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A Welcoming Intimate Reform Jewish Community in Winnipeg

If you are searching for a welcoming, progressive Jewish community, more powerful connection to Judaism, fresh approaches to life-long Jewish learning and opportunities to help change the world, come join the Temple Shalom family. The temple offers a weekly Shabbat Service, Friday Night Live, Torah Study, Adult Education and Adult Hebrew Classes as well as a Religious School for your children.

Our congregation will be delighted to have you drop in for a visit. Temple Shalom is accessible for people with limited mobility and is a scent-free environment.

Upcoming Program


Annual Community Potlock Seder


Czech Scroll Program

Service Times

Service Date & Time

Service Times
DateTimeService Leaders
Friday, March 24th7:30 p.m.Myriam Saitman & Len Udow
Friday, March 31st7:30 p.m.Linda Freed & David Vamos
Friday, April 7th6:00 p.m.R. Allan Finkel & Len Udow
Friday, April 14th7:30 p.m.Linda Freed & Len Udow
Friday, April 23rd7:30 p.m.Sherry Wolfe Elazar & David Vamos
Friday, April 28th7:30 p.m.Allan Finkel & Len Udow

Latest News

Brunch and Learn with Rabbi Allan

Join us in the Social Hall at Temple Shalom on Sunday, April 16th at 10:30 a.m. The Joys of “Intertexting”– Finding Deeper Meaning in our Prayers Do you ever wonder why we recite the Mourners Kaddish even though it has no mention of grieving or loss? It turns out that...
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Make your own matzoh Workshop

Have you ever thought about how cool it would be to bake your own matzoh for your seder, for the afikomen? This is your opportunity! Join master matzoh bakers Michael and Brian Doob on Sunday, April 2nd at 1:00 p.m. at Temple Shalom’s Social Hall
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What We Believe

What We Believe

Reform Judaism sees the Torah as a living document that enables us to confront the timeless, timely challenges of our everyday lives.

The Reform Jewish Movement believes there is more than one authentic way to be Jewish and that Judaism must change and adapt to the needs of the day to survive. The Union for Reform Judaism’s legacy, reach, leadership, and vision ensure we can unite thousands of years of tradition with modern experience to strengthen Judaism today and for generations to come.

What We Do

What We Do

“Be like the disciples of Aaron, loving peace and pursuing peace, loving people and bringing them closer to Torah.”
– Pirkei Avot 1:12

The Union for Reform Judaism strives to create a more whole, just, and compassionate world. We motivate and mobilize people from diverse backgrounds to participate and deepen their engagement in Jewish life in ways that ultimately transform themselves, their communities, and the world at large.

Who We Are

Who We Are

The Union for Reform Judaism leads the largest Jewish movement in North America.

Our Judaism is for everyone. It is egalitarian, intellectually rigorous, joyful, spiritual, pluralistic, and constantly evolving. It is soul-elevating spiritual practice, life-altering Torah study, courageous practice of tikkun olam, loving care for our community, especially the most vulnerable — that is what we are.
— Rabbi Rick Jacobs, URJ President

Land Acknowledgement

Temple Shalom Winnipeg is Located on Treaty 1 Territory

We are grateful to the First Nations and Metis traditional keepers of this land for their stewardship and for their grace in sharing it with us.

Adonai, whose care is for all living things, grant us the courage to work for peace and to remedy the wrongs of the past, even when the price is painful so that the land will be a blessing to all its inhabitants, its neighbours and to all who journey in this world.