February 11, 2016—Out of view of members and guests, demolition is now well under way. Passing the south side of the building, you may have noticed an opening on the second floor wall.
With winter weather upon us, the Beth Tzedec/ Beth Sholom Out of the Cold program has an urgent need for women and men's winter boots and down-filled jackets.
On Tuesday, November 2 at 7:30 p.m., join us for the launch of The History of Beth Tzedec Congregation, the beautiful, photo-filled book exploring the Congregation's rich history.
On July 15, two of the great human rights activists of our time, Natan Sharansky and the Hon. Irwin Cotler, opened a community conversation on Human Rights and Jewish Life. This historic event was recorded and can be streamed here.
Are you looking to connect with singles ages 60 and over for friendship, networking and socializing? Join us and help plan events where we can laugh, learn and have fun together in a positive and supportive environment.
The 17th season of Out of the Cold resumes on Tuesday nights beginning in January and running through March 2016. Volunteer registration opens on November 8 for a variety of shifts.
Today, Monday, October 26, is the last chance to RSVP for the 60th Anniversary Gala Celebration. Only a few seats remain—call by 3:00 p.m. today to reserve!
Due to sudden illness, Rabbi Donniel Hartman has had to cancel his participation in our Futureshock: Jewish Life in an Age of Change presentations. In his place, the esteemed Dr. Yehuda Kurtzer will join us for this exciting weekend series.
In his current Bulletin article, Blake Teichman shares some plans about the Sanctuary renovation project and seeks your input.
This year, as we mark our 60th anniversary, we introduce Mahzor Lev Shalem, a refreshingly new prayer book for the High Holy Days. Rabbi Baruch Frydman-Kohl shares his thoughts.
In light of the current crisis, Beth Tzedec has committed to sponsoring a Syrian refugee family of four. We need your help to move forward.
This musical group sings with Cantor Simon Spiro and the Beth Tzedec Singers at holiday services and performs in concerts at Beth Tzedec and in the community.
The Beth Tzedec sukkah is available free of charge for community members who would like to enjoy a home-cooked meal outdoors under the stars. The sukkah must be booked in advance. Contact Florence Bendelac at 416-781-3514 ext. 213 to inquire about availability.
Beth Tzedec will introduce a new, updated mahzor for this year's High Holy Days. Lev Shalem will replace the Silverman High Holy Day prayer book.
The Games Afternoon program has been cancelled on Thursday, September 24. It will resume on October 1.