Online Programs

Worker’s Rights in Judaism

Next Thurs, Aug 13

Online via Zoom
Meeting ID: 955 4183 9308, Password: 024117

What can Judaism teach us about work and workers’ rights? How might this inform our contemporary ethics and policies? Let’s learn and discuss traditional Jewish sources to find out!

EVERYONE IS WELCOME. No prior Jewish learning experience required. Sources presented in both Hebrew and English translation.

Online Friday Night Services

Next Fri, Aug 14
Online via Zoom
Meeting ID: 955 4183 9308, Password: 024117

We’ll wind down from the week and welcome Shabbat by singing the joyous melodies of Kabbalat Shabbat together as a community and hearing a brief devar Torah.

Just before bringing in Shabbat with the final stanza of Lekha Dodi, we’ll bid each other Shabbat shalom and log off to light candles and start Shabbat the good ol’ unplugged way.

Have your Shabbat candles ready to light. If you have siddur (prayer book), please use it; we’ll also post the prayers on the screen.

TORAH Study: Solomon’s Story

Mondays, July 27, Aug 10 – 31
10am – 12pm
$125 for 5 sessions
Registration Required

Join us online to learn and discuss the checkered life of King Solomon from the Biblical Book of Kings from a great variety of perspectives: ancient and modern, traditional and academic, literary and historical, etc.

No prior Jewish study or Hebrew knowledge required. Contact Rabbi Aaron for more info and to register.

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Fri morning, Aug 7 | 7:45-8:45am
Mon evening, Aug 10  | 8:00-8:30pm

Online via Zoom
Meeting ID: 964 714 782, Password: 025334

Pay What You Can – all are welcome no matter your financial situation
Monday sessions: $10 minimum recommended
Friday sessions: $20 minimum recommended
Canadians: E-transfer to
Outside of Canada: Pay by Paypal here

Please RSVP to Aviva, especially if this is your first time joining neySHEV

A beautiful way to end your Monday or begin your Friday. Come sit in a circle of community in silence, song and Torah led by meditation teacher, musician and prayer leader Aviva Chernick.

No previous meditation or mindfulness practice necessary. Just come with your curiosity and tender heart. You are welcome just as you are.

Please log on 10 minutes early to settle in, set up your space, and ensure that your video and audio are working properly.