Thank you to all those who completed our High Holy Day survey, which closed on November 6. Your assistance helps us in planning for future High Holy Day services and programs. If you have questions about the survey, contact Daniel Silverman.
Call all kids 7 years and older. Would you like to sing on the bimah and at concerts with Cantor Sidney Ezer this year? Then the Beth Tzedec Youth Choir is for you. Led by Sara Schabas, the youth choir promises to be educational, fun and inclusive. For information, contact Cantor Ezer at 416-781-3514 ext. 296.
Order your quality Israeli lulav and etrog for Sukkot, which is on Thursday, October 5 and Friday, October 6. Only $45 per set. Order deadline is Monday, October 2. Call the Synagogue office at 416-781-3511 to place your order or print the attached form.
Cantor Moshe and Meir took time from their busy rehearsal schedule to record pieces they are planning for our High Holy Days. We've uploaded them to the Beth Tzedec YouTube channel. To access the library, click here>>
Our High Holy Day services, programs and activities are have been confirmed, and as in past years, we having something for every member of your family! Our High Holy Day Guide, which is included in your High Holy Day ticket packages is now available for download.
This morning at Beth Tzedec's Shaẖarit service, we said a prayer for those who have been impacted by Hurricane Harvey.
Rabbi Baruch Frydman-Kohl was featured on CBC Radio's "Metro Morning" with Matt Galloway speaking about the recent violent events in Charlottesville, Virginia, and calling on leaders to stand against white supremacy. To listen to the radio interview, click here>>
With less than a month until Rosh Hashanah, the anticipate for the return of Cantor Moshe Fishel and Meir Briskman grows. This time, Moshe and Meir share a stirring rendition of Haben Yakir Li. It is now avaible to be viewed on Beth Tzedec's YouTube channel—click here>>
Students in Grades 9 to 12—Volunteers are needed for many of our programs. If you are looking to fulfil community service requirements or would like to gain valuable experience working on family-oriented programs, contact Jessie Greenspan at 416-781-3514 ext. 246.
On this solemn and yet ultimately hopeful occasion—Monday night, July 31—we gather under dim lighting and low seating like mourners. Ma’ariv and the chanting of Eikhah, the Book of Lamentations, create a mood of reflection and sadness.
We are in the process of upgrading and renovating outdoor and indoor spaces at Beth Tzedec. Work is currently underway on the parking lot and the administrative spaces.
The upper and lower parking lot resurfacing project has been completed, and the both lots are again open. Access to the Synagogue has been moved back to the parking lot entrance in the lower lot, at the security booth.
Please note that Beth Tzedec is experiencing intermittent outages with several of our phone lines. You can reach us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We apologize for any inconvenience and will provide updates as they become available.
With great pride, Beth Tzedec is pleased to thank Mary Ellen Herman for a commitment to the Congregation that will see the main floor banquet hall named the Michael and Mary Ellen Herman Banquet Hall.
Following our Annual General Meeting, the Board of Governors elected its new Executive for 2017-2018 ...