Kehilat She’ar Yashuv (KSY) קהילת שאר ישוב is a Shomer Torah Congregation.
Weekly Shabbat Services are at 10:30 AM Saturdays,
at 5200 DE LA SAVANE #280 MONTREAL QC.
Torah Discussion Group 2:30 PM
We are open to both Jews and Gentiles of every nationality who want to learn how to live a life based on the principles of the Torah. We are united under the banner of the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, the God of Israel and the teachings of our Rabbi Yeshua.
As it is written כִּי בֵיתִי, בֵּית-תְּפִלָּה יִקָּרֵא לְכָל-הָעַמִּים “…for My house shall be called a house of prayer for all peoples” Isaiah 56:7b
Our Rabbi teaches a Paradigm Shift in how we view the Torah; that the foundation of our faith is the Ten Commandments. Everything written after that is mere commentary and application for our lives. True religion lies in obedience to these Commandments given to us by the Creator through Moshe Rabeinu (Moses) and is how we can have a true relationship with the Creator of the Universe.
“Say No to Religion; say Yes to the Creator”.
Ranebi רנב”י Rav Netanel ben Yochanan רב נתנאל בן יוחנן
You are invited to visit our community where we hope to help build a better future for our children through the teaching of living Torah.
Contact us at email@example.com or call us at 514-481-4579, 1-888-579-4276
Every week our Rabbi hosts a lively discussion group on ZOOM on practical application of Torah in our lives without being religious!
Sign up for the English group on Wednesday evenings
or Spanish group on Tuesday evenings by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 514-481-4579
Be sure to like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/kehilat.yashuv
We understand Yeshua ben Yosef to be the messiah of his day, before any other religions changed his identity. Here Jews are free to remain Jewish and Gentiles to remain Gentiles. We do not abandon nor betray our communities or families. We all simply come under the covering of the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. Rabbi Yeshua’s role was to continue the work that Moshe Rabeinu had had begun. Moshe brought the Torah to his people and Yeshua reminded us to bring it to all the nations as Israel was meant to do — to be “ohr l’goyim” , a light to the nations. Yeshua told us himself that he did not come to abolish the Torah but to bring his people back to Torah. Neither he nor his talmidim (students). They were all devout followers of the Torah. We are stepping back in time and reclaiming our true Biblical heritage. The Torah gives us boundaries and principles within which we can live a full and rich life. Instead of conversion to any religion, we learn about the transforming power of the living Word of God— the Torah.
We are fulfilling our calling as B’nei Israel (children of Israel) of bringing the written Torah and especially the Ten Commandments to all the nations. This is especially important in light of all that is happening in the world today. People are leaving their religions with which they have become disillusioned. Sadly they are throwing the baby out with the bath water, i.e. they turn away from the Creator. He did not create religion, man did. Religions divide while the Creator unites. Fanaticism is on the rise on every front and political correctness does not allow the Truth to be told. Yeshua taught us “you shall know the Truth (which refers to the Creator) and the Truth (the Creator) shall make you free.” The Torah is as alive today as it was when Moshe received it on Mount Sinai and it is our duty and calling to teach its principles to all who want to learn. The “Ger” or “Stranger among us” has the same rights and the responsibility to observe all that the written Torah requires (Numbers 15:15) contrary to what the religious leaders teach.
We are also a registered charitable organization in the United States named She’ar Yashuv International.
More recent events in our Kehilat.
Although the Book of Esther did not necessarily actually take place in history, it is a story of our hero, Mordechai and our heroine, Esther whose desire to save their people was greater than their desire to save themselves. We need people like this today. May we all be willing to stand up and speak truth when we are faced with annihilation by enemies who want us destroyed for no other reason than “sinat chinam”, free hatred.
Hanukkah is about keeping the essence of who we are and not assimilating to foreign ideas. It is a cry against assimilation.
Fall Festivals 5778
Yom Teruah, Yom Kippur and Sukkoth in our kehilat.
We were thrilled at such a large attendance this year and that more people are understanding that Torah was not given exclusively for the Jewish people. The Festivals are for everyone! The Ten Commandments are for everyone! The House of Jacob refers to the lineage of the people from Abraham, Isaac and Jacob while the House of Israel refers to the rest of the people who joined them under that banner of the God of Israel. We welcome anyone from any nation who wants to have a relationship with the Creator and follow His Torah.
Israel’s 69th birthday
A few of us from KSY attended Israel’s 69th birthday Rally May 2 and represented our community. Yom Huledet Sameach – Happy Birthday to Israel. It was a joy to march downtown with those supporting the State of Israel. Next year Israel will turn 70 years old and the Rally will take place on April 18, 2018 a double chai. We look forward to a great turn out and to being “next year in Jerusalem.
Our Seudat Birkat Pesach was held this year at Trattoria Cinecitta (https://www.trattoriacinecitta.com/) on Decarie near Isabella. The owners Lily and Eduard bent over backward to help us to make it very special event for everyone. Lily told us that she was so happy to hear that we are fulfilling our mission of being ohr l’goyim, a light to the nations. The food was excellent and the atmosphere was wonderful. Thank you, Lily and Eduard.