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Mock Israel Trip - April 29th
Sababa Rocks B'nai Torah - May 6th
Rabbi Anat Moskowitz
Tashlich update
Mission Statement
Shabbat services on Friday night
Celebrating the holidays as a community.

Mock Israel Trip - April 29th

On April 29th, we'll be taking our religious school on a pretend trip to Israel. We'll start at customs with our passports in hand, and move onto El Al Airlines, flight #5. We'll enjoy fallafel, and stops at the Western Wall and Massada.

Sababa Rocks B'nai Torah - May 6th

Tickets are: $10 donation / person ($15 at the door) $20 donation / family ($25 at the door) 13 and under: free

Rabbi Anat Moskowitz

Welcome to Congregation B'nai Torah. Please join us for services on the second and fourth Friday of each month. Guests are always welcome.

Tashlich update

Due to construction, we cannot have Tashlich at England Park. We will be carpooling to Wolff Run park at 76th & Sheridan. Parents must drive their own children unless arrangements have been made with the Rabbi. Please meet at the CBT parking lot at 1:25pm and we will all drive over. Thank you.

Mission Statement

Congregation B’nai Torah serves an inclusive Reform Jewish Community dedicated to learning, teaching and living a Jewish way of life. We are located in Westminster, Colorado. Our membership is diverse in age and background, allowing us to be dynamic, innovative and flexible. We welcome interfaith and non-traditional families and value the active participation of our members in our educational, ritual and social life. Everyone matters.

Shabbat services on Friday night

A small congregation with a BIG heart.

Celebrating the holidays as a community.

Lighting the menorahs.

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Worship

The service on the 2nd Friday of each month at 7:00 PM is led by our Rabbi and is an interactive and participatory celebration. We release the cares of the week and welcome in the joy of a Shabbat celebrated with family and friends. With worship, stories and study we strengthen our bonds to each other, our traditions, and our G-d. 

The fourth Friday services will be led either by the Rabbi or by a lay member of the congregation. This service is intended to be participatory and involves lively discussion of Torah and current topics. The services are followed by an Oneg Shabbat of refreshments and socializing. 

Upcoming Events

02/25/18 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Religious School
02/25/18 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Board Meeting
03/04/18 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Mah-Jong
03/04/18 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Religious School - Purim