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The Forest Hill Jewish Centre’s purpose is to nourish individual and communal Jewish connection through Torah learning and the celebration of Jewish life.  The Centre offers the Forest Hill Jewish community and welcomed visitors a warm, vibrant place to enhance their experience of Jewish tradition.

 

 



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Today's Calendar

Chanukah
Rosh Chodesh Teves
Shacharis
: 9:00am
Mincha Service
: 4:13pm
Havdalah
: 5:31pm
 
 
Light Night Chanukah BINGO
: 6:30pm

Friday Night

Mincha Service
: 4:23pm
Candle Lighting
: 4:23pm

Shabbos Day

Shacharis
: 9:00am
Mincha Service
: 4:12pm
Havdalah
: 5:31pm

Upcoming Programs & Events

Dec
4
 
 
Light Night Chanukah BINGO
Motzei Shabbos, Dec 4 6:30pm
Jan
14
 
 
Tots Music Class
Friday, Jan 14 10:15am
Jan
14
 
 
Tots Music Class
Friday, Jan 14 11:15am

This week's Torah portion is Parshas Miketz

Candle Lighting

Shabbos, Dec 4, 4:23pm

Havdalah

Motzei Shabbos, Dec 4, 5:31pm

Chanukah & Rosh Chodesh Teves

Shabbos, Dec 4
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<p>This Monday we celebrate the special Holiday of Tu Bishvat.  Many of our Holidays require a lot of preparation to make happen.   With Tu Bishvat, it’s possible to hold a “Kabbalistic Seder” which has a Pesach feel to it, and it’s also possible to run all around Toronto in search of the most exotic fruit possible; nevertheless, the main part of Tu Bishvat requires one simple activity that we do 28,800...</span>
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<p>I grew up in a small town, essentially at the base of a ski hill. I can remember spending many Sundays bundling up to go skiing. For the first while, I spent more time getting up off the ground (having fallen down) then actually standing on my skis. It was only through perseverance (and being made fun of by an older sibling) that I was actually able to learn how. </p>

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<p>One of the many beautiful aspects of my job is that I get to learn with grooms before they get married. The challenge is that most of them don’t appreciate what I have to say because they think the honeymoon phase of their marriage will last forever. The truth is, that with hard work, you <u>can</u> get permanent bliss, but only after years of work. The honeymoon phase is a gift from Hashem to let us know what we can achieve...</span>
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