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Upcoming Events at TBDJ

Please join us at our upcoming special events. 

We're always looking for new program ideas and speaker suggestions... if you have any, please send them to our Programming Committee at programming@tbdj.org.

All Events
  • Monday
    Mar  25
     
     
    Shloshim Gathering in Honour of TBDJ President John Alper z"l

    Monday, Mar 25th 7:30p to 8:00p
    A memorial event for TBDJ's late president John Alper z"l, featuring poignant memories and recollections as told by important leaders and members of Tifereth Beth David Jerusalem. Refreshments provided.

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  • Monday
    Mar  25
     
     
    Great Jewish Books Course - The Works of Rav Avraham Isaac Kook - with Rabbi Mark Fishman of Congregation Beth Tikvah

    Monday, Mar 25th 8:00p to 9:30p
    This lecture series is sponsored by the Wainberg Family in memory of TBDJ President Mark Wainberg Z"L. Each lecture in this series explores one of twenty of the Jewish world's foremost written works, crafted by the most influental rabbis who have helped to forge links between our ancient Torah and contemporary Jewish life. Starting with Rashi, “The Teacher of all of Israel,” and continuing through modern times, each class provides biographical sketches of the author's life, summarizes the historical context in which the book was written, and surveys the main lessons and themes taught on its pages. Attendees receive relevant handouts to assist them, plus access to video recordings of any sessions which they may have missed. In the lower level chapel. Maariv follows each class. For the full schedule of lectures, and to view class notes and recordings of past lectures, go to tbdj.org/greatjewishbooks.

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  • Monday
    Apr  1
     
     
    Great Jewish Books Course - The Works of Rav Yosef Dov Soloveitchik - with Rabbi Freundlich

    Monday, Apr 1st 7:45p to 9:00p
    This lecture series is sponsored by the Wainberg Family in memory of TBDJ President Mark Wainberg Z"L. Each lecture in this series explores one of twenty of the Jewish world's foremost written works, crafted by the most influental rabbis who have helped to forge links between our ancient Torah and contemporary Jewish life. Starting with Rashi, “The Teacher of all of Israel,” and continuing through modern times, each class provides biographical sketches of the author's life, summarizes the historical context in which the book was written, and surveys the main lessons and themes taught on its pages. Attendees receive relevant handouts to assist them, plus access to video recordings of any sessions which they may have missed. In the lower level chapel. Maariv follows each class. For the full schedule of lectures, and to view class notes and recordings of past lectures, go to tbdj.org/greatjewishbooks.

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  • Tuesday
    Apr  30
     
     
    Bnei Mitzvah Program at Montreal Holocaust Museum

    Tuesday, Apr 30th 6:30p to 8:15p
    In commemoration of Yom Hashoah, TBDJ's 5779 Bnei Mitzvah Group visits the Montreal Holocaust Museum. For boys becoming a Bar Mitzvah in 5779 / 2019. Send a message to amiel@tbdj.org to let him know you will attend.

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  • Wednesday
    May  1
     
     
    5779 Yom Hashoa Community Commemoration

    Wednesday, May 1st 7:30p to 9:00p
    Presented by the Montreal Holocaust Museum and TBDJ.

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  • Friday
    May  10
     
     
    Mental Health Awareness Shabbat with Dr. David Pelcovitz

    Friday, May 10th (All day)
    Dr. David Pelcovitz is a world-renowned speaker and the preeminent authority on mental health issues faced by children and adolescents in the Orthodox Jewish world. He holds the "Gwendolyn & Joseph Straus Chair in Psychology and Jewish Education" at Yeshiva University's Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration. Dr. Pelcovitz has researched, published and lectured extensively on a variety of topics related to the parenting and teaching of children, and on children's mental health in general. His research shines a lot on such important areas as domestic and family violence, stress management, coping with trauma and loss and the transmission of important values to children. David's most recent publication is titled “Balanced Parenting,” a book on parenting from a Jewish perspective which he wrote in collaboration with his father Rabbi Raphael Pelcovitz.

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  • Saturday
    May  18
     
     
    5779 Bnot Mitzvah Celebration Shabbat

    Shabbat, May 18th 9:00a to 12:00p
    Come and hear Divrei Torah from TBDJ's 5779 Bnot Mitzvah Group at this special celebration! For more information, write amiel@tbdj.org.

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  • Friday
    May  24
     
     
    Scholar-in-Residence Shabbat with Rabbi Moshe Miller

    Friday, May 24th (All day)
    Rabbi Moshe Miller was ordained at the Ner Israel Rabbinical College in 1977 and embarked on a career of over thirty-five years as a Jewish educator. Along the way he has held the position of principal in American Jewish schools in Santa Clara, Atlanta, Miami and Providence where he also earned an MA from Brown University's Department of Philosophy. Rabbi Miller has also lectured at Michlalah Jerusalem College and was the Rosh Kollel of the Boca Raton Community Kollel. He and his wife, Grizzy, made aliyah in 2010 and live in Yerushalayim where he writes and teaches. In 2015, Rabbi Miller's released his first book which is titled "Rising Moon: Unravelling the Book of Ruth". For more information, go to http://rabbimoshemiller.com/.

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  • Monday
    Jun  10
     
     
    Baily Road Diner 5779

    Monday, Jun 10th 12:00p to 2:00p
    Join us once again for our annual "Fifties-Style Rock 'n Roll" Dairy Shavuot Lunch! Pre-registration required.

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  • Monday
    Jun  10
     
     
    Shavuot Learning Program for Women

    Monday, Jun 10th 5:00p to 6:00p

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Fri, 22 March 2019 15 Adar II 5779