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Our Clergy

Cory Weiss

As Rabbi, I’m honoured to serve Temple Har Zion and the Greater Toronto Jewish community. I see my role as one that can help you find meaning and create spiritual, cultural, educational and socially responsive connections to Judaism. I’m here to help guide and enrich your experiences so that you can find your place individually, and within the wider community.

I encourage you to come visit us at Temple Har Zion as I’m very proud of what we have created here. It is a place where adults and children alike feel welcome and at home.



Rachael Littman

Music, no matter how we may hear it, can instill a feeling of serenity and harmony – an environment in which all things become possible!

Cantor Littman’s extensive dossier — which features a Bachelor's degree in Classical Voice from the Manhattan School of Music, a Masters of Sacred Music from the Jewish Theological Seminary (from which she was invested as Cantor) as well as a Doctor of Ministry in Interfaith Pastoral Counselling from Hebrew Union College, NYC — underscores a lifetime spent serving her community through faith and outreach.


Rabbi Emeritus
Michael S. Stroh

Rabbi Michael Stroh, Temple Har Zion's founding Rabbi, continues to serve our congregation by leading monthly Shabbat morning Torah Study sessions and other adult education programs.

Rabbi Stroh teaches and lectures regularly at Reform, Conservative and Reconstructionist synagogues in the Toronto area. He also lectures frequently at interfaith programs at the University of Toronto, York University and secondary schools.  



Retired Hazzanit
Tara Abrams

For 20 years, Hazzanit Tara Abrams shared her love of Jewish music with the Temple Har Zion Family. From infusing our warm, participatory services with song, to connecting with those in need, she became an integral member of the clergy team at Temple, and her dedication to the well-being of congregants was apparent in all of her interactions, consistently demonstrating compassion and empathy.


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