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Congregation Beth Torah is a welcoming, Conservative synagogue community. We inspire the lifelong Jewish journeys of individuals and families by promoting active participation in Jewish life and learning.

Who We Are

We hope this website will introduce you to the spectrum of dynamic Jewish life in our synagogue.

Congregation Beth Torah is an active, participatory Conservative synagogue serving the Jewish community of Richardson, Plano, north Dallas, as well as Allen, Frisco, McKinney and other areas throughout the Metroplex. Our synagogue community embraces people of diverse backgrounds and experiences, who are united in their commitment to the study of Torah, the pursuit of mitzvot and deeds of loving kindness, spirited prayer, support for the State of Israel and Jews throughout the world.

Congregation Beth Torah supports an array of activities for all ages, and we are known for our devotion to "hachnasat orchim," welcoming everyone within our community. Enjoy your visit to this site, and please contact us for more information.

Rabbi Zelony’s High Holiday Sermons

Event Highlights


40 & Fabulous Birthday Bash!

Featuring our own Mark Kreditor presenting “A Musical Satire”
Paul Utay & Jazz, After All
Hors d’oeuvres and Desserts

Talk & Taste of Israel

Israel Action Committee invites you for an Israeli Style Kiddush to be followed by an informative update by Gil Elan, President and CEO of SouthWest Jewish Congress. Mr. Elan will share the most current information on Israeli affairs and events.

Talk & Taste of Israel

Israel Action Committee invites you to an Israeli Style Kiddush followed by an informative presentation by Ms. Clare Freeman, President and CEO of the Texas- Israel Chamber of Commerce. Ms. Freeman will discuss commercial relations between Texas and Israel , how the group works and their joint business ventures.

Karen Leynor Mitzvah Day

Sunday, April 26, 2015 is our 10th annual Karen Leynor Mitzvah Day to honor and remember Karen Leynor, the wife of our former Rabbi Jeffrey Leynor. Karen died tragically at the age of 39 from a brain aneurism. She was a social worker who truly enjoyed helping people.

Membership Info

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Candle Lighting

Upcoming Events


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High Holiday Service Schedule

CLICK HERE to see our schedule of services for the High Holidays. Contact Lou Kaiser, the Assistant Treasurer (972-234-1542 x270), for any questions about tickets and/or your membership status with us.

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