We’d love to see you at B’nai Torah. Please join us for any service. Better yet, let us know you’re coming so we can say hello! 404-257-0537. See you soon!
Sunday, 12/810:00-11:30am Children 0-5 years old are invited join us for a fun morning with the grown-ups who love them. Program includes hands-on, interactive theamed activities and snack.Please contact Megan Usow, Program Director for more information at MUsow@bnaitorah.org.
We want to honor you! Children celebrating birthday's in the month of December and Adults celebrating milestone birthday's or anniversaries in the month on December are invited to join us for Shabbat Services at 6:30pm and recieve a special blessing from our clergy during the service.Hors d'oeuvres and cake will be served following services. RSVP to email@example.com
Congregation B'nai Torah is excited to be returning to Israel next June 8-20, 2014. The trip, to be led by Rabbi Kenter, is for all ages, including children, and is open to members with varying degrees of Israel experiences. It will be a fun-filled, educational memorable trip with your B'nai Torah family. For more information, please email Rabbi Kenter at firstname.lastname@example.org.CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION
We are excited for another fabulous year in our growing Religious School Program! You can find all the details HERE including forms, calendars and what makes our school great! We look forward to seeing your children soon!
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Friday Night Services
Saturday Morning Services
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Saturday Mincha Services
* Saturday Afternoon Class
Following Saturday Mincha Services, please join the Rabbi's Torah Study Class
Recent blog posts by Rabbi Joshua Z. Heller
Kol Nidre sermonSep 18, 2013
Yizkor Sermon from Yom Kippur now availableSep 18, 2013
Rosh Hashanah SermonsSep 8, 2013
Get the Bread OutMar 13, 2013
November 29thNov 30, 2012
Recent blog posts by Rabbi Rabbi Eytan Kenter
For Others Benefit Or Our Own?Dec 10, 2012
New chapter or new book?Nov 9, 2012
Loose Feathers-Are there consequences to lying?Oct 31, 2012
My Noach Sermon-More Relevant Than Ever Oct 24, 2012