Join Young Professionals @Beth Tzedec for an evening of wine and cheese and a presentation by Dr. Ilan Danjoux, former Visiting Professor of Israel Studies at the University of Calgary, on Political Cartoons and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict (from his book of the same name).
A series of four presentations by accomplished Beth Tzedec members, continuing Wednesday, November 20 at 7:30 p.m. with book review of Baseball as a Road to God: Seeing Beyond the Game with co-author Peter Schwartz.
Join our new adult Bat/Bar Mitzvah program, ASK: Adult Skills and Knowledge, a weekly two-year program that focuses on skills and knowledge development culminating in a certificate of completion and being called to the Torah.
Join us for our Good Old Fashioned Family Shabbat Dinner. Welcome Shabbat with songs and stories, followed by a delicious dinner. Experience and share different family Shabbat customs. Reserve by Tuesday, October 22.
From Friday, October 18 to Monday, October 21, we welcome visiting scholar Danny Siegel who gives a series of presentations on the theme Tzedakah and Jewish Values. International personality Danny Siegel is a well-known author, lecturer and poet.
season of Out of the Cold resumes on Tuesday nights from January 6 through
March 24. Volunteer registration is now for a variety of shifts.
Avishai Margalit, Professor Emeritus, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, is one of the foremost thinkers and commentators on the contemporary human condition, the moral issues of our time and current problems facing Western societies. Join us for three lectures, from Monday, October 7 to Wednesday, October 9.
Support Shaare Zedek Medical Center and our Congregation at an extraordinary evening with keynote speaker Gideon Raff, Executive Producer of the Emmy Award winning television show Homeland, and the presentation of the Kurt and Edith Rothschild Humanitarian Award to the Hon. Irwin Cotler.
The BT Congregational School has been awarded funding from the Toronto WOW! Project for the launch of three exciting programs for this year. All members of the community are welcome to enroll for these high-quality, meaningful, fun and innovative programs
There is still much to be done to help those affected by Hurricane Sandy, and BTTeens will be travelling to New Jersey to volunteer with local agencies involved in leading relief and recovery work. With only 30 spots available, sign up before we sell out!
Our Mishpacha--Toddler, Tunes and Treats program (for children ages
1 to 3 with an adult) is open for registration
for the Winter session. Classes are on Wednesday and Friday mornings, led by Tobie Seligman. Contact Jo Swartz for information at 416-781-3514 ext. 230.
of Tomorrow (for kids in Grades 1 to 6), is back in
business for the 2013-14 year. Led by Cantor Spiro, the choir gives
participants the opportunity to sing in the Sanctuary and
perform at concerts. For more information or to sign up, contact Marlene Laba at 416-781-3514 ext. 234.
Download your Guide to Seliẖot, Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Sukkot, Shemini Atzeret and Simẖat Torah at Beth Tzedec. Includes a description of services, celebrations, interactive learning sessions and important tips and notices about our facilities and services.
Join us for one or more of our new Hot Topics! interactive learning sessions. The discussions are led by dynamic professionals who share their expertise on compelling issues related to High Holy Day themes, Israel and Jewish current events.
Join us for our annual Simhat
Torah Luncheon on Friday, September 27 in honour of our Kallat Torah, Ruth Warner Hyman, and our Hattan Bereisheet, Paul Rothstein. Cost: $36.00 adults;
$18.00 youth (4 to 14); children (under 4) free. For reservations, call