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Justice and The War on Terror

Please join us on Thursday, February 15 at Pitblado Law for a delicious kosher burger lunch and a fascinating seminar, presented by the Jewish Learning Institute (JLI) in partnership with B’nai Brith Canada.

In the weeks and months following 9/11, the Bush administration launched what it named the “War on Terror” against militant Islam. With the realization that the West was doing battle not with a particular nation-state, but a worldwide terror network, many conventional methods of warfare suddenly became obsolete, as did the traditional definition of war. 

Almost immediately controversy erupted surrounding the advanced interrogation techniques used by the CIA to elicit information from… Read More »

Women's Mikvah Fundraiser

Ladies, please join us on Sunday, February 25th, from 10:30 am until 12:30 pm at the Jewish Learning Centre, for a morning of connection, conversation, and creativity!

Learn how to put together a beautiful Purim gift basket with Aviva Tabac while enjoying a delicious brunch and customizable Mimosa Bar! We have everything you need to create the perfect Purim gift basket for family and friends. And all proceeds go directly to supporting our beautiful Mikvah.

Tickets are available here >>

Kindly RSVP before February 19th. This is also a great time to renew your annual Mikvah membership which can be done using the same form. Thank you for your… Read More »

Grand Purim Celebration

Purim in the Air
Thursday, March 1st, 2018

Welcome aboard Purim Airlines Flight 018. Your Chabad crew are here to assist you with amazing food and great on-board entertainment. Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with the details of this flight and make sure to check-in in advance. Have a safe and pleasant flight!

Reclaiming the Lost Art of Human Connection

How are our almost constant interactions with devices affecting our relationships?

This question will be addressed at our upcoming course Communication: Its Art and Soul. Beginning Tuesday, January 23, at 7:30 pm, Rabbi Shmuly Altein of Chabad-Lubavitch, will present the first lesson of this new six-session course from the Rohr Jewish Learning Institute (JLI).

“Jewish wisdom includes many powerful and original insights into the art of communication that are more relevant today than ever,” explained Rabbi Shmuly, the local JLI instructor in Winnipeg. “The goal of this course is to mine these texts and seek out their golden teachings. I believe this can help us reclaim the lost art of deep human connection in spite… Read More »

Parsha Pucks - Winter Season starting soon

 Parsha Pucks is where boys play floor hockey with instruction from local hockey enthusiasts, and experience the weekly Torah portion with Jewish friends their age. Click here to find out more...

Community Chanukah Celebration

Don't miss this years Community Chanukah Celebration
featuring world-renown ventriloquist Chuck Feild & Ziggy
Sunday December 17th, 4-6pm

Click here for more information

C-teen Chanukah Zap

 Boys in grades 9-12, join us on the first night of Chanukah, for a fast paced next generation real life laser gaming experience!
Food, Friends and Fun!

click here for more information 

 


A Great Big Winnipeg Challah Bake

We are excited to announce that we are joining the Worldwide Shabbat Project, together with 919 cities in 85 countries!

We have arranged for an incredible evening on October 26, 2017. The event will include an inspiring and uplifting program where every woman will make their own challah and enjoy a live concert performance by singer-songwriter Esther Freeman. This is an amazing opportunity for our community to unite together and connect to Jewish women across the world, for an evening of tradition, connection, and fun! 

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The Annual Shabbat Weekend Retreat

We warmly invite you to join us this fall for a magical weekend of laughter, learning, and inspiration, infused with genuine Chabad warmth and spirit. The Shabbat Weekend Retreat will be held at the luxurious Lakeview Hecla Resort from Friday, November 3 through Sunday, November 5, 2017.

The community-wide Shabbaton is an opportunity to escape the running wheel of daily routine and indulge your mind, body, and soul in an uplifting experience that simply cannot be described. With delicious kosher dining, luxurious accommodations, family-friendly activities, and interactive workshops there is something for everyone.

Located in a spectacular parkland setting and surrounded by the majestic Lake Winnipeg, the Lakeview… Read More »

Six Jewish Debates Coming to Winnipeg

Rabbi Shmuly Altein of Chabad will recount 2000 years of Jewish history through the lens of six epic debates that rocked the Jewish world and still resound powerfully today.

Beginning Tuesday, October 31, at 7:30 pm, the Jewish Learning Centre will be offering a new six-session course from the Rohr Jewish Learning Institute (JLI), titled Great Debates in Jewish History.

In commemoration of 70 years since archeologist Eleazar Sukenik purchased the first Dead Sea Scroll in November of 1957, the community is invited to examine and unlock the stories of these ancient manuscripts and what their texts reveal about the heated dispute between the Dead Sea Sect and the Jewish establishment.

“Judaism welcomes debate and discourse,&rdquo… Read More »

Bar & Bat Mitzvah Clubs 2017-2018

Don't Just Celebrate a Bar / Bat Mitzvah...BECOME ONE!

No matter where your child plans to celebrate their big day, the club is a great way for them to study, meet other Jewish peers from schools around winnpeg and have fun! 

Click for more information about the Bat Mitzvah Club or the Bar Mitzvah Club

High Holidays at Chabad

Please click here for information about celebrating High Holidays at Chabad. We look forward to personally welcoming you at Chabad. Shana tova!

High Holiday Services

Community Rosh Hashana Dinner

Delicious Kosher Take-Out

High Holiday Donation 

World-class Chazzan from Hungary to lead services at Chabad

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Zoltan Jakal was born in Budapest, Hungary where he started his singing career at the age of 14. After several years of classical singing in Hungarian choirs and small operas, he joined to the New Israeli Opera in Tel Aviv as a choir singer. During this period he started to sing in the Kolot Min Hashamayim cantorial choir and started to learn the Jewish liturgical music. After returning to Budapest he started to work as a chazzan in the local Chabad shul and later on in the Bet Shalom synagogue and the Bethlem square modern orthodox shul. Following several concerts in Budapest and participating in the High Holidays services in the Ohel Jakob synagogue choir in Munich he moved with his family to Winnipeg where he continues to daven at the… Read More »

Chabad Torah Tots is full of the kind of love, care, learning, and support that makes for successful kids

Chabad Torah Tots is not just a childcare or preschool option for your 2-5 year old.  Well, it is, but it’s far more than that.  With a real focus on curriculum that boosts both a child’s development and their Jewish knowledge, it offers something far beyond babysitting.  This is a small preschool that enables children to develop, grow, and celebrate their Judaism through every day learning and holiday celebrations.  The rich international environment and strong supports for family help us succeed in our efforts to raise healthy, happy and loving Jewish kids.

When my twins come home, they are singing, dancing, and covered in the leftovers of fantastic art projects.  That’s because Chabad… Read More »

Roving Rabbis to visit Winnipeg!

As you know, a handpicked team of rabbinical students visit Winnipeg every summer to bring you a unique first-hand yeshiva experience, employing the same method of chavruta study utilized in major rabbinical academies the world over. The give and take of discussion tailored to your individual needs, allow for personal growth in a comfortable atmosphere where everyone feels welcome. You don't want to miss this incredible opportunity!

This year, our rabbinical students will be visiting new immigrant families, many of whom live in remote areas and have limited connection or affiliation with the larger Jewish community to offer support, answer questions, and distribute Jewish information packets, sharing their… Read More »

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