Introducing a Socratic D'Var Torah Style

We are continually seeking ways to create different approaches for engaging together during our services. As part of this, we will introduce, as an experiment, an alternative to the traditional sermon using a more interactive discussion aligned with the weekly Torah reading. 

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Shabbat Take-Out Dinners from Apex Return!

Let Apex Kosher Catering handle Shabbat cooking. The menus are changed each week and offer vegetarian options, additional menu items and include desserts. Pick-up is available each Friday afternoon from Beth Tzedec or from Beth Emeth. Order deadlines are Wednesdays for the following week. Click below for next week's menu.

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Beth Tzedec is a vibrant, engaging and BUSY community! Keep up-to-date with the events, programs and news by signing up for our weekly enewsletter. To add your name to the list, email Terri at

Email Alert

A Beth Tzedec employee's email address was compromised on January 26. If you receive an email from Aida Adel ( asking you to click any links, do NOT click and delete the email from your system. To be safe, we encourage you to change your passwords for your email and other sensitive sites.

Sending Purim Cheer

The Member Engagement Committee is gearing up to send our annual holiday package filled with Purim treats to our university/college student members. Please send us a ‘snailmail’ (mailing) address to Klara at or call 416-781-3514, ext.220.All requests must be received by Tuesday, February 7.

Beth Tzedec Office Hours

Our administrative offices are open
Mondays to Thursdays from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Fridays from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Please note that our offices are closed on Shabbat, Sundays and statutory holidays. Calls or emails received on those days will be returned when the offices reopen on Monday. 

Beth Tzedec Congregation is committed to accessibility. If you require accommodation, please call 416-781-3511 or email us at