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		                            <span class="slider_description"><div style="text-align: center;">Congregation Beth Torah is a warm, welcoming, participatory, egalitarian, modern, Conservative Jewish synagogue serving North Dallas and its surrounding communities. We embrace and support life cycle needs and include all people and all ages of diverse backgrounds, experiences, and abilities. <br><br><strong>Our synagogue family is large enough to serve you yet small enough to know you.</span>

Last updated 10.25.21
 

Fundraiser Active through November 2
HundredX has committed to donate $15,000 to CBT if we can get our members and supporters to opt into a market research campaign and provide short, 60-second pieces of feedback. Each adult can do a max of 75 pieces of feedback with each piece earning us $2 ($150 in total for those who complete all 75).
 
If you have not signed up yet, please do it now. Simply text 'Impact' to 90412 or click here and choose Congregation Beth Torah as your charity to support. If you signed up already, please do more feedbacks and ask a friend to join the campaign.
 

Ends November 18
The Richardson Interfaith Alliance is holding a coat drive for Network of Community Ministries. Please bring coats to the synagogue and leave them in Rabbi Zelony's office between now and November 18.

Join us for professional wrestler Jaxon Stone (a.k.a. Aaron Machbitz) as he tells his story, provides insight into professional wrestling, delves into mental health, and demonstrates the sport. And of course, we’ll have our lox and bagel breakfast. $7 members, $10 non–members, $5 students, and free for CHAI. For questions, contact Men's Club.

7PM Monday, November 8
Cyd will graciously provide guidance in a two part series on healthy living. Part one will look at Health and Nutrition. This session will give us a front row seat about Cyd’s health and nutrition journey with an emphasis on nutrition misconceptions. See the weekly enews for Zoom information or email Inclusion.

6:30 PM Saturday, December 4
All ages are invited to join us for this year's congregational Hanukkah celebration! Bring your menorah and help us celebrate the 7th night of Hanukkah. If you are interested in being on the planning committee, contact Mindi Sue Rubenstein.

 
Mon, October 25 2021 19 Cheshvan 5782