Interactive Shabbat services are now being held via Zoom. Contact CAS if you need access info.
Weekday Sanctuary Minyan Services
CAS is holding in-person services each weekday in the sanctuary. Morning services are Monday-Friday at 6:55 AM. Evening services are Monday-Thursday at 6 PM.
In-person attendees must sign in, remain masked, and maintain social/physical distance.
These services are also streamed via Facebook and Zoom, and available on this site.
Rockin' Ruach - Friday, April 23, 6 PM
Join Rabbi Bloom, Hazzan Weber, and The Neshama Band at 6 PM Friday, April 23 for a Rockin' Ruach! NOTE: Due to the forecast for rain, the service has been moved to the sanctuary.
Enjoy Kabbalat Shabbat services and see your friends!
CAS Learning & Engagement Center Schedule
Second semester classes continue on April 25 and May 2, 9, 16, and 23.
See the LEC page for the online registration forms.
Shabbat and Holiday Times
Weekday Torah Readings
See the Minyan page for the weekday Torah readings, chanted by Hazzan Weber.
Coffee Under the Canopy - Sunday, May 2, 9 AM
Join your friends under the canopy on the bricks for coffee talk from 9-10 AM.
LEC Open House - Sunday, May 2, 9:30 AM
On May 2, the LEC students will work on a beautiful Mother's Day project. Parents are invited to enjoy coffee and "schmoozing" under the canopy outside or have some free time to themselves.
Needles and Nosh Outside - Sunday, May 2, 10 AM to 12 PM
Bring your needlework and lawn chair and join Marti Herman for some "Needles and Nosh" at 10 AM under the canopy on the bricks.
Even if you don't knit, enjoy catching up with friends while enjoying the beautiful weather.
"The Jewish Experience in the USA and Fort Worth: Matzo and Chicken Fried Steak" - Sunday, May 2, 4 PM to 5 PM
Join B'nai B'rith for a virtual panel presentation on Sunday, May 2 with Daniel Mariaschin, CEO of B'nai B'rith International; Robert Chicotsky, Isadore Garsek Lodge; and Gerald Zenick, Isadore Garsek Lodge. See emails for Zoom link.
Ladies' Auxiliary Book Club: Sunday, May 23, 10:30 AM
We are reading The Engineer's Wife, by Tracey Enerson Wood.
She built the Brooklyn Bridge, so why don't you know her name? Emily Roebling built a monument for all time. Then she was lost in its shadow. Discover the fascinating woman who helped design and construct the Brooklyn Bridge.
Emily's fight for women's suffrage is put on hold, and her life transformed when her husband Washington Roebling, the Chief Engineer of the Brooklyn Bridge, is injured on the job. Untrained for the task, but under his guidance, she assumes his role, despite stern resistance and overwhelming obstacles. But as the project takes shape under Emily's direction, she wonders whose legacy she is building—hers, or her husband's. As the monument rises, Emily's marriage, principles, and identity threaten to collapse. When the bridge finally stands finished, will she recognize the woman who built it?
Zoom Information will be available at a later date. Please watch the CAS weekly email for updates.
"Every assembly whose purpose is to serve God will in the end be established" (Pirkei Avot 4:14)
Our synagogue is dedicated to warm, personal and moving worship, as well as innovative and integrative educational classes and activities for both adults and children.
We further are committed to integrating all of our members into a warm and caring community based around the philosophy of "all Israel (in this case our community) being responsible one for each other." (Babylonian Talmud, Shavuot 39a)
I have no doubt that you will quickly feel at home within our social, religious, educational and communal activities. — Rabbi Andrew Bloom