Your heartfelt outpouring of support with messages of strength, care and compassion to the Muslim community has been unbelievable. Thank you.
Beth Tzedec stands united with the Jewish community in condemning the murders at the Centre Culturel Islamique de Quebec. Join us at the Islamic Foundation of Toronto (441 Nugget Ave., Scarborough) on Friday, February 3 at 1:00 p.m. as a sign of friendship and rejection of violence.
Our congregation and community condemn the attack last night on the Quebec City mosque, a sacred place of prayer. We are deeply shocked and grief-struck by this act of violence.
The winter has finally arrived, and the Out of the Cold program is has an urgent request for adult winter coats and jackets.
You can reserve for programs online, including Kabbalat Shabbat with Professor Stephen Berk, A Women's Evening of Wine and Friendship Honouring Josette Frydman-Kohl, the Musical Kabbalat Shabbat of Tribute and Thanks and the Notable Speakers series.
The Havurat HaSefer program with Rabbi Adam Cutler is cancelled tonight (Thursday, December 15) due to the winter storm.
When you send holiday greetings to family and friends, choose Treasures of Beth Tzedec tribute cards. Our beautiful H̱anukkah greeting card features a ẖanukkiyah from our Museum collection.
The Beth Tzedec Men’s Club is pleased to sponsor the long-standing scholarship program to assist young men and women pursuing programs of higher Jewish education. Applications for 2017 are now available. Submission deadline: April 13.
Beth Tzedec is seeking a
dedicated and experienced individual to oversee and manage the membership
activities of the Congregation and coordinate the Congregation’s development
and engagement activities.
To kick-start our new season, donations of new undergarments, winter boots, shoes or specific food products are needed. Tax receipts are available. For information, leave a message for Maureen Tanz at 416-781-3511.
Rabbi Baruch Frydman-Kohl contributed an article in the latest edition titled "Five Anniversaries of Hope", based on his Kol Nidrei sermon.
The latest edition of the Beth Tzedec Bulletin is available for download, and it has now been mailed to member homes.
Cantor Moshe Fishel and Choirmaster Meir Briskman took a few minutes out from rehearsals to give us a sneak preview of their voices and harmonies.
Yasher Koaẖ to Bill Gladstone who has been nominated for a Heritage Toronto Award for his work on The History of Beth Tzedec Congregation.
Thirty-one year old Israeli Cantor Moshe Fishel is “so excited it’s hard to sleep”, and is diligently working on preparing to lead us in prayer during this year’s High Holy Days. Joining Cantor Fishel will be a choir under the baton of fellow Israeli Meir Briskman.