- Shabbat morning at 9:45 am
- Monday - Friday Shacharit at 8:00 am
- Sunday morning at 8:30 am
Evening services at 4:00 pm
- On Public Holidays Shacharit is at 8:30 am
candle lighting times
- December 29th 4:00 pm
January 5th 4:07 pm
January 12th 4:15 pm
January 19th 4:24 pm
January 26th 4:33 pm
Halls & Venues
*A date reservation is finalized only upon office's confirmation
Save the date for an exciting evening featuring world renowned soloists
Varied styles of opera, Broadway, pop and more. An event…
Apr 14, 2024
Dough what a night!
No one does a Challah bake like The Chevra. Thank you for the over 200 young families who participated in making this such a special night.
Become a Member
Membership at Chevra Kadisha Congregation celebrates your commitment to Jewish life. The Chevra community is strengthened and supported through our extended network of Clergy, lay leadership, dedicated volunteers, members, and staff. We invite you to discover why so many families have found a positive and spiritual atmosphere in our iconic institution.
For information about joining, contact Regina Knellner: 514 482-3366 ext 230
Karen Hardoon & Robert Silver
Several years ago we were were looking for a synagogue to join and ultimately have our son’s bar mitzvah. We were introduced to the Chevra and immediately felt at home. We were welcomed with open arms by Rabbi and Lieba Jacobson and knew this was the right synagogue for our family. Rabbi Jacobson was a wonderful teacher and mentor to our son during his bar mitzvah lessons. Since then we have celebrated many simchas there. We look forward to many more years at the Chevra.
Lynn & Howard Inhaber
Dear Rabbi Jacobson, We are writing to you to thank you and all your team for creating an exceptional experience for our families'. Sara was fantastic to work with. She was professional, courteous warm and friendly and made working with her such a pleasure. She returned our calls promptly and went beyond the call of duty to assist us with our plans. How can I thank you enough for enabling Rabbi Cahana, wheelchair bound, to co-officiate at the Bema by building him a ramp so he could get onto the stage? And you did it with such a ‘defacto’ attitude. I cannot tell you how many people at the wedding commented on seeing him at the Bema, it was truly inspirational. The story of what you did for us has been told and retold. Not all synagogues would do this. You represent the type of community that aspires to the values of Torah. Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful synagogue and team with us. You gave us the experience of a lifetime.