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Welcome to Kehilat She'ar Yashuv
  Kehilat She'ar Yashuv קהילת שאר ישוב is a Jewish Congregation based in Montreal, Quebec, Canada where Jews and Gentiles are welcome to learn how to do teshuva (turn to the God of Israel). In other words, we are a house of prayer for all nations. We are part of the She'ar Yashuv Community Centre serving the greater community of Montreal. Our Shabbat services are held every Saturday at 10:30 AM.  We are Shomer Shabbat based upon Torah alone.  Our Rabbi teaches us how to apply the prinicples of Torah for today with the example laid down for us by our Messiah Yeshua.

Meet our Rabbi

The rabbi, teacher and spiritual leader of our community, She'ar Yashuv is Rabbi Netanel Ben Yochanan (Rabbi Percy Johnson). His life was transformed when he had a personal encounter with the G-d of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob and he came to the understanding that Yeshua is indeed the Jewish Messiah not only for Jews but for the entire world. The Rabbi teaches principles from Torah in a non-religious way so that we, his talmidim can apply its wisdom to our daily lives while having a sincere relationship with G-d.  We welcome you to visit our community on Shabbat especially if you have become disenchanted with religion.His slogan is "no to religion, yes to G-d!" 

The concept for the Jewish Community Centers for believers in Yeshua came to him over the 37 years ago when he began to develop them around the world. These are places where Torah observant Jews and non-Jews could feel welcome. Our center here in Montreal is house of prayer for all nations. Rabbi Netanel is dedicated to mentoring and building up young leaders for the future. He also has many years of experience as a chaplain, handles cases of mediation, crisis management and is a skilful counsellor in pre-marital, marriage, personal and family matters. He has helped in many marriages which were failing and has tried to prevent people from making one of the worst mistake of their lives — marrying the wrong person. (See Rabbi's Services)

From the Rabbi's Desk

We are in the intermediary days of Pesach. This special Shabbat is called the Third day of Chol HaMoed Pesach, and we read Shemot (Exodus) 34:1-26.  I am all dressed in white as part of my tradition representing that during these days we are trying to keep ourselves clean.  The traditions of our festivals are beautiful only when they are in line with Torah. What is Pesach?  It is usually seen as being the first of the 6 festivals or Appointed Times that we see given to us by G-d in Leviticus 23 (apart from Shabbat).  These would be kept according to G-d’s instructions without giving us much room.   Pesach is the initiatory formation of the people of Israel, for them to once again acquire the G-d who created them. It is also important to understand Pesach in light of Messiah Yeshua. Religions argue with each other about who Messiah is in order to justify their own doctrines. Allow yourself to see Messiah according to what Torah says, not what people who tell you about him. In the Middle Ages, if you didn’t believe the earth was flat, you were killed for being a heretic. Humanity has always been forced to accept the beliefs of the higher powers of the institutional religions. I as your rabbi am not here to tell you what you can do or what you cannot do at the holiday time.  Read Torah and try to follow them as best as you can.  Let us stay away from being so religious that it stops us from having a relationship with G-d. (Read more)

Our Community

Join us for our
weekly Shabbat Services
as well as for our festivals. 

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 What a wonderful Purim Party!!!

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News from Kehilat She'ar Yashuv

Daily Counting of the Omer


Baruch atah Adonai Eloheinu melech ha-olam asher kid'shanu
b'mitzvotav v'tzivanu al s'firat ha-omer.

בָּרוּךְ אַתָּה יְהוָה אֱלֹהֵינוּ מֶלֶךְ הָעוֹלָם אֲשֶׁר קִדְּשָׁנוּ בְּמִצְווֹתָיו  וְצִוָּנוַּ עַל
סְפִירַת הָעוֹמֶר
"Blessed be You O L-RD our God King of the universe, who has made us holy through His
commandments and commanded us about counting the Omer."

  

“When you take this people out of Egypt,” said G‑d to Moses when He revealed Himself to him in a burning bush at the foot of Mount Sinai, “you shall serve G‑d on this mountain.”

It took seven weeks to reach the mountain. The people of Israel departed Egypt on the 15th of Nissan (the first day of Passover); on the 6th of Sivan, celebrated ever since as the festival of Shavuot, they assembled at the foot of Mount Sinai and received the Torah from G‑d.

 Beginning on the second night of Passover, we count the days and weeks: “Today is one day to the Omer”; “Today is two days to the Omer”; “Today is seven days, which are one week to the Omer”; and so on, till “Today is forty-nine days, which are seven weeks to the Omer.”

 

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Are you ready to be challenged about your understanding

of God, Torah and religion?

 Sign up for the rabbi's on-line Torah study

in English on Wednesdays at 9 AM EST

and in Spanish on Wednesday's at 7 PM EST

 

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Send us an email if you would like

to listen to the Rabbi's Shabbat Drash

and we will send you a link.


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Join us for our Shabbat service to find out more
about our community.

Service begins
at 10:30 AM Saturday mornings.

All nationalities are welcome

 כי ביתי בית  תפלה יקרא לכל העמים

..For My house will be called a house of prayer for all nations (Isaiah 56:7)

Services are held at 8255 Mountain Sights suite 225, Montreal QC
(two blocks from metro de la Savanne station).


Oneg begins around 1:00 PM and Torah study at 2:30 PM

Shabbat School for children ages 3-7 is held during morning message.

Hine ma tov u'manayim
shevet achim gam yachad
הנה מה טוב ומה נעים שבת אחים גם יחד
How good and pleasant it is
for brethren to dwell together in harmony

 

 

 

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Getting married soon?

Get pre-marital counseling with the rabbi.

Call us today to book your initial session.

This is the most important decision you will ever make,

don't get married without it.

 
Speak to us about our full catering service.
 

 

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Bar Mitzvah your son with us and enjoy the real meaning

of this special day in his life. 

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Contact us for an interview with our Rabbi.


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Étudiez Hébreu Biblique (cours en français)

Pour meilleur comprendre la langue des Écritures

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Programme du cours d'initiation

Apprentissage de l'alphabet(lecture et écriture)
Les consonnes avec leur prononciation, leur symbole, leur valeur numérique.
Les voyelles, les syllabes
les mots essentiels des premiers textes de la genèse à l'aide de la phonétique.
La grammaire: article et prépositions, pluriel des noms masculins et féminins -les  suffixes permettant de les distinguer.
Les adjectifs possessifs, les pronoms personnels(les suffixes permettant de les distinguer)
Les racines des verbes.
Les noms avec leur racine.
Le temps présent, passé et futur(les préfixes et suffixes permettant de les distinguer)
Lecture et traduction de versets de la bible en caractères hébreux et à l'aide de la phonétique.
Lecture et traduction des prières du sidour.
La signification des noms(sens particulier, sens commun, sens opposé, sens par voie d'extension)
Durée du cours d'initiation:4 mois
2 heures de cours chaque semaine.
Les personnes désireuses apprendre la syntaxe pourront s'inscrire pour le deuxième cours(cours avancé)

SVP Contactez nous à: 514-481-4579514-481-4579 

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Premarital Counselling

Our Rabbi recommends 6 months of pre-marital counselling before making the most important decision you will every make—a lifetime commitment. It is important to find out if you are well suited to one another. You owe it to yourselves and to your loved ones to spend at least as much time on making your relationship work as you would purchasing a home or car. Your happiness and that of your future children are at stake.

Our experienced team is down to earth, fun to work with and we can help you with your Jewish Wedding ceremony, one that  will meet your needs.

Our catering team is ready to take care of your special event right up to the wedding cake.

Don't hesitate to get in touch with us today to set up a preliminary interview. You will be happy that you did.   References available upon request.

Interfaith couples are welcome
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In our Rabbi's drash on Lech Lecha,
he deals with the quintessential question


The life of Moshe Rabbeinu the redeemer of Israel is exciting to look at especially when we compare the elements of his life with that of
our Messiah Yeshua, the redeemer of the world. 
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Shabbat Lighting Times

Montreal, Qc
7:38pm
 
 
Parashat  HaShavuah 
Weekly Torah Portions 
5774
           
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April 26, 2014
26 Nissan

Kedoshim  קדושים
(Holy People)
11 Omer

Torah:
Vayikra (Lev.)
19:1-20:27

Haftarah:
A-Amos
9:7-15
S-Yechezkel (Ez.)
20:2-20


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May 3, 2014
3 Iyyar
Emor  אמר  (Speak)
Day 18 Omer

Torah:
Vayikra (Lev.)
21:1-24:23

Haftarah:
Yechezkel (Ez.)
44:15-31

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May 10, 2014
10 Iyyar
BeHar בהר
On mount
Day 25 Omer

Torah:
Vayikra (Lev.)
25:1-26:2

Haftarah:
Yirmeyahu (Jer.)
32:6-27

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May 17, 2014
17 Iyyar  5774
BeChukkotai  בחוקתי
By my regulations
Day 32 Omer

Torah:
Vayikra (Lev.)
26:3-27:34

Haftarah:
Yirmeyahu (Jer.)
16:19-17:14

Hazak, hazak, Venitchazek!
חזק חזק ונתחזק
Be strong, be strong
and let us be strengthened!

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May 24, 2014
24 Iyyar
Bamidbar במדבר
In the desert
Day 39 Omer

Torah:
Bamidbar (Num.)
1:1-4:20

Haftarah:
Hoshea (Hosea)
2-1:22

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May 31, 2014
02 Sivan
Nasso   נשא  
Take
Day 46 Omer

Torah:
Bamidbar (Num.)
4:21-7:89

Haftarah:
Shoftim (Jud.)
13:2-25
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