Please note that yahrtzeit notices will continue to be sent out via ShulCloud, our new member database system. Members should always check our website calendar to confirm service times.
With the introduction of Beth Tzedec's new database, ShulCloud, each member should have received an email giving them access to their personal ShulCloud account. If your link has expired, or if you are having difficulty logging on, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. For a guide to using ShulCloud, click here>>
You can find our weekday services on Zoom or broadcast on Friday evenings and Saturday mornings livestreamed to the "Daily Services" page. To link to the Daily Services page and the video player, click here>>
Updated! Take the work out of your Shabbat preparations by ordering a delicious Friday night dinner from Apex Kosher Catering. Order deadline: Wednesday, August 5 at 4:00 p.m.
We affirm and support the Toronto Board of Rabbis' Statement Concerning Racism. "We call upon all people of faith and good conscious to deepen our commitment to these ideals and work together to eliminate systemic racism and advocate for a more just and peaceful society."
President Debbie Rothstein shared her address from the May 26 Annual Meeting of the Congregation.
Rabbi Fryer Bodzin prepared a brief video explaining how to light candles over the next few days.
Please note that the Zoom link for tonight's Minhah/Ma'ariv service has changed. You can join us here: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87693340536. We will return to our regular Zoom link for weekday evening services tomorrow.
By now, all Beth Tzedec members should have received, either via email
or Canada Post, a notice with registration information for the online Annual Meeting
of the Congregation, taking place on Tuesday, May 26, 2020.
As we begin the process of broadcasting services, you may be thinking about the best ways to create a meaningful service experience for yourself and your family. Please take the time to review these recommended browsers and operating systems for optimum performance. To view these requirements, click here>>
Apex Kosher Catering has prepared a delicious four-course Shavuot menu for your holiday celebrations. Deadline for ordering is Monday, May 25, and pick-up is on Thursday from either Beth Tzedec or Beth Emeth. Bon appetit! To view the menu, click here>>
Are you having difficulty caring for your elderly parents while maintaining a safe physical distance? Beth Tzedec member Anne Max, MSW, RSW, has kindly volunteered to be a resource for members of our community who need help assisting their parents during this pandemic.
As part of our Annual Kerzner Lecture, we welcome back Professor Stephen Berk as he joins us virtually to discuss "Catastophic Plagues and the Jews".
In addition to their pareve Shavuot menu, this week, Apex has also prepared a traditional, four-course Shabbat herbed chicken menu with vegetarian, fish and a la carte options also available. Order deadline is Monday, May 25 with pick-up form either Beth Tzedec or Beth Emeth. To view the menu, click here>>
Join us this Sunday, April 5 at 12:00 noon as Masorti/Conservative communities convene for a Global Gathering for Healing. Featuring clergy and musicians from Israel, England, Brazil and the US, come together to find hope and inspiration as we prepare for a Passover different from any we’ve experienced before.