Our administrative offices will be closed for the statutory holiday on Monday, January 2. All morning and evening services and special programs will continue as scheduled. Note that morning services will begin at 8:45 a.m. on Monday.
In celebration of Reb Steve being awarded a Doctor of Divinity from JTS, Beth Tzedec is pleased to host a Shabbat and Congregational Kiddush on December 3 in his honour. Our guest speaker will be Dr. Yizhar Hess, Deputy Chair of the World Zionist Organization.
The Beth Tzedec Men’s Club is pleased to sponsor the scholarship program to assist young adults pursuing programs of higher Jewish education. Applications for 2023 are now available. Submission deadline: April 30, 2023.
Cantor Ezer has prepared materials for Saturday evening's Mizmor Monthly session, available for participants in person or via our livestream. To download the materials, click the link below.
For quick information about our services and programs on Shemini Atzeret and Simhat Torah, click HERE. For more detailed information, including our festive Simẖat Torah Hafakot, Simhat Torah Bash and Simhat Torah luncheon, please click HERE.
Beth Tzedec is committed to finding meaningful ways to stay connected to, and engage with, our congregants. EVERY $2 YOU GIVE WILL RESULT IN $3 FOR BETH TZEDEC! Please give generously to ensure we have the financial resources to pursue new and creative initiatives. To make a contribute, click here>>
If you are following our Holy Day services via our livestreams, you may want to download the Yizkor Memorial Book for our Shemini Atzeret Services (October 17). You can download it from the link below.
To participate online, please click to https://www.bethtzedec.tv. In the event of any issue with livestream channel, we have created an alternate site for streaming access.
Please note that our offices will be closed for Sukkot—Monday, October 10 and Tuesday, October 11. We will not be accessing phone or email messages until Wednesday morning.
All tickets were mailed for members who registered or renewed before September 16. If you do not have your tickets yet, click HERE for instructions to ensure access to the shul is seamless.
Thursday, September 22: Our internet is currently down and we down and we do not have access to emails. We apologize for any inconvenience and will update you as our systems come back online.
We have completed the 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 16. Renew today to avoid the last-minute rush and to have your tickets mailed to your home.
Trying to prepare for the HHD’s at Beth Tzedec? Click HERE for our detailed HHD Guide. Do you have questions about our HHD services? Refer to our updated FAQs to stay updated and informed. Not sure what time services start? Click HERE for our detailed HHD schedule.
Beth Tzedec is a vibrant, engaging and BUSY community! Keep up-to-date with the events, programs and news by signing up for our weekly enewsletter. To add your name to the list, email Terri at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Beth Tzedec Congregation has been featured in the Canadian Jewish News. To access the article discussing our newly introduced Generations Membership opportunity, click here.