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Winnipeg Celebrates the Most Influential Rabbi of Modern History

This May, Chabad-Lubavitch will present Paradigm Shift: Transformational Life Teachings of the Lubavitcher Rebbe, a new six-session course by the Jewish Learning Institute (JLI). The course will be offered in commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the passing of "the Rebbe," Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson of righteous memory--a visionary religious leader who inspired countless individuals during his lifetime and established Chabad’s global network of educational, social, and religious institutions to revive the post-holocaust Jewish landscape.

Paradigm Shift will be offered in over six Tuesdays at 7:30 PM beginning May 13, 2014 at the Jewish Learning Centre. The course will explore Rabbi Schneerson’s… Read More »

All Night @ Sinai

The holiday of Shavuot marks the day the Torah was given to us amidst a blaze of Divine revelation 3326 years ago. Join Jews throughout the world in observing the millennia-old custom of conducting an all-night vigil dedication to Torah learning on the first night of Shavuot.

Our Shavuot night learning program will feature two fascinating lectures, developed by the world-renowned Jewish Learning Institute and presented by Rabbi Avrohom Altein. The first lecture "Secrets in Stone" will begin at 8:30 PM followed by Mincha, and the second lecture "The Talmudic Take" will begin at 9:30 PM followed by Maariv, kiddush and light refreshments, with plenty of food for thought!

Please click here to learn more.

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Enjoy a Sundae on Wednesday

Join us on Wednesday, June 4th, 2014 at 11:00 AM for the reading of the Ten Commandments and our legendary Torah Tots bikurim parade.  It is very important that every Jew, man, women and even very young children attend Synagogue to hear the Ten Commandments. An exciting children’s program and a delicious ice cream sundae bar will mark this special ocassion. Read More >>

Services will be followed by a grand dairy buffet kiddush (it's a time honoured tradition to eat dairy on Shavuot) at approximately 12:45 PM, sponsored in honour of Rabbi Shmuly Altein's… Read More »

Prepare for Shavuos with Kids in the Kosher Kitchen

At 'Kids in the Kosher Kitchen', children in Kindergarten through Grade 3 are invited to enhance their culinary skills and discover the joy of Kosher cooking.

Join us on Sunday May 25th from 10:30-12:00 as we get ready to receive the Torah with delicious dairy recipes in honour of Shavuos. 

Click Here for more information on Kids in the Kosher Kitchen and to register.

Lag Ba'Omer Family BBQ

Join us at the Joe Malone Park on Sunday afternoon, May 18 from 4:00 - 6:00 PM, for a delightful afternoon with family and friends. Our Lag Ba'Omer Family BBQ is an annual favorite featuring fun in the park, games for all ages, kite flying and great food and entertainment!

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Kids in the Kosher Kitchen

At 'Kids in the Kosher Kitchen', children in Kindergarten through Grade 3 are invited to enhance their culinary skills and discover the joy of Kosher cooking.

Join us on Sunday May 4th from 10:30-12:00 as we cook up your favourite Shabbos foods and discover what Shabbos is all about.

Click Here for more information on Kids in the Kosher Kitchen and to register.  

From our family to yours: Happy Passover!

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The Rebbe's Birthday

Last Friday, 11 Nissan, was the birthday of The Lubavitcher Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, of righteous memory.

Born in the Ukrainian-Russian town of Nikolaev in 1902, the Rebbe spent the century's and his childhood in pogrom-ridden Czarist Russia, the 20's battling the Stalinist attempt to eradicate Jewish life in the Soviet Empire, the 30's in Berlin and Paris. In 1941 he escaped Nazi-occupied Europe and settled in New York, where for the next 50 years he transformed the very fabric of Jewish life in every corner of the globe. 

Annually the President of the United States designates Education and Sharing Day U.S.A. on the anniversary of the birth of the Rebbe who dedicated his life to the cause of education.… Read More »

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