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Shabbat Shalom, Beth Torah!

Doors open at 8:30 am on Saturday for pre-davening coffee and schmooze.
Services begin at 8:45 am. 

Join us for Sunday Minyan at 9:00 am followed by breakfast. 

Rachael’s Centre

Rachael's Centre's 2019/2020 classes are starting the week of September 9th! Our text class will be studying the books of the Prophets, while our Mussar class continues to explore the various aspects and implications of Jewish ethics in a modern world.

New this year, we are offering Home Study Groups - private, chevruta, and small group options to accommodate your schedule and customize your learning experience. If you can’t attend our weekly classes, this is a great option, which you can find more information about on our website. 

Classes are offered both in person and online. As well, we accept a variety of payment options.

Rachael's Centre policies, class information, schedule, prices and registration forms can all be found here.

Selichot with Shtisel

Saturday, 21 September, 2019
8:30 PM - 11:55 PM

Make this year’s Selihot celebration extra special by joining us as we welcome the cast and creator of Shtisel, the hit Israeli television program, to Beth Tzedec for an exclusive appearance in the GTA.

Following Havdalah, we will be welcoming the stars from the hit Israeli TV program Shtisel. We will conclude the night with a musical Selihot service led by the rabbis and cantors of Beth Tzedec and Beth Torah.

Register for tickets here.

Beth Torah members who have renewed for 2019-2020 are eligible for discounted tickets! Call us for the special code: 416-782-4495 ex 27.

VIP tickets with special meet and greet are available through Beth Torah. Connect with Atarah Derrick for more information.

20/20 Judaism: A Collaborative Convention

Boston, MA
December 6-10, 2019 
A collaborative convention of USCJ and the Rabbinical Assembly

On the eve of the next decade, it is more critical than ever for USCJ, the RA and our community to come together to address the ways that our movement approaches Israel, the Jewish family, spirituality, inclusion and other topics that will shape the future of Conservative Judaism.  Join us for an inspiring Shabbaton (Friday-Sunday), a thought-provoking conference (Sunday - Tuesday) or both. ​Our own Rabbi Yossi will be presenting a special session on the legacy of our Beth Torah. More info and to register click here

Hebrews'Cool Registration 

Sign up your children, from pre-K to grade 6, for our 2019-2020 Hebrew school program. Sunday mornings and Tuesday late afternoons available.

Membership and refer-a-friend discounts apply, and non-members welcome! To register, complete the online form or print it off and submit to the office with payment.

Kiddush Sponsorship
Our enhanced kiddushes are generously sponsored by the Feldman family for 2019.

A Generous Donation to this week’s Kiddush has been provided by Yasmin & Talia Klein, and Mark & Rochelle Stenzler.

Mazel Tov

Mazel Tov to Caroline & Michael Devon, Robin Daniels, and Shauna and Robert Daniels on the upcoming wedding of their children, Rachel Devon & Joshua Daniels, taking place on Sunday September 22nd 2019.

Mazal Tov to Lindsay Everitt and Joshua Goodman on their upcoming wedding taking place on Sunday, September 22nd, 2019.

Mazel Tov to Elliott Gold & Tammi Fromstein on their son’s Bar Mitzvah, taking place on Saturday September 21st 2019.

Mazel Tov to Sharon & Brad Phillips on their son’s Bar Mitzvah, taking place on Sunday September 22nd 2019.

Mazel Tov to Aaron & Renee Cohen on their daughter’s recent Bat Mitzvah, which took place on Thursday September 19th 2019.

High Holidays

High holiday tickets have been mailed out to those who have renewed membership for 2019-2020. Still need to renew? Contact us here to renew and ensure your tickets are prepared.

We are looking for sponsors for our Children's High Holiday Pavilion and Adult and Teen Education Pavilion. If you're interested in sponsoring a high holiday program contact us here.

Want to volunteer in shul this High Holiday? Help us greet and usher! Contact Jordan Turk if you are interested.

For high holiday candle lighting and services times click here

ADRABA: Jewish High School Reimagined


ADRABA is Toronto’s only blended-learning Jewish high school offering a unique exploration of Medieval Jewish history.

ADRABA believes that continued Jewish learning is essential to the preservation of Jewish culture and community.

The Part-Time Program for teens begins September 16. For more information click here.

Caring Organizer

Support your friends and family when they need it most with Caring Organizer. Free meal schedule, including the Shiva Organizer, tips and tools. 

An update on UJA Federation’s role in community safety

Read  here for an update on the UJA's findings on Jewish community safety. 



Yahrzeit Listings- Saturday September 21st – Friday September 27th 2019

We offer comfort to those who mourn or observe yahrtzeit and honour those who wish
to keep alive the memory of those who vanished in the Shoah.

We apologize if your loved one's yahrzeit has been omitted. Please email us at to add your yahrzeit to our database for future listings.

Alter Szainwald, father of Ken Szainwald on September 21st, 2019

Arthur Gold, father of Francine Frankel on September 21st, 2019

Beth Medjuck, late wife of Matthew Benjamin on September 21st, 2019

Stephen Klein, husband of Yasmin Klein, father of Talia Klein, brother and brother-in-law of Rochelle and Mark Stenzler on September 22nd, 2019

Faye Warshafsky, mother of Steven Warsh on September 22nd, 2019

Stanley M. Katz, husband of Debra Katz on September 22nd, 2019

David Ezerzer, father of Samy Ezerzer on September 23rd, 2019

Harry (Chaim) Wolfe, father of Ralph Wolfe on September 24th, 2019

Sonia Shekter, mother of Helayna Shekter on September 24th, 2019

Sylvia Ashkin, mother of Gillian Glazer on September 25th, 2019

Abraham Tushinski, father of Paul Tushinski on September 25th, 2019

Martha Connock, aunt of Aron Gampel, and Gary Gampel on September 26th, 2019

William Malitz, father of Leiba Long on September 26th, 2019

Sat, 21 September 2019 21 Elul 5779