Rabbi Baruch Frydman-Kohl explores how self-restraint, steadiness and a sense of purpose slowly help us craft and sustain our souls.
Blake Teichman shows that by lending our voice, we participate in the transformation and strengthening of the kehillot.
Beth Tzedec Congregation is seeking a Youth Director within our Youth and Family Programming department.
The third annual Golf Classic fundraiser is confirmed for Thursday, May 28 at King's Riding Golf Club. The Men's Club urgently requires promotional items to give away to the participants.
Yarin Sasson and Avishag Bergstein, our 2015-2016 Shinshinim (young Israeli emissaries) have posted a 'virtual' introduction. Take a look ...
Monday, May 4, our very own Cantor Simon Spiro will be featured in an intervies on ZoomerRadio AM740. He will be on the "Afternoon Express" with Norm Edwards at 2:20 p.m., and then will be featured on New Classical 96.3 FM on "Bill's Classical Jukebox" at 2:30 p.m.
Beth Tzedec Congregation is organizing a support group for Jewish adults who have tested positive for the BRCA genes.
Blake Teichman unveils some of the plans taking shape on the Synagogue's renovation front.
Rabbi Baruch Frydman-Kohl shares his experiences and thoughts on his recent trip to Poland and Israel.
Art Circle, the 6th annual art exhibit and sale featuring works by the program's participants, will be held at Beth Sholom.
The latest edition of the Beth Tzedec Bulletin is available for download, and it has now been mailed to member homes.
Applause Catering is now accepting orders for Passover. All orders must be placed by 12:00 noon on Wednesday, March 25, and picked up on Friday, April 3 between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m.
Beth Tzedec Congregational School was featured in the February 27 issue of the Canadian Jewish News. In the article, Daniel Silveman, Director of Education and Family Programming, discusses the innovations and new initiatives in the program.
When you send Purim greetings to family and friends, choose Treasures of Beth Tzedec tribute cards. Our beautiful Purim greeting card features a greggar from our museum collection.
Rabbi Baruch Frydman-Kohl explores the interconnections between food, words and music and how each is reflected in our identity and on our tradition.