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Welcome to

Congregation Dor Tamid

Welcome to Congregation Dor Tamid.  We are glad you have come to our website.  Please take a moment to look at all we have to offer our community.

Since March 2020, CDT has been providing the community various classes, programs, services, and events online.  While we hope to reopen in the near future, we will continue to provide all of these opportunities to come together as a community online.

Please click on the photos below for the latest video's from Rabbi Jordan, Cantorial Soloist, Mike Zuspan, and Director of Education, Molly Peled.

Please make sure to follow us on Facebook, where we will be posting messages from the rabbi and professional staff, hosting events, and streaming services. A digital copy of the Mishkan T'filah prayer book to use when following along with services can be found here.

 

Classes will be hosted in Zoom meetings. Click here for a list of links to upcoming Zoom classes and events at the congregation. 

 

Molly's Israeli Kitchen online  cooking classes, recipes can be found here.

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Upcoming Events

Welcome to Congregation Dor Tamid,

 

A Reform synagogue serving the Johns Creek, Alpharetta, Greater North Fulton, Forsyth, and Gwinnett area founded to create meaningful and enduring religious experiences for our members and their families.

 

We actively welcome all families and individuals interested in participating in Jewish life and in the community of the congregation. Our practice of Judaism is according to Reform principles and we embrace the Reform movement's commitment to diversity, outreach, inclusiveness, and social justice.


In addition to Shabbat services, our congregation also enjoys Tot Shabbat services, Lifelong Learning from Preschool through Adulthood, and many other activities. For more information, visit our online calendar of events. We look forward to seeing you.

Our Mission:


"To create a welcoming environment that inspires, promotes, and educates the Reform Jewish community in the North Metro Atlanta area through strong religious leadership, with dedication to the study of Torah and the traditions of Jewish family life."

Wed, July 8 2020 16 Tammuz 5780