Rachael’s Centre is dedicated to building inclusive, ethically driven communities of learning. Through our courses, lectures, and online content, we strive to offer an experience of Jewish texts and wisdom, that exposes their benefit to the modern world. There are many ways to connect and grow with Rachael’s Centre; we look forward to connecting with you.

We invite you to come meet us and get to know our community!

The 5781 High Holidays will be different from anything we have experienced before, as we celebrate in our homes and not necessarily with all of our family. 
At Rachael’s Centre, we have prepared a digital resource kit that can used online and offline to help you in finding personal meaning and practice during this holiday season. 
Join us three times a week for half an hour of informal, Jewish sharing to frame your day. Rachael will always bring a text, legend, or moment of Jewish humour to spark our free-form discussion.
Bring your favourite coffee brew in your special mug and let’s get together.

* Except Jewish Chaggim and Canadian Civic Holidays

We are expanding our online offerings  so you can join us from  your own home, as we all help everyone stay safe. Play a meaningful part in helping us offer these programs  to others at home and around the world, by making a donation to Rachael’s Centre for Torah, Mussar & Ethics. 

Please show your support with a financial gift and keep our inclusive online community growing chazak v’chazak, from strength to strength. Thank you!

From Rachael’s Blog

The Prayer, the Parrot, and the Rabbi

As we are just days away from Yom Kippur, my mind goes to three places: the prayer, the parrot, and …
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Parshat Nitzavim: It’s My Song To Sing

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Parshat Ki Tavo: As Is Holiness

Parts of my family got together in my backyard last week for a socially distanced Friday night Shabbat meal. Things …
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Parshat Ki Teitzei: Is It Really Blowing in the Wind?

The world is now functioning online in ways I couldn’t have imagined a few months ago. Work, school, shopping, entertainment, …
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Parshat Shoftim: The Torah, the King, the Horses and the Wives

This week my husband and I celebrated our wedding anniversary. We shared a lovely dinner and talked about our memories, …
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Parshat Re’eh: One to Fly the Heavens

For years I had an arrangement with my kids that if I’m driving them somewhere they have to play DJ …
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