Friday, 29 September 2017
Office Closed Fridays
29Sep
Friday, 29 September 2017 8:00pm - 9:30pm
YK Kol Nidre Service
30Sep
Saturday, 30 September 2017 10:00am - 12:30pm
YK Yom Kippur Morning Service
30Sep
Saturday, 30 September 2017 4:00pm - 5:00pm
YK Healing Service
30Sep
Saturday, 30 September 2017 5:00pm - 6:00pm
YK Yizkor Service
30Sep
Saturday, 30 September 2017 6:00pm - 7:00pm
YK Concluding Service Ne'ilah
1Oct
Sunday, 1 October 2017 9:30am - 12:00pm
NO RS Religious School
1Oct
Sunday, 1 October 2017 10:00am - 12:00pm
Sukkot Pancake Breakfast and Sukkah Decorating
4Oct
Wednesday, 4 October 2017 4:45pm - 6:15pm
MW Midweek Hebrew School
4Oct
Wednesday, 4 October 2017 6:30pm - 8:00pm
TISA - Food Sort @ Food Bank

Upcoming Community Events

9Oct
Monday, 9 October 2017
Thanksgiving Day
31Oct
Tuesday, 31 October 2017
Halloween
11Nov
Saturday, 11 November 2017
Remembrance Day
24Dec
Sunday, 24 December 2017
Christmas Eve
25Dec
Monday, 25 December 2017
Christmas
26Dec
Tuesday, 26 December 2017
Boxing Day (regional holiday)
31Dec
Sunday, 31 December 2017
New Year's Eve
1Apr
Sunday, 1 April 2018
Easter Sunday
13May
Sunday, 13 May 2018
Mother's Day
17Jun
Sunday, 17 June 2018
Father's Day
1Jul
Sunday, 1 July 2018
Canada Day

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