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Join us for a meaningful Holiday Experience

we welcome our neighbors to our meaningful, traditional services in a warm spiritual environment.

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FIRST DAYS OF SUKKOT

 

Friday, October 2- EREV SUKKOT
6:37 Candle Lighting Time


 

Shabbat, October 3 - DAY 1 SUKKOT
9:45 am have a chance to shake the Lulav & Etrog
10:00 am Morning Service Begins
11:00 am Hallel with Lulav & Etrog
7:36  Light Candles After

Sunday, October 4 - DAY 2 SUKKOT
 
9:45 am have a chance to shake the Lulav & Etrog
10:00 am Morning Service Begins
11:00 am Hallel with Lulav & Etrog
  
 
SHMINI ATZERET
Friday EVENING, October 9.
Candle Lighting Time 6:25

Shabbat, OCTOBER 10- SHMINI ATZERET
10:00 am Morning Service
11:00 YIZKOR SERIVCE

Sunday morning, October 11
Morning Services: 10:00 AM

SIMCHAT TORAH CELEBRATION: 11:00 AM

Boxed Kiddush and joyous dance in place Hakafot!
Kiddush Sponsored by Mr. Shelly & Devora Zelunka
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Services

Rosh HashanaServices with Chabad are designed to make everyone feel welcome and at home. The prayers, conducted with Hebrew/English prayer-books, are lively, engaging and inclusive – spiced with inspiring tunes and insightful explanations throughout – allowing all to absorb the experience at their own level. Whether you consider yourself Reform or Conservative, Orthodox or unaffiliated, Sefardi or Ashkenazi, well-versed or unversed; at Chabad, the labels and classifications fall away – as all stand equally beloved before G‑d. Sermons and announcements likewise speak to all participants, and are always, relevant, stimulating and enlightening.

No Membership

Shofar (small)Services are open to all Jews from all walks of life – regardless of background, level of observance or affiliation. The Chabad credo centers on the concept of Ahavat Yisroel – the love and acceptance of a fellow Jew without judgment or preconditions. It is this spirit of unity and sense of belonging that permeates the entire atmosphere throughout all services, meals and special gatherings of Chabad’s High Holidays throughout Toronto. This “no membership” policy also applies to all services, classes and programs throughout the course of the year at Chabad of Danforth - Beaches. Our doors and our hearts are always open to you.


Staff

PrayerChabad’s rabbis tend to break the mold of traditional rabbinical stereotypes with their warmth, dynamism, humor, spirit and approachability.