Celebrating 50 years

Celebrating 50 years, June 10, 2017.

TOT ShabbatTOTally Shabbat

Join us at TOT Shabbat with Rabbi Morais and Morah Sue, TIRS Principal.

Celebrate Shabbat with songs, stories and dance for families with children 6 and under.
4th Friday of each month at 5:30 pm.
6:00 pm, join us for a family friendly dinner (usually pasta)

RSVP required by the Thursday before at 613-224-1802, ex 5 or Please check the calendar for upcoming TOT Shabbats.



ChanukiahDec 12 – 20, 2017

Learn more about Chanukah on the United Reform Judaism (URJ) website.

Candle Lighting:
December 12 – First candle
December 13 – Second candle
December 14 – Third candle
December 15 – Fourth candle
December 16 – Fifth candle
December 17 – Sixth candle
December 18 – Seventh candle
December 19 – Eighth candle

@ Temple
December 15 – Chanukah, Service at 6:15, followed by Bring Your Own Dinner
December 17 – TIRS – Chanukah Program for families 11:00 am – 12:30 pm, (class as usual from 9:30 am)


Kabbalat Shabbat Services

Kabbalat Shabbat services begin at 6:15 on Fridays and are full of music and are especially child-friendly. In addition to our regular Friday evening services, on the second Friday of every month, the service is followed by a casual “bring your own and some to share” dinner in which we welcome Shabbat in the warm company of family and friends. This is a great way to get to know people in an informal setting, and a fun way to introduce children to services. Please consult our calendar for dinner services.


Shabbat Services

Shabbat Services begin on Saturdays at 10:15 a.m.


Morning Minyan

We begin at 7:30 and conclude by 8:15am. Those who wish to leave immediately may do so and start their day with a strong boost of Torah and prayer.

Those who need a caffeine boost, a bagel and a little conversation, can stick around and ease into the morning

Next minyans: September 14, 28 and October 26.


For specific details on worship services and schedules, please refer to our calendar.

Some members of our congregation have allergies to scents and perfumes. Please, with consideration for others, practice no scents is good sense.