Upcoming Events

May
15
Sun
2016
all-day Scots Jews Exhibit
Scots Jews Exhibit
May 15 – Jun 10 all-day
Vernissage: May 15, 4 pm. “Scots Jews: Identity, belonging and the Future” Flyer Also featured in the Canadian Jewish News. Sponosred by Temple Israel
May
26
Thu
2016
7:30 am Morning Minyan
Morning Minyan
May 26 @ 7:30 am – 8:30 am
“Not Your Zaide’s Minyan” Yes there will be Breakfast, Yes there will be a L’Chaim, Yes there will be Kaddish for Mourners and Yahrzeit. BUT There will be English Torah reading, New opportunities for Torah study, Men and Women will
May
28
Sat
2016
9:00 am Shabbat Torah Morning Study
Shabbat Torah Morning Study
May 28 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 am
Join Rabbi Morais each Saturday to discuss the weekly Torah portion. It is open to all Shabbat visitors and no pre-registration or fee is required.
10:15 am Shabbat Service
Shabbat Service
May 28 @ 10:15 am – 12:15 pm
 
May
29
Sun
2016
9:30 am Sunday School, JK – Grade 6
Sunday School, JK – Grade 6
May 29 @ 9:30 am – 12:30 pm
For more information, visit our school page on Temple Israel’s web site.

Job Opportunity: Youth Advisor

Passionate about Judaism?
Love working with Jewish young people?
Experienced in developing Jewish programming for high school age kids?

Then Temple Israel wants you as its Youth Group Advisor!

We have a contract position available to provide programming, supervision and mentorship to FROSTY, our high school aged Temple youth group. We are affiliated with NFTY (The Union for Reform Judaism's North American Federation of Temple Youth, Northeast Lakes Region).

YOU ARE:

... a warm, loving, and guided by Jewish values and Jewish knowledge. You bond easily with kids and work collegially with a Youth Advisory Committee and Synagogue educators

... a communicator, a team-leader and a team-builder

... a patient, flexible, conscientious, and a role model for Jewish young people as they transition to adulthood

Working under the direct supervision of Rabbi S. Robert Morais and with the full support of our Youth Group Advisory Committee, you will lead a group of up to 25 high school students in about 500 hours of programming spread out over the academic year.

You will guide our young people in creating and implementing religious and cultural programming, you will travel with them to local and regional events and you will help them develop as the Jewish leaders of tomorrow.

This is a perfect opportunity for someone interested in Jewish education or Jewish community development.
Please submit a cover letter and resume to rabbimorais@templeisraelottawa.ca. Deadline for submission is May 15, 2016

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