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Welcome to Shomrai Shabbos CongregationCurrent Davening Schedule during COVID-19

SHANA TOVA U'MESUKAH!

Please check back often and/or subscribe to shul bulletin (scroll down) for the most up-to-date schedule. (click  here  to check Shkiya and/or Plag Hamincha times or on links below) 

PLEASE NOTE: The following times are as of 5782. We are trying out best to limit the impact of the current wave due to the delta variant of covid-19. Please be mindful of how much distance there is between mispallelim and use other rooms/minyanim to spread out.  Please continue to wear masks AND socially distance when indoors as applicable by Ontario Law.

All posted Zmanei Tefilla are in the Bais HaKnesses Ohel Avraham (Main Shul) unless noted Hornfeldt Social Hall (HSH),  Marder Bais Medrash (MBM) or Reiter Bais Medrash (RTR). During Summer months, an outside minyan at the scheduled times is often available in the parking lot Tent.

Regular Weekday Schedule Shacharis  

  • Sun/Civ Hol       730am (Main);  800am (RTR ); 830am (Main);             
  • Mon thru Fri     645am (Main + MBM); 730am (Main); 830am (Main)      
  • Rosh Chodesh  630am (Main + MBM);   Main 730am; 830am (Main)   

Weekday Mincha/Maariv

  • 1st Mincha:            6pm EDT during summer (add'l 815pm Mid-May thru Mid-Aug) ; 1pm EST during winter
  • 2nd Mincha:          15-20 min before Shkiya (Main + RTR + HSH)
  • 1st Maariv:             30 minutes after mincha (brief shiur between)
  • Later Maariv(s):   930pm  (an additional maariv scheduled 815pm EST in winter only)

Mincha  Erev Shabbos Kodesh

Summer: Approximately at or 15-20 min before Plag Hamincha as well as at 715pm

Winter: Main shul approximately at or 1-2 min before  candlelighting (18-20 min before Shkiya

Shacharis Shabbos Kodesh

Main Shul        730am/900am   

Mincha Shabbos           

Early Mincha Main shul 200pm (and 600pm  summer)

Main shul         35 min before Shkiya

Maariv & Motzei Shabbos Kodesh

Main shul & multiple other spots  45min after Shkiya

 

 

One hundred and thirty years of Toronto Jewish life lies in the history of our Shul, the oldest Orthodox congregation in Toronto. Linking past with present, our goal is to offer everyone in our Kehillah an uplifting atmosphere for Avodah, a place to engage in Torah learning of all levels, to provide opportunities for Gemilas Chassadim and to feel part of our collective family.

 

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Mon, October 25 2021 19 Cheshvan 5782