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Welcome!
OUR SHUL IS OPEN FOR PRAYER

Is Chabad for Me?

Chabad is an inclusive, non-judgmental,  environment,  attended by people just like you. 
You will be warmly welcomed with a prayer book and a smile.
Chabad does not charge membership—if you are Jewish, you are a member. 
Chabad offers traditional services with contemporary messages using Hebrew, English and French prayer books.
Everyone is welcome at both locations, however the style of Service @ Chabad Bois Franc is Sefardic with Sermons and commentary in French; the style of Service in Chabad @ Beth Ora is Ashkenaz with Sermons and commentary in English.
Seat Reservations and donations is what sustains us, however not required to attend services. 
Looking forward to welcoming you.
 
All are welcome, No charge • Reserved Seating Greatly Appreciated. Traditional service with contemporary message Hebrew/English/French prayer books
Insights and explanations
Prayer instructions throughout the service
Services
ROSH HASHANAH
Sunday, Sept. 25
Candles 6:28pm
Evening Services 6:30pm

Monday, Sept. 26
Morning Services 8:30am
Shofar 11:30am
Tashlich & Shofar 5:00pm
Shofar in the Park 5:00pm - Multiple Locations
Evening Services 6:30pm
Candles* after: 7:28pm

Tuesday, Sept. 27
Morning 8:30am
Shofar 11:00am
Shofar in the Park 5:00pm - Multiple Locations
Evening Services 6:30pm
Ends at 7:27pm
 
YOM KIPPUR
Tuesday, Oct 4
Kaparot: 5:00am
Candles 6:10pm
Kol Nidrei 6:15pm

Wednesday, Oct 5
Morning 8:30am
Yizkor 11:30 am
Afternoon 5:00pm
Neilah 6:10pm
Fast Ends 7:11pm

Services are held in 2 locations:
Sepharade/French Service at
Chabad Bois Franc 2500 des Nations
Ashkenaz/English Service at
2600 Rue Badeaux, H4M 1M5
 

High Holiday 4 Kids Schedule:
Sep. 26, 11am & 5pm
Sep. 27, 11am & 5pm
Oct. 4, 6:15pm
Oct. 5, 11am & 6pm