Morris Winchevsky Sunday Shule

Secular Jewish Experiential Education for Social Justice

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We are so

happy to have found an educational home for our children which shares our secular and progressive Jewish values and runs a school that feels familial, warm and enriching.

Michele Landsberg
     & Stephen Lewis
The Morris Winchevsky Sunday School is Toronto’s secular Jewish shule, focused on social justice.
Offering a range of programs for pre-school all the way to B’Mitzvah* groups, our shule focuses on experiential education, immersing our students in an environment where they get to learn, play, and experiment with secular Jewishness and social justice practices.

Check out the Shule2022/2023 schedule, our Tuition, information about each class, our BMitzvah process, and our comprehensive COVID-19 plan in the menu above.

The Shule is also happy to continue our Adult Secular BMitzvah program, launched in 2019, and to continue with our brand new Youth Group, which began in 2022. You can read about these programs and register on the relevant pages on this website. 

For more information check us out on Facebook and Instagram.

*Considering Jewish languages are gendered, we chose the inclusive Hebrew term BMitzvah, which means "In Mitzvah". We use this term instead of Bar, Bat, or Bnai Mitzvah as those terms are binary.

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An interactive, biweekly preschool program for children aged 2.5 - 4 years and their grownups

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A hands-on program that

lays the foundation for understanding Jewish civilizations' rich histories

and practices.

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An interactive, biweekly preschool program for children aged 4.5-6 years and their grownups

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A hands-on program that

lays the foundation for understanding Jewish civilizations' rich histories

and practices.

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A one year program for students preparing for their secular B'Mitzvah* ceremonies with a curriculum that focuses on

Jewish philosophy, literature,

and history, while integrating social justice issues and

practices.

*Considering Jewish languages are gendered, we chose the inclusive Hebrew term B'Mitzvah, which means "In Mitzvah". We use this term instead of Bar, Bat, or B'nai Mitzvah as those terms are binary.

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