News Archive

Office Hours for Sukkot
Sep 23rd 2022
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.
High Holy Day Tickets Update
Sep 22nd 2022
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.
Our Internet is Down
Sep 13th 2022
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.
High Holy Day Tickets are In the Mail!
Sep 6th 2022
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. 
High Holy Days @ BT: Everything You Need to Know
Sep 2nd 2022
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.
Sign Up for Our Weekly eNewsletters!
Aug 22nd 2022
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 thumphries@beth-tzedec.org.
Beth Tzedec Featured in the CJN
Aug 16th 2022
Beth Tzedec Congregation has been featured in the Canadian Jewish News. To access the article discussing our newly introduced Generations Membership opportunity, click here.
Beth Tzedec Office Hours
Aug 12th 2022
Our administrative offices are open:Mondays to Thursdays from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.Fridays from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.Please note that our offices are closed on Shabbat, Sundays and all Jewish and statutory holidays.
High Holy Days are Here! Did You Renew Your Membership?
Jul 27th 2022
Whether you attend services in person or online, it's time to renew! With your support, you are part of making Beth Tzedec the leading synagogue in the GTA, Canada and around the world. Email Klara or call 416-781-3514 ext. 220 by Friday, Sept 23 at noon. Our office will re-open Sunday, Sept 23 from 9:00 am to 12:00 noon.
Making a Minyan
Jul 27th 2022
We need your help to make a minyan for morning and evening services. We have launched a new reservation system daveners can use to get a better idea which services require additional attendance to form a minyan. Click HERE to register now
Making a Minyan
Jul 27th 2022
We are calling on you to help the s a minyan for services. Reb Steve shares several reasons to participate in minyan, including Gratitude, Community, Kaddish and Mitzvah. Read more
Welcome to our new Executive Director, Phil David
Jul 19th 2022
As announced last month, Phil joins us with more than 30 years of leadership experience gained in both the private and Jewish non-profit sectors, most recently as Executive Director of Adath Israel. He spent the first two decades of his career in sales and marketing at large multinationals ...
Internet Outage
Jul 8th 2022
There is a Rogers and Fido mobile and internet outage that is affecting customers nationwide. With our internet service down at Beth Tzedec, we are unable to Zoom or livestream services at the moment and many staff members are unable to access or send emails. Please check back for updates.
Board Elects New Executive Committee
May 25th 2022
On Tuesday, May 24, the Board elected the new Executive:Patti Rotman – PresidentDon Smith – Chair of the BoardAaron Wine – Vice-PresidentJamie Golombek – TreasurerBrian Segal – SecretaryMitch Max – Chair of RitualBernie Gropper – Chair of Strategic OpportunitiesDebbie Rothstein - Immediate Past President
Making a Minyan for Services
May 17th 2022
As of Tuesday, May 24, we will only constitute a minyan if there are ten Jewish adults gathered in person. We will continue to provide Zoom and livestream access but Devarim sheb’kedushah—prayers that require a minyan(Barkhu, Kaddish, Kedushah and Mourner’s Kaddish)—will only be recited in the presence of an in-person minyan.