Chazzan Gesundheit (left) and Rabbi Goldberg (right) led our High Holy Days' services with their usual grace and depth

High Holy Days 2016/5777

With Rabbi Aviva Goldberg and Chazzan Daniela Gesundheit leading us, and with a huge group of talented, dedicated volunteers, we celebrated Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur this year. Whether it was new musical …

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High Holy Days Past

For 21 years, we have been celebrating the High Holy Days with meaningful, joyful and participatory services. To take a stroll through several years at our High Holy Day services in midtown Toronto. High Holy Days 2016/5777 With Rabbi Aviva Goldberg and Chazzan Daniela Gesundheit leading us, and with a huge group of talented, dedicated volunteers,…

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Chanukah Kabbalat Shabbat 2015

Our Kabbalat Shabbat, with a wonderful telling of the Herschel story by Aviva and a beautiful rendition of “Ochos Kandelikas” by Daniela, then much laughter and many latkes at the kiddish afterwards, where the kids showed off 

Our children are taught by Daniela at Rosh Hashanah

High Holy Days at Shir Libeynu: 5776

Witty and wise, musical and meaningful. Recollections of our High Holy Day services, which ended just a few days ago, continue to influence and inspire many who attended.  We thank Rabbi Aviva Goldberg and Chazzan Daniela

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Shir Libeynu at Heart to Heart Reception

Our shul was a returning sponsor/donor of the program, and many of us volunteered at and attended the reception on Monday, August 10th.  That’s when members of Toronto’s Muslim and Jewish communities braved the rain

Families and friends at Pride Service, 2015

Pride 2015 At Shir Libeynu

Shir Libeynu’s 9th Annual Pride Service For All of Us, including Allies! With Rabbi Goldberg leading, we celebrated great Queer Jews and also focused on the world-wide persecution of LGBTQs, on Saturday, June 27, 2015.

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Ordination of Rabbi Aviva Goldberg

A most moving ceremony took place after Havdallah on November 22, 2014, when Rabbi Deborah Brin bestowed smicha upon Dr. Goldberg. The congregation of 200 people cheered and gave a standing ovation to Aviva,