Rabbi Baruch Frydman-Kohl explores the interconnections between food, words and music and how each is reflected in our identity and on our tradition.
H̱avurat HaSefer is cancelled so that participants can join the community memorial ceremony at Shaarei Shomayim Congregation for the victims of the Paris terrorist attacks. To register, click here.
Rabbi Baruch Frydman-Kohl shares his thoughts on the recent terrorist incidents in France.
Due to overwhelming demand, we are happy to announce that we are offering a Monday morning session of our popular Mishpacha: Toddlers, Tunes and Treats program with Tobie Seligman. This program is for children ages 1 to 3 with a parent, grandparent or caregiver.
Are you a budding graphic artist? Do you have a talent for creating and designing? The Federation of Jewish Men’s Clubs (FJMC) is looking for design submissions for their 2015 Yellow Candle campaign.
Singers of all ages and musical backgrounds: Join Cantor Spiro in our newest choir and have fun singing great tunes from a variety of musical styles, culminating in a 2016 performance with a professional band. Contact Marlene Laba at 416-781-3514 ext. 234.
The terrorist attack on a Jerusalem synagogue struck at the core of Jewish community and identity. The clergy and leadership of Beth Tzedec Congregation encourage everyone to attend Services this Shabbat to reaffirm the sanctity of our synagogues and stand shoulder to shoulder with Israelis.
With the record-breaking cold weather this year, the Out of the Cold program has an urgent need for men's and women's winter boots and coats.
Rabbi Baruch Frydman-Kohl takes the opportunity to study and reflect on what we—as Conservative Jews—uniquely do.
Blake Teichman shares his thoughts on the privilege of leading this dynamic institution.
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.