We are excited to announce that Beth Tzedec will begin reopening for in-person services with Kabbalat Shabbat on Friday, June 11. We are offering indoor and outdoor Shabbat services, as well as outdoor Minhah/Ma'ariv services on Sundays through Thursdays. Click here to register for an upcoming minyan>>
Beth Tzedec joined more than 200 organizations across the country regarding the recent surge in anti-Semitic incidents we are experiencing across Canada. We will continue to stand in solidarity against this hate and intolerance.read more »
Celebrate Shabbat with a mixed vegetable and tortilla soup, beef and chicken tacos, arroz verde Mexican rice and sticky toffee date pudding. Deadline: Wednesday, June 16.read more »
Include the names of your loved ones in the annual Yizkor Memorial Book used at Yizkor Services on Yom Kippur, Shemini Atzeret, Pesah and Shavuot for the year 5782 The cost is $18.00 per memorialized name per household. Use the link below to complete your online submission or email Terri Humphries. Deadline: Thursday, July 15.
The inherent right of all individuals to be treated with dignity and respect is central to Judaic values and beliefs. Beth Tzedec is committed to operating a religious institution which fosters mutual respect for the dignity and well-being of all Employees, members and visitors to the Congregation. (Harassment Prevention Policy)download »
Please note that yahrtzeit notices will continue to be sent out via ShulCloud, our new member database system. Members should always check our website calendar to confirm service times.