Congregation Ahavath Sholom
4050 S. Hulen St.
Fort Worth, TX 76109
Phone: 817-731-4721
Fax: 817-731-4724
Andrew D. Bloom, Rabbi
Jeffrey Weber, Hazzan
Michael Linn, Executive Director

in 1892, Congregation Ahavath Sholom is the largest and only
Conservative synagogue in Fort Worth and Tarrant County. Shabbat
services, daily minyanim, religious school, youth programming, a mikvah
and a cemetery are among the services we offer. Adult education classes
are offered and well-attended.
We are a warm and nurturing congregation, a family of families.

Congregation Anshai Torah
5501 W. Parker Road
Plano, TX 75093
Phone: 972-473-7718
Fax: 972-473-7714
Stefan Weinberg, Rabbi
Michael Kushnick, Rabbi

Anshai Torah is a young, vibrant congregation that serves the needs of
Plano and the northern sector of the Dallas Metroplex by promoting “Klal
Yisrael” — unity of the Jewish people — as we instill traditional
Jewish values with a contemporary, progressive sensitivity. We have an
energetic, broad-based lay leadership who are involved in all facets of
the shul, encouraging participation at every level of the synagogue’s
structure. Kabbalat Shabbat service 6:30 p.m.; Shabbat morning service
9:30 a.m.; twice-daily minyanim Monday through Friday. Congregation
Anshai Torah is affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative

Congregation Beth Torah
720 W. Lookout Drive
Richardson, TX 75080
Phone: 972-234-1542
Fax: 972-783-1463
Elana Zelony, Rabbi
Lynda Markowitz, President

Torah is an egalitarian, participatory synagogue serving Dallas and its
northern suburbs. Our community embraces people of all ages,
backgrounds and experiences, who are united in their commitment to the
study of Torah, mitzvot, spirited prayer and support for Israel and Jews
throughout the world.

Congregation Nishmat Am
2113 W. Spring Creek Pkwy.

Plano, TX 75023-4521
Phone: 972-618-2200
Fax: 972-618-2216
Yitzchak Cohen, Rabbi
Jacob Cohen, Cantor
Allen Landerman, President
Stanley Siegel, Executive Director

Nishmat Am is a vibrant synagogue and outreach center combining
tradition and innovation. Services are held every Shabbat and on Jewish
holidays. Religious School on Sunday mornings for PreK-High School
(tuition free for members); adult education; and social programs.

Congregation Shearith Israel
9401 Douglas Ave.
Dallas, TX 75225
Phone: 214-361-6606
Ari Sunshine, Senior Rabbi
Adam Roffman, Rabbi
Shira Wallach, Rabbi
Itzhak Zhrebker, Hazzan
Avi Mitzner, Ritual and Cemetery Director
Kim West, Chief Operating Officer
Katie Babin, Director of Membership and Programming
Julia Carpenter, Director of Communications
Sarah Lipinsky, Director of Education
Shirley Davidoff, Congregation President

Shearith Israel strives to be a vibrant, supportive and welcoming
community fostering relationships with one another and Torah and
engaging meaningfully in a dynamic Conservative Judaism. Along with our
historic Douglas Avenue location, we offer Friday night and High Holy
Day services and special events at Beit Aryeh at The Ann and Nate Levine

Congregation Shearith Israel North — Beit Aryeh
18011 Hillcrest Road
Dallas, TX 75252
Phone: 214-361-6606
Ari Sunshine, Senior Rabbi
Adam Roffman, Rabbi
Shira Wallach, Rabbi
Itzhak Zhrebker, Hazzan
Avi Mitzner, Ritual and Cemetery Director

Aryeh, a satellite of Congregation Shearith Israel located inside The
Ann and Nate Levine Academy at Hillcrest and Frankford, serves the
Jewish community of Far North Dallas and Collin County with High Holy
Day services, Friday night services and engaging programs for all ages
throughout the year.

Irving Havurah
1832 Cooper Drive
Irving, TX 75061
Phone: 214-293-6515
Frank Joseph, Rabbi

Havurah is a community synagogue committed to fulfilling the spiritual
and educational needs of the entire community from the liberal to the
more traditional. Irving Havurah provides Shabbat, Festival and High
Holy Day services, Torah studies, b’nai mitzvah, conversion and adult
education classes.

Kehillat Chaverim
6632 Crestland Ave.
Dallas, TX 75252
Phone: 972-403-0473
Iris Sheppard, President

Chaverim is an independent, egalitarian minyan with services on
Shabbat, the High Holidays and Yom Tov. We daven in a dedicated,
privately accessed space in a private home in Far North Dallas. Our
vibrant community welcomes all newcomers.


Chabad Lubavitch of Fort Worth & Tarrant County
5659 Woodway Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76133
Phone: 817-263-7701
Dov Mandel, Rabbi

Shabbat, Friday nights at 7 p.m.; Shacharit, Shabbat mornings at 10
a.m. We are the local branch of the worldwide Chabad movement. Through
unconditional love and acceptance of every single Jew, we hope to
educate and inspire greater commitment to the timeless traditions of

Chabad of Dallas – The Shul
Dallas, TX 75252
Phone: 972-818-0770
Mendel Dubrawsky, Rabbi
Moshe Naparstek, Rabbi

of Dallas is the pioneer Jewish outreach organization. Part of the
worldwide Chabad-Lubavitch organization, with 2,400-plus centers in
60-plus countries, our mission is to reach out to Jewish people and help
them realize a living Jewish experience through education, spiritual
and social services. We champion Jewish continuity!

Chabad of Frisco
P.O. Box 2772
Frisco, TX 75034
Phone: 214-460-7773
Mendy Kesselman, Rabbi

of Frisco is a center for Jewish life and learning. We are a warm and
welcoming community, a place that every Jew can call home. We offer a
Hebrew school, family Holiday programs, Adult Education, Synagogue
services and are committed to helping every person in any way we can.

Chabad of Plano
3904 W. Park Blvd.
Plano, TX 75075
Phone: 972-596-8270
Fax: 972-769-7554
Menachem Block, Rabbi
Yehudah Horowitz, Rabbi

of Plano/Collin County has been “A Home for Jewish Life and Learning”
for 28 years and is a branch of the worldwide Chabad Lubavitch movement.
Our services are warm and welcoming.
At the Lang Chabad Center, we
offer complete synagogue services, bar and bat mitzvah training, junior
congregation, adult education, youth programming, Hebrew school and
community holiday celebrations.
Families and singles from every walk of Jewish life are welcome to participate in and join our growing synagogue.

Chabad of Preston Hollow
Phone: 972-897-8801
Levi Dubrawsky, Rabbi

Dallas’ newest Chabad offering synagogue services and Jewish education. Call for times and dates.

Chabad of Southlake
Southlake, TX
Phone: 817-451-1171
Levi Gurevitch, Rabbi

in 2008, Chabad of Southlake(Arlington) is a hub of Jewish spirituality
and social activities for all Jews regardless of background or

Congregation Ohev Shalom
6821 McCallum Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75252
Phone: 972-380-1292
Aryeh Rodin, Rabbi

Shalom was founded with the purpose of exposing the timeless truths of
our beautiful heritage to our fellow Jews. We have a daily minyan three
times a day in addition to our regular Shabbos and holiday services. We
offer multileveled adult education classes and exciting activities for
our youth.

Congregation Ohr HaTorah
6324 Churchill Way
Dallas, TX 75230
Phone: 972-404-8980
Fax: 972-404-8989
Aryeh Feigenbaum, Rabbi

Ohr HaTorah is a friendly Orthodox synagogue offering daily services
and a full range of social and youth programming. Membership includes
several hundred families of a variety of backgrounds and levels of
observance. Ohr HaTorah has a popular “Learner’s Service” which meets
each Shabbat morning at 10 a.m.

Congregation Shaare Tefilla
6131 Churchill Way
Dallas, TX 75230
Phone: 972-661-0127
Ariel Rackovsky, Rabbi
Joe Ravitsky, President

Rovinsky Mirsky, Executive Director]Shaare Tefilla is a vibrant
Orthodox congregation that engages the modern world through the prism of
Torah and tradition. In addition to services, we offer engaging youth
programming, adult education and special events. Guests are always
welcome; our hospitality rotation ensures that there is always a spot
for you at a Shabbat table. Now in our new and inspired building, the
members of Shaare Tefilla take pride in making sure all who walk through
our doors feel a sense of belonging.

Congregation Toras Chaim
7103 Mumford Court
Dallas, TX 75252
Phone: 972-835-6016
Yaakov Rich, Rabbi

mission of Congregation Toras Chaim is to support individual, family,
and community growth by providing access to meaningful prayer and a high
level of Torah learning in an environment that is warm and accepting.

DATA of Plano
3251 Independence Pkwy.
Plano, TX 75075
Phone: 970-402-2281
Fax: 214-987-1764
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Rabbi Nasanya Zakon, Director

of Plano is an inclusive synagogue and Jewish engagement center,
providing comprehensive programming to educate and inspire the entire
family. Our relaxed culture and warm community welcome Jews of all
backgrounds and serves as your ideal hub for Jewish learning and
personalized growth.
Stop by today and feel the energy!

Jewish Learning Center of Far North Dallas
7130 Campbell Road, Suite 204
Dallas, TX 75248
Phone: 214-724-1007
Fax: 214-987-1764f

Rabbi Shlomo & Mrs. Hudy Abrams, Directors
synagogue and community offers weekly services as well as our
traditional and learner’s Shabbat services. We also offer simultaneous
Shabbat programming for children of all ages and a delicious Kiddush
following services. Our Learning Center offers weekly classes on a range
of topics for adults, children and teens.

Sephardic Torah Center of Dallas
6715 Levelland Road
Dallas, TX 75252
Phone: 917-678-0385
Zecharia Sionit, Rabbi, Founder,
Spiritual Leader

and learning center, offering prayer services, Torah classes, and many
other programs to the entire DFW Jewish community. Warm and friendly
environment, poised to reach people with diverse religious and cultural
backgrounds. Prayers are conducted in accordance with our rich Sephardic
traditions of music and ritual.

Young Israel of Dallas
6504 Dykes Way
Dallas, TX 75230
Phone: 214-774-9223
Ronen Shimon, Rabbi
Hai Simhon, President

Sephardi-Israeli congregation with services daily as well as on Shabbat and Yomim Tovim.


Adat Chaverim
6300 Independence Pkwy., Suite A
Plano, TX 75023
Phone: 972-491-5917
Benjamin D. Sternman, Rabbi
Terry Sigle, President

We at Adat Chaverim, a Reform Jewish Congregation and a “community of friends” are dedicated to:
•Living by the enduring principles of Torah and Reform Judaism,
•Developing relationships with God through education, study and communal worship,
•Supporting individuals and families in their diversity to ensure the continuity of the Jewish People,
•Caring for each other, our North Texas community and the State of Israel, and
•Furthering tikkun olam, the healing of the world.

Beth-El Congregation
4900 Briarhaven Road
Fort Worth, TX 76109
Phone: 817-332-7141
Fax: 817-332-7157
Brian Zimmerman, Senior Rabbi
Ralph Mecklenburger, Rabbi Emeritus

is a vibrant Reform synagogue serving Tarrant County. We offer a full
range of worship services, an engaging religious school with a focus on
experiential learning, cultural classes and year-round social events.
Ongoing activities include family programming, adult Hebrew classes,
film festivals, book clubs and Sunday morning adult education classes.
Our affiliate groups include Brotherhood, Sisterhood, youth groups for
kids from preschool age through grade 12, and an active seniors’ group.
Come and be a part of the learning and fun.

Congregation Beth El Binah
11211 Preston Road
Dallas, TX  75230
Don Croll, Cantor
Joshua Manes, President

El Binah, a Reform congregation, welcomes everyone. While we were
founded as a synagogue with an outreach to the LGBTQ Jewish community,
we now have a diverse membership reflecting the changing demographics of
our community. We meet the second and fourth Fridays of the month.

Congregation Beth Emeth
306 N. Rusk
Sherman, TX 75090
Phone: 903-892-9326
Andy Faber, President

Reform Congregation serving Grayson, Fannin, Cooke and Lamar counties in Texas and Bryan County in Oklahoma.

Congregation Beth Israel
6100 Pleasant Run Road
Colleyville, TX 76034
Phone: 817-581-5500
Fax: 817-581-5550
Charlie Cytron-Walker, Rabbi
Meredith Arms, President

your spiritual home with us! Congregation Beth Israel is a Reform
congregation in Northeast Tarrant County offering a welcoming place to
come together as a community. We embrace the diversity of our members
and encourage active participation. Join us for a service or contact us
to learn more.

Congregation Beth Shalom
1212 Thannisch Drive
Arlington, TX 76011
Phone: 817-860-5448
Fax: 817-276-9073
Cantor Sheri Allen
Stuart Snow, President
Thressa Lobel, Executive Assistant

Beth Shalom is affiliated with the Union of Reform Judaism. Our
services tend to reflect a mix between the Reform and Conservative
movements, matching the diverse backgrounds of our members.

Congregation Kol Ami
1887 Timber Creek Road
Flower Mound, TX 75028-1145
Phone: 972-539-1938
Fax: 972-874-1299
Geoffrey Dennis, Rabbi
Bob Lennard, Office Manager

the Jewish heart of Denton County: We celebrate tradition, encourage
spirituality and welcome diversity. CKA is for all Jews and all who
support Judaism. CKA has a pre-K-to-11 religious school, award-winning
adult education programming, dynamic youth groups, holiday and social

Congregation Ner Tamid
751 Hebron Pkwy., Suite 340
Lewisville, TX 75057
Phone: 972-416-9738
Cantor Patti Turner, Para Rabbi
Randy Friedberg, President

Ner Tamid is dedicated to preserving and strengthening Jewish values
through worship, education and community service. We offer an atmosphere
of warm involvement and welcome all families and individuals interested
in participating in our community. We interpret and practice Reform
Judaism according to the URJ movement and embrace their principles.

Shir Tikvah
Services held at 7700 Main St.
Frisco, TX 75034
Mailing Address: 8992 Preston Road, Ste. #110-259
Frisco, TX 75034
Phone: 469-269-0718
Heidi Coretz, Rabbi
Marian Neleson, President

Tikvah is a warm, welcoming, Jewish community that brings inspiration
and meaning to our members’ lives. Join us for worship, holiday
celebrations, hands on learning, and social programs. We offer an
engaging family education program for pre-K and up plus Bar/Bat Mitzvah
celebrations. We gladly welcome Interfaith families.

Temple Beth-El
208 S. 15th St.
Corsicana, TX 75110
Phone: 214-293-6515

Joseph, Rabbi
Temple Beth-El is a community synagogue committed to
fulfilling the spiritual and educational needs of the entire community
from the liberal to the more traditional. Temple Beth-El holds monthly
Shabbat services. Bar and bat mitzvah and conversion instruction can be
arranged with the rabbi.

Temple Emanu-El
8500 Hillcrest Road
Dallas, TX 75225
Phone: 214-706-0000
Fax: 214-706-0025
Rabbi David Stern
Rabbi Debra J. Robbins
Rabbi Kimberly Herzog Cohen
Rabbi Daniel Utley
Rabbi Amy Ross, Director of Learning and Innovation
Cantor Vicky Glikin
Cantor Leslie Niren

a part of our warm, vibrant and inclusive community, devoted to
connecting with one another, our community and with God. There are no
barriers to participation, regardless of ability to pay.
Prayer: Our
main worship services are held at 6:15 p.m. Friday nights and 10:30 a.m.
Saturday mornings, along with many opportunities throughout the year
for family prayer. Evening services featuring classical Reform worship
are held six times per year. A morning minyan is held Sunday-Friday at
8:15 a.m.
Learning and Spirituality: Temple offers a rich variety of
learning opportunities for children and adults, including Hebrew, Torah,
Talmud, Mussar, yoga, music and meditation. Renowned Jewish scholars
visit regularly, and provocative seminars are held on important issues
of the day.
Social Justice: Temple has been a force for change in
Dallas and beyond since its inception. Today we have ongoing
partnerships with the Vickery Meadow neighborhood and 18 other
organizations in the Dallas area. We are involved in advocacy work
around the areas of hunger and food insecurity, LGBTQ equality and
immigration justice.
Interfaith: Temple Emanu-El welcomes interfaith
couples, families and children of intermarriage. Educational, social and
small group experiences help cultivate a positive connection to Jewish
life. Programs include Navigating the Religion Decision and various
parenting and grandparenting circles. Our clergy work with interfaith
couples and families on lifecycle events.
Small Groups: The Sh’ma
Emanu-El small group initiative helps big feel small. It deepens
people’s connection to others who share similar interests and life
stages, elevates the soul and repairs the world, and enables
participants to share Jewish experiences, conversations and celebrations
that motivate them to live meaningful Jewish lives.
LGBTQ: Temple
Emanu-El is an open, inclusive and welcoming community to all. The
congregation advocates on behalf of the LGBTQ comunity, and against any
legislation that targets its rights. Temple participates in the Dallas
Pride Festival and sponsors an Interfaith Pride Shabbat with other local

Temple Shalom
6930 Alpha Road
Dallas, TX 75240
Phone: 972-661-1810
Fax: 972-661-2636
Andrew M. Paley, Senior Rabbi
Devorah G. Avery, Cantor
Kenneth D. Roseman, Rabbi Emeritus
Don Alan Croll, Cantor Emeritus
Rodney Schlosser, President
Steve Lewis, Executive Director

Shalom is a warm, inclusive congregation connecting families, friends
and futures offering dynamic programming for all ages. We function in an
egalitarian atmosphere and inspire in our congregation an enduring
relationship with God, Torah, Israel and the Jewish people through
worship, study, gathering and community service.

Sephardi Israeli

Congregation Achdut Israel
5821 McShann Road
Dallas, TX 75230
Phone: 972-877-4881
Binyamin E. Terenyo, Rabbi
Ofer Abramov, President

Services: Shacharit, Sunday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. Mincha and Arvit 7 p.m. Shabbat: Friday 7 p.m., Morning 10 a.m.


Magen David Congregation
17631 Hillcrest Road
Dallas, TX 75252
Phone: 972-386-7166
Cell: 469-867-7584
David Moyal, Rabbi

David Congregation is a vibrant Sephardic congregation located in the
heart of North Dallas. Our full-time spiritual leader and certified
Dayan, Rabbi David Moyal, leads our beautiful Friday night melodies and
our spiritually filled Shabbat services. Daily morning services are also
offered. Call for class information.


Chavurah Zohar Yisrael
701 Forest Park Place
Grand Prairie, TX 75104
Phone: 347-829-6427

in 2007, Chavurah Zohar Yisrael is a small (35 families) 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.).
Kabbalat Shabbat Services and Shacharit Services held bi-monthly. Visit
website for details. Educational programs include bar/bat mitzvah
training, Hebrew classes and basic Judaism classes.

Tiferet Israel Congregation
10909 Hillcrest Road
Dallas, TX 75230
Phone: 214-691-3611
Fax: 214-361-0011
Shawn Zell, Rabbi
Stuart Roosth, President

Israel embraces Jewish tradition, Torah and mitzvot, with services led
from the RCA Prayer Book. We welcome all for a meaningful Jewish
experience, regardless of background. Our facilities include: 400-seat
sanctuary ,100-seat chapel, (Separate or mixed seating)  kosher
kitchens, bridal room, banquet hall with stage and reception areas.