Congregation Shaarey Zedek is a centre for Conservative Judaism that welcomes the community to experience spiritual growth, continuing education and the enrichment of life cycle events. Established in 1889, western Canada’s largest congregation is an inclusive, egalitarian, LGBTQ affirming shul - open and welcoming to all members of the community. Opportunities for synagogue participation include Daily Minyan Services, Bubbies, Zaidies
and Bubbelehs Groups, Family Holiday Programs, Shabbat Morning Family Services and Shabbat Activities, Shabbat Hospitality Program, Community Partnered Events, Gift Shop, and Volunteerism. Life Cycle Event Support is a primary focus of the shul which includes Pre-need Planning and Funerals, Weddings, Bar and Bat Mitzvah Training and Ceremonies, as well as, Conversion Courses. Family services are held twice a month and on the High Holy Days. Kids Have Fun on Shabbat activities are held on non-Family service Shabbats so children can participate in the synagogue every week.
Shaarey Zedek Catering: From Takeout Dinners to Weddings, Corporate Events to Bubbeleh’s First Birthday - We Cater to You!
Shaarey Zedek Cemeteries:
• Shaarey Shamayim ( Winnipeg's only Conservative Jewish and Interfaith Cemetery) - 236 Armstrong Ave (at Main St) - 204-975-3845
• Shaarey Zedek Cemetery: 236 Armstrong Ave (at Main St) - 204-975-3484
Beyachad Robyn Braha School of Dance: Ph: 204-294-9407/ Fax: 204-474-1184 firstname.lastname@example.org
Israel dance and hip hop classes as an after school program for kids from Kindergarten to Grade 9. Dancers practice weekly and have the opportunity to perform at the synagogoue and annual spring recital for family and friends. Congregation SHaarey Zedek is a proud sponsor of the Robyn Braha School of Dance.
Shaarey Zedek B’nai Mitzvah Club (for Members and Non-Members): for children ages 10 to 13, is a free open learning experience for kids preparing for their Bar or Bat Mitzvah, as well as, those who aren’t planning to have a ceremony. Students will explore Jewish values, Torah and Haftorah Trope training, learn traditional tunes and prepare a group Chesed (social action) project. For those studying with a tutor, this program will enhance their experience and will not affect your one-on-one training.
Dor Chadash Youth Choir: The Dor Chadash Youth Choir is a fun-filled and uplifting music program for boys and girls ages 6 to 14 who are talented and passionate about Jewish music. Children will gain self-confidence, train vocally, meet new friends, have fun singing new and popular songs, be part of studio recordings, learn dance choreography, and perform professionally.
Florence Melton School of Adult Learning: Opportunities for learning abound at Shaarey Zedek from the Florence Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning to discussions about the weekly parsha and open exchanges with our clergy. We are dedicated to creating experiences that enhance your perspective on Judaism, yourself and the world today. Are you looking for a profound understanding of what it means to be Jewish? Join us to explore the texts of our tradition and discover how they relate to us today. The Florence Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning is the largest pluralistic adult Jewish education network in the world. Shaarey Zedek offers core curriculum year 1 and 2 courses, as well as, graduate scholar courses throughout the year. The Melton School sets the standard for high-quality; text-based, interactive Jewish study by offering a world-class curriculum that informs and inspires adult learners from all knowledge-levels and backgrounds.
Shaarey Zedek Sisterhood: Mission is to foster amongst our members, through leadership, learning and fellowship, a love of Judaism and support for the State of Israel, and to provide educational, spiritual, financial and volunteer guidance and support to the communities within which we function; our synagogue, our city, and the international Jewish community. Programs include Sisterhood Shabbat, the Interfaith Lunch, and educational/ community interest events.
Shaarey Zedek Sunday School: Not Your Typical Sunday School’s professional curriculum provides children ages 5 to 12 an opportunity to explore stories in the Torah, questions about God, Jewish values, as well as, Jewish holidays and festivals. The Jewish sages teach us that “the world stands on three things: On Torah, on Avodah, and on G’milut Chasadim”. These pursuits – study, worship, and deeds of loving-kindness – provide the framework within which Jews build their relationships with God, with one another, and with the world.