Blake Teichman shares his thoughts on the past, present and future for the Congregation.
Rabbi Baruch Frydman-Kohl: There are eight qualities of leadership we find in the Bible.
Daylight Saving Time ends overnight Saturday. Remember to turn your clocks back one hour for Sunday morning.
This Shabbat marks The Shabbat Project across Toronto and around the world. As a participating synagogue, Beth Tzedec wants to help our community make this Shabbat in particular a unique and special one.
Rav Baruch Frydman-Kohl: If Rosh Hashanah is about awareness of God, a proclamation of divine sovereignty and transcendence, then Yom Kippur is about getting close to God.
Our office is open extended hours to assist you with renewing your membership and picking up your High Holy Day ticket packages.
You can now view and pay your Beth Tzedec membership account online (full payments only)!
Registration for the Congregational School is open. JK/SK through Grade 7 classes are on Sunday mornings, with a mid-week one-hour Hebrew tutorial for Grades 3-7. For information, contact Jo Swartz at 416-781-3514 ext. 230.
Membership at Beth Tzedec Congregation makes an important statement of connection and commitment to the greater Jewish community, in Toronto, Israel and around the world. For more information on Membership, click here.
In these challenging times, we can help Israel. Former Senator Jerry Grafstein has worked with CIJA and JNF to organize a solidarity gathering for Wednesday, July 30 in Jerusalem. Share this with Canadians living in Israel and anyone who might be visiting.
Beth Tzedec Congregation has been featured in the Canadian Jewish News. To read the article discussing the Congregation rejoining the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism before it comes out in print next week, click here.
At the June meeting, the Board of Governors unanimously voted to re-affiliate with the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism. Rav Baruch Frydman-Kohl shares his thoughts on this partnership.
Rav Baruch Frydman-Kohl examines: "Where are we on our path and where might we go?"
As we pray and hope for a resolution to the current conflict,
Rabbi Frydman-Kohl urges us to show our solidarity with the people of Israel by
attending the Rally for the People of Israel here at Beth Tzedec on Wednesday,
July 16 at 7:30 pm.
Show the innocent civilians of Israel and the global community that you stand side-by-side with Israel and show your respect for the principled stand our Canadian government continues to demonstrate on Israel's behalf. Join our community at the Rally for the People of Israel, Wednesday July 16th at 7:30 pm.