Let this booklet guide you through the High Holy Days with your children with helpful suggestions for conversation points, activities, crafts and ways to make the days interesting and relevant to kids and teens of all ages.
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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. Our membership reflects a variety of Jewish backgrounds and cultural experiences, united
by our love of Torah and respect for traditional prayer. We are bound by the dynamic forces of Jewish law and history and share a commitment to Jewish life through celebration, worship, education, and social action. Together, we preserve a precious legacy from the generations that preceded us and to all generations that follow.
We offer shabbat and festival services, daily Minyanim, morning and evening. Our religious services are conducted using the traditional, unabridged Hebrew liturgy. We are currently in a process of expanding the active roles that women may play in the congregation's ritual practice.
The congregation reflects a wide demographic range- singles, young marrieds, preschool families, day school and Hebrew school families, as well as empty-nesters and seniors. We strive to make all congregants feel welcome.
We are a dynamic and growing congregation. We welcome you to join us and become an active part of our B'nai Torah community.
B'nai Torah also houses the mikvah used for Conservative and Reform conversions in the Atlanta metro area.