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upcoming events

Team Building Fun! Join us on this interactive outdoor adventure, specially designed to give grades 6-10 the opportunity to develop important skills such as teamwork, problem solving, patience, and leadership.

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*Note: Pizza wil be served before leaving byt bus to Kortright, your registration lets us know how much to order, let's make sure there is enough for everyone!


 



Exciting learning opportunity! Join Dr. Goldberg for an interactive lecture that will explore normal
age-related memory change and how to distinguish it from more concerning changes. Enjoy our discussion, question period and light refreshments after the lecture.

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a sukkot message from rabbi corber

A Letter from Rabbi Corber

VAUGHAN, ON, Canada – June 18, 2018

Shalom uVracha!                                                                      

I’m Rabbi Joshua Corber and I’m thrilled to be your new Rabbi.
My wife, Chloe, our daughter Eliana (21 months old) and I arrived here in Vaughan about two weeks ago and we’ve already fallen in love with your shul. We hope you’ll like us too:). Chloe and I are both struck by how warm and friendly everyone has been; there has been an outpouring of help and support from membersand leadership as we arrived and set up our home.

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A TRIBUTE TO RABBI ZIONCE

 

The rabbi, better known as Chezi to many, started with us six years ago when we were struggling with a declining membership of 180 families.  Rabbi Zionce was a game changer for Beit Rayim.  Within two to three years he more than doubled our membership and quadrupled our synagogue attendance.  He achieved this by infusing energy, humour and fun into shul services. His passion for Torah, Israel and Judaism in general was infectious. Rabbi Zionce had a unique style with the ability of bridging traditions of generations gone-by with the modern-day world of Judaism. 

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Fri, October 19 2018 10 Cheshvan 5779