20s and 30s

BT 20s & 30s builds community by providing social, educational and social action programming for adults aged 22 to 40.

We offer always popular monthly Shabbat dinners, Small Groups, learning opportunities with partners such as Lishma and Shoresh, nature and mindfulness retreats led by Aviva Chernick, meaningful volunteer/ẖesed opportunities and holiday parties.

Reach out to Yacov Fruchter, Director of Community Building and Spiritual Engagement at 416-781-3514 ext. 279 or yfruchter@beth-tzedec.org to learn more and to explore how you can get involved in a way that is meaningful for you. Watch for upcoming events in our weekly newsletters, social media, and listed in our calendar. 


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LGBTQ+ Mindfulness Gathering: Sukkot Edition

Oct 05 2023, 7:30PM to 9:30PM in the Sukkah - Lower Parking Lot.
NOTE: This event has already occurred.

The Pride Month community sit was so successful, so we thought, “Why wait till June to gather?” Sitting in the Sukkah offers a special kind of comfort and embrace. 

Join Aviva Chernick for this Sukkot edition of our community mindfulness gathering, in silence, in reflection, in song and … in the Sukkah. AND, there will be soup and tea to keep us warm. No previous meditation experience required. Any text shared will be translated and transliterated. Please dress warmly.

All members of the LGBTQ+ community welcome.

There is no charge, but pre-registration is here. To register, click HERE>>

Please only register if you will be attending the program. 

Event Details
For Registration:
Synagogue Office
No charge
Beth Tzedec Centre for Spiritual Well-Being
  • Sukkot and Simhat Torah 5784
  • Festivals & High Holy Days
  • Adults
  • Young Professionals