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Membership Dues & High Holiday Tickets
Tickets for High Holiday services are available to those who have contributed 20% or have made alternative arrangements with the Treasurer for their 2023-2024 membership dues. Tickets are now available for pick up at the front office at Congregation Beth Torah during business hours. During the holidays, a Will Call table will be in the lobby for ticket pickup.
As a reminder, we are asking all congregants to discard the orange tickets we first distributed and use the new BLUE tickets we are sending. Our security guards will have a sample copy of the new tickets on hand and will accept only blue tickets.
Please use your parking pass(es) and Shield of David pledge card provided to you.  Nothing has changed with your parking pass or Shield of David Card.
Please log into your shul account to update your payments, or contact Jeremy Duchin, Treasurer, at to make arrangements.
If you are attending services at another USCJ-affiliated synagogue and are a member in good standing, a reciprocal agreement is available for you to receive holiday tickets. To obtain reciprocity, please complete this form and submit it to Katie Babin at
If you are a member in good standing at your home synagogue and are looking to be a part of our services, please reach out to a staff member at your synagogue to complete a reciprocity form.  Once completed, it can be sent to Katie Babin at 
To purchase additional tickets, non-member tickets, or tickets for those under 24, please complete this form.

Digital Mahzor Lev Shalem
We have purchased licenses for you to access a digital version.
Please note this is a virtual copy ONLY.
Only acces this link once so that others will have access to a copy.
Your copy will expire October 31.

Streaming Services
To access a stream of our services please click the button below. The password to view services was provided to you on your tickets.


2023 Service Schedule

Rosh Hashana Day 2
On Sunday, September 17, Tashlich will be a Prairie Creek Park, located the corner of W. Lookout Drive and W. Prairie Creek Drive.
We are encouraging all families and individuals to bring leaves of lettuce or spinach to toss in the creek and NOT bread.  This is for the safety of the animals and fish that reside in and near the creek.  We also invite our community to bring picnic lunches for some post-Tashlich fun!
Kever Avot
Rabbi Howard Wolk will be doing a community Kever Avot service on Sunday, September 10 at the following locations and times:
  • Restland Cemetery at 9:15 AM
  • Sparkman-Hillcrest at 10:30 AM
Rabbi Sydni Rubinstein will be doing a Kever Avot service on Sunday, September 24 at the following location and times:
  • Restland Cemetery at 10:15 AM
  • Sparkman-Hillcrest at 11:30 AM

Become a Greeter
Become a greeter at our High Holidays this year. Please assist the guard in checking IDs, welcoming attendees, and being the first smiling face someone sees when they enter our building!

Become an Usher
Our Men's Club is recruiting volunteers to assist with ushering during the holidays. Volunteers will be tasked with showing attendees to their seats, assisting with the Shield of David ask, and being ready in case of emergencies.

Shield of David
One of our most important fundraisers is our Shield of David campaign. The monies raised go directly to our operating budget to cover the daily expenses and costs incurred by our synagogue. These funds are vital to our continued success and ongoing efforts to ensure we can continue to nurture an inclusive Jewish environment that connects our diverse community with passion and purpose through prayer, learning, love of Israel, friendship, and Social Action / Tikkun Olam (repairing the world).
Extra Shield of David cards will be available in the front lobby on Rosh Hashanah Day 1. Please pick up another one if you forgot yours and you can complete your pledge during the annual Presidential Shield of David appeal. You may also complete your donation through your ShulCloud account page, or click the button below.
We ask each member-family to consider a donation to the Shield of David. We want you to keep in mind Beth Torah’s mission and the importance of the Shield of David campaign to the synagogue.

Contact David Duchin, Development VP, at for questions.

2023 High Holiday Resource Guide Digital Copy


This year's HHRG is available by clicking the image!


Youth Programming & Childcare
Please note that a childcare reservation must be made and paid for in advance. We cannot guarantee room availability for children who do not have reservations.

Babysitting will be available on the following dates and times:
Rosh Hashanah Day 1 (Saturday, September 16): 8:30am - 12:30pm
Rosh Hashanah Day 2 (Sunday, September 17): 8:30am - 12:30pm
Kol Nidre (Sunday, September 24): 6:45pm - 8:45pm
Yom Kippur (Monday, September 25): 8:30am-1:30pm 
Mincha/Ne'ilah (Monday, September 25): 5:30pm - 8:00pm

Tot Programming

Join our Young Family community for a High Holiday celebration for kids 0-5! The program will be roughly 45 minutes and it will include songs, books, snacks, and other fun holiday-themed goodies. We can't wait to celebrate the holidays with you and your kids!

Rosh Hashanah Day 2*
Sunday, September 17th
11:45 am | Children's Library in Education Wing
After this service, join us for a family-friendly Tashlich and a BYO picnic lunch at Prairie Creek Park.
* No tickets are required for this program

Yom Kippur**
Monday, September 25th
9:30 am | Children's Library in Education Wing
** Tickets are required for this program

Questions? Please contact Katie Babin.

Our Learning Center will be having a "High Holiday Camp" this year for all school-aged students.
Join us this year for a hands-on high holiday program for our school-aged students. From Kindergarten through 7th grade, students will learn about holidays, build community, and participate in services. This new program will be available on Rosh Hashanah Day 1, Rosh Hashanah Day 2, and Yom Kippur. Free for members, and $36/student for non-members.
Click the button below to get registered!

Accommodations for Services
We will offer designated seating and special parking spaces for those needing them. Loop listener devices will also be available. Please advise us of your needs in advance at

Break the Fast & Sisterhood Sponsorship Opportunities
Our traditional congregational Break the Fast is being coordinated by CBT Sisterhood after Havdallah and Ne'ilah Services on Monday, September 25.
To sponsor the annual Break the Fast, as well as Bimah Flowers, please click the button below.

Sukkah Programming
We are excited to open up our Sukkah to our community. Whether it's a with your friends or one of our affinity/auxiliary groups, you are able to reserve our Sukkah with ease. To reserve the Sukkah for your group, please click the button below.

Sukkah Schach & Takedown

We need your help to cut bamboo, put it on the roof, and then take it all down after Sukkot. Here is when we need your hands: 

Tuesday, September 26: Toss the schach! (the roof) 
Sunday, October 15: Take it all down!

Safety and Security

For safety and security purposes, we ask all attendees to please place the parking pass that was provided with your tickets in a visible place in your front window. The pass will easily hang from your rearview mirror, but it can also be placed on your dashboard.

If you need an additional parking pass, please call our front office at 972-234-1542.

Please enter our building for services through the west entrance/main doors with your BLUE holiday ticket in hand. As part of our security precautions, we may ask people we do not recognize for identification.


There should be ample parking available at Congregation Beth Torah for our holidays. However, if overflow parking is needed, attendees can park on W. Lookout Drive.

Canyon Creek Country Club also is allowing our community to park across the street in their lot next to the swimming pool.

PLEASE make sure to bring the provided YELLOW hanging parking tag that was provided to you with your tickets. This allows our security to know that you are here for services and that your car is not suspicious.
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