Online Services: Shabbat Morning Service

The Shabbat morning service for Saturday, July 4 airs at 9:30 AM. Click on the arrow to see the video. Note: change the video quality to high definition for the best video (gear image > Quality > 1080p).

Below are two linked PDF files for the service:
Siddur Sim Shalom, pages 120-136
Siddur Sim Shalom, Kabbalat Shabbat

Live Minyan via Zoom:
Tuesdays, 8 AM

Contact the CAS office for the meeting ID and password for the live interactive morning minyan, held via Zoom on Tuesdays. Here's a photo.

Monday & Thursday Sanctuary Minyan Services

CAS is now holding in-person services each Monday and Thursday in the sanctuary, both morning (6:55 AM) and evening (6 PM). Social distancing is in effect. See the guidelines here.

These services are also streamed via YouTube, and available on this site. NOTE: No services will be held July 4, or on Shabbat until announced.

Job Opening: LEC Principal

Seeking creative, high-energy, multitasking individual to serve as Principal of Congregation Ahavath Sholom's growing Learning and Engagement Center (formerly known as the CAS Religious School).

This is a part-time position with flexible hours. Supervisory experience and familiarity with the curriculum supported by ISJL is preferred. Great students, parents, and faculty.

Contact search committee at edsearch@ahavathsholom.org or by phone at 817-731-4721.

CAS Needles & Nosh
Tuesday, July 7 — 7 PM
online via Zoom

Calling all yarn lovers from beginners to experts! Bring your work in progress. Zoom meeting ID and password sent via email, or contact the office for access. Host: Marti Herman.

Cowtown Clergy: Message of Peace

Rabbi Andrew Bloom and Rev. Lance McCune talk about the extraordinary act of peace between protestors and police in Fort Worth on Monday, June 1.

"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

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