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Rabbi Yossi's Sermon, March 28:  2020 -The Most Important Passover Ever. Really. 

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Rabbi Yossi's Sermon, March 21, 2020The Doctrine of Frustration: Making Hope out of Nothing at all

 

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Important Update Regarding COVID-19 and Beth Torah

Dear Friends, Congregants and Community,

A message will follow with an update regarding the status of Beth Torah Congregation.

But before we share words of hope and optimism, the most important words are โ€œlisten only to credible medical professionals, they are on the frontlines and will guide us back to good health."

For those living in tenuous times, Rabbi Nachman of Breslov wrote โ€œKol Ha'Olam Kuloโ€. The compelling lyrics set to music composed by Rabbi Baruch Chait are likely familiar to you,

ื›ืœ ื”ืขื•ืœื ื›ืœื• ื’ืฉืจ ืฆืจ ืžืื“ ื•ื”ืขืงืจ ืœื ืœืคื—ื“ ื›ืœืœ
 
Kol ha'olam kulo
Gesher tzar me'od
Veha'ikar lo lifached k'lal.

The entire world
Is just a very narrow bridge
And the main thing is not to panic at all.

The world today seems to be a very narrow, unstable bridge, but donโ€™t panic- this too shall pass. We are here for you. If there is anything we can do to make it easier, let us know. We will do our utmost to help our community get through these troubled times.

We will be further updating and communicating soon. Stay strong and make the best choices possible for yourself and everyone else.

Sincerely,
 
David Lewis    and    Rabbi Yossi Sapirman
President                    Senior Rabbi
 
 
Monday, March 16 Update
 
Beth Torah has always been a place that prioritizes the health and well-being of its' members and community. The spread of the novel coronavirus has been a concern to us all, and we have taken advice from health professionals, leadership and Executive Committee in our decision-making.
 
It is with this in mind that we wish to notify you that we will be suspending all services, education, programs and events at the shul until further notice.
 
Some things to note:
 

  • We intend to livestream our Shabbat morning services between 8:45 am and 11:00 am at www.bethtorah.ca/livestream.
  • The on-site office has closed, but the office staff have moved to working remotely. Our staff is still available to you through normal channels of communication - by phone and by email.
  • We will continue to send out our yahrtzeit notifications and weekly bulletin. Our Passover magazine will be available online.
  • For urgent issues relating to bereavement or illness, please contact 416-508-8755.   

If your needs are of a health-related issue, please contact Toronto Public Health or your health practitioner.
 
As always, we are a shul that prioritizes you. Should you need us, please connect with us. Click here for our contact information. 

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