Our Administrative Offices will be closed this Monday, February 19 for the Family Day holiday. Our staff will return phone and email messages when our offices reopen on Tuesday at 9:00 a.m.
Why? Because we want to invest in our relationship with YOU. We care about you and your connection to our community. Contact Klara at 416-781-3514 ext. 220 with questions or click here to conﬁrm your no-fee membership now.
We have starting printing our High Holy Days tickets and have begun mailing to those who have renewed or have become new members. Our final ticket mailing is on September 1. Renew today to avoid the last-minute rush and to have your tickets mailed to your home. To renew or become a member, contact Klara Romm at 416-781-3514 ext 220.
Our administrative offices will be closed on Monday, August 7 for the Civic Holiday and will reopen on Tuesday at 9:00 a.m. Services on Monday will be at 8:45 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. Staff will reply to voicemails and emails upon their return on Tuesday.
Membership at Beth Tzedec makes an important statement of connection and commitment to the greater Jewish community in Toronto and around the world. Renew your membership or inquire about becoming a Beth Tzedec member today! Contact Klara Romm at 416-781-3514 ext 220.
Beth Tzedec stands in support with the Global Masorti/Conservative Movement's response to the Israeli government's changes to the Constitution. The Global Masorti/Conservative representatives in the Zionist movement are appalled by Netanyahu's capitulation to extremists and the passage of anti-democratic legislation.
We are aware of fraudulent text messages appearing to come from Rabbi Wernick. The message asks people to purchase gift cards on Reb Steve's behalf. We remind you that no one from Beth Tzedec will ask you to purchase gift cards over email or text message. If you are unsure whether a message is genuine, call the synagogue to confirm.
We are delighted to announce that Cantor Audrey Klein has started this week in her role as Beth Tzedec’s Director of Family and Young Adult Engagement.
We are very glad to announce that David
Shapero started this week in his new role as Cemetery General Manager.
Beth Tzedec Memorial Park requires seasonal landscapers and outside grounds workers for the summer to help maintain our Congregational cemetery. This is a great job opportunity for students. Hourly pay $19 per hour. For more information, email email@example.com.
Rabbi Fryer Bodzin was a guest on the recent CJN Podcast episode of Bonjour Hai, discussing the importance of rabbis and the need for trained rabbis in today's world. To listen to the podcast, click here>>
Following the Annual Meeting on Tuesday, May 23, the Board of Directors elected the new Executive Committee for 2023-2024:President — Patti RotmanChair — Don SmithVice-President — Brian SegalTreasurer — Jamie GolombekSecretary — Bruce ElmanChair of Ritual — Aaron WinePast President — Debbie Rothstein
All Beth Tzedec members should have received a notice for the Annual Meeting of the Congregation, taking place at 7:30 p.m. tonight (May 23). If you are a member in good standing and did not receive the information or wish to view the 2022 Annual Meeting minutes, please contact Evon Kassabian.
By now, all Beth Tzedec members should have received, either via email or Canada Post, a notice for the Annual Meeting of the Congregation, taking place on Tuesday, May 23, 2022 at 7:30 p.m. If you did not receive the information, please contact Evon Kassabian.
Sunday, April 23, Reb Steve will participate in a celebratory reading of Israel’s Declaration of Independence at the Egalitarian Kotel. This event brings together Jews from all denominations and backgrounds to celebrate the Declaration as one of the preeminent Jewish documents. Register via https://www.the-megillah.com.