Monday, July 7 at 7:30 p.m. at Shaarei Shomayim, the Jewish community will gather in a show of unity and tribute to remember Naftali Frankel, Gilad Shaar and Eyal Yifrachz"l, the three Israeli teenagers who were abducted and murdered by terrorists. For information, call 416-631-5700.
This morning's Watermelon Wednesdays program (for younger children and their parents) will be held in Room 200 at Beth Tzedec Congregation from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon.
Following Tuesday's Annual General Meeting, the Board of Governors met and elected the Executive Committee for 2015/2016.
"In January, I was privileged to help select next year's Shinshinim in Israel," writes Carolyn Kolers.
"We have a responsibility to share the experience of our own story, remaining loyal to the narrative of our people and celebrating our accomplishments," writes Rav Baruch Frydman-Kohl.
We need your input! Please take our Israel Engagement Survey to help us
broaden and deepen Israel's role in our synagogue programming.
We are seeding new ẖavurot (learning circles) that meet monthly to discuss contemporary Jewish issues and books. If you are interested in joining or creating a ẖavurah, contact Rav Adam Cutler at 416-781-3514 ext. 219.
Follow Rav Baruch Frydman-Kohl's daily travel blog as he journeys through Israel on the Path of Abraham tour.
Are you, or do you know a young adult member of Beth Tzedec studying or working outside of Toronto? We would like to reach out and send them a Purim holiday package. Send a 'snail-mail' address to Sheri Federman at 416-781-3514 ext. 220 by Monday, February 23.
The Robbie Burns Night scheduled for this Saturday, January 25 has been postponed. Stay tuned for details on a rescheduled date. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Download the latest BT calendar PDF here.
The recent weather woes took toll on our ability to deliver the Beth Tzedec Bulletin. The Bulletin has now been mailed. If you have not yet received your copy, please contact the Synagogue office at 416-781-3511. An electronic version can also be downloaded from this website.
Join us on Wednesday, Dec. 25 beginning at 10:30am for three hours of activities and programs for children of all ages. Lunch available at an extra cost.
"On a micro-level, each of us is challenged to intensify Jewish living and learning and to have the faith that others might also find meaning and fulfillment in what we love," writes Rabbi Frydman-Kohl.
Rabbi Cutler notes the beneficiaries of proceeds from the From the Heart Gala are "two organizations which are focused on righteousness and the cause of justice: Shaare Zedek literally the Gates of Justice, and Beth Tzedec, the House of Justice."