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The Co-Presidents would like to welcome you.

Dear Friends,

Thank you for your interest in Congregation B'nai Torah. We believe that as you visit and learn more about us, it will become clear that we are striving to create a unique and uplifting Jewish experience for all who join us. Please accept my invitation to join us for services, social or fundraising events, or educational programs.

As an egalitarian, progressive conservative Synagogue, we believe that we take into account the changing world and the realities in which we live, by progressive practices and thinking in our approach to synagogue life. We strive to have a positive impact, not just on our members, but also on our community as a whole. We encourage all to join, but also feel an obligation to serve non-members when their need arises. Any Jewish person and their family are welcome to worship at Congregation B'nai Torah anytime, including the High Holiday Services. Our goal is to make all who join feel welcome. We approach and attitudes toward the interfaith family. Non-Jewish spouses and children are welcome at B'nai Torah. We have a strong Religious School serving children from kindergarten, through Bar/Bat Mitzvah, to high school (Confirmation).

Being a young Synagogue, we may be lacking some of the physical amenities of an older or larger congregation. One of our challenges is to continue the intimacy and warmth that you will find here now as we work towards acquiring the physical facilities and the growth necessary to achieved them. We will be successful in that goal and we welcome you  on the journey!

If we may be of any help to you, or you have any questions, please feel free to contact us directly (673-0526), Charles or (672-0403) Irv or via the Synagogue Office (672-1174).

Thank you again for your interest.

Charles Moskowitz, Co-President                              

Irving Abel.              Co-President



Together We Honor G-d and Torah, Promote Spiritual Growth and Strengthen Our Community

2005 Congregation B'nai Torah, 403 N. Nova Road, Ormond Beach, FL 32174 (386) 672-1174