There’s always lots usually more going on at Solel.

Here’s what’s coming up:
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Note that the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting most programs at Solel. For the latest information see our COVID-19 Information page.
At this time Solel’s building is closed.
Our Shabbat evening and morning services will continue via livestream only until further notice.

Special Virtual Events & Programs
During the building closure, Solel will be running some special events and programs via Zoom video conferencing. Here are some of the things you can join in online with your Solel family:

 

We’re All In This Together – Parent Drop-In

Every Tuesday night at 9:00pm in Solel’s Zoom lounge.
Join us to vent, laugh, and take a breath. We’ll share tips, activities and ideas for parenting quarenteens, elementary age and younger kids during Covid-19. Bring your own beverage.
Contact the Solel office to get Zoom connection details.

 

Solel Lunch Break

Every Thursday at 12:00 noon in Solel’s Zoom Room.
Have lunch with Rabbi Pollack as we discuss current events and enjoy each other’s virtual company.
Contact the Solel office to get Zoom connection details.

 


5 Apr

Sunday 10:30am

Solel’s Virtual Pre-Pesach Webinar

Join Rabbi Pollack and Rabbi Englander as we share materials to enhance your appreciation of Pesach and help with you Pesach Seder planning. We’ll be meeting on the Zoom video conference platform. You can join by video or by phone. Contact the Solel office for connection details.

8 Apr

Wednesday 8:00am

First Born Minyan on Solel TV

Join Rabbi Pollack for the first born Minyan, a Solel tradition, this time with a physical distancing twist. In preparation for Passover we’ll be praying our weekday morning service liturgy with some text study for redeeming of the first born.
Join us at 8:00am at solel.ca/live

9 Apr

Thursday 6:30pm

Solel’s Online Second Seder

Our Solel 2nd Seder will be held virtually this year. Join us on the second night of Passover when we gather as a community to tell the story of our Exodus from Egypt, a celebration of freedom, not just for Jews, but for everyone. We’ll be meeting on the Zoom videoconference platform. You can join by video or by phone. Contact the Solel office for connection details.