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Shabbat and Yom Tov Service Times

Shabbat and Yom Tov Service Times

Shabbat, April 14

Rashi at 9:00am
Shacharit at 9:15am
Rabbi Hillel is reading Torah and Laura Wolfson is chanting the Haftarah.
Mincha at 7:15pm

Standing in solidarity with Humboldt, Saskatchewan

Beth Jacob’s hockey players, enthusiasts, and their families are asked to come to this week’s Shabbat morning service where we will stand in solidarity with the community of Humboldt, Saskatchewan, in light of the awful tragedy which befell their hockey team last week. We will honour the memories of the victims and pray for the healing of the injured. Congregants are welcome to come to shul in their hockey jerseys. Shabbat morning Shacharit begins, as usual, at 9:15am. Special Humboldt component around 10:30am.

Join us for a talk by Ayinadis Darrow

Ayinadis Darbow, an Ethiopian-born Israeli, is McMaster and Guelph Hillel’s Israel Fellow for the 2017-18 academic year. Ayinadis comes to Hamilton from Beit She’an, a small town in the northern part of the Jordan Valley where she has been very involved in the town’s Ethiopian community. After immigrating to Israel at age two with her entire family, she quickly learned the importance of staying part of the Ethiopian community in Israel. She is strong believer in public diplomacy and the relationship between Israel and Diaspora Jewry Ayinadis has had a very successful year connecting with McMaster and Guelph Jewish students on campus to Israel through her personal experiences. Ayinadis will speak on her experiences in Israel and in the Ethiopian Jewish community.Please join us for Ayinadis’ talk immediately following Shabbat services on Saturday, April 14, 2018.