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Programs, Adult Education, Tikun Olam

Shalom, Hello! Our names are Rena and Tali, and we work to connect congregants to Jewish life, to one another, and to the synagogue community by offering meaningful learning opportunities and experiential Judaism through rich Shabbat, holiday and cultural programs. Whether you want to volunteer, come to a program, explore educational opportunities, or don't know where to begin, we can help you.

Our annual and ongoing offerings include:

  • Adults: Sukkot Seudah, Tu B'Shevat Seder, Megillah Reading, and Tu B'Av Celebration of Love.
  • Adult Education: Young Adult Chamishi Shaarey Zedek professional development, Real Women of Jewish Winnipeg education and networking, Shabbat: A Taste of the World to Come Shabbat preparation topics and food, Torah L'Chayim Torah study, Choosing Judaism conversion and Judaism refresher course, Hebrew Reading Course Levels I and II, Tikun Leil Shavuot, Tikun Leil Tisha B'Av, and webinars.
  • Family Events/Programs: Chanukah Celebration, Purim Extravaganza, Shabbat Dinners, and Baby / Toddler Playgroups.
  • General Audience: Sukkot Seudah, Megillah Reading, and Congregational Pesach Seder.
  • Tikun Olam: Winnipeg Harvest volunteer night, West Broadway Ministries Christmas luncheon, JCFS Food Yom Kippur Drive and ongoing food collection, Winnipeg Harvest Yom Kippur Drive and ongoing food collection, Eyewear Collection for third world distribution (Sisterhood also collects for Willow Place Women's Shelter. We also have a B'nai Brith Donation Blue Bin onsite.)

Reach out to us — we're here to help!

Dr Rena Secter Elbaze
Engagement & Education Director, & Lay Clergy

Tali Millo
Program Director & Lay Clergy

Upcoming Events!

All Events
  • Tuesday ,
    AugAugust  16 , 2022
    Park Playdates
    Tuesday, Aug 16th 11:00a to 12:00p


  • Thursday ,
    SepSeptember  1 , 2022
    Torah L'Chayim (Torah Study)

    Thursday, Sep 1st 12:00p to 1:00p
    Explore a variety of themes raised each week in the Parasha. No experience is necessary, no Hebrew knowledge required, and you don’t need to be a Torah scholar. The format is adapted from our post-Shabbat service meetings -- Rabbi Mass will present themes of the Parasha, with questions taken online by chat on Facebook and YouTube. Join us in studying with the Rabbi and enjoy hearing how our ancient texts influence our contemporary lives.


  • Sunday ,
    SepSeptember  11 , 2022
    Choosing Judaism 2022-2023

    Sunday, Sep 11th 11:00a to 12:30p


  • Monday ,
    SepSeptember  12 , 2022
    Stay Young Club
    Monday, Sep 12th 11:30a to 1:15p



Sat, 13 August 2022 16 Av 5782