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CONGREGATION BEIT TIKVAH

February 4 – 10, 2017
Parashat Bo             
  

Sefer Torah Sponsor: Janet and Jonathan Isserlin

Rabbi
Howard Finkelstein
Chazan
Yair Subar
President
Howard Nadler

15 Chartwell Avenue
Nepean, ON K2G 4K3
Email: shul@cbto.org
Phone: 613-723-1800
Fax: 613-723-6567

Service Times  for February 3rd
Shacharit 7:00 am
Candle Lighting 4:55 pm
Mincha and Kabbalat Shabbat 5:00 pm
Shabbat February 4th
Shacharit 9:00 am
Mincha 4:45 pm
Followed by Parsha and Halacha
Ma’ariv 5:55 pm

Shabbat Ends 6:05 pm

Lost Tallit Bag:  It seems that a blue Tallit  bag  was taken home by mistake some months ago. Can you please make sure you have the correct bag, if you do notice you have the wrong bag please contact the office.

Thank you


FROM THE RABBI’S DESK – BO:                              

Ironically, Pharaoh’s initial agreement to allow the Hebrews to go into the desert to perform their prayers and sacrifices in the aftermath of the plague of locusts stands in contrast to other despots in Jewish history who deny the Jews that opportunity of worship. Though Pharaoh changes his mind, his original thought to permit this action on the part of the Israelites is reflective of his understanding that it is in the nature of man to wish to reach out to a deity.

On the other hand, the denial of freedom of worship is devastating to the Soviet Jews in the 20th Century, and the Communist experiment in Russia is almost successful in obliterating any religious connections the Jews may have. Thankfully, that attempt is not successful, although a large percentage of Soviet Jews assimilate and are lost to the Jewish community.

But denial deteriorates into terror when individuals take on themselves the task to harm those who engage in worship. We as a Jewish community are more than aware of numerous attempts to destroy synagogues such as during Krystallnacht, and the murder of Jews at worship, be it in a synagogue in Turkey or a shul in Har Nof in Jerusalem. On the other hand, other faith communities have suffered equally, noting the recent tragic events at a mosque in Quebec City, and the attack on bible students at a Charleston, South Carolina church. Terrorism and hate go hand in hand, and they are not discriminatory. Terror and hate attack all decent people, regardless of race or creed.

There is no question that what transpired a few days ago in Quebec City was horrible and tragic. All decent people must condemn what happened there and elsewhere. At the same time, sadly, I do not remember a similar outcry and vigil for the victims of the Har Nof massacre a few short years ago, victims who were known personally by members of our community. When 34 Jews were killed in a synagogue massacre some years ago in Turkey, there was no huge hue and cry by the world community about what happened there.

Regardless, we as Jews must take the high road, and not allow transgressions by an indifferent world community dim our vision and clear determination to condemn evil from whatever source. Just as we have a responsibility to condemn violations and abuses of human rights, because we suffered as slaves in Egypt, we are obligated as members of the world community to mourn the loss of innocent lives snuffed out by terrorists in churches, mosques or in other locales.

We dare not be parochial in our focus on what is happening in the world around us. We are given the mission enunciated by Isaiah to be a “light unto the nations.” We can only be that light if our feelings of solidarity with others in times of crisis are enunciated clearly and unequivocally.

CALENDAR                                                                         

ONGOING CLASSES OFFERED BY RABBI FINKELSTEIN: Everyone is welcome at no charge.
  1. GEMARA: Wednesday evenings after Ma’ariv. Please check calendar in case of shifting.
  2. SHABBAT CLASSES:  Parsha and Halacha class between Mincha and Ma’ariv
  3. “TEXTING” WITH THE RABBI for Bar/Bat Mitzvah Students: on Tuesdays at 5:30 pm.  Rabbi Finkelstein will share his knowledge of sacred texts with our girls (age 11) and boys (age 12) in preparation for their Bar or Bat Mitzvah.
OTTAWA JEWISH COMMUNITY EVENTS
JFS VOLUNTEER POSITION: The JFS Transportation program is desperately seeking replacement drivers for missing snowbirds!  Approximately 1-2 drives per month, usually during regular business hours, taking seniors to medical appointments or social recreational programs.  Call 613.722.2225, x249 to help fill this growing, critical need.TEN YAD KOSHER PANTRIES: are located at the Queensway Carleton Hospital and the Ottawa Hospital at both the General Campus and Civic Campuses. Each pantry is stocked with kosher non-perishable food items and religious resources that may be useful to patients, their families and their caregiver.


Next Round, February 11th, please contact the office if you would like to register.

Donations:                                                           
SIDDURIM: Dedication cost of Koren $50
KOREN TALMUD BAVLI: Dedication cost is $100.
PLAQUE DEDICATIONS:
· A brick on the Wall of Honour $118
· A memorial plaque on the Yahrzeit Board $300
· A leaf on the Eitz Chaim $180
·An Acorn on the Eitz Chaim $300
· A boulder for the Eitz Chaim $360

15 Chartwell Avenue, Nepean, ON K2G 4K3
Phone 613-723-1800 / Fax 613-723-6567

Rabbi Howard Finkelstein rabbihoward.finkelstein@gmail.com
Howard Nadler, President howardnadler@rogers.com
Elisheva Brantz, Office Administrator shul@cbto.org 

Copyright © 2017 CBTO, All rights reserved.

 

Shabbat Flyer January 27 & 28

 

CONGREGATION BEIT TIKVAH

January 28 – February 3, 2017
Parashat Va’era             
   

Sefer Torah Sponsor: Tammy and Aaron Sandler

Rabbi
Howard Finkelstein
Chazan
Yair Subar
President
Howard Nadler

15 Chartwell Avenue
Nepean, ON K2G 4K3
Website: www.cbto.org
Email: shul@cbto.org
Phone: 613-723-1800
Fax: 613-723-6567

Service Times  for  January 27th
Shacharit 7:00 am
Candle Lighting 4:45 pm
Mincha and Kabbalat Shabbat 4:55 pm
Shabbat January 28th
Shacharit 9:00 am
Mincha 4:35 pm
Followed by Parsha and Halacha
Ma’ariv 5:45 pm

Shabbat Ends 5:55 pm

SHUL EVENTS:
  •  Family Minyan at 8:30 am – Shabbat, January 28th.

Lost Tallit Bag:  It seems that a blue Tallit  bag  was taken home by mistake some months ago. Can you please make sure you have the correct bag, if you do notice you have the wrong bag please contact the office.

Thank you



FROM THE RABBI’S DESK – VA’ERA – SHABBAT ROSH CHODESH:  

A persistent theme that appears in this week’s Torah reading regarding the first seven of the ten plagues that afflict Egypt is differentiation. Only the Egyptians suffer, and the Israelites do not. From a simplistic approach to the texts describing this separation between the two protagonists, one concludes that G-d is sparing His people from the onslaught of the plagues, while the oppressors, namely the Egyptians, suffer the full brunt of the impact of these supernatural events.

On further inspection, the underlying concept of separation is not just a Divine determination, but it finds its roots already in the early encounters between Joseph’s brothers and the Egyptians who cannot break bread together.  The former is considered to be abominable in the eyes of the latter. In other words, the term with which we are familiar, Havdalah, literally translated as separation, manifests itself early on in the lives of our people, and continues until this very day.

Abraham is the first Hebrew, the translation of Hebrew referring to the fact that the world is figuratively on one side of the river, and he is on the other. He describes himself to the Hittite population as a resident alien as he attempts to buy the field of Machpelah to serve as a burial place for his wife, Sarah, and future generations.

Isaac is an outcast even in his own country, as his conflict with the Philistines over water sources isolates him from others, albeit with G-d’s blessings. Jacob lives alone with his family far from the madding crowd, especially following his sons’ massacre of the inhabitants of Shechem, known today as Nablus.

Sometimes, Havdalah is foisted on us by anti-Semitic forces. At other times, we have to draw our imaginary mechitzot, or barriers, to ensure we retain our identity as the children of Israel. Sometimes, we have to be the light unto the nations to distinguish ourselves from the darkness that pervades the outside world with its warped sense of values. We have to separate ourselves by ensuring that assimilation does not overcome us with its various enticements.

The people of Israel have to rely on G-d’s wonders to save them from the same fate facing the Egyptians.  Vehfilati, vesamti fedut, I will separate the Israelites from the Egyptians, as if to say they have no choice. Today, we have a choice. We can assimilate or we can remain strongly committed to our faith. The Torah tells us, Uvacharta Bachayim, choose life, choose the way of life given to us at Sinai.


CALENDAR                                                                         ×

ONGOING CLASSES OFFERED BY RABBI FINKELSTEIN: Everyone is welcome at no charge.
  1. GEMARA: Wednesday evenings after Ma’ariv. Please check calendar in case of shifting.
  2. SHABBAT CLASSES:  Parsha and Halacha class between Mincha and Ma’ariv
  3. “TEXTING” WITH THE RABBI for Bar/Bat Mitzvah Students: on Tuesdays at 5:30 pm.  Rabbi Finkelstein will share his knowledge of sacred texts with our girls (age 11) and boys (age 12) in preparation for their Bar or Bat Mitzvah.
OTTAWA JEWISH COMMUNITY EVENTS
JFS: The JFS Transportation program is desperately seeking replacement drivers for missing snowbirds!  Approximately 1-2 drives per month, usually during regular business hours, taking seniors to medical appointments or social recreational programs.  Call 613.722.2225, x249 to help fill this growing, critical need.Help an art history professor put together her memoirs!  Someone on-the-ball, with great organizational and computer skills, who can spare a couple of hours at a time on a regular basis, helping this fascinating client put her story to paper.  Call 613.722.2225, x311 to find out more.

TEN YAD KOSHER PANTRIES: are located at the Queensway Carleton Hospital and the Ottawa Hospital at both the General Campus and Civic Campuses. Each pantry is stocked with kosher non-perishable food items and religious resources that may be useful to patients, their families and their caregiver.

Donations:                                                                
SIDDURIM: Dedication cost of Koren $50
KOREN TALMUD BAVLI: Dedication cost is $100.
PLAQUE DEDICATIONS:
· A brick on the Wall of Honour $118
· A memorial plaque on the Yahrzeit Board $300
· A leaf on the Eitz Chaim $180
·An Acorn on the Eitz Chaim $300
· A boulder for the Eitz Chaim $360

 

15 Chartwell Avenue, Nepean, ON K2G 4K3
Phone 613-723-1800 / Fax 613-723-6567

Rabbi Howard Finkelstein rabbihoward.finkelstein@gmail.com
Howard Nadler, President howardnadler@rogers.com
Elisheva Brantz, Office Administrator shul@cbto.org 

Copyright © 2017 CBTO, All rights reserved.

 

 

 

 

Shabbat Flyer January 20 & 21 

 

CONGREGATION BEIT TIKVAH

January 21-27, 2017
Parashat Shemot             
  

Sefer Torah Sponsor: Jackie and Lucian Sitwell

Rabbi
Howard Finkelstein
Chazan
Yair Subar
President
Howard Nadler

15 Chartwell Avenue
Nepean, ON K2G 4K3
Website: www.cbto.org
Email: shul@cbto.org
Phone: 613-723-1800
Fax: 613-723-6567

Service Times  for  January 20th
Shacharit 7:00 am
Candle Lighting 4:37 pm
Mincha and Kabbalat Shabbat 4:40 pm
Shabbat January 21st
Shacharit 9:00 am
Mincha 4:25 pm
Followed by Parsha and Halacha
Ma’ariv 5:35 pm

Shabbat Ends 5:45 pm

UPCOMING EVENTS:
  •  Family Minyan at 8:30 am – Shabbat, January 21st.
  • “TEXTING” WITH THE RABBI for Bar/Bat Mitzvah Students: on Tuesdays at 5:30 pm. First class starts Tuesday, January 17th. Rabbi Finkelstein will share his knowledge of sacred texts with our girls (age 11) and boys (age 12) in preparation for their Bar or Bat Mitzvah.
  •  Round 2 of the Cholent Cook-Off, Shabbat January 28th. Please contact the office to register.

SHABBAT MORNING TOT SHABBAT PROGRAM: FOR CHILDREN 0-7 YEARS OF AGE FROM 10:30 – 11:30 AM.
Please join us for prayers, singing, stories, games, and snacks. Parents are encouraged to accompany their children ages 2 and under.
To ensure this program runs smoothly and on time please make sure children are in the Youth lounge at 10:30.

NO SCENTS MAKES GOOD SENSE: Please avoid the use of perfumes and colognes in the shul.

 

FROM THE RABBI’S DESK – SHEMOT:  

With the sense of heightened drama describing in beautiful detail the conversations between G-d and Moshe regarding the latter’s mission to take the people of Israel out of Egypt, one brief statement by Moshe sets the tone for the understanding of the relationship between G-d and man. Moshe states he is a stutterer, laden with a speech defect stemming from birth. How can he transmit the message of G-d to Pharaoh if he cannot enunciate clearly those words?

G-d’s response to Moshe that He controls and determines the capacity of man to hear and speak is followed by a statement that G-d will guide Moshe and teach him how to speak to the king. In other words, as the Ramban explains, when Moshe speaks to Pharaoh, he will not stammer. He will not fall over his words. He will be eloquent and oratorical. Interestingly, Moshe does not tell G-d to cure him from his malady in order to address the Egyptian monarch. He obviously does not feel worthy of carrying out such a mission to free the Hebrew slaves. But G-d tells him, He will direct Moshe in his quest to emancipate the Israelites.

A speech defect such as suffered by Moshe is a disability. The anxiety that accompanies this type of condition can be daunting and overwhelming. Perhaps one percent of the population suffers from it, But Moshe’s story is inspiring and uplifting. While biblical and rabbinic sources speak of the power of the tongue to do harm or good, this reference to Moshe’s disability is the only one that appears in the Tanach, to the best of my knowledge. Yes, Isaiah refers to himself as the possessor of impure lips, but the discussion of Moshe’s disability as found in this week’s Torah reading is unique.

That G-d intervenes to help Moshe state his case before the king of Egypt is noteworthy as it gives hope and inspiration to the reader. A person’s innate eloquence and facility in turning a phrase does not make that individual great. He may be a great orator, but not necessarily a great person.  As G-d says to Samuel who has been chosen to find a king to replace Saul, G-d looks at the heart and soul of the individual to determine that person’s greatness. Moshe may at one have been a prince of Egypt, but in the desert,,in the wilderness of Sinai, G-d declares Moshe to be the  leader of Israel because of who he is as a person and as a potential teacher and guide. Moshe’s speech defect does not, and should not deter him from doing G-d’s bidding. Many have overcome disabilities and have achieved greatness. Moshe is the paradigm.

CALENDAR                                                                         ×

ONGOING CLASSES OFFERED BY RABBI FINKELSTEIN: Everyone is welcome at no charge.
  1. GEMARA: Wednesday evenings after Ma’ariv. Please check calendar in case of shifting.
  2. SHABBAT CLASSES:  Parsha and Halacha class between Mincha and Ma’ariv
OTTAWA JEWISH COMMUNITY EVENTS
CIJA Grassroots Consultation: From confronting BDS and strengthening ties with Israel, to enhancing Jewish community security and empowering social services agencies, everything we accomplish is because of you. Be part of CIJA’s work. Make your voice heard. Participate in a grassroots community consultation. – Sunday January 22 at 2:00 pm, at the Soloway JCC (Social Hall) .
You can register at
http://www.cija.ca/grassroots-ottawa/JFS: The JFS Transportation program is desperately seeking replacement drivers for missing snowbirds!  Approximately 1-2 drives per month, usually during regular business hours, taking seniors to medical appointments or social recreational programs.  Call 613.722.2225, x249 to help fill this growing, critical need.

Help an art history professor put together her memoirs!  Someone on-the-ball, with great organizational and computer skills, who can spare a couple of hours at a time on a regular basis, helping this fascinating client put her story to paper.  Call 613.722.2225, x311 to find out more.

TEN YAD KOSHER PANTRIES: are located at the Queensway Carleton Hospital and the Ottawa Hospital at both the General Campus and Civic Campuses. Each pantry is stocked with kosher non-perishable food items and religious resources that may be useful to patients, their families and their caregiver.

Donations:                                                               
SIDDURIM: Dedication cost of Koren $50
KOREN TALMUD BAVLI: Dedication cost is $100.
PLAQUE DEDICATIONS:
· A brick on the Wall of Honour $118
· A memorial plaque on the Yahrzeit Board $300
· A leaf on the Eitz Chaim $180
· Acorn on the Eitz Chaim $300
· A boulder for the Eitz Chaim $3

15 Chartwell Avenue, Nepean, ON K2G 4K3
Phone 613-723-1800 / Fax 613-723-6567

Rabbi Howard Finkelstein rabbihoward.finkelstein@gmail.com
Howard Nadler, President howardnadler@rogers.com
Elisheva Brantz, Office Administrator shul@cbto.org 

Copyright © 2017 CBTO, All rights reserved.

 

 

 

 

 

Shabbat Flyer January 13 & 14

 

CONGREGATION BEIT TIKVAH
ק’ק בית תקוה
January 14-20, 2017                               ט‘ז-כ’ב טבת   תשע”ז
Parashat Vayechi             
  חיוי פרשת
Sefer Torah Sponsor: Judith and Ed Borts

Rabbi
Howard Finkelstein
Chazan
Yair Subar
President
Howard Nadler

15 Chartwell Avenue
Nepean, ON K2G 4K3
Website: www.cbto.org
Email: shul@cbto.org
Phone: 613-723-1800
Fax: 613-723-6567

Service Times  for  January 13th
Shacharit 7:00 am
Candle Lighting 4:26 pm
Mincha and Kabbalat Shabbat 4:30 pm
Shabbat January 14th
Shacharit 9:00 am
Mincha 4:15 pm
Followed by Parsha and Halacha
Ma’ariv 5:25 pm
Shabbat Ends 5:35 pm

UPCOMING EVENTS:
  •  “TEXTING” WITH THE RABBI for Bar/Bat Mitzvah Students: on Tuesdays at 5:30 pm. First class starts Tuesday, January 17th. Rabbi Finkelstein will share his knowledge of sacred texts with our girls (age 11) and boys (age 12) in preparation for their Bar or Bat Mitzvah.
  • Family Minyan at 8:30 am – Shabbat, January 21st.
  •  Round 2 of the Cholent Cook-Off, Shabbat January 28th. Please contact the office to register.


SHABBAT MORNING TOT SHABBAT PROGRAM: FOR CHILDREN 0-7 YEARS OF AGE FROM 10:30 – 11:30 AM.
Please join us for prayers, singing, stories, games, and snacks. Parents are encouraged to accompany their children ages 2 and under.
To ensure this program runs smoothly and on time please make sure children are in the Youth lounge at 10:30.

NO SCENTS MAKES GOOD SENSE: Please avoid the use of perfumes and colognes in the shul.

FROM THE RABBI’S DESK – VAYECHI:  דבר הרב

Having recently returned from Israel after attending an Israeli rabbinical conference and the Steinman-Jaffe wedding (mazal tov to Noam and Leora and their families), I am pondering on our trip to the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron, the burial places of our forefathers and mothers except for Rachel, who is buried in Beit Lechem.

Though Rivka and I have visited the Cave numerous times over the years, this visit is special, as our group receives permission to enter the Ulam Yitzhak, closed to Jews except on Chol Hamoed. The room which primarily serves as a Moslem place of prayer contains the hole in the floor which leads to the pathway to the actual Cave below ground. Though the Arab guards watch diligently that Jews offer no prayers at this site, it does not prevent the visitor from muttering some sentence of Psalms. Our group leader, Noam Arnon, who has lived in Hebron since 1968, is able to sneak into his presentation to us the sentence of Shema Yisrael. He enthralls his listeners with his accounts of what lies literally below the surface of this large room which serves as the central location for Moslem prayer.

I am standing within three feet of this guarded hole which leads not only to the graves of our ancestors but to the entrance to the Garden of Eden according to tradition. I am taken with the sanctity and solidarity of the moment understanding fully our guide’s explanation as to why we are supposed to have special Kavannah or intention when we pray the opening paragraph of the Amida which is called Avot. We feel our connection to our ancestors even though we have never known them on a personal level.

In our parsha this week, Jacob twice admonishes his children to ensure that his remains are to be taken to the burial cave in Hebron. He describes the Cave to them in great detail, so that there should be no misconception as to where that burial place is located.  The Ramban points out as well that Jacob’s command to his children regarding his burial in the Cave also implicitly indicates that with his interment there, no other people shall be buried there. This directive precludes Esau from being buried there, and by extension Joseph and his brothers and their families.

The Cave of Machpelah retains a special place in Jewish history and in our holy writings. It should be noted that the opportunity to stand in the room of Ulam Yitzhak standing near the entrance of the Cave is a moving experience spiritually. The words of our Torah regarding this sacred site, and the words of our rabbis concerning this area, take on special meaning when one is actually there.

CALENDAR                                                                        לוח זמנים

ONGOING CLASSES OFFERED BY RABBI FINKELSTEIN: Everyone is welcome at no charge.
  1. GEMARA: Wednesday evenings after Ma’ariv. Please check calendar in case of shifting.
  2. SHABBAT CLASSES:  Parsha and Halacha class between Mincha and Ma’ariv
OTTAWA JEWISH COMMUNITY EVENTS
TEN YAD KOSHER PANTRIES: are located at the Queensway Carleton Hospital and the Ottawa Hospital at both the General Campus and Civic Campuses. Each pantry is stocked with kosher non-perishable food items and religious resources that may be useful to patients, their families and their caregiver.

Donations:                                                                 
SIDDURIM: Dedication cost of Koren $50
KOREN TALMUD BAVLI: Dedication cost is $100.
PLAQUE DEDICATIONS:
· A brick on the Wall of Honour $118
· A memorial plaque on the Yahrzeit Board $300
· A leaf on the Eitz Chaim $180
· Acorn on the Eitz Chaim $300
· A boulder for the Eitz Chaim $360

 

15 Chartwell Avenue, Nepean, ON K2G 4K3
Phone 613-723-1800 / Fax 613-723-6567 

Rabbi Howard Finkelstein rabbihoward.finkelstein@gmail.com
Howard Nadler, President howardnadler@rogers.com
Elisheva Brantz, Office Administrator shul@cbto.org 

Copyright © 2017 CBTO, All rights reserved.

 

 

 

 

 

Shabbat Flyer January  6 & 7

 

CONGREGATION BEIT TIKVAH
ק’ק בית תקוה
January 7 – 13, 2017
Parashat Vayigash           
Sefer Torah Sponsor: Hedy and Michael Segal

Rabbi
Howard Finkelstein
Chazan
Yair Subar
President
Howard Nadler

15 Chartwell Avenue
Nepean, ON K2G 4K3
Email: shul@cbto.org
Phone: 613-723-1800
Fax: 613-723-6567

Service Times  for  January 6th
Shacharit 7:00 am
Candle Lighting 4:18 pmMincha and Kabbalat Shabbat 4:25 pm

Shabbat January 7th
Shacharit 9:00 am
Mincha 4:10 pm
Ma’ariv 5:20 pm

Shabbat Ends 5:27pm

Please note:
  • Rabbi Finkelstein will be away from December 25th – January 9th. Should you have an emergency please contact Rabbi Bulka 613-521-9700 ext. 225.

SHABBAT MORNING TOT SHABBAT PROGRAM: FOR CHILDREN 0-7 YEARS OF AGE FROM 10:30 – 11:30 AM.
Please join us for prayers, singing, stories, games, and snacks. Parents are encouraged to accompany their children ages 2 and under.
To ensure this program runs smoothly and on time please make sure children are in the Youth lounge at 10:30.

NO SCENTS MAKES GOOD SENSE: Please avoid the use of perfumes and colognes in the shul.

 
 

CALENDAR                                                                         

ONGOING CLASSES OFFERED BY RABBI FINKELSTEIN: Everyone is welcome at no charge.
  1. GEMARA: Wednesday evenings after Ma’ariv. Please check calendar in case of shifting.
  2. SHABBAT CLASSES:  Parsha and Halacha class between Mincha and Ma’ariv
OTTAWA JEWISH COMMUNITY EVENTS

JFS: Beginning January 4th, JFS needs another Kosher Meals on Wheels driver for a west end route every Wednesday.  Pick up is between 9:45-10am at the Hillel Lodge shipping doors, and the entire route only takes about half an hour to complete.  Mileage is reimbursed quarterly and parking permits are provided.  Please call the KMOW office at 613.722.2225, x315 asap to help.

TEN YAD KOSHER PANTRIES: are located at the Queensway Carleton Hospital and the Ottawa Hospital at both the General Campus and Civic Campuses. Each pantry is stocked with kosher non-perishable food items and religious resources that may be useful to patients, their families and their caregiver.

Donations:                                                               
SIDDURIM: Dedication cost of Koren $50
KOREN TALMUD BAVLI: Dedication cost is $100.
PLAQUE DEDICATIONS:
· A brick on the Wall of Honour $118
· A memorial plaque on the Yahrzeit Board $300
· A leaf on the Eitz Chaim $180
· Acorn on the Eitz Chaim $300
· A boulder for the Eitz Chaim $360

15 Chartwell Avenue, Nepean, ON K2G 4K3
Phone 613-723-1800 / Fax 613-723-6567

Rabbi Howard Finkelstein rabbihoward.finkelstein@gmail.com
Howard Nadler, President howardnadler@rogers.com
Elisheva Brantz, Office Administrator shul@cbto.org 

Copyright 2017 CBTO, All rights reserved.

 

 

 

 

 

Shabbat Flyer – December 30 & 31

 

CONGREGATION BEIT TIKVAH
December 31, 2016 – January 6, 2016

Parashat Miketz            

Sefer Torah Sponsor: The Stevens/Luden Family

Rabbi
Howard Finkelstein
Chazan
Yair Subar
President
Howard Nadler

15 Chartwell Avenue
Nepean, ON K2G 4K3
Website: www.cbto.org
Email: shul@cbto.org
Phone: 613-723-1800
Fax: 613-723-6567

Service Times  for  December 30th
Shacharit 6:40 am

Mincha and Kabbalat Shabbat 3:45 pm

Light Chanukah candles 30 minutes
before  Candle Lighting 4:11 pm

Shabbat December 31st
Shacharit 9:00 am
Mincha 4:10 pm
Ma’ariv 5:05 pm

Shabbat Ends 5:20pm

Please note:
  • Rabbi Finkelstein will be away from December 25th – January 9th. Should you have an emergency please contact Rabbi Bulka 613-521-9700 ext. 225. 
  • The office will be closed Monday, January 2nd and will reopen Tuesday, January 3rd at 9 am.

SHABBAT MORNING TOT SHABBAT PROGRAM: FOR CHILDREN 0-7 YEARS OF AGE FROM 10:30 – 11:30 AM.
Please join us for prayers, singing, stories, games, and snacks. Parents are encouraged to accompany their children ages 2 and under.
To ensure this program runs smoothly and on time please make sure children are in the Youth lounge at 10:30.

NO SCENTS MAKES GOOD SENSE: Please avoid the use of perfumes and colognes in the shul.

 

CALENDAR                                                                         

ONGOING CLASSES OFFERED BY RABBI FINKELSTEIN: Everyone is welcome at no charge.
  1. GEMARA: Wednesday evenings after Ma’ariv. Please check calendar in case of shifting.
  2. SHABBAT CLASSES:  Parsha and Halacha class between Mincha and Ma’ariv
OTTAWA JEWISH COMMUNITY EVENTS

JFS: Beginning January 4th, JFS needs another Kosher Meals on Wheels driver for a west end route every Wednesday.  Pick up is between 9:45-10am at the Hillel Lodge shipping doors, and the entire route only takes about half an hour to complete.  Mileage is reimbursed quarterly and parking permits are provided.  Please call the KMOW office at 613.722.2225, x315 asap to help.

TEN YAD KOSHER PANTRIES: are located at the Queensway Carleton Hospital and the Ottawa Hospital at both the General Campus and Civic Campuses. Each pantry is stocked with kosher non-perishable food items and religious resources that may be useful to patients, their families and their caregiver.

Ellis will be away from December 25th-January 3rd.
Please call or email the office for Loblaws gift cards.

15 Chartwell Avenue, Nepean, ON K2G 4K3
Phone 613-723-1800 / Fax 613-723-6567

Rabbi Howard Finkelstein rabbihoward.finkelstein@gmail.com
Howard Nadler, President howardnadler@rogers.com
Elisheva Brantz, Office Administrator shul@cbto.org 

Copyright © 2016 CBTO, All rights reserved.

 

 

 

 

Shabbat Flyer December 23 & 24

 

CONGREGATION BEIT TIKVAH

December 24-30, 2016
Parashat Vayeshev             
  

Sefer Torah Sponsor: Golda and Ned Steinman

Rabbi
Howard Finkelstein
Chazan
Yair Subar
President
Howard Nadler

15 Chartwell Avenue
Nepean, ON K2G 4K3
Website: www.cbto.org
Email: shul@cbto.org
Phone: 613-723-1800
Fax: 613-723-6567

Service Times  for  December 23rd
Shacharit 7:00 am
Candle Lighting 4:06 pm
Mincha and Kabbalat Shabbat 4:10 pm
Shabbat December 24th
Shacharit 9:00 am
Mincha 3:55 pm
Followed by Parsha and Halacha
Ma’ariv 5:05 pm
Shabbat Ends 5:14pm

Please note:
  • Rabbi Finkelstein will be away from December 25th – January 9th. Should you have an emergency please contact Rabbi Bulka 613-521-9700 ext. 225. 
  • The office will be closed Monday, December 25th-Wednesday, December 28th and will reopen Thursday, December 29th at 9 am.

SHABBAT MORNING TOT SHABBAT PROGRAM: FOR CHILDREN 0-7 YEARS OF AGE FROM 10:30 – 11:30 AM.
Please join us for prayers, singing, stories, games, and snacks. Parents are encouraged to accompany their children ages 2 and under.
To ensure this program runs smoothly and on time please make sure children are in the Youth lounge at 10:30.

NO SCENTS MAKES GOOD SENSE: Please avoid the use of perfumes and colognes in the shul.

 

CHANUKAH-FROM THE RABBI’S DESK VAYESHEV:  

On examining carefully, the two versions of Al Hanisim recited on Chanukah and Purim respectively, one notices that the paragraph we say on Chanukah describes in detail the military victory over the Greeks, while the Purim version omits any details of the war the Jews fight to defeat the forces of Haman.

It is somewhat ironic that the military defeats of the Greeks by the Maccabees are emphasized in relation to a conflict of Judaism versus Hellenism, a war of the spirit. On the other hand, the Purim victory over Haman’s forces is ignored, although it relates to specifically the defeat of those who wish to annihilate us physically.

While the respective military victories related to Chanukah and Purim share many parallels, in truth, the triumphs related to the Festival of Lights are not only commemorations of the defeat of a major ancient empire, but the suppression of those Hellenistic Jews whose aim and desire is to defile not only the holy Temple in Jerusalem, but the souls and spirit of the Jewish people living in Israel.
There is no doubt that the Hellenistic Jews are the majority group fully enamored and influenced by the Greek way of life, and that the Maccabees represent a small segment of devoutly pious Jews who still adhere to the commandments of G-d. The Hellenists pose more of an existential threat to the Jewish community of the time. Therefore, their defeat in addition to that of the Greek forces, receives primary attention in the Al Hanisim prayer.

On the other hand, the enemies of the Jews are not from within the community, but without.  Their whole campaign against the Jews rests on the whims and actions of one man, Haman, who leads the charge in attempting to eradicate the Jewish people. Without Haman, his forces are unable to function uniformly. They are leaderless, and therefore, vulnerable to the attacks of the Jews against them. The Al Hanisim prayer hones in on the personality, Haman, who rallies his forces to attack the Jews. Without him, they are lost.

We thank G-d for all of the miracles that He has granted us, be they on Chanukah, Purim, or otherwise. The second blessing over the candles reflecting on modern and ancient miracles allows us the opportunity to recite the third blessing that G-d has kept us alive and prospering today.

Chag Urim Sameach.

 

CALENDAR                                                                         

ONGOING CLASSES OFFERED BY RABBI FINKELSTEIN: Everyone is welcome at no charge.
  1. GEMARA: Wednesday evenings after Ma’ariv. Please check calendar in case of shifting.
  2. SHABBAT CLASSES:  Parsha and Halacha class between Mincha and Ma’ariv
OTTAWA JEWISH COMMUNITY EVENTS

JFS: Beginning January 4th, JFS needs another Kosher Meals on Wheels driver for a west end route every Wednesday.  Pick up is between 9:45-10am at the Hillel Lodge shipping doors, and the entire route only takes about half an hour to complete.  Mileage is reimbursed quarterly and parking permits are provided.  Please call the KMOW office at 613.722.2225, x315 asap to help.

TEN YAD KOSHER PANTRIES: are located at the Queensway Carleton Hospital and the Ottawa Hospital at both the General Campus and Civic Campuses. Each pantry is stocked with kosher non-perishable food items and religious resources that may be useful to patients, their families and their caregiver.

Ellis will be away from December 25th-January 3rd.
Please call or email the office for Loblaws gift cards.

Donations:                                                           
SIDDURIM: Dedication cost of Koren $50
KOREN TALMUD BAVLI: Dedication cost is $100.
PLAQUE DEDICATIONS:
· A brick on the Wall of Honour $118
A memorial plaque on the Yahrzeit Board $300
· A leaf on the Eitz Chaim $180
· Acorn on the Eitz Chaim $300
· A boulder for the Eitz Chaim $360

—————————————————————————–

15 Chartwell Avenue, Nepean, ON K2G 4K3
Phone 613-723-1800 / Fax 613-723-6567

Rabbi Howard Finkelstein rabbihoward.finkelstein@gmail.com
Howard Nadler, President howardnadler@rogers.com
Elisheva Brantz, Office Administrator shul@cbto.org 

Copyright © 2016 CBTO, All rights reserved.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shabbat Flyer December 16 & 17

 

CONGREGATION BEIT TIKVAH
ק’ק בית תקוהDecember 17-23, 2016           ט’ז-כ’ב כסלו   תשע”ז
Parashat Vayishlach        
  לחוי פרשת

Sefer Torah Sponsor: Janet and Jonathan Isserrlin

Rabbi
Howard Finkelstein
Chazan
Yair Subar
President
Howard Nadler

15 Chartwell Avenue
Nepean, ON K2G 4K3
Website: www.cbto.org
Email: shul@cbto.org
Phone: 613-723-1800
Fax: 613-723-6567

Service Times  for  December 16th
Shacharit 7:00 am
Candle Lighting 4:02 pm
Mincha and Kabbalat Shabbat 4:10 pm
Shabbat December 10th
Shacharit 9:00 am
Mincha 3:50 pm
Followed by Parsha and Halacha
Ma’ariv 5:00 pm
Shabbat Ends 5:11pm


SHABBAT MORNING TOT SHABBAT PROGRAM: FOR CHILDREN 0-7 YEARS OF AGE FROM 10:30 – 11:30 AM.
Please join us for prayers, singing, stories, games, and snacks. Parents are encouraged to accompany their children ages 2 and under.
To ensure this program runs smoothly and on time please make sure children are in the Youth lounge at 10:30.

NO SCENTS MAKES GOOD SENSE: Please avoid the use of perfumes and colognes in the shul.

FROM THE RABBI’S DESK – VAYISHLACH:           דברי הרב

It does not take long for Jacob to recover from his injury to his sciatic nerve which he suffers as a result of his confrontation with the angel of Esau. The Torah relates that he is shalem, or complete, prompting the rabbis to state that Jacob is complete in his physical recovery, his wealth and his religious faith.

If we were to examine the above rabbinic statement as a reference point to Jewish children, we find similar aspirations applicable to them. We want our children and grandchildren to be safe and physically well. We want them to be secure in their pursuit of their goals in life, be they professional or familial, and we want them to be strongly committed to their faith.

Our children and we are the Bene Yisrael, the sons and daughters of Israel or Jacob. We are not normally called the children of Abraham or Isaac, but of Jacob. Unlike Ishmael and Esau, the children of Jacob do not pursue other avenues of religious faith, although their father condemns the behaviour of those who are involved in the massacre of the inhabitants of Shechem.  Though sibling rivalry almost completely unravels the family of Jacob with the sale and disappearance of Joseph, the ever present example of Jacob remains foremost in the mind of his children and their descendants.

The image of Jacob that the rabbis tell us is engraved in the side of the Divine Throne is the same image Joseph sees when he narrowly eludes the wife of Potiphar who tries to seduce him. It is the image of Jacob that we see when we sing the song of Hamalach Hagoel Oti, (The angel who redeems me), his words as we raise our children. It is the image of Jacob that we see when we face challenges to our faith, and we gather strength from his example, as one who fights with angels and people and perseveres.  It is the image of Jacob we see when we are beset by enemies, as we remember the blessings Isaac gives him that promise he will overcome those who wish to destroy us. It could be a Laban, an Esau, or a modern day terrorist.

Am Yisrael Chai, Israel’s or Jacob’s nation lives.


CALENDAR                                                                        לוח זמנים

ONGOING CLASSES OFFERED BY RABBI FINKELSTEIN: Everyone is welcome at no charge.
  1. GEMARA: Wednesday evenings after Ma’ariv. Please check calendar in case of shifting.
  2. SHABBAT CLASSES:  Parsha and Halacha class between Mincha and Ma’ariv
OTTAWA JEWISH COMMUNITY EVENTS

JFS: is looking for a shopping companion urgently needed for an elderly holocaust survivor who lives in Orleans.  Bi-weekly, starting asap.  Please call Jewish Family Services at 613.722.2225, ext. 315 to help.

TEN YAD KOSHER PANTRIES: are located at the Queensway Carleton Hospital and the Ottawa Hospital at both the General Campus and Civic Campuses. Each pantry is stocked with kosher non-perishable food items and religious resources that may be useful to patients, their families and their caregiver.

Donations:                                                               תודה רבה
SIDDURIM: Dedication cost of Koren $50
KOREN TALMUD BAVLI: Dedication cost is $100.
PLAQUE DEDICATIONS:
· A brick on the Wall of Honour $118
· A memorial plaque on the Yahrzeit Board $300
· A leaf on the Eitz Chaim $180
· Acorn on the Eitz Chaim $300
· A boulder for the Eitz Chaim $360

15 Chartwell Avenue, Nepean, ON K2G 4K3
Phone 613-723-1800 / Fax 613-723-6567

Rabbi Howard Finkelstein rabbihoward.finkelstein@gmail.com
Howard Nadler, President howardnadler@rogers.com
Elisheva Brantz, Office Administrator shul@cbto.org 

Copyright © 2016 CBTO, All rights reserved.

 

 

 

 

 

Shabbat Flyer December 9 & 10 

 

CONGREGATION BEIT TIKVAH
ק’ק בית תקוה
December 10-16, 2016                                 ט’-ט’ו כסלו   תשע”ז   –

Parashat Vayetze           פרשת ויצא 

Sefer Torah Sponsor: Maxine and Arthur Rabinovitch

Rabbi
Howard Finkelstein
Chazan
Yair Subar
President
Howard Nadler

15 Chartwell Avenue
Nepean, ON K2G 4K3
Website: www.cbto.org
Email: shul@cbto.org
Phone: 613-723-1800
Fax: 613-723-6567

Service Times  for  December 9th
Shacharit 7:00 am
Candle Lighting 4:01 pm
Mincha and Kabbalat Shabbat 4:10 pm
Shabbat December 10th
Shacharit 9:00 am
Mincha 3:50 pm
Followed by Parsha and Halacha
Ma’ariv 5:00 pm
Shabbat Ends 5:09pm


SHABBAT MORNING TOT SHABBAT PROGRAM: FOR CHILDREN 0-7 YEARS OF AGE FROM 10:30 – 11:30 AM.
Please join us for prayers, singing, stories, games, and snacks. Parents are encouraged to accompany their children ages 2 and under.
To ensure this program runs smoothly and on time please make sure children are in the Youth lounge at 10:30.

NO SCENTS MAKES GOOD SENSE: Please avoid the use of perfumes and colognes in the shul.

FROM THE RABB’ S DESK VAYETZE:                דברי הרב

While on the surface the book of Genesis appears as a series of narratives concerning the creation of the world, and the lives of our patriarchs and matriarchs, there are not so subtle references to the need for our people to engage in ethical behaviour especially in the realm of business dealings. From the discussion regarding the purchase by Abraham of the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron to the agreements made by him and the king of the Philistines in regard to water rights, we as readers are presented with a picture of the lives of our ancestors as reflective of moral and upstanding living.

Even the seemingly deceptive behaviour of Jacob in multiplying his flocks of sheep to the consternation of his father-in-law, Laban, as described in great detail in this week’s Torah reading is couched in ethical business actions. Jacob insists his operation to increase his flock should not be perceived as a plot to cheat Laban, and therefore distances his flock the equivalent of three days travel from that of his father-in-law. Jacob’s knowledge of genetics and his trust in G-d allow for his ability to increase manifold the number of sheep he has. All is above board.

Though Jacob is working in a hostile and toxic environment, and has legitimate complaints against Laban, Jacob does not abandon one of the most important principles in management-labour relations, his responsibility to work to the utmost of his ability. Jacob reports to his wives, Rachel and Leah, that he has given his all to Laban despite the latter’s machinations. His earlier condemnation of the shepherds of Laban who want to cut corners and hours reflect on his work ethic which is based on his grandfather’s admonition to the members of his household to adhere to principles of justice and righteousness.

We, as the descendants of Jacob, reflect in our daily activities the principles of ethical living as espoused and enacted by him. Temptations and circumstances threaten those pathways of life, but we must persevere in our pursuit of that which is ethical and moral in our lives and society in general.

CALENDAR                                                                         לוח זמנים 

ONGOING CLASSES OFFERED BY RABBI FINKELSTEIN: Everyone is welcome at no charge.
  1. GEMARA: Wednesday evenings after Ma’ariv. Please check calendar in case of shifting.
  2. SHABBAT CLASSES:  Parsha and Halacha class between Mincha and Ma’ariv
OTTAWA JEWISH COMMUNITY EVENTS

JFS: is looking for a shopping companion urgently needed for an elderly holocaust survivor who lives in Orleans.  Bi-weekly, starting asap.  Please call Jewish Family Services at 613.722.2225, ext. 315 to help.

TEN YAD KOSHER PANTRIES: are located at the Queensway Carleton Hospital and the Ottawa Hospital at both the General Campus and Civic Campuses. Each pantry is stocked with kosher non-perishable food items and religious resources that may be useful to patients, their families and their caregiver.

WE NEED YOUR HELP
1. We are currently in the process of updating our bulletin, the shul’s information booklet and all information that is sent to both congregants and perspective members.
The website was launched in June of last year and at this time the site requires updating. If you have time and would like to volunteer to manage this site, please contact Elisheva at 613-723-1800.
 ARE YOU PLANNING TO ATTEND?
We are looking for volunteers to help cook for the upcoming Shabbat Dinner meal December 23rd. If you are in town and available to help out please contact Elisheva in the shul office.  In order for this to be possible  a minimum of 30 people will have to register for the dinner.

Donations:                                                                תודה רבה
SIDDURIM: Dedication cost of Koren $50
KOREN TALMUD BAVLI: Dedication cost is $100.
PLAQUE DEDICATIONS:
· A brick on the Wall of Honour $118
· A memorial plaque on the Yahrzeit Board $300
· A leaf on the Eitz Chaim $180
· Acorn on the Eitz Chaim $300
· A boulder for the Eitz Chaim $360



 

15 Chartwell Avenue, Nepean, ON K2G 4K3
Phone 613-723-1800 / Fax 613-723-6567

Rabbi Howard Finkelstein rabbihoward.finkelstein@gmail.com
Howard Nadler, President howardnadler@rogers.com
Elisheva Brantz, Office Administrator shul@cbto.org 

Copyright © 2016 CBTO, All rights reserved.

 

 

 

 

 

Shabbat Flyer December 2 & 3

 

CONGREGATION BEIT TIKVAH
ק’ק בית תקוה
December 3-9, 2016                                 ב’-ח’ כסלו   תשע”ז
Parashat Toldot           תולדות פרשת
Sefer Torah Sponsor: Golda and Ned Steinman

Rabbi
Howard Finkelstein
Chazan
Yair Subar
President
Howard Nadler

15 Chartwell Avenue
Nepean, ON K2G 4K3
Website: www.cbto.org
Email: shul@cbto.org
Phone: 613-723-1800
Fax: 613-723-6567

Service Times  for  December 2nd

Shacharit 7:00 am

Candle Lighting 4:02 pm
Mincha and Kabbalat Shabbat 4:10 pm
Shabbat December 3rd
Shacharit 9:00 am
Mincha 3:50 pm
Followed by Parsha and Halacha
Ma’ariv 5:00 pm

Shabbat Ends 5:10pm

SHABBAT MORNING TOT SHABBAT PROGRAM: FOR CHILDREN 0-7 YEARS OF AGE FROM 10:30 – 11:30 AM.
Please join us for prayers, singing, stories, games, and snacks. Parents are encouraged to accompany their children ages 2 and under.
To ensure this program runs smoothly and on time please make sure children are in the Youth lounge at 10:30.

NO SCENTS MAKES GOOD SENSE: Please avoid the use of perfumes and colognes in the shul.

FROM THE RABBI’S DESK TOLDOT:                דברי הרב

A number of perplexing issues arise regarding Rebecca’s behaviour as described in this parsha in regards to her relationship with her son, Esau. In the opening aliyah of the Torah reading, Rebecca is seen as specifically loving her other son, Jacob. She neglects Esau. Later, we read she encourages Jacob to disguise himself as Esau in order to deceive Isaac in giving the blessing to the former rather than to the latter. Finally, at the end of the Torah reading, she is called “˜the mother of Jacob and Esau”, concerned that the internecine relations between the brothers can result in their untimely deaths.

Rashi quizzically states that he does not know why the Torah mentions that she is the mother of Jacob and Esau, and fails to understand the lesson to be derived from this unusual phrase. The Siftei Chachamim defends Rashi indicating that Rashi is privy to all kinds of interpretations, but cannot correlate these theses with the quoted text.

It remains for Rabbi Sampson Raphael Hirsch to explain the statement that Rebecca is the mother of Jacob and Esau. Despite the fact that she loves Jacob more than Esau, she cannot shake her feelings of motherhood. She realizes that if Jacob were to take advantage of the blessing of great wealth and power, that Esau would hate him all the more. Therefore, she and Isaac conclude that in sending away Jacob from their home in order to escape Esau, that he be given little more than what he needs in terms of money and food to leave. Despite Isaac’s riches as described in the opening section of the parsha, Jacob is not to benefit from any of it when he leaves his ancestral home to find refuge and a wife in the home of Laban, his uncle.

Rebecca is concerned with Esau’s self-esteem, and feels that if his brother were to flaunt his newly found wealth bequeathed to him by deceiving his father into thinking he was Esau, Esau’s hatred would only grow. Rebecca was hoping that with the passage of time, Esau’s anger against Jacob would subside. Unfortunately, his anger remains despite the seeming reconciliation described between the brothers later in parshat Vayishlach.

It may have been too late for Rebecca to patch up her differences with Esau, but she remained his mother not only biologically but emotionally. That they remain estranged is indeed tragic. It is equally tragic when we know of estranged relations among our acquaintances, friends and even family.

 

CALENDAR                                                                         לוח זמנים

ONGOING CLASSES OFFERED BY RABBI FINKELSTEIN: Everyone is welcome at no charge.
  1. GEMARA: Wednesday evenings after Ma’ariv. Please check calendar in case of shifting.
  2. SHABBAT CLASSES:  Parsha and Halacha class between Mincha and Ma’ariv
OTTAWA JEWISH COMMUNITY EVENTS

JFS: is looking for a shopping companion urgently needed for an elderly holocaust survivor who lives in Orleans.  Bi-weekly, starting asap.  Please call Jewish Family Services at 613.722.2225, ext. 315 to help.

JNF: Emergency Update: “For each tree that was burned, we’ll plant two new ones”
http://www.kkl-jnf.org/about-kkl-jnf/green-israel-news/november-2016/danny-atar-statement-on-fire-damage

TEN YAD KOSHER PANTRIES: are located at the Queensway Carleton Hospital and the Ottawa Hospital at both the General Campus and Civic Campuses. Each pantry is stocked with kosher non-perishable food items and religious resources that may be useful to patients, their families and their caregiver.

WE NEED YOUR HELP
1. We are currently in the process of updating our bulletin, the shul’s information booklet and all information that is sent to both congregants and perspective members.
The website was launched in June of last year and at this time the site requires updating. If you have time and would like to volunteer to manage this site, please contact Elisheva at 613-723-1800.
2.    We are looking for volunteers to help cook for the upcoming Shabbat Dinner meal December 23rd. If you are in town and available to help out please contact Elisheva in the shul office.  In order for this to be possible  a minimum of 30 people will have to register for the dinner.

Donations:                                                                תודה רבה
SIDDURIM: Dedication cost of Koren $50
KOREN TALMUD BAVLI: Dedication cost is $100.
PLAQUE DEDICATIONS:
· A brick on the Wall of Honour $118
· A memorial plaque on the Yahrzeit Board $300
· A leaf on the Eitz Chaim $180
· Acorn on the Eitz Chaim $300
· A boulder for the Eitz Chaim $360

—————————————————————————–


15 Chartwell Avenue, Nepean, ON K2G 4K3
Phone 613-723-1800 / Fax 613-723-6567

Rabbi Howard Finkelstein rabbihoward.finkelstein@gmail.com
Howard Nadler, President howardnadler@rogers.com
Elisheva Brantz, Office Administrator shul@cbto.org 

Copyright ©2016 CBTO, All rights reserved.

 

 

 

 

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