Services will be led by Rabbi Karen Soria with Cantor Len Udow and the Temple Shalom Choir.
HIGH HOLIDAY EXPERIENCE PACKAGE:
Temple Shalom High Holiday Experience Package:
A one-time special rate if you have never experienced High Holiday services at Temple Shalom!
$149 per adult $199 per family
Membership: Your High Holiday package will be credited to you if you choose to become a member. There will be an additional charge of $61 MUM fee (our link to the Reform Movement), and $36 Oneg fee. After that, your membership will be pro-rated over the next 2 years.
Young Adults (under 30 years, not in school): Temple membership for the price of the special Temple Shalom High Holiday Experience package. This offer can be renewed at the price of a regular Adult high holiday ticket until age 30. .
Remember, Temple membership includes High Holiday Tickets
University Students and Military: High Holiday ticket package is free
High Holiday Seat Prices for Non-Members….
$257/adult – Package for all services
$185/senior (age 65 and over) – Package for all services
$159/adult - for either Rosh Hashanah or Yom Kippur services only
$113/senior - for either Rosh Hashanah or Yom Kippur services only
$50/school aged child (18 & under) (to a maximum of $100 per family)
Preschool children: free of charge
If you choose to become a member, the cost of your High Holiday tickets will be credited to your membership
There will be child care available for each morning service, cash donation. Bring your child(ren) downstairs, before the service to register with the caregivers.
Payment can be made by cash, cheque, Visa or MasterCard. Sorry, no post-dated cheques or post-dated visas accepted.
PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE TO PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS AT 453-1625
The Reform Movement stands with Israel!
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the IDF and the citizens of Israel.
Air miles and/or Aeroplan miles needed..
Please note! The office will be closed Monday July 21 - Wednesday July 23, and will reopen Thursday July 24.
Community Rally - Scroll for details!
Social Action & "Social " idea. A great suggestion from Judith Huebner. Please scroll for details!
Our first New Fundraiser card orders have arrived. The next order will be towards the end of August, so, if you're interested, you can get your orders in now. Call the office @ 204-453-1625 if you wish to pay by credit card. Call Ruth @ 475-4768 if you have questions. Link to the list of vendors and the gift card denominations: http://www.templeshalomwinnipeg.ca/images/Fundscrip%20order%20form.pdf
Steve's Art Show It has been a huge success and the reviews are excellent. His work will be on display for the month of July. All are invited! Arts Junktion, 312 William Ave. The website is not working.
Please consider supporting ARZA's initiative. The ARZA Website: HOME | arzacanada
Volunteers needed for Shalom Square, Folklorama. Scroll for details.
Office hours Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - Noon
Emergency Family Crisis: 204-470-1435 or 204-470-0846
Services at Temple Shalom
Fri July 25 6:15pm Shabbat Service lay led by Ruth Livingston
with Janet Pelletier-Goetze
Sat July 26 12pm Yoga Shalom
Fri Aug 1 6:15pm Shabbat Service lay led by Elliott & Elaine
Sat Aug 2 12pm Yoga Shalom
Upcoming Services at Temple Shalom
Friday August 8, 6:15pm Shabbat Service lay led by Judith Huebner
at the Huebner home @ 29 Salme Dr. with potluck dinner.
Saturday August 9, 12pm Yoga Shalom
Friday August 15, 6:15pm Shabbat Service lay led by Phil Spevack
and Isabel Cheer
Saturday August 16, 12pm Yoga Shalom
Here is a great project that you may want to help with. The Days for Girls project needs your help to make knitted washcloths for their kits. Of course, any pattern will do but they have found this one to be a sturdy one: http://lawsofknitting.com/new-knitters/kitchen-dishcloth-nonis-favorite-pattern/
Please check out the information on this incredible project below and if you're interested, please get involved.
As Judith writes, "Making the kits would be social action, but getting together to knit or assemble the kits would be a nice social opportunity". Please RSVP if you're interested!
Events held at Temple Shalom
- Thursdays - Weight Watchers at 12:45 PM and 6:30 PM
- Community Health & Well Being program - Program will continue in September.
- Coffee House :- TBA
- Your Interest.
Visit the Temple Shalom website for more information on upcoming events and services at www.templeshalomwinnipeg.ca
TWITTER - www.twitter.com/tshalom1
Winnipeg Jewish Review July 14 edition
Winnipeg Stands with Israel
PLEASE make every effort to attend the Community Rally in Support of Israel on Monday at 7:30 pm at the Asper Campus. Bring as many family and friends as you can. We want to PACK the place. For those attending the earlier rally at 4:45 pm, please note that the venue has changed from Union Station to the Canadian Human Rights Museum.
Our thoughts and prayers continue to be with the people of Israel.
For more information, visit jewishwinnipeg.org/stopthesirens. To keep up to date on this and other initatives, check us out on Facebook and click 'Like'.
Chief Executive Officer
Israel Pavilion- Shalom Square
Come and join the celebration!