News Archive

President's Remarks from the Annual Meeting
May 28th 2020
President Debbie Rothstein shared her address from the May 26 Annual Meeting of the Congregation.
Lighting Candles Over Shavuot
May 28th 2020
Rabbi Fryer Bodzin prepared a brief video explaining how to light candles over the next few days.
Minhah/Ma'ariv for Tuesday, May 26
May 26th 2020
Please note that the Zoom link for tonight's Minhah/Ma'ariv service has changed. You can join us here: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87693340536​. We will return to our regular Zoom link for weekday evening services tomorrow.
Notice of Annual Meeting on Tuesday, May 26
May 25th 2020
By now, all Beth Tzedec members should have received, either via email or Canada Post, a notice with registration information for the online Annual Meeting of the Congregation, taking place on Tuesday, May 26, 2020.
Our Broadcasted Shavuot Services
May 24th 2020
As we begin the process of broadcasting services, you may be thinking about the best ways to create a meaningful service experience for yourself and your family. Please take the time to review these recommended browsers and operating systems for optimum performance. To view these requirements, click here>>
Apex Catering's Shavuot Menu
May 21st 2020
Apex Kosher Catering has prepared a delicious four-course Shavuot menu for your holiday celebrations. Deadline for ordering is Monday, May 25, and pick-up is on Thursday from either Beth Tzedec or Beth Emeth. Bon appetit! To view the menu, click here>>
Elder Care from a Distance
Apr 24th 2020
Are you having difficulty caring for your elderly parents while maintaining a safe physical distance? Beth Tzedec member Anne Max, MSW, RSW, has kindly volunteered to be a resource for members of our community who need help assisting their parents during this pandemic.
Professor Stephen Berk Returns to Beth Tzedec
Apr 23rd 2020
As part of our Annual Kerzner Lecture, we welcome back Professor Stephen Berk as he joins us virtually to discuss "Catastophic Plagues and the Jews".
Apex Kosher: Shabbat Shavuot Menu
Apr 12th 2020
In addition to their pareve Shavuot menu, this week, Apex has also prepared a traditional, four-course Shabbat herbed chicken menu with vegetarian, fish and a la carte options also available. Order deadline is Monday, May 25 with pick-up form either Beth Tzedec or Beth Emeth. To view the menu, click here>>
The Global Gathering For Healing
Apr 3rd 2020
Join us this Sunday, April 5 at 12:00 noon as Masorti/Conservative communities convene for a Global Gathering for Healing. Featuring clergy and musicians from Israel, England, Brazil and the US, come together to find hope and inspiration as we prepare for a Passover different from any we’ve experienced before. 
Revised Pesah Service Schedule
Apr 1st 2020
To better accommodate our members during Pesah, we have made revisions to the service schedule for the next two weeks. We would also like to invite you to a special online Yizkor Service led by Rabbi Wernick and Cantor Ezer on Tuesday, April 14 at 9:30 a.m., the eve of the last days of Pesah.
Jewish Free Loan Toronto: Covid-19 Emergency Loan
Mar 26th 2020
To help our community deal with the financial fallout of the pandemic, Jewish Free Loan Toronto has created a new emergency Covid-19 loan.
Beth Tzedec Memorial Park Pandemic Protocols
Mar 24th 2020
To protect the health and well-being of our entire community, Beth Tzedec Memorial Park has implemented new protocols, effective April 26, 2020.
Are You Feeling Isolated?
Mar 16th 2020
If you or someone you know is in need of conversation or support, our team is here for you on the phone or online. Please reach out. If you would like to volunteer to call members of our community who would benefit from such outreach, contact Rosalie Hartenberg Watson and we will help put you in touch with someone.
Join Our Virtual Minyan!
Mar 15th 2020
We will be hosting daily services via Zoom at the regularly scheduled times, with the exception of Friday Minhah, which will be hosted at 4:00 p.m. Since our minyan is virtual, we will not be reciting those prayers that typically require 10 people with the exception of the Mourner's Kaddish.