Beth Tzedec is hiring three university students for the summer as an Engagement Intern, Museum Intern and Hesed/ Social Action Intern.
Though the main lobby area is under renovation, access to public areas throughout the synagogue remains open, including the ramps, washrooms and elevator. For up-to-date information on accessibility, call 416-781-3511.
On Tuesday evening, June 7, the Board of Governors met and elected the
Please submit your
information for inclusion in the annual Yizkor Memorial Booklet,
at a cost of $18 per memorialized name per household. Download the submission form or contact Florence Bendelac at 416-781-3514 ext. 213. The deadline for submissions is June 30.
ECRUSY and Beth Tzedec seek a Regional Youth Director and Teen Engagement Coordinator. This full-time position combines responsibility for leading programs across the Eastern Canada Region with the role of Teen Engagement Coordinator at Beth
To the Members of Beth Tzedec Congregation: It is my pleasure to advise the membership that the election results are now final. The following are the names of the successful candidates who have been elected to Beth Tzedec Congregation's Board of Governors for a two-year term:
May 20—We had an excellent response to the strategic planning survey, receiving 979 surveys from approximately 2,500 Beth Tzedec member families, including input from former members and children of members ...
The latest edition of the Beth Tzedec Bulletin is available for download, and it has now been mailed to member homes.
Sunday, May 29 beginning at 8:00 a.m., drop by our 'Beth Tzedec booth' to say hello, fuel up with coffee and donuts, pick up some great swag, and maybe even join us on the UJA's Walk. Look for our banner at Coronation Park.
Beth Tzedec is committed to the inclusion of individuals with disabilities. You can download and read the Inclusion Report Task Force Action Plan.
The official notice of the AGM was mailed today and the information is now available online. You may access a copy of the packet, including voting information, at the office or by clicking the link below.
May 5—Beth Tzedec is fortunate to have many accomplished and insightful people serving on the Strategic Planning Committee.
Rabbi Baruch Frydman-Kohl posted an article to the Shalom Hartman Institute's website, reflecting on the four cups of wine consumed during the seder, and suggesting that a fifth cup be added.
The Committee on Jewish Law and Standards (CJLS) of the Rabbinical Assembly recently released some decisions regarding the consumption of kitniyot on Pesaẖ. These decisions have already generated significant press, and have led to many questions within our community.
On February 4 at Shaarei Shomayim, Rabbi Baruch Frydman-Kohl participated in an important panel discussion with community and spiritual leaders as well as medical experts in the areas of adolescent, adult and geriatric psychiatry.