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>>
As we continue the process of reopening our building, the Board of Beth Tzedec has, in consultation with the Reopening Taskforce, implemented a new vaccination policy to help protect our members against COVID-19 while participating in Beth Tzedec programs and services, effective Sunday, August 15.
Place your Apex Shabbat dinner order featuring Italian silky zucchini soup, mixed greens salad, seared chicken supreme with French beans & grilled tomato and chimichurri crisp potato, finishing with molten lava cake or apple crumble tart for dessert . Vegetarian option available. Deadline: July 28.download »
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 »
July 15, 2021—To protect the well-being of our community, we have revised protocols for Memorial Park. The cemetery grounds will be open Sundays through Fridays from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. All gatherings on the cemetery grounds are limited to 100 people or less. Face masks and social distancing are required at all times.
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.