In anticipation of Yom HaAtzmaut, HBT welcomes back Israeli Consul General Galit Baram
The acclaimed Canadian artist is donating a painting - Side by Side - on the occasion of our 160th.
“urgent, controversial & undeniably honest” this documentary shines a light on racism in Canada
HBTeen/HABSTY Bagel Project - Mother’s Day! Doesn’t your mother deserve some bagels?
Sunday, May 28 at 7:30 p.m. - Please click the image above for ticket info
Today at HBT
Starting Tuesday, November 15, 2016
Continuing every Tuesday at 6:30-7:15 p.m.
Immediately following our 6 pm evening service in the Youth Chapel, and over a little nosh, our very experienced grief counsellor, Helen Gia Levin MSW RSW, will provide a supportive environment for congregants to find new insight into the meaning of their losses.
Whether a loved one died recently or long ago, we hope you will take comfort in this opportunity to find meaning and motivation in memory.
You are welcome to “drop-in” from time to time or attend regularly.
No fee or registration is required.
“Understanding Your Bereavement & Healing” is made possible through the generosity of Elen Steinberg and family in loving memory of Anna Steinberg z”l ( nee Liverant)
Location: HBT - room 308
Conversational Yiddish, Sharon Power
Conversational Beginner’s Yiddish
Sharon Power, Yiddish enthusiast & facilitator
Tuesdays, April 25-May 23, 2017 at 7:30 -9 PM
Join us for this unique 5 week session of Conversational Yiddish. Beginners welcome – no knowledge of Yiddish required.
We hope to be able to spread awareness and love of Yiddish culture amongst all Yiddish lovers. It's vitally important to keep the language alive beyond the Chassidic world, as the native Yiddish speakers.
Learn a new language!
Come for the fun! No pressure at all!
“Thanks to the UJA Federation Committee For Yiddish for their support for this program”