Pesach Brunch!

Let’s brunch!

Got plans for Easter weekend? Bring a friend and come join us for an LGBT and ally-friendly Kosher-for-Passover brunch on Sunday, April 20. Everyone welcome. We’ll have a tasty buffet-style meal with refreshments, and of course, lots of schmoozing.

Time: 11:30am
Place: 30 Holly Street Party Room (Yonge/Eglinton)
Cost: $15 through PayPal at
Payment deadline: Wednesday, April 16 at 5pm.
TTC: Take Yonge line to Eglinton. Walk one block east of Yonge to Holly Street (Starbucks on NW corner). Walk south on Holly Street till #30.
Parking: You are welcome to park in the 30 Holly Street parking garage. Please let us know in advance if you require a spot at

Hope you'll join us! And we wish all of you a Chag Pesach Sameach.

Kulanu on the Radio!

On Sunday morning, we joined Rosalin Kreiger at York University's CHRY 105.5 FM to discuss Kulanu Toronto on her "All Things Jewish" radio show. The experience was very positive as it gave us an opportunity to reach out to a grander audience and discuss what Kulanu Toronto represents, has done, and will do. We spoke about KT's social, educational and cultural events. We also spoke about how Kulanu allows our members to bring their Jewish and LGBT identities together. We discussed our intent to make World Pride a positive event free from negative and/or hateful speech. We plan to be back on 105.5 FM to give a preview on big and bold Kulanu Toronto events for World Pride beginning in June!

Below are some of the photos from our experience, and stay tuned for a link to the show in the coming weeks!

Chag Purim Sameach!

We hope everyone is having a great Purim! If you're enjoying some delicious hamentaschen of the traditional variety, you might want to try some rainbow hamentaschen. Here's the simple, delicious, and beautiful recipe:

On Purim, Jews remember the oppression we faced and overcame in ancient Persia and throughout our history. Congressman Barney Frank speaks about how it is also important on Purim to fight against the oppression of others. In this thought-provoking article, he links the story of Purim, where a small group of people were demonized and rose up to defend themselves, to the importance of fighting LGBT oppression in Africa.

Purim involves dressing up, but has the ultimate message of being true to yourself, and of "coming out"  just as Queen Esther came out as Jewish to save her people.

Shabbat Dinner with Annex Shul!

February 21st: Shabbat Dinner with Annex Shul!

Join us on Friday, February 21st, at 6:30pm, at the The Wolfond Centre, for a special Friday Night service and Shabbat Dinner with Annex Shul, a vibrant and inclusive Jewish community for young professionals. Services start at 6:30pm with dinner to follow. Celebrate with an evening of inclusivity, warmth, and great food!

RSVP at by February 19th at 5pm. The fee is $21 which you can pay at via PayPal.

Everyone is welcome!