Online Services: Evening Service

The evening service for Tuesday, August 4 airs at 6 PM. Note: change the video quality to high definition for the best video (gear image > Quality > 1080p).

Below is a linked PDF file for the weekday evening service:
Siddur Sim Shalom, pages 120-136

Shabbat Services via Zoom:
Fridays and Saturdays

Interactive Shabbat services are now being held via Zoom. Contact CAS if you need meeting IDs or passwords.

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.

Brunch in a Box

Rich, Terri, and Maria are back in the kitchen. This time they are making Sunday brunch. The feast includes bagels, lox, mandel bread, bourekas, cream cheese, and strawberry soup!

The cost is $18 per box. Place your order by 3 PM Wednesday, August 5th. Orders may be picked up on August 9th between 9-10 am.

Order here, then pay online if you prefer.

CAS Learning & Engagement Center

Classes begin Sunday, Aug. 23 via Zoom. Time to see friends, learn Hebrew, connect with Israel, and more!

See the Learning & Engagement Center section for more information about curriculum, costs, etc.

Shabbat Interactive Zoom Services
Fri., Aug. 7 & Sat., Aug. 8

Join Rabbi Bloom and Hazzan Weber this Friday evening (Aug. 7) and Shabbat morning (Aug. 8) for Parashat Eikev as we celebrate the holiness of Shabbat together on Zoom.

See your friends, light candles together, hear the blessings of the Torah, and much more. An interactive Shabbat for one and all.

See emails for direct links for computers, as well as meeting IDs and passwords for mobile devices and tablets. Contact CAS if you are not on the email list and need these.

Q&A with Dr. Murray Cohen about COVID-19

On Thursday, July 9, we held a congregation-wide Zoom meeting with Dr. Murray Cohen. Dr. Cohen is a world-recognized expert in infectious diseases, and former president of Congregation Ahavath Sholom. We appreciated his time helping us sift fact from fiction about the coronavirus. Hear the audio recording of Dr. Cohen by clicking the arrow above.

Spirituality in Today's Stressful Times
Thursday, Aug. 6 — 1 PM
interactive discussion, online via Zoom

Mark your calendar to join Rabbi Bloom on Thursday, August 6th at 1 PM for a discussion about finding your spirituality in today's stressful times.

Let's Laugh Together!
Israel Through the Eyes of Comedian Benji Lovitt
Thursday, August 6 - 7 PM

Since making aliyah in 2006, comedian, educator, and Dallas native Benji Lovitt has performed for audiences around the world, including Hillels, Birthright Israel, Jewish Federations, JCCs, Masa Israel Journey, and more. His perspectives on Israel have been featured on TV and radio and in publications such as USA Today, Time Magazine, The Atlantic, BBC Radio, the Times of Israel, and more. During 2014's Operation Protective Edge, his humorous observations on the war led to his being called in Israel "the only reason to go on Facebook." His annual Yom Ha'atzmaut list of things he loves about Israel developed a huge following and he works regularly with Jewish organizations to promote Israel.

Sponsored in conjunction with the Southwest Jewish Congress, Hadassah, and Texans for a Safe Israel.

A free online program via Zoom. Register now.

"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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