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Beth Tzedec Town Hall Meeting

Apr 16 2018, 7:30PM to 9:30PM in the Herman Hall.
NOTE: This event has already occurred.

Modernizing Our Bylaws

Beth Tzedec is revising our Constitution's bylaws as part of the Strategic Plan initiatives to improve accountability and help our Shul play a more meaningful role in the lives of our members. Fellow member Brian Segal has chaired the By-Laws Committee and they've been working hard over the past year to prepare a proposal for consideration by our membership. 

To view the Committee's report and summary of changes, click here>>.

Read the Proposed Bylaw Changes

The draft bylaws document is available for members to review. To obtain a copy, click here  or call 416-781-3511, email or pick up a copy from the Synagogue office. You are also encouraged to share your comments and questions with the By-Laws Committee by emailing

Town Hall Meeting—Monday, April 16

Members of the Congregation are invited to this Town Hall meeting to review the proposed governance changes and raise any concerns before the bylaws are submitted to the membership for consideration at the Annual General Meeting in late May. Brian Segal will chair this Town Hall meeting.

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Event Details
For Information:
Synagogue Office
No charge
  • Seniors
  • Adults
  • Young Professionals