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Continuing Education

All Classes are Co-ed. Men & Women are cordially invited.
For questions or inquiries on any of our programs, please contact the office

Upcoming Lectures and Programs


Ongoing Programs

Reel & Spiel

Classic Jewish cinema screened with a relevant introduction by Rabbi Leslie Lipson. Popcorn and refreshments provided. Every second Wednesday of the month. $5 pp. Call the office to purchase.


Adult Education Programs 2019-2020

Hebrew Reading Classes - Levels I & II:
Call the office to register for these FREE courses. Led by Michael Kinrys.

Level I: Five classes beginning November 17.
This course is designed for complete beginners with little or no previous Hebrew knowledge. Call the office to register for this free course.
9:00 - 11:45 am | Boardroom.

Level II:  Six classes beginning March 8, 2020.
This course is designed for those who can read slowly, but wish to practice reading Shabbat prayers & songs and learn the meaning of some common words.
9:00 - 11:00 am | Boardroom.

Tanach Study Group

Led by shul members. Meeting in their homes, this interactive study group analyzes and discusses various Tanach texts. Check the Weekly Bulletin for topic, time and place.

Rabbi’s Study Class (NEW):

The Rabbi’s Study Class at 7:15 pm - “The Best From The Vault”  What did Rabbi Morrison study at progressive yeshivas last year?

Sisterhood Study Group: Sponsored by Sisterhood – Rabbis Morrison & Lipson alternate weekly in leading this class. 10:00 -11:30 am in the Tessler Lounge.


Mini Adult Education Series at BEBY with Beit Rabbi Mordechai Torczyner:

For more information for all upcoming programs, please visit or email or call 416-783-6960.

Tish and Torah
with Rabbi Leslie Lipson. Rabbi Lipson will lead learning sessions for the Parshat Hashavuah every Shabbat at 10:00 am in the Boardroom. Everyone is welcome.

Shabbat Study Group - Daf Ha' Shavua - The Weekly Page of Talmud.
The Weekly Page of Talmud. For beginning or intermediate students of Talmud, we will explore page by page the first Tractate of the Talmud known as Masechet Berachot. We will be using the brand new Koren Talmud Bavli Daf Yomi Edition which contains the text in its original as well as full English translation and commentary by Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz. Taken from the introduction, “The primary focus of the tractate is the myriad ways in whi­ch a Jewish person expresses his faith throughout his life.” Meets thirty-five minutes prior to Mincha. 

Holocaust Education Week 2018

The Goldfinger Family Holocaust Education Fund at Beth Emeth Bais Yehuda Synagogue presented: "Rivka Schenker and the Jews of the Dulecki Forest" featuring University of Toronto professor Tomasz Frydel.

Here's a link to the lecture:

Sat, 11 July 2020 19 Tammuz 5780