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.
B’nai Torah was founded in 1981 and over the years has grown into a community filled with members of all ages and Jewish backgrounds. As our synagogue grows, we strive to maintain an atmosphere where all are welcome and comfortable. We have programs and services to serve all ages and segments of our population. United by our love of Torah and respect for traditional prayer, our congregation is ready to welcome all Jews looking for a spiritual home. 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 for all generations that follow.
We offer Shabbat and festival services as well as 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.
Congregation B’nai Torah offers a full and constantly expanding programming to meet the needs of all members. We have a thriving religious school, preschool and a wide range of adult education classes. We also have a variety of social functions aimed at everyone from youth groups, young single adults all the way to an active seniors group and offerings for everyone in-between.
With two full-time Rabbis, we are able to ensure that all of our congregants needs are met, whether they are simchas or sadness.
We strive to make all who enter our doors feel at home. We are a dynamic and growing congregation. We welcome you to join us and become an active part of our B'nai Torah community.
Friday Night Services
Saturday Morning Services
(for children services and times click here)
Saturday Mincha Services
* Saturday Afternoon Class
Following Saturday Mincha Services, please join the Rabbi's Torah Study Class