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The Jewish Post and News - May 27, 2014 by Rebeca Kuropatwa

 

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We have a pain free fundraiser happening at Temple Shalom.  For the vendors you normally would use anyway, you buy gift cards through the temple for the amounts you would likely be spending... additional cost to you... ZERO!

We are ordering every two months so if  you find this an easy way to help out, you can order again at the end of October.

The vendors give a percentage of the cards bought to Temple Shalom. You get to spend 100% of what you pay for the cards and there is no expiry date on the cards.
If we order $4400 worth of cards, we pay nothing for shipping and handling. I will be submitting the order on Friday this week and we are short $1500 in orders... if you shop at Safeway, Superstore, Sobeys or Walmart for  your groceries, please purchase cards for what you spend in a month or even for a week... it would be really appreciated. Even a purchase of $50 or $100 would help. [I spend that much on Starbucks cards for the 2 months before our next order!]
We have had additional unbudgeted  costs due to the basement's flooding and the need to replace our sound system and this is one way you can help out, at no cost to you!
Use this link to see what cards are available and then email me indicating what you want.

 

September/October 2014

Sept Oct calendar

 

High Holiday Leaders….

 

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:

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

Babysitting

 

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….

 

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


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Building Update:   No timeline yet as to how restoration will progress.  In the meantime, the social hall will be usable for our Rosh Hashanah Onegs.

HH Info: - We are looking forward to a smooth entrance to the Temple with the security changes that have been made. Your patience and understanding will be most appreciated.  Please remember that parking up the ramp in our lot is for disability (you do not need a special card), and that once the lot is full and/or at 10:30am, the doors will be locked.  Thank you to our ushers who have volunteered their time to help.

There will be a Yizkor sheet on the table outside the sanctuary.  Please add your loved one's names whom you wish to remember during Yizkor, on Yom Kippur day. 

HH Call-ups: - This year there will be group call-ups during the Torah service on Yom Kippur.  There will be call-ups for new members of 3 years, veteran members, post Bnei Mitzvah members, members who are healing & who have healed.  It will be an honour to welcome you to the Bimah, so please plan on attending.

Show & Save cards have arrived.  You are welcome to pick them up at the office and/or reserve.  They are $20.

Chesed Committee: - We are in need of members who are interested in serving on the Chesed Committee.  This is a most rewarding mitzvah.  The first meeting is Monday, Sep. 29, 7pm, at the Temple.  Please contact Ruth Livingston @ 204-475-4768 if you plan to attend.

Hold the date!!  Monday, October 13, 11am - Sukkot Lunch & Discussion, "Bake & Take" Cinnamon Buns.  Scroll for poster!

 

Office hours Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - Noon

Emergency Family Crisis:  204-470-1435 or 204-470-0846

Services at Temple Shalom

 

     Wed Sep 24,  7:30pm Erev Rosh Hashanah with Rabbi Karen, 

Cantor Len & the TS choir conducted by

Janet Pelletier-Goetz

Thu Sep 25, 10am Rosh Hashanah Day 1 with Rabbi Karen, 

Cantor Len & the TS choir

Fri Sep 26,  10am Rosh Hashanah day 2, interactive service

with Rabbi Karen

  Fr Sep  26, 7:30pm Shabbat Shuva Service led by Rabbi Karen Soria with Cantor Len Udow

Sat Sep 27, 10am Torah study with Rabbi Karen

        12pm Yoga Shalom

4pm Joseph Chronicles with Rabbi Karen

Sun Sep, 28  3pm Tashlich – off site - TBA

 

Upcoming Services at Temple Shalom

 

Friday October 3,   7:30pm Kol Nidre with Rabbi Karen, Cantor Len & the TS Choir

Saturday October 4,  10am Yom Kippur Service.

    4pm Yizkor & Concluding Services

Friday October 10,       6:15pm Sukkot family Potluck, Dairy, no meat.

    7:30pm Family Shabbat/Sukkot service lay led by

Judith Huebner with Cantor Len.

Saturday October 11, 12pm Yoga Shalom

 

Irma Penn School of Jewish Learning  

Wednesday, September 24, no classes.  Erev Rosh Hashanah 

Rosh Hashanah Day 1 Children Services: – Thu. Sep 25, 9:15am

Tashlich: - Sun. Sep 28, 11:30am - (more info TBA)

Community Wide Tashlich Picnic, Wed Oct 1, 5-7pm.  See poster below.

 

 

 

 

Up-coming Events at Temple Shalom

The Sukkot Workshop, sponsored by NJOP (national Jewish outreach program).

Monday, October 13th         

Sukkot Lunch and Discussion

Cinnamon Buns: Bake & Take

11:00 @ Temple Shalom

 

Events held at Temple Shalom

 

ThursdaysWeight WatchersMeetings cancelled until further notice due to restoration after flooding. 

Community Health & Well Being program“Human Trafficking” with Tammy Junghans, U of Manitoba,  Wed. Oct. 1, 1:30pm

Coffee House :-   TBA Advance tickets $10; at the door $12.  Doors open 7pm.

 

For Your Interest.

 

Visit the Temple Shalom website for more information on upcoming events and  services at  www.templeshalomwinnipeg.ca

TWITTER - www.twitter.com/tshalom1
 

 FACEBOOOK -
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http://www.winnipegjewishreview.com/   Sep. 23 edition

 

Shana Tova from the Jewish Foundation of Manitoba

Shana Tova from Jewish Child and Family Services

Shana Tova from the Consulate General of Israel, Toronto

Shana Tova from the Jewish National Fund

Shana Tova from the Canadian Institute for the Study of Antisemitism


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