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7360 Bayview Avenue, Thornhill, ON | 905-889-2252 | info@harzion.ca

Belonging is Powerful

Temple Har Zion is a Reform congregation that connects tradition with modern Jewish values.

We are an inclusive, diverse, multicultural, and multigenerational congregation. Our focus is warmth, friendship, caring, and acceptance. We welcome Jews by heritage, Jews by choice, secular Jews, and interfaith families; members of all ethnicities, abilities, socioeconomic statuses, political affiliations, ages, sexual orientations, or gender identities.

We encourage participation from all who seek a connection to a Jewish way of life and want to be part of our religious community.

Our Temple is a place where you can Connect, Engage and be Inspired - it’s Where YOU Belong.

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What's on this Week

Today's Calendar

Victoria Day

Tomorrow's Calendar

Morning Minyan via Zoom
: 7:15am

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Friday Night

Shabbat Day

Breakfast and Torah Study |
: 9:00am
Shabbat Morning Service with Choir, Nathan Lakrits Bar Mitzvah
: 10:30am
Dan Nichols | Havdalah on the Porch
: 7:00pm

This week's Torah portion is Parashat B'har

Shabbat, May 25


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We warmly welcome members and visitors of all sexual orientations and gender identities

Land Acknowledgement

At Temple Har Zion, we acknowledge that we are situated on Traditional Territories and Treaty Lands.  The territories include the Wendat, Anishinabek Nation, the Haudenosaunee Confederacy, the Mississaugas of the Credit First Nations, and the Métis Nation.

As Jews and as a community, may we always strive to fulfill our Jewish value of Tzedek Tirdof – the pursuit of justice in our society.

Mon, May 20 2024 12 Iyar 5784