Congregation Ohr HaTorah


Established in January 1999 / Shevat 5759, the congregation chose the name Ohr HaTorah, which means “The Light of Torah”. Torah, of course, denotes the first five books of the Bible. But in a broader sense, Torah also means the whole breadth of Jewish law and moral philosophy. The founding members resolved to create a congregation whose special mission is to make the light of Torah learning and growth available to Jews of all levels of experience and observance.

Congregation Ohr HaTorah follows Orthodox Jewish practice but not all of the members are Orthodox. The programs and services of the synagogue are suited to any Jew who is interested in spiritual growth through learning traditional Judaism.


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Festival & Shabbat times for Dallas, TX 75230

Holiday: Sukkot - begins at sunset on Sunday October 16, 2016

Parshas Haazinu

13 Tishrei 5777October 15, 2016

Friday, October 14, 2016

Mincha / Kabbalas Shabbos       6:36 pm

Shabbos October 15, 2016

Havdalah:                7:38 pm

Pages (Stone Chumash)

Torah reading             Page 1100

Haftorah:                   Page 1205

Next Week: Friday, October 21, 2016

Mincha / Kabbalas Shabbos       6:28 pm

Shabbos Schedule

Shabbos morning Hashkama (Early) Minyan: 7:30 am

Regular Shabbos morning services: 8:45 am

Learners Service (led by Rabbi Epstein): 10:00 am

Youth Groups: 10:00 am