Celebrating our siddurim – a special kiddush

lev-shalem-web-002Saturday, December 21, 2019 — It’s hard to believe, but this December marks two years that we’ve had our new prayer books. The Lev Shalem (A full heart) offers user-friendly and gender-neutral language. There is also comprehensive commentary – from both modern and more traditional sources.”Printed in 2016, this is a new kind of prayer book and the latest to be released by the Rabbinical Assembly.” Continue reading Celebrating our siddurim – a special kiddush

Kiddush Honoring Leah Levi

Safta Leah

On Saturday, November 30, 2019 following services, the Reznick family invites the congregation to attend a kiddush luncheon in honour of our wonderful Leah Levi. With deepest gratitude and appreciation for all of her years running the best Hebrew School this side of the Rockies, for her dedication to Camp Miriam, and for making warm nurturing educational environments for our children.

Kiddush recognizing those who have supported the grieving

Grieving WomanPlease join together following services on Saturday, November 9, 2019 for a kiddush luncheon in gratitude and recognition for all the heartfelt and generous support that the Congregation Emanu-El community has given to grieving families this past year — in which the fabric of community and the cycle of life have been so tenderly and spiritually held. This kiddush luncheon is in memory of Cabe William Crossman z”l, son of Sarah Corrin and Lyndon Crossman.

Oppenheimer family celebrates Canadian citizenship

Oppenheimer CitizenshipSaturday, October 26, 2019 — The Oppenheimer family have recently become Canadian Citizens. Seen holding their certificates are (l-r) Lucila, Ana, Rachel & Robert. They were among 101 people from 27 countries to receive their citizenship certificates at the ceremony. In celebration of this event they invite you to join them for a kiddush luncheon following services on Saturday, October 26, 2019.