Shalom! Thank you for your interest in Congregation B’nai Torah.
More than 200 members (singles, couples, families, younger, older, interfaith) make up our incredible community of warm, caring and fun people. We take pride in our educational and spiritual programs, and the wide array of services and activities offered. Led by our Rabbi of more than 15 years, our talented professional staff brings years of experience to our congregation.
B’nai Torah was founded in 1974 by a small group who had a vision. That vision has come to life over the past 36 years. Our members come primarily from Sudbury and the surrounding communities - Framingham, Wayland, Natick, Marlborough, Stow, Southborough, Northborough and Natick. We built and dedicated our first permanent home in 1998. We are located on Route 20 near Landham Road in Sudbury.
Our temple is based on three core values:
1) Provide an exceptional education program for all our members - children and adults.
2) Provide quality programs through the volunteer participation of our members, led by our Board of Directors.
3) Provide a warm, welcoming community to all our members, and an environment where members can participate in a way that works for them.
Our one-day-a-week Hebrew school is taught by experienced, certified instructors, preparing children for their B'nai Mitzvah. Our adult Continuing Education program is designed to appeal to a wide variety of member interests.
Volunteers play an important role, supporting social, ritual, educational, financial and social action activities. We have a very active Board of Directors and multiple committees where there is always opportunity for new participants. We encourage members to get involved to feel a part of the community quickly and to give back to the community in their own special way.
The genuine warmth within the B'nai Torah community cannot be overstated. You feel it the moment you walk through the doors of the temple, and it is felt by both new and long-term members alike. This is especially apparent when experiencing difficult life events, when the community is there to provide the support and comfort you need.
We are proud of our commitment to interfaith families, which account for half our membership. We are a community that evolves as times change, while still preserving our core values. We offer a range of programs for our interfaith couples and families.
We encourage you to stop by and visit with us to learn more, and experience first-hand our wonderful synagogue. We’d love to meet you!