Shabbat Morning Services - Saturday, April 10, 9:30 AM

Shabbat morning services begin at 9:30 AM on Saturday, April 10 in the CAS sanctuary, via Zoom meeting and on Facebook Live. The video stream above will go live at that time.

Siddur Sim Shalom for Shabbat and Festivals

Counting of the Omer began on Sunday, March 28 and continues for 49 days until Sunday, May 16.

Shabbat Services via Zoom:
Fridays and Saturdays

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.

Is Baseball The Jewish Sport? - Sunday, April 11, 2 PM

Batter up! You are invited to participate in an engaging Zoom program that makes the case that baseball is inherently "the" Jewish sport. Whether a die-hard or casual fan, you will enjoy Jonathan Lightman's fun, fact-filled presentation. Enjoy it from your front-row seat as Jonathan explores basebal's Jewish themes, both past, and present.

This program is sponsored by the Men's Club in cooperation with other Tarrant County Brotherhoods and the Jewish Federation of Fort Worth and Tarrant County. "We are excited to present this program," said Dan Sturman, Men's Club President. "We have scheduled it in the afternoon so the whole family can attend."

Sunday, April 11th
1:50 pm for the pre-game warm-up
2:00 pm for the first pitch
Register now.

CAS Learning & Engagement Center Schedule

Second semester classes continue on April 11, 18, and 25; and May 2, 9, 16, and 23.

See the LEC page for the online registration forms.

Ladies' Auxiliary Book Club: Sunday, April 18, 10:30 AM

We are reading The Four Winds, by Kristin Hannah. From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Nightingale and The Great Alone comes an epic novel of love and heroism and hope, set against the backdrop of one of America's most defining eras—the Great Depression.

Texas, 1934. Millions are out of work and drought has broken the Great Plains. Farmers are fighting to keep their land and their livelihoods as the crops are failing, the water is drying up, and dust threatens to bury them all. One of the darkest periods of the Great Depression, the Dust Bowl era, has arrived with a vengeance.

In this uncertain and dangerous time, Elsa Martinelli—like so many of her neighbors—must make an agonizing choice: fight for the land she loves or go west, to California, in search of a better life. The Four Winds is an indelible portrait of America and the American Dream, as seen through the eyes of one indomitable woman whose courage and sacrifice will come to define a generation.


Outdoor Rockin' Ruach - Friday, April 23, 6 PM

Join Rabbi Bloom, Hazzan Weber, and The Neshama Band at 6 PM Friday, April 23 for an outdoor Rockin' Ruach! Park and relax in the comfort of your car.

Enjoy Kabbalat Shabbat services and see your friends while enjoying the beautiful Texas weather (before it gets too hot). We'll see you in the parking lot!


"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.

"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

Connect on Facebook

On Facebook? You can connect with Congregation Ahavath Sholom, with Rabbi Andrew Bloom, and with Hazzan Jeffrey Weber. You can also connect with the Learning and Engagement Center and the CAS Ladies' Auxiliary.

Gift Shop

The CAS Gift Shop has items for every religious occasion, and a gift registry for upcoming special events.

Catering

We operate the only full-time kosher kitchen facility in Fort Worth and Tarrant County.

Cemetery

Need info? See our Guide for Jewish Burial and Mourning.

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