Large enough to serve you, small enough to know you


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.

Upcoming Events

Event Highlights


Becoming A Love and Logic Parent

Congregation Beth Torah presents our own Debbie Wills, a Love and Logic facilitator who has facilitated classes for over 10 years and will now help you have fun with parenting.

You will learn practical skills designed to address challenging situations and some easy-to-learn tips for how to guide your children to be responsible and independent!


Reading of the Names

Sponsored by Congregation Beth Torah Men’s Club, the 24-hour Reading of the Names is an annual event in which volunteers sign up in 15 minute increments to read the names of those perished in the Holocaust. The names are read continuously for 24 hours.


Take Me Out to the Frisco Roughriders

Men’s Club 2nd Annual Family Day at Dr. Pepper Ballpark in Frisco
Sunday, May 4, 2014, 12:30 pm tailgate, 2:05 pm first pitch
Tickets $10

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.

Candle Lighting

Annual Congregational Events

Karen Leynor Mitzvah Day

Usually held in the spring, this event brings together our entire congregation for a day to perform mitzvot. We usually offer over 20 different onsite and offsite projects to support those in need in the local Dallas community.

Mark A. Siegel Scholar-In-Residence

This annual event brings in a guest speaker for an entire weekend of activities and presentations. We strive to find thought provoking, educational and inspirational guests to teach and share throughout the weekend.

Reading of the Names

This annual program includes a 24-hour vigil in which we read the names of people who perished during the Holocaust. Congregants and community members are invited to sign up for a small time period to read aloud names.


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