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Congregation 

Beth Israel  

OUR MISSION STATEMENT

Congregation Beth Israel is a welcoming Reform Jewish community that serves individuals and families in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area.  We are a home for spiritual awareness, education and growth.  We believe in interfaith inclusion and transforming Jewish isolation through engagement, participation and volunteerism.  Embracing the Jewish traditions of L’Dor V’Dor (linking generation to generation) and Tikkun Olam (repair the world) allows us to nurture meaningful relationships and a profound sense of belonging.

For the full text of the Mission & Value Statement, please refer to the "About us" tab in the upper left hand corner. 

WELCOME TO OUR CONGREGATION

During these current times, most of our events are presented online. Any service or event scheduled in person, will also be streamed, please feel free to join us. Our business office is open by phone Monday-Friday from 9:00-3:00. In person meetings are only available by scheduled appointment.

Notices and Coming Events 

CBI encourages everyone to get vaccinated as soon as they are eligible.
This will not only protect you from COVID-19, but the more people that are vaccinated will mean less variants and the sooner we can get together in person!

To register for a vaccination in Tarrant County, click HERE.
To register for a vaccination in Denton County click HERE.  

Arthur Moses Presents Harry Houdini

Congregation Ahavath Sholom is hosting a fascinating Zoom Houdini program on March 14th at 7:00pm.

Arthur Moses, a CAS member, is a well-recognized Houdini aficionado. 

Find more information about this mystical event, click HERE

Gift of Life is a nonprofit organization that saves the lives of patients battling blood cancers like leukemia by recruiting donors for the international blood stem cell and bone marrow registry. You're never obligated to donate, ​​​​​​and joining is as easy as requesting a free cheek swab kit by mail you don't even need to leave the house!

Giving blood stem cells is similar to donating platelets, while donating bone marrow requires a simple, minimally invasive outpatient surgery. You could be the match who saves somebody's life. In the spirit of Tukkun Olam, please consider registering HERE. If you have any questions please contact Olivia Zelling at  oliviapzelling@gmail.com.

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