The Seder Table
The word "seder" literally means "order" in Hebrew. The name comes from the fact that there are 15 parts of the ritual service, all revolving around the upcoming Passover dinner.
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Thank you a bunch volunteers who came out Saturday to help with the dumpster THAT DIDN'T ARRIVE. I apologize for their not delivering it, although it was on order and was supposed to be delivered Thursday. When I inquired what happened, they said they didn't know where to put it and it was too big even though they received explicit instructions where to place it, and we order the smallest bin they have. Nor did they phone to let us know. I'm sorry it didn't work out, but thank you too to those who stayed and helped with other stuff. Much appreciated.
Volunteers/Help still needed! We ordered a dumpster from another company that will be delivered this Friday morning April 10. We still need to get rid of much stuff that has accumulated in the storage room. If the dumpster doesn't arrive Friday morning, I will email you not to come. Please let us know if you can make it.
Thanks to all who ordered gift cards through Fundscrip, and a special thank you to Ruth who takes care of it. Next order due date is the last week of May.
Cemetery plot rates will be increasing by $100 as of April 1, 2015.
"Unto Every Person There is a Name": Yom HaShoah Ceremony, Thursday, April 16, 9:30am in Room 254 at the Legislature. It will be followed by The Annual Public Holocaust Commemoration at the Holocaust Monument at noon. Both Rabbi Karen and Miral will be reading names in Room 254. Scroll for more information.
Office hours Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - NoonEmergency Family Crisis: 204-470-1435 or 204-470-0886
Services at Temple Shalom
Fri Apr 10 6pm Community Pesach 3rd Seder. See details below. Seder lay led by Linda Freed & Seema Schachter
Sat Apr 11 12pm Yoga Shalom
Fri Apr 17 5:15pm Welcome to Shabbat Children’s Service led by Rabbi Karen
Fri Apr 17 7:30pm Shabbat & Shoah Memorial Service led by Rabbi Karen with Cantor Len & Sherry Wolfe-Elazar & Ruthie Soudack Maman
Sat Apr 18, 10:00am Shabbat Shacharit Torah Service led by Rabbi Karen with Cantor Len
Sat Apr 18, 4pm Pirkei Avot with Rabbi Karen
Sat Apr 18, 7:30pm Havdalah & “Tales of the Holocaust” (see below)
Friday April 24 8pm Friday Night Live Shabbat Service lay led by Ruth Livingston with Cantor Len Udow & the FNL Band "Bring a Friend to Shul"
Saturday April 25 12pm Yoga Shalom
Friday May 1 7:30pm Shabbat Service with Cantor Len, leader TBA
Saturday May 2 12pm Yoga Shalom
Irma Penn School of Jewish Learning
Classes resume Wednesday April 8, 4:30-6:30 with special Passover snacks.
Up-coming Events at Temple Shalom
"Tales of the Holocaust" - a time of story-telling & song with Rabbi Karen Soria, Jane Enkin & Janet Pelletier-Goetze, piano & guitar. Sat Apr 18, 7:30pm with Havdalah & Kiddish.
Upcoming Learning at Temple Shalom
Intro to Judaism with Rabbi Karen, Thu Apr 16, 6:30pm.
Read Hebrew classes with Ruth Livingston beginning Monday, April 20, 6pm.
Events held at Temple Shalom
Community Health & Well Being program sponsored by Area Congregations, "Building Your own Fairy Garden" Wed. May 6, 1:30pm. Presented by Ken Land of St. Mary's Nursery and Garden Centre.
Coffee House :- Saturday, April 25 7:30pm "Jocelyn Gould Trio" with special guest Kelly Bado. Advance tickets $10 - at door $12. Doors open at 7pm. Phone Phil for info - 204-488-0207.
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
Rabbi Karen's blog post - Templeshalomwinnipeg.wordpress.com
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"Unto Every Person There is a Name"
Yom Hashoah Ceremony
“UNTO EVERY PERSON THERE IS A NAME”
Thursday April 16, 2015 9:30 am – 11:15 am
On April 16, 2015 here in Winnipeg and throughout the world, victims of Nazism will be remembered and their names read aloud by Holocaust survivors, by family members of victims of the holocaust, and by prominent and private citizens.
For the past twenty two years, The League for Human Rights of B’nai Brith Midwest Region has presented this programme, held in the room 254, Manitoba Legislative building, in honor of Yom Hashoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day.
During this programme, the names of Holocaust victims that are inscribed on the monument at the Manitoba Legislature are read aloud. These names are of individuals and families who perished in the Holocaust whose survivors and families came to Manitoba. They and their children and grandchildren have contributed greatly to every facet of life in our community and province.
We invite you to participate and join with other members of our community in reciting the names during the ceremony. By personalizing the individual tragedy of its victims and survivors, this programme seeks to defy the dangerous trends of indifference and ignorance of recent history that are ever present in the world at large, and will restore some dignity to those who were stripped of their identities and robbed of their lives. As many names as possible will be read in the time available.
Chair, B’nai Brith Canada
“Unto Every Person There is a Name”