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Apr 30, 2017
4th of Iyyar, 5777 19th day of the Omer

Shabbat Times

Parsha:Achrei Mot-Kedoshim

Candle Lighting: 7:59 pm

Kabbalat Shabbat: 6:30 pm

Shaharit Shabbat: 9:00 am

Minha Shabbat: 7:45 pm

Havdalah: 9:05 pm

 

 

Weekday Times

Shaharit - Sunday :
9:00 am

Minha Sunday : 7:30 pm

Shaharit :
Monday-Thursday 7:15 am
Friday 7:15 am

Ma'ariv Weekday :
Monday-Thursday 7:30 pm


Kabbalat Shabbat:
6:30 pm (May 5)

 

 

 















For 50 years, dedicated to the Jewish future

Shalom and welcome to Beth Tikvah Synagogue in the Willowdale neighbourhood of Toronto. We are a large and growing synagogue community focused on giving life, relevancy and meaning to Judaism within a traditional framework. We offer a wide range of ritual, social, cultural, recreational, educational, and youth activities designed to foster personal growth and communal connection.

As we approach our fiftieth anniversary, we look back with pride at what we have accomplished. These include our leadership on social action issues, musical programming, and Israel engagement.

We invite you to explore our website and learn more about our daily services, special events, lectures, holiday celebrations, youth activities, and much more. Don't hesitate to be in touch with us directly if you need more information.




SPECIAL MEETING OF THE CONGREGATION

SPECIAL MEETING OF THE CONGREGATION - THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 2017 at 7:45 pm

1) Beth Tikvah Synagogue Notice of Special General Meeting-April 2017
2) Constitution and Legal Committee Memorandum-March 2017
3) Constitution amended Nov. 24, 2016 track changes-Feb. 2017
4) Constitution and Legal Committee Memorandum-March 2017 re Cemetery Bylaw
5) BT Cemetery ByLaw- Bathurst Lawn Memorial Park for Approval-Draft-March 2017
6) Beth Tikvah Synagogue Cemetery-Bathurst Law ByLaw Approved
7) Gender Equality Committee Memorandum
8) Proposed Resolution on Egalitarianism

PATHWAYS TOWARD AN EGALITARIAN JUDAISM

As this topic is an important one for our synagogue, Rabbi Grover delivered a lecture, and took questions on Egalitarian Judaism. Please contact the office at 416-221-3433 for the recorded discussion. Thank you.

Some Questions and Answers on Egalitarianism prepared by Rabbi Jarrod Grover, Beth Tikvah Synagogue

Responsum, prepared by Rabbi Pamela Barmash, to clarify questions of egalitarianism and the equality of women in the observance of the mitzvot



Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion

Beth Tikvah Member, Maayan Ziv's Story

Maayan Ziv will be joining Beth Tikvah Synagogue for Shabbat Itanu on Shabbat morning, May 6.





"Beth Tikvah deserves a lot of credit for making the Bimha accessible. It was Maayan's first time as an independent adult approaching the Torah in such an intimate way. It made a huge impression on her, and I'm sure she will never forget that experience."

- Joshua Ziv, Beth Tikvah Member and Maayan's Dad



UJA'S Centennial Journey to Israel

Be inspired. Be transformed. Be part of history aboard UJA’s Centennial Journey to Israel. A journey like this only comes around every 100 years! Join Rabbi Grover on the Beth Tikvah Bus! Save the dates, October 31 – November 8, 2017. See the website for more details at https://jewishtoronto.com/centennialjourney. Beth Tikvah members and friends who are interested should also subscribe to our Centennial Mission email list by contacting rosalie at rosalie@bethtikvahtoronto.org or click the link below for more information.


UJA'S Centennial Journey to Israel


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