Protecting Beth Tzedec Members from COVID-19

October 21, 2021—Beth Tzedec has updated its safety protocols and requirements for attending in-person services. As of today, we no longer require pre-registration for attending Beth Tzedec Friday evening or Shabbat morning services.

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Reb Steve in the National Post

On Monday, January 18, Rabbi Wernick submitted an article to the National Post's "Comment" section on the Colleyville, Texas hostage-taking incident, titled "Why I am not scared to be a rabbi, even after the Texas hostage-taking".

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Winter Bulletin Now Available

The latest edition of the Beth Tzedec Bulletin is available for download. To view the Bulletin, click the link below. To download a printer-friendly version, click here>>

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REDI Committee Survey

The REDI Committee is championing improving equity and inclusivity at Beth Tzedec and has prepared a short survey to seek each member's input with respect to your Beth Tzedec experience as it relates to these themes. Please click below for more information and to access the survey

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Friday Night Dinner from Apex Catering

Take a break from the kitchen this Friday. Enjoy creamy chicken corn chowder, mixed greens sald, Pico Island pot roast with sautéd mixed vegetables and Piri Piri roasted potatoes and molten lava cake for dessert. Vegetarian option available. Deadline: Jan 19. 

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Yahrtzeit Notices

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.

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