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Adat Chaverim (Reform) 'where Reform Judaism thrives'
6300 Independence Pkwy, Ste. A, Plano, TX 75023
972-491-5917 | 972-491-3019 (f)
email@example.com | www.adatchaverim.org
Founded: 1997 • Membership: 200 Families
Adat Chaverim--a transliteration of the Hebrew phrase "community of friends"--is the first Reform congregation in Collin County, Texas, serving Plano, Allen, Frisco, McKinney, and the other suburbs north and east of Dallas. Adat Chaverim has a varied membership ranging from singles, to young families, to senior members of our community, and we welcome interfaith couples and families. Our size provides an intimacy in worship and social activities that offers immediate opportunities to become involved with the congregation and its leadership at all levels. Services: Services are held every Friday night at 7:30 pm, followed by a community Oneg. Tot Shabbats are held on the second and fourth Saturdays of the month at 9 am. Community Activities include Torah study every Saturday morning at 9 am, Shabbat morning services as scheduled (check website calendar for schedule), active Brotherhood, Sisterhood, Havurah, and Social Action groups, as well as life cycle events and holiday celebrations. Education: Our Religious School offers preschool to high school Jewish education where we believe Learners will be on a life long journey of active engagement with the Jewish community; guided by the study of Torah, God and Tikkun Olam. Class Schedule: Sunday Hebrew School Grades Pre-K-88, Sunday B’nai Torah and Limud Grades 9-12, Wednesday Midweek Hebrew Grades 3-7. Other educational programs include our Continuing Adult Education classes. (Check website calendar for course details and class schedule.)
Bait Midrash Keren Ohr (Orthodox)
17630 Davenport Rd., Ste. 112, Dallas, TX 75252 | 972-818-7100
Beit Aryeh Sanctuary - North Satellite Ann and Nate Levine Campus
18011 Hillcrest Rd., Dallas, TX 75252 | 972-248-3032
Chabad of Dallas - The Shul (Orthodox)
6710 Levelland Rd., Dallas, TX 75252 | 972-818-0770
firstname.lastname@example.org | www.chabadofdallas.com
Founded:1985 • Membership: 120 families
There is a warm atmosphere of true "heimish" Judaism at Chabad of Dallas. Services are held on weekday mornings, Shabbat and holidays. Friday evening services begin at 6:45 pm. Saturday mornings are at 9:30 am. Activities include summer and winter day camp, holiday activities and singles programs. Adult education; educational programs for children 5-12; programs for teenagers; Bar/Bat Mitzvah training.
Chabad of Plano / Collin County
Lang Chabad Center, 3904 W. Park Blvd., Plano, TX 75075
972-596-8270 | 972-769-7554 (f)
email@example.com | www.chabadofplano.org
Founded: 1992 • Membership: 165 families
Chabad of Plano/Collin County has been "A Home for Jewish Life and Learning" for 16 years and is a branch of the worldwide Chabad movement. In keeping with the outreach philosophy of Chabad, our services, programs and classes are open to Jews from all walks of life. At the Lang Chabad Center in Plano, we offer complete synagogue services, bar and bat mitzvah training, junior congregation, adult education, youth programming, Hebrew school, community holiday celebrations and camp. All of our services and programs take place in a warm and welcoming environment with individualized attention from the rabbis. Families and singles from every walk of Jewish life are welcome to join our 165-family growing synagogue.
Services: The shul holds services on Friday night from 6:45-8 pm during standard time. Shabbat morning services are from 9:30 am -Noon followed by Kiddush. The first Friday of each month, we hold a youth Shabbat with a special program for all children. Junior Congregation is available during Shabbat services. A Shacharit morning service is held on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 6:40 am. Activities: Various holiday programming and guest speaker events are held throughout the year. Camp Gan Israel, for ages 3-12, runs during the summer months. Educational Programs: Sunday religious and Hebrew school, individual Bar/Bat Mitzvah training, Jewish Learning Institute, hospital visitation and counseling.
Chavurah Zohar Yisrael (Traditional)
445 East FM 1382 Ste 3 #184, Cedar Hill, TX 75104 | 888-310-3643
Founded: 2007 • Membership: 35 Families
Chavurah Zohar Yisrael is a small but growing traditionally oriented community dedicated to serving the spiritual needs of Jews from all backgrounds. The goal of Chavurah Zohar Yisrael is to serve Jews living in South Dallas County (i.e. Cedar Hill, Duncanville, Desoto and Ellis County (e.g. Waxahachie, Red Oak, etc.). Services: Kabbalat Shabbat Services and Shacharit Services held bi-Monthly. Visit website for details. Activities: Visit website for details. Educational Programs: Bar/Bat Mitzvah Training; Hebrew Classes; Basic Judaism Classes
Congregation Achdut Israel (Orthodox-Israeli)
5821 McShann Road Dallas, TX 75230 | 972-661-8577
Achdut Israel of Dallas has been serving the Israeli and Hebrew-speaking Jewish community in North Dallas, Texas since 2003. Consistent with its Sephardic tradition — and name — Achdut Israel is a warm and welcoming place where Jews from all backgrounds can come together to pray, learn Torah, and observe Shabbat and Holidays.
Congregation Anshai Torah (Conservative)
5501 W. Parker Rd., Plano, TX 75093 | 972-473-7718 | 972-473-7714 (f)
Founded: 1998 • Membership: 474 families
Congregation Anshai Torah is home to almost 500 families who are spiritually enriched by the religious, educational, and social culture that defines the synagogue. A thriving family atmosphere reflects the Heimish nature of the 14 year old congregation, punctuated by its spirited tefillot and creative programming opportunities. Services: Twice a day services throughout the workweek. M-8 am, T-Fr- 6:45 am , M-Th- 6:15 pm. Kabbalat Shabbat Family Service- 6:30 pm, Shabbat morning and Haggim- 9 am. Activities: Shabbat Under The Stars, Israel Advocacy Program, Anshai Unplugged, Adults Only Purim Party, Yom Yerushalayim Concert, featuring Kol Rina- highly acclaimed men’s a capella choir, Preschool- 18 mo- Pre-K, Religious School- K-12, Adult Education, all life cycle functions.
Congregation Beth El Binah (Reform)
2701 Reagan Street, Dallas, TX 75219 | 214-521-5342 ext 1784
Founded: 1986 • Membership: 150 members
Congregation Beth El Binah provides outreach to the Gay and Lesbian Jewish community. Services are held on the 2nd, 4th and 5th Friday. Shabbat Services are at 8:15 pm with Oneg Shabbat following. Activities: Religious and social activities, holiday celebrations, adult education programs, tzedakah and social action projects are offered throughout the year.
Congregation Beth Shalom (Reform)
1210 Thannisch, Arlington, TX 76011 | 817-860-5448 | 817-276-9073 (f)
Founded: 1980 • Membership: 204 families
Congregation Beth Shalom is the Jewish spiritual center of the Mid-Cities. Congregation Beth Shalom began in 1980, by a handful of concerned families, seeking a Mid-Cities Jewish identity. Because of our warm, friendly atmosphere and our dynamic rabbi, we have grown to over 200 families. The congregation is a young synagogue encourages new members to participate in shaping our future.
Services: Fridays at 8 pm; Tot Shabbat once a month at 7 pm, Saturdays at 10 am and Torah study preceding the service at 9 am. Rosh Chodesh minyan at 7 am. Activities include: Programming for seniors, families and youth; conversion program, Brotherhood and Sisterhood. Educational Programs: Preschool, Religious School. A full schedule of Adult Education classes including Introduction to Judaism, Hebrew Instruction, Torah and Talmud classes.
Congregation Beth Torah (Conservative)
720 W. Lookout Dr, Richardson, TX 75080 | 972-234-1542 | 972-783-1463 (f) firstname.lastname@example.org | www.congregationbethtorah.org
Founded: 1975 • Membership: 450 families
Congregation Beth Torah is a vibrant congregation serving North Dallas, Richardson, Plano, Garland, Frisco, and Allen. Services: Friday service is at 7:30 pm; Saturday at 9:30 am and minyans are held Mondays at 6:45 am. Activities: Various life cycle events and active youth groups including Gareen, Kadima & USY. An outreach program for interfaith couples is also available. Educational Programs: Toddler through kindergarten (Hand-in-Hand) meets every 1st and 3rd Sunday; junior congregation; children's Torah Time; learning for kindergarten through high school; Bar/ Bat Mitzvah and thriving adult education program.
Congregation Kol Ami (Reform)
1887 Timbercreek Rd., Flower Mound, TX 75028 | 972-539-1938 | 972-874-1299 (f)
email@example.com | www.kolami-tx.org
Founded: 1978 • Membership: 145 families
Kol Ami is dedicated to making all Jews, and all those who support Judaism, feel welcome and comfortable in our midst." Services: Friday night services are at 7:45 pm except the third Friday of the month which is a family service held at 6:30 pm; Saturday mornings begin at 10 am. Activities: Activities include brotherhood, sisterhood, youth programs and chacarahs. Educational Programs: Active adult education and religious school from preschool to confirmation.
Congregation Ner Tamid (Reform)
PO Box 112772, Carrollton, TX 75011 | 972-416-9738
Rabbi@CongregationNerTamid.org | www.CongregationNerTamid.org
Founded: 1984 • Membership 50+families
This congregation has a warm, friendly "heimish" atmosphere. Those attending feel a part of the intimate and spiritual services. Guests are welcome. Services: Friday services are at 8 pm. Activities: Various holiday and life cycle events are held throughout the year. Educational Programs: Religious school; Bar/Bat Mitzvah; outreach and adult programs.
Congregation Nishmat Am (Conservative)
2113 W Spring Creek Parkway, Plano, TX 75023 | 972-618-2200
info@NishmatAm.org | www.NishmatAm.org
Congregation Nishmat Am’s mission is to bring the teachings of the Torah into our daily lives, to plant love for our heritage and traditions in our hearts, commitment to the State of Israel and its people, to bring together and inspire a wide spectrum of the Jewish population to pray, sing, and learn together in an environment that embodies holiness, spirituality and joy.
Nishmat Am is …..
A Synagogue with services every Friday night (6:30 pm) , Shabbat and Holiday (9:20 am)
An Educational and Outreach Center for growth in knowledge. Weekly Lunch & Learn (Tuesday at Noon); Gateways to Judaism (Wed evening) and Torah Reflections (Shabbat morning).
A Religious school for your children. In our religious school students range from Kindergarten through high school and receive weekly instruction in the beauty and joy of our Jewish heritage from a staff that is trained, skilled, caring and committed to children
A social organization with an active Men’s Club and Sisterhood with programs that are social, educational and recreational, creating a network of friendship and support.
Congregation Ohev Shalom (Orthodox)
6821 McCallum Blvd., Dallas, TX 75252
972-380-1292 | 972-733-4978 (f)
RabbiRodin@ohevshalom.net | www.ohev.com
Founded: 1986 • Membership: 100+ families and single members
The focus at Congregation Ohev Shalom is on outreach with the goal of providing a warm and friendly atmosphere. The aim is to expose, rather than impose, the beauty of Judaism and to be user friendly.
Services: Shabbat services and junior congregation are available. Daily morning and evening services are available as well. Activities: We have social events to foster friendship,in addition to sisterhood, summer camp, and Sukkah Hop. Educational Programs: Leonard B. Fruhman Hebrew School, Bible, Talmud, Learn and Lunch, Jewish Lae, ethics and philosophy, Mishna Club.
Congregation Ohr Hatorah (Orthodox)
6324 Churchill Way, Dallas, TX 75230
972-404-8980 | 972-404-8989 (f)
firstname.lastname@example.org | www.ohrhatorahdallas.org
Founded: 1999 • Membership: 125+ families
"Ohr Hatorah" means "The Light of Torah" and the goal at Congregation Ohr Hatorah to make Torah learning available for Jews of all levels. Congregation Ohr Hatorah follows Orthodox Jewish practice, but not all of its members are Orthodox. The programs and services of the synagogue are suited to any Jew who is interested in spiritual growth through learning worship in a traditional Jewish format.
Services: Daily minyan and Shabbat services Friday night winter–candle lighting time, Friday night summer service -7 pm, Saturday 8:30 am and Junior congregation services Saturday 9:30 am - beginners service 9:45 am. All services followed by kiddush. Daily minyan Monday through Friday evenings 15 minutes before sunset; Sunday 8 am; Monday-Friday 6:40 am. Activities: Sisterhood, junior congregation, youth activities, classes, young couples club, shabbatons and speakers.
Congregation Shaare Tefilla (Orthodox)
6131 Churchill Way, Dallas, TX 75230
972-661-0127 | 972-661-0150 (f)
email@example.com | www.shaaretefilla.org
Founded: 1986 • Membership: 180 families
Shaare Tefilla is a vibrant congregation that challenges our membership to engage the modern world and society around us through the prism of Torah and tradition. Shaare Tefilla welcomes Jews of varying background and observance level and takes pride in making sure that all who walk through our doors feel a sense of belonging.Guests are always welcome; our hospitality rotation insures that there is always a spot for them at a Shabbat table. Services: Services include junior congregation and Shabbat services, as well as daily services, both in the morning and evening. Activities: Youth programs, Brotherhood, Sisterhood, and men's club are available. Educational Programs: Adult education classes; youth classes.
Congregation Shearith Israel (Conservative)
9401 Douglas Ave, Dallas, TX 75225
214-361-6606 | 214-361-7524 (f)
firstname.lastname@example.org | www.shearith.org
Congregation Shearith Israel strives to be the center of our members' lives by engaging them in a wide variety of innovative programs as well as educational and ritual opportunities. From Mitzvah Day and our popular Purim Extravaganza to our all night Tikkun Leil Shavuot, our members find themselves on a path of spiritual growth and commitment to the principles of Conservative Judaism. Services: Services are held weekday mornings and evenings; Saturday mornings on the Main Campus - Douglas 9:30 am, Beit Aryeh, Ann and Nate Levine Academy - 9:30 am, and Friday evenings begin at 6 pm at the main Douglas campus, and 6:30 pm at Beit Aryeh on the Ann and Nater Levine campus (North Satellite). Activities: Activities include Brotherhood, Sisterhood, early childhood events, spiritual assistance, family education, life cycle events, senior events, youth groups (grades 3 through 12) and holiday celebrations. Educational Programs: Religious school: kindergarten through 7th grade and high school; Bar/Bat Mitzvah; adult education.
Congregation Tiferet Israel (Traditional)
10909 Hillcrest Rd, Dallas, TX 75230
214-691-3611 | 214-361-0011 (f)
email@example.com | www.tiferetdallas.org
Founded: 1890 • Membership: 200 Families
Tiferet Israel is Texas' oldest and largest traditional synagogue. At Tiferet Israel, the goal is to provide a traditional Jewish family environment filled with joy, warmth and togetherness. Family is so important to us in leading Tiferet Israel, both spiritually and in song! Services: Everyday services are held both morning and evening, Friday night service begins at 6:30 pm and Saturday morning meets at 9 am. Torah N-Tefilla-Junior Congregation and Cookie Minyan Services are also available. Activities: Shabbat dinners, youth activities, sisterhood, brotherhood, PTA, Kosher Chili Cookoff, and events for young couples and families are held throughout the year. Educational Programs: Religious and Sunday school from kindergarten through confirmation; Bar/Bat Mitzvah; adult education classes.
Irving Havurah, a Community Congregation (Conservative)
1832 Cooper Dr., Irving, TX 75061
firstname.lastname@example.org | www.rabbifrankjoseph.net
Founded: 1998 • Membership: 35 families
The Havurah welcomes the whole spectrum of Judaism.
Magen David Congregation (Sephardic Orthodox)
17631 Hillcrest Road, Dallas, TX 75252 | 469-867-7584
Sephardic Torah Center of Dallas (Orthodox)
6715 Levelland Road, Dallas TX 75252
Rabbi's contact: email@example.com | Rabbanit's contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our growing synagogue and learning center boasts of a truly diverse and vibrant membership, and offers a variety of services and programs for almost everyone! Our goal is to grow as individuals and as a congregation, through Torah study and prayer in our amazingly rich traditions and inspire the next generation to continue this legacy, all in a loving and positive environment. Some of our services: Diversified array of classes and one-on-one learning. Uplifting prayer services in the Sephardic traditions of liturgy & music. Exciting events suitable for all ages, on Jewish Holidays. Bar & Bat-Mitzvah training and synagogue use. Premarital counseling and lessons, and much more. Please visit our website or reach our rabbi or rabbanit for more information.
Shir Tikvah (Progressive)
Founded: 2010 • Membership: 50 families
Rabbi Heidi Coretz | www.shirtikvahfrisco.org | email@example.com
Shir Tikvah is a close-knit, vibrant, caring Jewish Community led by Rabbi Heidi Coretz. We love to celebrate with our Temple family. Whether sharing Shabbat and holiday services, life cycle events or socializing or learning together, we value Judaism and our special community. We offer lovely, spiritual Shabbat and holiday services, Bar/Bat Mitzvah celebrations, family learning, adult learning and plenty of fun programs for all of our members.
Temple Beth Emeth (Reform)
306 North Rusk, Sherman, TX 75090
Temple Emanu-El (Reform)
8500 Hillcrest, Dallas, TX 75225
214-706-0000 | 214-706-0025 (f)
firstname.lastname@example.org | www.tedallas.org
Founded: 1872 • Membership: 2,800 families
Temple Emanu-El is a vibrant Reform Jewish community that continually encounters and renews its commitment to G-d and the Jewish people through study, prayer and social justice.
Services: Daily minyan is at 8:15 am, Fridays are at 6 pm, 7:30 pm and 8:15 pm. Family Services and a Tot Shabbat are held once a month. Saturdays begin at 10:30 am. It is advisable to call ahead for Shabbat worship times. Activities: Regular programming for seniors, singles, young couples, families and youth; retreats, monthly mitzvah and advocacy opportunities, conversion program, visiting scholars, library book groups, interfaith outreach, brotherhood and sisterhood. Educational Programs: Preschool, religious school; a full schedule of Adult Education classes including Introduction to Judaism; Hebrew Instruction, Torah and Talmud classes.
Temple Shalom (Reform)
6930 Alpha, Dallas, TX 75240
972-661-1810 | 972-661-2636 (f)
email@example.com | www.templeshalomdallas.org
Founded: 1965 • Membership: 1,000 families
The mission of Temple Shalom is to enable all of its members to develop a relationship with G-d, Torah and the Jewish people through communal worship, study and assembly. Temple Shalom functions in an inclusive and egalitarian atmosphere. Visitors are cordially welcomed. Services: Friday evening services begin at 6:30 pm, and are preceded by a wine and cheese Oneg at 6 pm. The second Friday of the month also features a Tot Shabbat service at 6 pm. Families are invited to bring their own dinner and eat in community following the Tot service. Shabbat morning services are held at 10:30 am. Festival services throughout the year begin at 7:30 pm. Join us for any or all! Activities: Sisterhood, Brotherhood, and preschool parent teachers organization, Torah study and Rabbinic literature classes, women's spirituality workshops, social action projects, book reviews, young adult group, Havurahs, Outreach (interfaith couples), critical issue forums and ongoing adult education programs are available. On premises is Traditions, a Judaic gift shop. Educational Programs: Religious school program for kindergarten through high school ages; parent-toddler program; Bar/Bat Mitzvah; Confirmation; Post-Confirmation and several youth group programs. Preschool begins with one-year olds and goes through kindergarten, daycare begins at 7:30 am and children may stay until 6 pm. Afternoon enrichment programs and summer camp are available. There is an adult and youth choir. Musical and fine arts programs are held throughout the year.