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City Shul's Vision

Our congregation stands on the three pillars of Jewish life: Torah, worship, and acts of lovingkindness. 

We are a shul where tradition meets modernity in a happy co-existence. Affiliated with the Reform movement, and a member of the Union for Reform Judaism, we are able to draw from its vast array of resources and dedication to inclusion while forging our own unique downtown Toronto identity. 

Our Mission:
1. To be a congregation caring for each other, the wider community, and for the planet by partnering with other Jewish organizations and the broader general community. 
2. To be a place of intellectual discourse, vibrant spirituality, meaningful rituals and life-cycle events. 
3. To conduct services filled with joyful singing, where congregational participation is the norm. 
4. To be a place where every member contributes to the success of the congregation.

Our vision is to be a community of committment where being a member means your voice is heard, your involvement is valued, your own learning and growth is vital, your personhood is respected, and your spiritual journey is cherished and nurtured by City Shul while City Shul is nurtured by you.

Our spiritual leader is Rabbi Elyse Goldstein, known for 20 years in Toronto as a leading teacher, spiritual mentor, speaker, and community activist. 

Regular Location: Wolfond Centre, 36 Harbord Street.
School Location: The Huron School.
We invite you to become involved.

Mon, 11 December 2017 23 Kislev 5778