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Our Synagogue

The spirit of Congregation B’nai Torah is as vibrant as the people who have made the synagogue their spiritual home.  As a flourishing, multi-generational, egalitarian congregation, B’nai Torah serves our members in many important ways.

B’nai Torah is a place for:

  • worship, where the principles of traditional Judaism are honored in an authentic and welcoming environment;
  • education, where we deepen our understanding of Judaism and make the tenets of our faith known to younger generations;
  • community, where we forge life-long friendships and gather for simchas that bind us in our faith.

B’nai Torah is blessed with active and engaged members, and in recent years a concerted effort has been made to expand programming for members of all generations. Throughout the week, B’nai Torah hosts:

  • A variety of opportunities for worship, including multiple Shabbat services for adults and children and two daily minyans;
  • Educational offerings for members of all ages, from our robust preschool and religious school, to Bar/Bat Mitzvah, adult and family education;
  • Activities that build community among members of our congregation and beyond, engaging the many peer groups – Sisterhood, Brotherhood, young couples, youth, and 40 North – that meet on a regular basis, frequently undertake social action projects, and have become a meeting hub for local Jewish groups;
  • Simchas and life-cycle events that are of central importance to our families

Community is an integral element of the Jewish faith, and it is fundamental to the strength of B’nai Torah.  From toddlers, teens and young families, to “40 Northers”, seniors and earliest members, together we all enrich the B’nai Torah community. We strive to make all who enter our doors feel at home and welcome you to join us. 

Congregation B'nai Torah is conveniently located in Sandy Springs, just north of Atlanta, Georgia, and is a member of the United Synagogue for Conservative Judaism

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