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Welcome to Congregation Dorshei Emet

A Transformational Community Rooted in Tradition and Celebrating Diversity

Congregation Dorshei Emet, the Reconstructionist Synagogue of Montreal, is an egalitarian, progressive community where Jewish traditions are celebrated, and innovation is welcomed.

Dorshei Emet is a dynamic, unique, and exciting shul where the services are participatory and inclusive, parties are fantastic, and the congregation is inclusive and friendly.  It's an ideal place to call home.  We draw large crowds to our Kabbalat Shabbat Around the World events, Purim parties, Yom Ha'atzmaut celebrations, Shabbat Shira concerts, and other festivals.    We have grown and evolved since our initial days in the 1960s, when we operated more as a chavurah but have tried to keep some of the DIY flavour and willingness to try new things.

Everyone is welcomed regardless of religious background, current level of observance, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, and socio-economic status.

All of our programs and services are open to the entire community, and if you like what you see, we also invite you to join!

Learn more about Reconstructionism and the Reconstructionist Movement .

Listen to the music of our community

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 Dorshei Emet Services

We are open for Shabbat services. Everyone must register to attend. Click here to fill out the registration form by Friday at 12 noon

Masks will continue to be required while in common areas of the synagogue and when seated in large gatherings such as services, kiddushes, group settings etc.. except while eating and drinking.

For more information please click here.

For those who cannot attend services in-person, the Zoom link will continue to be emailed to all members as usual on Friday. 

upcoming programs

To register email programdirector@dorshei-emet.org 

Tue, August 16 2022 19 Av 5782