JANUARY 13 – JANUARY 20
Friday 6:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Saturday 8:45 AM – 4:30 PM
Sunday 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Monday 6:30 AM – 7:45 PM
Tuesday 6:45 AM – 7:45 PM
Wednesday 6:45 AM – 7:45 PM
Thursday 6:30 AM – 7:45 PM
Friday 6:45 AM – 4:40 PM
Our team, services & support systems can add an important Jewish element to all stages of your life with the goal of playing the role of your extended family.
Nancy and Stephen Greenstone upon the birth of their granddaughter
Debbie and Michael Leibovitch upon the birth of their granddaughter
Johanne and Snir Amram Urbach upon the birth of a son and daughter
Lewena and Brian Steinberg upon the birth of a grandson
BAR / BAT MITZVAH:
Carla and Mitch Tkatch upon the Bar Mitzvah of their son Ben
ENGAGEMENTS AND MARRIAGES:
Jewel and Zev Mestel upon the engagement of their daughter Joni to Eric Bienenstock
Joelle and Simon Gutberg upon the engagement of their daughter Jennifer to Kevin Sauves
Shelley and Jordan Charness upon the upcoming marriage of their daughter Dvora to Ofir Shmaryahu
Zev Mestel and Family upon the loss of his beloved father Hyman Z”L
Barbara Rothpan and Family upon the loss of her beloved husband Harvey Z”L
Sari Greenbaum and Family upon the loss of her beloved husband Isidore Z”L
Gerry Kesselman and Family upon the loss of his beloved mother-in-law Goldie Morris Z”L
Sandra Reich and Family upon the loss of her beloved father Peter Z”L
We offer a variety of services that can assist, support or enhance:
Congregation Beth Tikvah Ahavat Shalom Nusach Hoari has two contemporary, fully equipped and air conditioned reception halls to suit the size and budget of your specific occasion. Whatever your special simcha, we have all of the essential elements for a warm, stylish and successful affair. Please contact the synagogue office at 514-683-5610 to book your event.
For information regarding our cemetery arrangements please Gerry Spevack through the synagogue office at 514-683-5610 for further details or to make arrangements.
Clergy and Staff
When we come to the figure of Isaac, the protagonist of this week’s reading, we tend to think of the two central events that shaped his life. Firstly, the Akeidat Yitzhak, the binding of Isaac. As Abraham reveals to his son that in place of the sheep it is he, his son who is to be sacrificed to God, the full drama of the moment sinks in. The Akeida was to have a deeply profound and almost overwhelming impact on Isaac. He is the quietest of the Avot – the forefathers of our nation. There is almost a withdrawn inward personality that struggles with the trauma of his youth.Continue Reading View Archive
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