Terumah – Gifts from the Heart
Because each family is unique…
We respect each family’s unique stage in life. Partnering with Holy Blossom through our Terumah Membership plan for families whose oldest child is 8 or younger helps balance the needs of your family with support for our congregation.
Based on Terumah – Gifts from the Heart – this personalized approach to membership lets each family determine a membership contribution that works for them. And just like all Temple membership contributions, you can make them on a monthly basis and will receive a full tax receipt.
It’s easy to join the Holy Blossom Temple community! Become a member today!
Contact Abigail Nemzer, Director of Membership and Community Engagement at [email protected] or call 416-789-3291 ext. 232
You already belong here
Come grow with us and enjoy all our congregation has to offer. These first steps are just the beginning of lifelong learning in your family’s Jewish journey.
Let us be your spiritual home away from home, where we can offer a sense of belonging for your family, and a strong Jewish identity for your children.
What’s here for you?
- A vibrant community of young families just like yours
- A team of Rabbis and Cantors to support you and your family in times of need and celebrate in times of joy
- Engaging musicians at children’s services that thrill our littlest “Blossoms”
- Jewish heritage with contemporary Jewish values
- Modern new facilities will be a beautiful backdrop for your family’s future Jewish gatherings and special celebrations
Start today! We make it easy to have fun and meaningful Jewish experiences with your children – simply come and we’ll do the rest:
- Join us for Tot Shabbat, Shabbat morning Family Services, Little Blossoms, and more celebrations and holiday services your kids will love!
- Sunday morning religious school with educational stories, music, and arts and crafts. Hands-on Mitzvah Day and Kids’ Mitzvah Club, and more!
- Learn with our Parent Education Program “PEP” talks and join HBTogether Chavurot to “do Jewish” with a small group of other families.