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Livestreamed: Boker Tov with Temple High Holy Day Shofar Hunt
September 16 @ 8:30 am - 9:00 am
An event every week that begins at 8:30 am on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, repeating until September 18, 2020
A link will be available on our Facebook page or through gazelle.zoom.us/j/932797520.
If you have not joined us already, start your morning off with online teachings led by our clergy from Sundays to Fridays at 8.30 a.m. Mourners and those with a yahrzeit will be able to recite Kaddish surrounded by their community.
This week, Rabbi Michael Dolgin has offered us ways to connect, reflect and remember each morning through Sinai Streams. Be sure to join with us on Facebook, our new Zoom platform, or by calling in at 647.374.4685 or 647.558.0588 (Webinar ID: 932 797 520).
Participate and Enter the Temple Sinai High Holy Days Shofar Hunt
Starting Friday, August 21 at 8.30 a.m.
With the rapid approach of the High Holy Days, we are more conscious than ever of our need to get together as Jews. Despite our forced distance, Temple is determined to innovate and have fun!
It’s time for a tekiah with a twist: our High Holy Days Shofar Hunt!
It’s traditional to blow the shofar every day throughout the month of Elul. This year at Temple Sinai, the tradition continues. Our Daily Boker Tov with Rabbi Michael Dolgin will end with the sounding of the Shofar to remind and help us prepare for the coming Holy Days . . . but this year, our tekiah has a twist.
Sinai volunteers will be sounding shofarot from mystery locations across Toronto and other surprise locations around the world! We may not be traveling these days, but this shofar hunt will take you places!
Here’s how to play:
1. Join us for Boker Tov at 8.30 a.m. daily from Sunday through Friday. Click to Join
2. Watch the shofar sounding at the end of the service.
3. Guess that day’s mystery location and complete the online form on Temple’s website. (Take a guess.)
The member with the most correct answers during the month will win a special Elul prize and can optionally have their name highlighted during the High Holy Days.
This is the perfect opportunity to get younger family members to join on Boker Tov to help guess the mystery locations each day.
The answers are blowing in the wind!