Our community is only as connected as we make it. There are many ways to get involved at Beth Tzedec.
Attend a Program or Event
From Jewish learning programs to festival celebrations to community events focused on the interests of children to elders, there is always something happening at 1700 Bathurst Street. Our professional team and dedicated professional volunteers manage more than 200 programs and events each year. Welcoming, engaging and exciting, your educational, cultural or social appetite will be fulfilled. Check the listings, the calendar or the Program Guide for more information.
Share Your Expertise
Lend your skills, whether professional,
technical, organizational or interpersonal, and help make a difference in our
community. We thrive on the contributions of our members who help us ensure the delivery of the best possible
programs and services. We invite you to give your time and talents and be part
of a committee or a task force or be
available on an on-call basis. For further information, please contact Avital in the main office at 416-781-3511.
Many people in our community have skills that support or provide outreach to many of our members who require personal assistance. Our Hesed Committee and clergy are always looking for people who can help members of the congregation in their homes or when they come to the Synagogue. Please contact Avital in the main office at 416-781-3511.
Start or Join a Havurah
Looking for running buddies? Wondering how those “other moms” manage to look rested with an infant in their arm? Interested in living an inspired and more Jewishly connected lifestyle in your home, but have no idea where to start? A havurah, which comes from the Hebrew word for fellowship, is an integral part of synagogue life. Belonging to a havurah means being part of something greater than ourselves. It offers members an opportunity to get together in a small group with others of similar interests to plan programs which meet their unique needs. A havurah takes on a personality of its own, reflecting the thoughts and interests of its members.
Take Action – Help Repair the World
Beth Tzedec's Tikkun Olam/Social Action programs offer many opportunities to strengthen religious tolerance, deepen understanding and encourage cooperation in the general community. Explore the Social Action program to see how you can become an activist and help repair the world.
The 18th season of Out of the Cold resumes on Tuesday nights beginning in January and running through March 2017. Volunteer registration for a variety of shifts is now open.