Overview and Mission

Bet Torah Religious School is committed to instilling in each student a deep respect for, and sound knowledge of Judaism, a sense of identification with the Jewish people and the State of Israel, and to providing the foundation for a lifetime of Jewish learning and personal growth. 

  • A Bet Torah education is based on a broad understanding of the meaning of Torah, and the following principles and values: 
  • Study and learning are lifetime pursuits. 
  • Mitzvot are ways of responding to Torah, and of actualizing our potential as Jews and human beings. 
  • Tzedakah is a way of life. 
  • Prayer is an act of personal commitment and community connection. 
  • Shabbat and Holy Days are positive personal and family experiences. 
  • Israel is a source of history and identification. 
  • Home and family are central institutions for the perpetuation of Judaism. 
  • Synagogue is an aid and ally of family life, and the indispensable means by which we live and share as a community.



New Recordings to Practice With!

Listen to Cantor Randy chant parts of our services! Whether you're preparing for a B'nei Mitzvah, chanting Torah, or need a refresher on service prayers, listen here!