Rabbi Bill Tepper was live with Nadai Kidwai of CBC Radio Winnipeg on Sunday morning. Enjoy the story of our "Flying Rabbi"...
February/March at a Glance
February 26, 1pm - Family Hamentashen Baking Workshop - CANCELLED
Friday March 3, Shabbat Together, Shabbat Across Winnipeg, Rady Centre
♥5:15pm Kabbalat Shabbat Service with Rabbi Tepper, Berney Theatre
♥6:15pm Shabbat Dinner with Rabbis' Panel & Children's Program
♥March 4-5, Limmud
♥Saturday, March 11, 7:30pm - Purim Shpiel
♥Sunday, March 12, 11:30am - Megillah reading
12-2pm - Children's Purim Celebration
♥Saturday, March 18, 8pm - Jewish Songwriters Night
Once again there will be a Cross Canada Community Shabbat celebration at the Rady Centre on Friday March 3rd. Rabbi Tepper will lead the Kabbalat Shabbat Service in the Berney Theatre with Cantor Len Udow at 5:15 pm; followed by dinner on the campus. Ticket and registration deadline Feb. 24. (see above). Order early as it will be a full house. Last year there were more than 400 participants at Etz Chayim. If you cannot make the dinner, please come to the Shabbat service. There will not be a Friday night service at the Temple.
Limmud is just around the corner - March 4 & 5. Limmud Winnipeg 2017, March 4-5:Limmud Winnipeg | There's a place for you at Limmud! Check the website and peruse the programs. We are in for another successful community adventure. Rabbi Tepper will make a presentation on Sunday afternoon at 4pm, "All Under The Tent: The Beauty of Inclusion in Judaism".
We are excited to announce our next special event: Jewish Songwriter Night at Temple Shalom. March 18, doors open at 7:30, show starts at 8 pm. Licensed event, includes fabulous deli food. Performers will be Len Udow, Jane Enkin, Nation of Two, and Micah Erenberg. Tickets ($15) are available now, call 1-800-838-3006. Scroll for poster.
Office hours this month: Monday - Friday 10:00 AM - Noon
Emergency Family Crisis: 204-470-1435 or 204-470-0846
Services at Temple Shalom
Friday February 24 7:30pm Shabbat Service lay led by Patrick Elazar
Saturday February 25 12noon Yoga Shalom
Shabbat Across Canada
Friday March 3 5:15pm Kabbalat Shabbat Service led by Rabbi Tepper & Cantor Len Udow at the Rady Centre, Berney Theatre
6:15pm Shabbat Dinner Rady Centre
Saturday March 4 10:30pm Torah Study with Rabbi Tepper
12noon Yoga Shalom
7:30pm Adult Ed. TBA
Friday March 10 7:30pm Shabbat Service lay led with Cantor Len Udow
Saturday March 11 12noon Yoga Shalom
7:30pm Purim Shpiel with Cantor Len, Janet & the Shpielers
Sunday March 12 11:30am Reading of Megillat Esther
Friday March 17 8pm Friday Night Live
Irma Penn School of Jewish Learning
Judaic School Sunday 26 at 10:30am
Hebrew school Wednesday Feb 22, 4:30pm
Events held at Temple Shalom
Thursdays - Weight Watchers: Evening meetings. Doors open at 5pm.
Community Health & Well Being program sponsored by Area Congregations. Wednesday, March 1, 1:30pm. "Staying Safe with Medications" presented by Pharmacist Jason Hoeppner.
Grant Wilton Coffee House Concert, Saturday, February 25, 2017 - "Spruce and the Meadowlark" . Tickets $15, at door $17. Phone Phil at 204-488-0207.
Learn Bridge with Sue Treble. Classes will resume Thursday, April 6.
For Your Interest.
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WINNIPEG JEWISH REVIEW- Winnipeg Jewish Review
An invitaion from Bnai Brith & Winnipeg Friends of Israel
B'nai Brith in Winnipeg and the Winnipeg Friends of Israel (WFI) are proud to present a screening of the film "Never Again: A Broken Promise" on Wednesday Feb. 22, 2017 at 7:00PM at the Berney Theatre in the Asper Jewish Community Campus.
The film is a documentary that features testimonies of four victims of genocide now residing in Winnipeg. They are survivors of the Holocaust, the Yazidi Genocide, Rwandan Genocide and Cultural Genocide in Residential Schools.
Professor Adam Muller from the University of Manitoba will talk about Genocide and Human Behaviour and following the screening we will hear from the very survivors featured in the film.
Admission is free but attendees are asked to bring a non-perishable food item for donation.
A trailer for the film can be viewed below:
Please let us know if you are planning to attend.
We look forward to seeing you there.