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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.
To better accommodate our members during Pesah, we have made revisions to the service schedule for the next two weeks. We
would also like to invite you to a special online Yizkor Service led by
Rabbi Wernick and Cantor Ezer on Tuesday, April 14 at 9:30 a.m., the
eve of the last days
To help our community deal with the financial fallout of the pandemic, Jewish Free Loan Toronto has created a new emergency Covid-19 loan.
To protect the health and well-being of our entire community, Beth Tzedec Memorial Park has implemented new protocols, effective April 26, 2020.
If you or someone you know is in need of conversation or support, our team is here for you on the phone or online. Please reach out. If you would like to volunteer to call members of our community who would benefit from such outreach, contact Rosalie Hartenberg Watson and we will help put you in touch with someone.
We will be hosting daily services via Zoom at the regularly scheduled times, with the exception of Friday Minhah, which will be hosted at 4:00 p.m. Since our minyan is virtual, we will not be reciting those prayers that typically require 10 people with the exception of the Mourner's Kaddish.
We are suspending all in-person programs and events. This means that some of our programs will be postponed while others will be available online. We're working on updating our website calendar with online programs, so please check back regularly.We appreciate your patience as we all figure this out together.
Learn about the special considerations we're taking this year so that our entire community can celebrate Passover in health and safety.
It's that time of year again! Time to start thinking about how you'll fit dozens of guests and loved ones into your home for Pesah.To book space for your own
catered Pesah seder at Beth Tzedec, contact Florence Bendelac at
416-781-3514, ext. 213.
An email scam has been targeting synagogues across North America. These emails appear to come from rabbis or lay leaders and often include a request that recipients purchase gift cards. No one from Beth Tzedec will ask you to purchase gift cards over email. If you are unsure whether an email is genuine, please call the synagogue office to confirm.