"It is so hard to believe that the end is near. We wanted to be able to say goodbye to all of Beth Tzedec and thank you for an incredible year," write Inbar and Alon as they prepare to leave Beth Tzedec and return to Israel.
"Four years ago, when I became chair of Beth Tzedec’s Board of Governors, there were so many things I hoped to accomplish, in partnership with then incoming President Norman Kahn and the support of our new Executive and Board," writes Carolyn Kolers in the most recent President's Message.
The Beth Tzedec Annual Meeting will take place on
Thursday, May 30 at 7:30pm. Members can download the full AGM package
Classes start Sunday, September 8, 2013. Parents wishing to register their children for the Congregational School should download and complete the registration form and return it to the Synagogue office.
The Notice to Members dated April 22 advised that nominations for additional candidates to the Board of Governors must be presented to the Executive Director by May 2, 2013. Please note that this is a Thursday, not a Sunday.
Beth Tzedec Congregation, The Centre for Jewish Studies at the University of
Toronto, Holy Blossom Temple, and Toronto's
greater Jewish community are anticipating another tremendous gathering on the
evening Thursday, April 11, at 7:30 pm.
Join those in our community who have had the privilege of making this special live connection to Israel, a once in a lifetime gift for your entire family.
Daniel Silverman reports that Beth Tzedec and Robbins Hebrew Academy have selected two accomplished and talented young adults to serve as our shinshinim (young emissaries) for 2013-2014: Maya Schwartz and Barak Tal.
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and the site is always up-to-the-minute accurate for information on services,
programs, events and classes.
"Beth Tzedec's new siddurim are long overdue and an important component of our efforts to deepen and renew our experience of prayer", explains Rabbi Frydman-Kohl in his article from this month's Bulletin.
"Things are as busy as ever at Beth Tzedec", writes Carolyn Kolers in the most recent President's message.
Aily Leibtag shares how colunteering with Out of the Cold offers a remarkable experience for families.
"Our tradition brings tremendous wisdom beyond strictly ritual matters," writes Rav Adam.
This year, the Anne and Max Tanenbaum Fellow will be Dr. Naomi Dar, training at Beth Tzedec from March 8 to March 23.