Welcome

Shir Libeynu is a liberal, egalitarian congregation, unaffiliated with any particular stream of Judaism. Our participatory services combine tradition and innovation. Shir Libeynu is Hebrew for "song of our hearts," and our services include prayers and music both ancient and modern. Our diverse community is a welcoming one.

The congregation holds Shabbat services monthly, in the Michael Bernstein Chapel, on the 3rd floor of the Miles Nadal JCC, followed by a light Kiddush. A free Shabbat program is offered for children during services. We also offer adult education workshops and programs, the opportunity to participate in our choir and chanting events, as well as holiday celebrations and Oneg Shabbat dinners throughout the year.

If you have any questions, just leave a message at (416) 465-5488 or shirlibeynu@yahoo.ca

Annual Pride Shabbat Service – June 27

May 5th, 2015 Posted in front page, Upcoming Services | No Comments »

 Shir Libeynu’s 9th Annual Pride Service 

For All of Us, including Allies! 

 Join us as we celebrate great Queer Jews and also focus on the world-wide persecution of   GLBTQs.
  
Saturday, June 27 @10:15 a.m.
(*Note New Date and Time*)
 
Says Rabbi Goldberg:”Allies (non GLBTQ, but supportive always), please show the love by attending this very special service.”

Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre
3rd Floor, Michael Bernstein Chapel 

We thank Elizabeth Abraham for sponsoring the light kiddish lunch that follows the service.

 Then, join a group of us as we head over to the Dyke March.

April 26th, 2015 Posted in front page | No Comments »

News about 2015 High Holy Day Services

Shir Libeynu and World Pride 2014

May 28th, 2014 Posted in front page | No Comments »

World Pride 2014 Parade

Click here for more pictures of the World Pride 2014 Parade

Pride Kabballat Shabbat/Oneg Shabbat (June 20) and Interfaith Havdallah (June 21)

Thank you to Aviva and Daniela, Jamie Flagal and the Pride Committee, dj “Shroom”/Paul and all volunteers.

Click here for more pictures of our Pride Kabbalat Shabbat/Oneg Shabbat and Interfaith Havdallah