Let Apex Kosher Catering handle Shabbat cooking. The menus are changed each week and offer vegetarian options, additional menu items and include desserts. Pick-up is available each Friday afternoon from Beth Tzedec or from Beth Emeth. Order deadlines are Wednesdays for Friday pick-up. Click below for next week's menu.
The Beth Tzedec Men’s Club is pleased to sponsor the scholarship program to assist young adults pursuing programs of higher Jewish education. Applications for 2024 are now available. Submission deadline: April 15, 2024.
As the situation in Israel continues to unfold, we invite you to stay informed and connected with us in prayer and community. Click the link below for opportunities to join us or our Shul and community partners to connect with friends and clergy. We will add programs to the resource page and website; check back frequently.
November 2023—As we try to process the unthinkable tragedy that is unfolding in Israel, we also recognize how vital it is to review and continuously adjust our security protocols to optimize your safety when you visit the shul. This is undoubtedly a very fluid situation, ...
We’ve all been watching the horror unfolding in Israel following Hamas’ unconscionable terror attack. Our hearts are broken as we stand in solidarity with Israel. We invite you to stay informed and connected with us in prayer and community. We will add programs to the resource page and website; check back frequently.
Reb Steve partnered with Dr. Ron Wolfson, the man behind “Relational Judaism” to co-author this terrific article in the Jewish Journal about our Generations Membership program. To read the article, click the link below.
To help us assess these High Holy Days and to better plan for the future, we are requesting your feedback on an important survey which follows below; in particular, what YOU believe we did well and should continue doing, but even more importantly, what YOU believe we can improve upon to serve you better. Deadlline: Wednesday, October 11.
Beth Tzedec is pleased to announce a new home for the Cecil Roth Judaica collection—one of the most significant collections of its kind. This extensive collection of Jewish historical objects curated by historian Dr. Cecil Roth has been acquired by the Royal Ontario Museum ...
Beth Tzedec is committed to the continuation of morning and evening Zoom minyanim for our members and the community. To provide you with the most welcoming and secure online experience, we are making changes to our Zoom protocols. To view the protocols, click the link below.
The fall edition of the Beth Tzedec Bulletin, including our High Holy Day information, is available for download. Click below to access the Bulletin link.
Trying to prepare for the HHD’s at Beth Tzedec? Click HERE for our detailed HHD Guide. Do you have questions about our HHD services? Refer to our updated FAQs to stay updated and informed. Not sure what time services start? Click HERE for our detailed HHD schedule.
Our Administrative Offices will be closed this Monday, October 9 for the Thanksgiving Day holiday. Our staff will return phone and email messages when our offices reopen on Tuesday at 9:00 a.m.
Why? Because we want to invest in our relationship with YOU. We care about you and your connection to our community. Contact Klara at 416-781-3514 ext. 220 with questions or click here to conﬁrm your no-fee membership now.
We have starting printing our High Holy Days tickets and have begun mailing to those who have renewed or have become new members. Our final ticket mailing is on September 1. Renew today to avoid the last-minute rush and to have your tickets mailed to your home. To renew or become a member, contact Klara Romm at 416-781-3514 ext 220.
Our administrative offices will be closed on Monday, August 7 for the Civic Holiday and will reopen on Tuesday at 9:00 a.m. Services on Monday will be at 8:45 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. Staff will reply to voicemails and emails upon their return on Tuesday.