Beth Tzedec has an article featured in today's National Post. Please see below for the link to "Beth Tzedec: Bringing Judaism to Life in the Heart of Toronto".
Babysitting will be available from 9:30 a.m. on both days of Rosh Hashanah, from 6:15 p.m. on Kol Nidrei, and from 10:00 a.m. on Yom Kippur. A Babysitting Reservation Form should be completed in advance and submitted to the Synagogue office.
Pick up your pre-ordered lulav and etrog at Beth Tzedec on Friday, October 11 betweeen 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. or Sunday, October 13 between 9:30 a.m. and 12:00 noon.
Kabbalat Shabbat services this evening—Friday, August 17—will held indoors in the Hendeles Chapel due to the threat of rain and thunderstorms this evening.
We are currently experiencing issues with phone calls originating on Bell network lines. If your phone or cell provider is Bell, your call may not connect to our phones. This issue is being investigated and will corrected soon.
On Wednesday evening, June 6, the Board of Directors met and elected the new Executive, comprised of the following individuals:Dr. Sheldon Rotman – PresidentDebbie Rothstein – Chair of the BoardLawrence Wallach – Vice-PresidentCecile Zaifman – TreasurerOscar Zimmerman – SecretaryGary Elman – Chair of Ritual
The Annual General meeting of the Congregation will be held on Tuesday, May 29 at 7:30 p.m. The official notice of the AGM was mailed today and the information is now available online. You may access a copy of the packet by clicking the link below.
Senior Rabbi candidate Rabbi Steven Wernick visited Beth Tzedec from May 10-13. As a crucial part of the Senior Rabbi Search Committee's process, we invite you to share your thoughts about your experience.
I am delighted to provide you with proposed new by-laws to govern Beth Tzedec’s operations moving forward. This past year, Brian Segal, our member and a lawyer with experience in drafting by-laws in the not-for-profit sector, established a By-laws subcommittee of the Executive Committee.
Rabbi Frydman-Kohl's call for #TorontoStrong interfaith vigil was answered by community, political and interfaith members, and over 25,000 attended the gathering at the site of last week's attack. Rav Baruch's comments are below. For media coverage, see here National Post coverage>> and CTV News coverage>>
Cantorial candidate Cantor Adam Stotland visited Beth Tzedec from April 19-21. As a crucial part of the Cantorial Search Committee's process, we invite you to share your thoughts about the programs and services that Cantor Stotland facilitated at Beth Tzedec.
Tuesday, April 17 at 7:00 pm—An exclusive webinar on "Israel at 70: Bridging Divides". Activists and experts in Israel and North America report evidence of a growing divide between the world's two most important Jewish communities. Chancellor Eisen will discuss the pressing issue against the background of modern Jewish history and thought.
Members of Beth Tzedec Congregation are invited to a Town Hall meeting to review the proposed governance changes to the bylaws of Beth Tzedec’s constitution and raise any concerns before the bylaws are submitted for consideration at the AGM in late May. Brian Segal, the chair of the By-Laws Committee, will chair the meeting
April 4, 2:41 p.m.--Due to the weather, the power is out at Beth Tzedec, and we have no email access and very limited phone access. Services this evening will continue as scheduled, at 7:00 pm. We will update this message as information comes in.
Applause Catering provides catering and food & beverage services for all events held at Beth Tzedec. For information about their menu options, click here or contact them directly at 416-628-9198.