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                   Annual Membership Registration 2022-2023

Welcome back to another exciting year at Anshai Torah!


Your membership and continued support make a real difference at Anshai Torah. Thanks to you, we can sustain our outstanding rabbis and staff, offer numerous ways to engage, improve and maintain our beautiful property, and provide educational opportunities for the entire congregation. Your unwavering commitment enables us to fulfill our mission of strengthening Judaism and community while enhancing spirituality.

Our Board of Directors has recommended a balanced budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2022, and it was approved by the congregation at our annual meeting in May. The budget includes a 7% increase to the standard dues rate. This is our first dues increase in three years, as we chose not to raise your dues during the pandemic. Additionally, our security fee will increase to $180 annually to help cover the rising cost of security. As we all know, there was an uptick in anti-Semitic threats this past year, including the hostage crisis in Colleyville which struck too close to home.

Please take a few moments to review your account, confirm your information, and select a payment plan and method for the coming year. Click the “Start My Registration” button below.

Please confirm your information by June 30, 2022. Our accounting office will carry over your current preferences beginning on July 1. As always, we want to emphasize that Anshai Torah maintains a policy of inclusion for all our members regardless of financial situation. Please contact Wanda Borodziewicz in the synagogue office at 972-473-7718 or if you have any questions about your account or financial assistance.

We invite you to please consider our “Chai Membership” program, a special gift from you, which allows us to extend membership to all those who wish to be part of the Anshai Torah family regardless of financial situation. Find out more about the Chai program here (page opens in a new tab).

Most importantly, we want you to be involved. Serving as a volunteer is a great way to meet people with common interests and bridge the gap we’ve all experienced while not being together during the pandemic. Our rabbis, teachers, staff, and lay leaders are all here to help you find connection and meaning. Please contact us at

Welcome home,

Dan Cohn
President 2021-2022
Beth Berk
President 2022-2023

Wed, February 1 2023 10 Shevat 5783