“…and my house shall be called a house of prayer for all peoples”
Want to put some light back into your holiday? Join educator Joanne Seiff as she suggests at least 8 ways you can add meaning to your Chanukah experience through exploring relevant themes, activities and ritual while you watch those candles...
We have resumed our Shabbat morning services on a monthly basis. Morning services begin at 9:30 a.m. The next Shabbat morning service will be on November 16th, at Temple Shalom, 1077 Grant Avenue. Our Shabbat services are followed by a potluck...
Welcome! The New Shul of Winnipeg Inc. is a new synagogue in development, spearheaded by a group of Winnipeg Jews from diverse backgrounds. We have come together to build a centre for Jewish thought, creation, learning, prayer and volunteerism.
Follow this link for more Information and to pay your membership dues online, print off a Membership Application, and see our Fair Share Dues Schedule. Not sure? See our Top Seven Reasons to join The New Shul….prepare to be swayed!
Please support us in any way you can: become a member, make a donation in honour of a loved one, spend some of your time…help us build The New Shul and realize our vision! This is your shul: join a committee, chant Torah, lead a portion of services, bring a pareve or dairy dish for Kiddush (see our ethical and practical Kashrut guidelines), be a guide to those who are new to prayer services. There are many opportunities to volunteer your time. See our Act page for suggestions!
As we begin our journey as a new congregation, it is our first priority to ensure that we can provide a siddur (prayer book) and chumash (book with the five books of Torah, the Prophets and other writings) for the use of every visitor attending our weekly services, as well as supporting our learning programs for the benefit of the entire community. Please do whatever you can to help!
No guilt required – we promise you will feel great making a difference in your world! We are currently building our membership, fundraising, youth and ritual committees. There’s something for everyone and many other volunteer opportunities abound:
Building a home for all Jews and their loved ones through study, prayer and ethical living.