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Updated COVID Protocols (effective 08.19.2022)
  • Masks are optional within the main building at all times, except as stated below.
  • Masks required for all ages in the far left section of the sanctuary.
  • Masks are optional for service leaders.
  • Masks required for those on the bimah not currently leading to enable all to feel comfortable on the bimah.
  • NEW: The divider between sanctuary and Oneg room will be open.

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– or call the Rabbi’s office (972.234.1542 ext 227) Monday through Friday, 8AM to 3PM.

Morning Minyan

9AM Sunday Minyan
In–Person and via Live Stream
7AM Mondays, Minyan & Discussion of Pirkei Avot with Rabbi Zelony
In–Person and via Live Stream


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.  
This interactive and engaging Shabbat service for grades 3 through 7, Junior Congregation is held weekly on Saturdays from 10:30 AM to approximately 11:45 AM in the Multi Purpose Room.

Click here for our Junior Congregation Siddur 


Questions? Email Congregational Learning Center 



We have a special service for the youngest members and their parents, grandparents or special friends on the second and fourth *Saturdays of the month, 11AM to 11:45 AM that introduces them to the joy of Shabbat through story–telling and music. This family friendly celebration is designed for children from infancy through 5 year–olds, and the big people who love them. We use puppets, costumes, musical instruments, and creative movement to get the whole family in the spirit of Shabbat.

Questions? Email Rachel Leventon

Thu, February 2 2023 11 Shevat 5783