Congregation Ahavath Sholom facilities are both in and around our synagogue building, and at the CAS Cemetery.
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.
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.
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. See Catering for more information.
Hours: Sundays, 9:30 am — 12:00 noon
when Religious School is in session
Other times by appointment
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. See Gift Shop for more information and photos.
The Rose & Al Sankary Computer Lab opened in January, 2009. It is used by religious school students and members of the community
The library is used for classes, meetings, tutoring, youth services, and more.
The mikvah is used for conversions and by individual appointment.
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.