While we often think of Pesach as a time of restriction, it’s worth remembering that the holiday is also a celebration of freedom, rebirth, and new beginnings. While we mourn the suffering of our ancestors, we simultaneously appreciate our ability to gather and connect with our community during this season of renewal.
We look forward to connecting with you this spring.
Join us for a special breakfast following Morning Minyan, prepared by Beth Tzedec’s Board of Directors. We’ll schmooze and share a kosher-for-Passover meal with our community.
Rabbi Russ will be selling our congregation’s remaining hametz to Rev. David Saude. Authorize the sale of your hametz and support Wynne’s Pantry (Miriam’s Well) using the form on our website.
The ancient tradition of Maot Hittim – sharing food provisions with the poor – is an important part of sharing Passover with the wider Jewish community. This year, we are encouraging our community to support Leket Israel, a food-rescue organization helping to feed people across Israel.
Celebrate Passover with the Beth Tzedec community as we share a remarkable night of song and storytelling at our second night seder. Join us for a delicious buffet meal from with all of your favourites, including brisket, potato kugel, roasted chicken and more. Registration for our Second Seder dinner has now closed.