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Shabbat Services


All Shabbat in-person services begin at 10 am at our home, St. George by the Grange. Friday night services are at 6 pm except where noted.

Live-stream Link - Please note that we now have a permanent link for all services - please click HERE  The live-stream will open at 9:55 am.


June 15 - Rabbi Goldstein and Hazzanit Tara Abrams with guest hazzanim Yona Lunsky and Jeff Bernstein and our Shira Harmony Group. We celebrate Rabbi Goldstein becoming our Rabbi Emerita at her last City Shul service as our Rabbi. This service is limited to members only. We welcome home-made desserts for this special service. Click HERE to offer yours. The service will be live-streamed.

June 22 - Shabbat Special Event - Jewish Studio Process, Facilitated by Sharoni Sibony. Register HERE.

July 13 – in-person service with Rabbi Gottlieb and Hazzanit Tara Abrams. Registration is note required - details HERE.

July 26, 6 PM -  Kabbalat Shabbat in the park with Rabbi Gottlieb - Bickford Park

August 17 – in-person service with Rabbi Gottlieb and Hazzanit Tara Abrams

August 30  – Kabbalat Shabbat in the park with Rabbi Gottlieb - Bickford Park. The family service begins at 5 PM - Register for the Family Service HERE. Registration for the 6 PM service is not required - details HERE.

Online Siddur: Click HERE for an electronic version of Shirat Halev, to follow our services online

 COVID Protocols: Click HERE for more information.

Sponsor a Kiddush

We welcome you to sponsor our Saturday morning kiddush when we are live, in honour of a simcha or special birthday/anniversary, in memory of a loved one, in commemoration of a yartzeit, or just because! Without kiddush sponsorship we cannot offer the wonderful experience of shmoozing over lunch together after services.  Kiddush sponsorships are tax receipted. Just choose your live service date and click here (choose “Kiddush Sponsorship”).

Shabbat Service Volunteers

We are looking for volunteers to help out with our Shabbat Services. Tasks include helping to set up the sanctuary before the service begins, greeting our members and guests, directing people to where they can hang up their coats and then enter the sanctuary, collecting Siddurs at the end of the service. Each and every volunteer is valued - and this helps our service, and the Kiddush that follows, run smoothly and efficiently.  Please register HERE

City Shul Sings

Esai Enai

Words: Siddur; Music: Traditional; Arrangement by our member Stephen Reich; Video created by Ensembles.comSung by our congregants!

Technical Issues

For technical issues getting into any event or service, please
email or send a text message to
437-986-0613. Please do not text or email the Rabbi for technical issues. 

Wed, June 12 2024 6 Sivan 5784