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Rabbi Anat Moskowitz
Tashlich update
Mission Statement
Shabbat services on Friday night
Celebrating the holidays as a community.

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.


Congregation B'nai Torah embraces interfaith families. We strongly encourage the non-Jewish spouse/partner to participate in all aspects of our community. At Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, the non-Jewish parent is just as involved with the service as the Jewish parent. A strong community makes a stronger connection to Judaism.


Ritual Committee – Plans community observances and celebrations of Jewish holidays and Shabbat.

Social Action / Mitzvah Committee – Organizes community social action projects and community responses to members in need.

Our community is actively involved with fulfilling the mitzvah of tikkun olam, repairing the world. Not only do these project help others, they are also a good way for our members to get to know each other. Recent projects have included:

• Assisting congregants with rides, meals, housecleaning, running errands and child care during times of need such as a death in the family or illness;
• Hosting monthly community dinners open to the public at Westminster Presbyterian Church;
• Habitat for Humanity build days;
• Cleaning up fall leaves for seniors;
• Making plates of cookies and delivering them to area fire and police stations, assisted living facilities and elderly neighbors and relatives;
• Helping sort clothing donations for flood victims; and
• Volunteering at the Step Out: Walk for Diabetes walk in Denver.

Communications – Oversee publicity of community events and the publication of the newsletter.

Social Committee – Plans social events for children, families and adults.

Education Committee – Responsible for religious school, adult education and intergenerational programming. 

Membership & Outreach Committee – Is in charge of welcoming new members and in helping new and/or potential members feel welcome.

Fundraising Committee – In charge of fundraising events such as dinners, auctions, etc.

Book Group

CBT's book group meets on the first Saturday of every other month to discuss a current book over a potluck dinner. The reading list is chosen based on members' recommendations and must have a Jewish author, Jewish character and/or Jewish theme and must have been written in the past five years. Since 2000, the book group has read a variety of books and the informal discussions are fun whether or not you're read the book. 

Reading List:

Jan 6, 2018 - The Paris Architect by Charles Belfoure

Mar 3, 2018 - The Secret Chord by Geraldine Brooks

May 5, 2018 - The Lilac Girls by Martha Kelly

July 7, 2018 - The Ritual Bath by Faye Kellerman

Aug 25, 2018 - Broken for You by Stephanie Kallos

Nov 3, 2018 -  Mr. Penumbra’s 24-hour Bookstoreby Robin Sloan

Jan 5, 2019 - Washing the Dead by Michelle Brafman

Mar 2, 2019 - No Better Friend by Robert Weintraub

May 4, 2019 - Two Family House by Lynda Loigman

July 6, 2019 - The Thread by Victoria Hislop

Recently Books:

November 4, 2017 - Caleb's Crossing by Geraldine Brooks

September 9, 2017 - The Muralist by B. A. Shapiro

July 1, 2017 - The Sisters Weiss by Naomi Ragen

May 6, 2017 - The Marriage Opposites by Alice Hoffman

February 25, 2017 - Behind Enemy Lines by Marthe Corn

January 7, 2017 - The Boys in the Boat by Daniel James Brown 

Book Club recommendations:

The Ladies Auxilliary by Tova Mirvas

As a Driven Leaf by Milton Steinberg

The Red Tent by Anita Diamant

The Israelis: Ordinary People in an Extraordinary Land by Donna Rosenthal

Journey from the Land of No by Roya Hakakian

The Last Jew by Noah Gordon

The Last Kabbalist of Lisbon by Richard Zimmler

This is a Soul by Marilyn Berger


About Us

Congregation B'nai Torah serves an inclusive Reform Jewish Community dedicated to learning, teaching and living a Jewish way of life. Our membership is diverse in age and background allowing us to be dynamic, innovative and flexible. We welcome interfaith families and value the active participation of our members in our educational, ritual, and social life. Congregation B'nai Torah serves the northwest Denver metro area. 

Upcoming Events

01/21/18 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Religious School
01/21/18 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Board Meeting
01/21/18 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm
PJ Library parents and tots
01/26/18 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Shabbat Services - Shabbat Shira
01/28/18 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Religious School