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Our Community Services

 Service Transliterations
 Siddur Download
 Book of... Remembrance and/or Esther
 Streaming 
 Learning Center Shabbat Participation Questionnaire 
 Junior Congregation & Tot Shabbat
 Minyan 
 Sanctuary background for Zoom
 

Beth Torah is...

...a participatory and egalitarian synagogue, where congregants lead services with Rabbi Zelony, and serve as weekly Torah readers. Men and women share equally in all aspects of religious observance, and you will frequently find recent Bar and Bat-Mitzvah “graduates” on the bimah leading or reading.
 
Community Shabbat services at Beth Torah are primarily congregant led and there are many opportunities to get involved. For more information on leading the services, please contact us at Ritual–VP@congregationbethtorah.org or call the Rabbi’s office (972.234.1542 ext 227) Monday through Friday, 8AM to 3PM.


Family Musical Shabbat Experience with Rabbi Z is now on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month.
 Click for live streaming channel

Service Transliterations

Service transliterations are available in the foyer outside the sanctuary for both Friday evening and Saturday morning services. The transliterations are also available for download here.
 Erev Shabbat (Evening Service)
 Shabbat Morning Service

Download E–Siddur

The Rabbinical Assembly has made PDF files of key services available upon request. In order to respect the sanctity of these sacred texts, as well as to guard their intellectual property, these downloads are only available through their  website form. 
 
Choose Siddur Sim Shalom: Shabbat Morning
Choose Siddur Sim Shalom: Kabbalat Shabbat and Shabbat Evening Service

Book of...

 Book of Remembrance (member–only content...must log into your account)
 Hebrew–English translation of the Megillah of Esther (Scroll of Esther)

DUE TO COVID–19
Our services are being streamed from our sanctuary

Join us for live streaming of 7:30 PM Friday Evening Kabbalat Shabbat Service and 9:30 AM Saturday Morning Shabbat Services by clicking the play arrow in the player below. For questions, email streaming@congregationbethtorah.org.
 
 Shabbat Service Page Numbers
 

Learning Center Students

JUNIOR CONGREGATION

Junior Congregation is a fun and meaningful opportunity for children to explore leading and participating in services in a safe and sacred space. Students practice and gain additional understanding of the prayers they study at Learning Center.  
 
Currently an interactive Zoom Shabbat service for grades 3 through 7, Junior Congregation is led by Jessica Winter currently on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays from 10:30 AM to approximately 11:45 AM.
 

Click here for our Junior Congregation Siddur 

 

Questions? Email Beri Schwitzer 

 

TOT SHABBAT

We have a special service for our toddlers and their parents, grandparents or special friends on the second and fourth *Saturdays of the month at 11AM. Singing, dancing, storytelling and a snack. A fun–filled ritual to educate, entertain, enthrall, and envelop our youngest members who are the future of our congregation.  (*Due to Covid–19, Tot Shabbat is being held virtually on the second and fourth Fridays at 5PM)
 

Questions? Email Jessice Winter & Rachel Leventon


DUE TO COVID–19
Our minyan services are being held virtually through Zoom

 Prayer listing for Weekday Shacharit Service
 Daily Minyan Page Numbers
 

 Rosh Hodesh service guide

9AM Sunday

https://zoom.us/j/89889017249
Password: CBTSUNDAY (432313692)
Local Dial–In Number: +13462487799
 
 
7AM Mondays, Minyan & The Talmud with Rabbi Zelony

https://zoom.us/j/534713800
Password: 308963
Local Dial–In Number: +13462487799

PRE–COVID DAILY MINYAN

Daily minyan is held every Sunday at 9:00 AM and every Monday at 6:45 AM and is a cornerstone of who we are; we meet the needs of our community through supporting one another in a time of mourning and saying kaddish. If you’re not ready to make a weekly commitment, please consider attending once or twice during the month of your birthday.
 

MONDAY PARSHA STUDY

The Talmud with Rabbi Zelony
The Talmud is the foundational text upon which all modern forms of Judaism stand. Come explore, spar with, and make meaning of this sacred book. Open to all learners. Hebrew text is provided but class discussions will be based on English translation. Every Monday after minyan (time will vary on holidays).
Fri, April 23 2021 11 Iyyar 5781