Facilities

Con­gre­ga­tion Aha­vath Sholom facil­i­ties are both in & around our syn­a­gogue build­ing, and at the CAS Cemetery.

Zale Audi­to­rium
Brach­man Par­lor
Cater­ing
Gift Shop
Com­puter Lab
Library
Mik­vah
Ceme­tery
Gan Ahavath Sholom (Community Garden)

Zale Audi­to­rium
Zale Audi­to­rium is a large space suit­able for lunches, din­ners, or ban­quets. It is equipped with a com­pre­hen­sive audio-visual sys­tem that allows movies or com­puter pre­sen­ta­tions to be shown to a large group.

Brach­man Par­lor
The Brach­man Par­lor is a lovely space for small events. It can seat approx­i­mately 40 peo­ple for a seated din­ner, and is equipped with a com­pre­hen­sive audio-visual sys­tem that allows movies or com­puter pre­sen­ta­tions to be shown.

Cater­ing
Our syn­a­gogue oper­ates the only full-time kosher kitchen facil­ity in Fort Worth and Tar­rant County. In addi­tion to host­ing full kid­dush lunches after almost all Sat­ur­day morn­ing ser­vices, we offer a vari­ety of cater­ing ser­vices for bar/bat mitz­vahs, wed­dings, brit milah/baby nam­ings, anniver­saries, birth­days, and other cel­e­bra­tions, includ­ing “take-out” meals.

Gift Shop
Hours: Sun­days, 9:30 am — 12:00 noon
when Reli­gious School is in ses­sion
Other times by appointment

The CAS Gift Shop is run by the Ladies’ Aux­il­iary. And the friendly ladies of the gift shop aim to please!

The gift shop has items for every reli­gious occa­sion. We can help you with your bar and bat mitz­vah invi­ta­tions as well as for other occa­sions. We are also able to order any item for you which you might have seen in another publication.

We are open every Sun­day morn­ing that Reli­gious School is in ses­sion and are happy to make indi­vid­ual appoint­ments if desired.

The Ladies Aux­il­iary Gift Shop now has a gift reg­istry. If you have a spe­cial event (wed­ding, b’nai mitz­vah, anniver­sary) com­ing up, fill out the reg­istry and your friends and fam­ily will know exactly what to get you. Need to buy a present? Check with the gift shop to see if the per­son you are buy­ing for is registered.

We offer books, seder plates, chal­lah cov­ers, chal­lah plate and knife sets, mezuzah cases and parch­ments, greet­ing cards, invi­ta­tions, kip­pot, tallisim, can­dle­sticks, and beau­ti­ful Judaica gift items.

Indi­vid­ual items in stock may vary. Items may be special-ordered. Please allow ade­quate time for spe­cial orders to arrive.

Think of the CAS Ladies’ Aux­il­iary Gift Shop before all Jew­ish hol­i­days. We carry spe­cial items for Sukkot, Han­nukah, Purim, and Passover.

Stop by and see us any­time. The gift shop is located inside the syn­a­gogue, in the main hall­way between the office and the chapel.

Com­puter Lab
The Rose & Al Sankary Com­puter Lab opened in Jan­u­ary, 2009. It is used by reli­gious school stu­dents and mem­bers of the community

Library
The library is used for classes, meet­ings, tutor­ing, youth services, and more.

Mik­vah
The mikvah is used for conversions and by individual appointment.

Ceme­tery
The Con­gre­ga­tion Aha­vath Sholom Ceme­tery was estab­lished in 1909. It is a beau­ti­ful, well-maintained facil­ity in cen­tral Fort Worth, near the Cul­tural District.

The Korn­bleet Chapel, named in mem­ory of Larry Korn­bleet, is on the grounds of the ceme­tery. The chapel was ded­i­cated in 1988 and seats 100 peo­ple. It is used for funeral ser­vices as well as other reli­gious ser­vices per­tain­ing to the cemetery.

The Con­gre­ga­tion Aha­vath Sholom Ceme­tery hours are 7 AM to 7:30 PM, seven days a week. For more infor­ma­tion, please con­tact the CAS office at 817–731-4721.

Here is our Guide for Jewish Burial and Mourning, as edited by Rabbi Bloom.

Gan Ahavath Sholom (Community Garden)
Click on the slideshow link below to see the Nov. 11, 2012 groundbreaking for Gan Ahavath Sholom.

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