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Upcoming Schedule

Monday, May 22

26 - Iyyar, 5777
Omer 41
·Shacharis - 7:30 / 8:30
·Mincha - 6:00 / 8:15 / 8:30
·Maariv - 9:00 / 9:30

Tuesday, May 23

27 - Iyyar, 5777
Omer 42
·Shacharis - 6:45 / 6:50 / 7:30
·Mincha - 6:00 / 8:15 / 8:30
·Maariv - 9:00 / 9:30

Wednesday, May 24

28 - Iyyar, 5777
Omer 43
Yom Yerushalayim
·Shacharis - 6:45 / 6:50 / 7:30
·Mincha - 6:00 / 8:15 / 8:30
·Maariv - 9:00 / 9:30

Thursday, May 25

29 - Iyyar, 5777
Omer 44
·Shacharis - 6:45 / 6:50 / 7:30
·Mincha - 6:00 / 8:15 / 8:30
·Maariv - 9:00 / 9:30

Friday, May 26

1 - Sivan, 5777
Rosh Chodesh Sivan
Omer 45
·Shacharis - 6:30 / 6:45 / 7:30
·Likras Shabbos for Boys - 6:25
·Mincha - 6:55 / 7:15
·Plag HaMincha - 7:13
·Candle Lighting - 8:29*
·Sunset - 8:47

Saturday, May 27

2 - Sivan, 5777
Bamidbar
Omer 46
·Sunrise - 5:42
·Latest Sh'ma - 8:52 / 9:28
·Chumash Shiur - 8:15
·Shacharis - 8:00 / 9:00 / 9:15
·Women's Avos #6 - 5:30
·Mincha - 6:00 / 8:15
·Shiurim - 7:15
·Navi Shiur - 7:30
·Sunset - 8:48
·Avos - 9:15
·Motzoai Shabbos - 9:33

Sunday, May 28

3 - Sivan, 5777
Omer 47
·Shacharis - 7:30 / 8:00 / 8:30
·Mincha - 6:00 / 8:15 / 8:35
·Maariv - 9:05 / 9:30

Monday, May 29

4 - Sivan, 5777
Omer 48
·Shacharis - 6:45 / 6:50 / 7:30
·Mincha - 6:00 / 8:15 / 8:35
·Maariv - 9:05 / 9:30

Tuesday, May 30

5 - Sivan, 5777
Omer 49
Erev Shavuos
·Shacharis - 6:45 / 6:50 / 7:30
·Candle Lighting - 8:33
·Mincha - 8:35
·Sunset - 8:51
·Learning Program - 11:45

Wednesday, May 31

6 - Sivan, 5777
First Day of Shavuos
·Sunrise - 5:40
·Latest Sh'ma - 8:52 / 9:28
·Shacharis - 4:55** / 9:00
**K'vasikin
·Mincha - 8:40
·Sunset - 8:52
·Candle Lighting after - 9:37

The Shanfeld-Melnick Mikvah

Shomrai Shabbos is proud to host the Shanfeld-Melnick Mikvah for its members and the community.

As our Shul reached the milestone of 40 years in its current location on Glengrove Avenue, we embarked on a project of renewal through an expansion of the Shul building. Building a Mikvah that can serve the needs of our entire neighbourhood was a major objective of the planned renovation.

On this page,  you can learn more about the Mikvah, general information, membership and donations, as well as how to book a confidential appointment.

Benefactors and Sponsors
Accessing the Mikvah
Donations and Membership

Running a Mikvah is a large financial undertaking. Maintenance, upkeep, repairs and staffing are required for continued operation. Though the Shul subsidizes much of the costs through its own fundraising, the Mikvah's operations rely substantially on user membership and donations.

Announcements

  • Find our Annual Calendar with Z'manim @ Shul Programs & Events Page