EJN Affiliates

Our publication could not be possible without the strong partnerships that have been built with these organizations.
These partnerships help us continue to keep our finger on the pulse of our Community.

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Beth Israel Synagogue
Beth Israel is a beautiful modern Orthodox synagogue located in the west end of Edmonton. It is a forward-thinking family shul, committed to Torah and mitzvot, with members from all backgrounds. We have daily minyamin morning and evening and an exciting array of programs for everyone. Our ‘family’ is passionate about Judaism and we look forward to welcoming you!

Beth Shalom Synagogue
Beth Shalom Synagogue is Edmonton’s largest egalitarian conservative congregation providing professional learning opportunities, practice, and services to the Edmonton and broader community.
Beth Shalom is part of the Conservative/Masorti movement, and has been a part of the Jewish community in Edmonton for close to 80 years.

Beth Tzedek Congregation
Your conservative alternative. Beth Tzedek conducts regular Shabbat morning services in the Talmud Torah School Chapel. We are an egalitarian congregation using Conservative liturgy. We share the running of our services and anyone who wants to get involved in leading the prayers, reading from the Torah, chanting a haftarah or exchanging ideas about the readings is welcome to do so. After services, we enjoy a kiddush lunch which members bring in turn.

Camp BB
Camp BB Riback is a Jewish summer camp located along the scenic shores of Pine Lake, Alberta Canada. Every summer, caring and enthusiastic counsellors offer a wide variety of creative programs for kids in grades one to ten. We pride ourselves in the belief that every child is unique and deserves the opportunity to experience a full, enriching summer. Camp BB Riback has one of the most extensive land sports programs in Western Canada. Activities include horseback riding, mountain biking, canoeing, swimming, water skiing, and wakeboarding. Camp BB Riback is accredited with the Alberta Camping Association (ACA).


The EDJGE, Edmonton Jewish General Education, also known as the “Edmonton Kollel,” is an independent, non-profit institution whose purpose is to strengthen the quality and awareness of Jewish education throughout Edmonton. Our goal is to connect, inspire and empower Jewish men and women of all ages, regardless of their backgrounds and affiliations. Our staff and their families are available for classes, questions, teaching, and outreach programs.

Talmud Torah

Edmonton Talmud Torah School is a K-9 school that offers an excellent academic experience and a rich grounding in Jewish heritage and Hebrew language. Under the Edmonton Public School Board, Talmud Torah provides cutting edge teaching practices and technology, a warm school community and dedicated teachers within the Jewish cultural environment. The very popular Talmud Torah Early Learning Centre for children aged 2 - 5, is located at Talmud Torah School.

The Jewish Federation
of Edmonton

The Jewish Federation of Edmonton is committed to building a strong, vibrant and enduring Jewish community in Edmonton, across Alberta, in Israel and throughout the world by fostering the values, practices and traditions that sustain and enrich Judaism and the Jewish people. Through their collaborative community planning process and their annual United Jewish Appeal campaign, JFed touches many lives.

Jewish National Fund
of Edmonton
The Jewish National Fund (JNF) has been performing environmental work in Israel for over 100 years. Today, as the problems that are plaguing our planet become more apparent, they continue to develop and implement cutting edge environmental projects.
The JNF is a United Nations NGO (non-governmental organization), and has worked to develop partnerships with a number of government and professional organizations to further cooperative relationships, conduct research, share technical expertise and obtain educational exchanges.

Menorah Academy
Menorah Academy's vision is to serve the diverse landscape of the Edmonton Jewish community, helping produce vibrant, productive, and knowledgeable community members, and inspiring a lifetime of commitment to Torah values and learning. Edmonton Menorah Academy's mission is to build and service the Edmonton Jewish community, helping students appreciate what defines our Jewish heritage while preparing our students for the future in academics, character, skills, values, and beyond.

Na'amat Canada Edmonton

Na’amat Canada, in partnership with Na’amat Israel, is part of a worldwide women’s movement whose ideological roots lie with the founding women of the State of Israel and their vision for social justice and equality. The name “Na’amat” is a Hebrew acronym for Nashim Ovdot Umitnadvot (Movement of Working Women and Volunteers.)

Temple Beth Ora

Temple Beth Ora (TBO) is a small Reform congregation with a growing membership. As a member of the Union for Reform Judaism, TBO is committed to egalitarianism and encourages involvement from people of all ages and welcomes members from interfaith families.

The West Edmonton Jewish Community Center Association 2014 (WEJCC) is a group of individuals who came together with one common interest: the future of the Edmonton Jewish Community Center. What started as a grassroots Facebook group in 2013, simply to see if there was interest beyond some friends, grew to more than 200 members within weeks and then gradually to over 450 members. The goal of the WEJCC Association is to help the Edmonton Jewish community “find a new home” in a Jewish Community Centre using all the proceeds (approximately five million dollars) from the old JCC.