On May 12, 2020, Beth Tzedec Congregation will be hosting the world premiere of Searching for My Voice, a one-person show written and performed by Allan Soberman. The story traces Allan's heartfelt story of
growing up in the family of Beth Tzedec's beloved Cantor Morris Sobermanz”l.
Read a statement from Rabbi
Wernick on our community response to the ongoing violence in Israel.
Gal and Alona share their
insights on living in Israel during this turbulent time.
Join three of Beth Tzedec's Spiritual Leaders at the upcoming Limmud festival of Jewish learning. Read about the topics they'll be covering on Sunday, November 10.
It’s not too late to renew your Beth Tzedec membership or to become a member for the coming year. Please contact our membership coordinator Klara Romm at 416-781-3514, ext. 220 or firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
Want to perform the important mitvah of volunteering with the Out of the Cold Homeless Shelter hosted by Beth Tzedec and Beth Shalom? Volunteer registration for the 2020 session runs from October 2 to November 12.
Learn about new catering options for your next simhat at Beth Tzedec in this message from President Debbie Rothstein.
Feeling confused about our new Centre for Well-Being? Learn about this important initiative, get a taste for the programs and projects that fall under the Centre banner and discover how you can help support Beth Tzedec's transformation into the Synagogue of the Future.
To ensure the safety and
security of all members of the Beth Tzedec community, we are looking for
volunteers to help support our Beth Tzedec security team during the High Holy
Days. If you are interested in
volunteering for this mitzvah to help serve our kehillah, please contact Executive
Director Randy Spiegel at 416-781-3514, ext. 211.
Rabbi Baruch Frydman-Kohl reflects on what it means to be in Israel for Tishah B'Av, where history and modern life collide.
Over the course of the summer, Rabbi Steven Wernick has been exploring and discussing the addition of the Imahot (Matriarchs) into Beth Tzedec's recitation of the Amidah. Learn more about the history and context the inclusion of the Imahot with this online session recorded via Zoom.
Are you or a loved one a recent post-secondary graduate? Do you have a friend, child or grandchild you'd like to brag about? We're looking for recent graduates who would like to be celebrated and recognized in the next Beth Tzedec Bulletin. To add your name to our list of recent graduates, please email Terri Humphries at email@example.com.
We'd like to extend our appreciation to the Beth Tzedec community members who have and continue to support our Refugee Resettlement Program. Our recent call for camp gear was a great success and we're excited to be able to send five children off to camp well-prepared.
Production has begun on this year's Yizkor Memorial Book. If you have not already confirmed your submission, please contact Terri Humphries or call 416-436-9960. There are few spaces remaining for memorial listings.
Get to know our new shinshinim, Gal and Alona, with this playful and informative video from Israel. If you're interested in hosting our new guests for a Shabbat lunch, please reach out to Michael Friedman.