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Shabbat Services

Click HERE to see our current schedule of services.

We do not meet every week. If a date is not listed, it means we are not meeting for a service that day.

Our Kabbalat Shabbat (Fri night) services meet bi-monthly and will begin again in the fall.

IF you need to say Kaddish or are planning a visit to Toronto, and we are not running a service on a certain date, please connect with our office HERE, and we will help you locate a service.

High Holidays 2023/5784

Our High Holiday Schedule - which includes locations/dates/times of all services - is now available.

Links to Membership Renewal Forms, New Member Forms, and the form to purchase High Holiday Tickets are now available.

Please click here to view the following:

1. High Holiday Service Schedule/FAQ - click HERE

2. City Shul Members - Renewal Form - click HERE

3. New City Shul members (for 2023/24) - click HERE

4. To purchase non-member High Holiday Tickets - click HERE

5. Information about our Judaica Give-and-Take - click HERE

6. Information about our City Shul Food Drive - click HERE

Please note - An admission ticket will be required for the Kol Nidre service. Members who renew, or those who purchase High Holiday tickets, by September 6 will receive their Kol Nidre tickets by post mail before the holiday. After this date, tickets will be available to pick up before the Kol Nidre Service begins.

Your City Shul High Holidays Team

Our High Holiday Prayer Book - Gates of Repentance

For the High Holidays, starting with Selichot on September 9, we use Gates of Repentance, CCAR PressTo create an inclusive experience, each adult should have a copy of the prayer book, including those who are watching the service on our live stream.

This is the Prayer Book that we use exclusively for High Holiday services, and a pdf of this book is not available. If you have a copy of this book from past City Shul High Holiday services, you do not need to purchase a copy. Please note that this book is "out of print", so we are able to sell you used books in excellent condition at a lower price.

Please note that we do not provide prayer books and there are no loaners or book sales at services.

Please bring your book to every High Holiday Service.

Copies of this book can be purchased HERE for $20 each. If you are purchasing tickets for High Holidays you can purchase your prayer books directly on the form.

Your book will be ready for you to pick up when you arrive at your first service.

Shul Location, Directions & Parking 

SHABBAT: City Shul's home, St. George by the Grange, is located at 30 Stephanie Street, one way street east from Beverley Street between Queen St and Dundas St. We suggest using the underground parking lot accessed from McCaul St. in Village by the Grange, across the street from OCAD, or there is a Green P on Beverley and McCaul Streets. Please click here for a quick video on driving to Shul and parking. 

IMPARK  Parking Lot - 206 Simcoe Street, Lot #2 - on St. Patrick St , 1 block east of McCaul, between Dundas and Queen St.  Also accessible from Simcoe St. Weekend parking rates - $3 for 4 hours or less, $5 for 12 hours or less.

PLEASE NOTE: You cannot park in the back of St. George's.

If you are taking public transit; by subway: the nearest subway station is Osgoode on the Yonge/University line. Walk west on Queen and make a right on John Street. Dundas streetcar: exit at Beverley and walk south, turning left into the park and follow the path south toward the bell tower. Queen streetcar: exit at John and walk north one block.

Mailing address

Please note that we DO not meet at this address. It is only our mailbox

City Shul - 360A Bloor Street West, PO Box 19044 Walmer, Toronto, Ontario, M5S 3C9

Staff/Contact information

Rabbi Elyse Goldstein:

Barb Wiseberg, Synagogue Administrator and General Inquiries:

Lori Shapero-Press, Director of Jewish Learning:

Office - 437-986-0613

School - 416-897-6827

City Shul's Privacy Policy

City Shul is committed to protecting your privacy online.  This privacy policy explains the practices we use. If you have questions that are not covered here, please contact us at:

Our site contains pages where you can join our mailing list or e-mail newsletter or sign up for membership. Your information will never be shared or sold to another party. From time to time, we may send you materials by Canadian Postal Service mail. However, if you do not wish to receive materials by mail, you can let us know by calling us at

We never provide or sell our lists for commercial purposes.  

At any time, you can contact us if you need to correct your information or want to be removed from any of our lists.  

This policy may be updated as industry practices change and develop. We invite you to check back here or contact us at any time to obtain updates.

Technical Issues

For technical issues getting into any event or service, please
email or send a text message to

Please do not text or email the Rabbi for technical issues.

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Tue, September 26 2023 11 Tishrei 5784