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  Welcome to Ohr HaTorah!

Welcome to Congregation Ohr HaTorah (formerly Young Israel of Toco Hills)! We think of the shul as our second home, and are so glad for you to join us.

 Please click this link for the weekly announcements.

Upcoming Events at COH

All Events
  • Friday
    Dec  13
    Bnei Akiva Za'ch Friday Night Oneg

    Friday, Dec 13th 8:15p to 9:15p
    To continue our Za’ch (Zayin & Chet - 7th & 8th) programming, we are going to be having an oneg on Friday December 13th at 8:15 until 9:15pm at the Kutner home (1172 Empire Rd.) . With snacks and fun activities! If you would like to host one of our future monthly onegs, please reach out to Miriam Seidman.


  • Sunday
    Dec  15
    An Evening of Arts & Culture

    Sunday, Dec 15th 7:00p to 9:30p
    Featuring local artists, wine tasting with local sommeliers, and cheese pairings from The Cheese Guy.Create your own masterpiece with painting instruction from Sip n' Stroke! Sunday, December 15th at 7:00pm. Cost is $54 per person. Sponsorships available upon request.


  • Friday
    Dec  20
    Pre-Chanukah Family Shabbat Dinner

    Friday, Dec 20th 6:15p to 8:30p
    Join Ohr Hatorah for a Pre-Chanukah Family Shabbat Dinner, featuring a festive kabbalat shabbat, delicious dinner, and fun & games!


  • Saturday
    Feb  1
    Yoetzet Initiative Presents a Wine and Cheese Date Night

    Motzei Shabbat, Feb 1st 8:00p to 10:00p
    The Ohr HaTorah Yoetzet Initiative Presents a Wine and Cheese Date Night for all couples--Tools for Enhancing Our Marriages:Creating Shared Meaning & Resolving Conflict facilitated by Stephanie Cook. Stephanie Cook is a certified Gottman therapist (CGT) as well as a certified Gottman Educator. Stephanie completed her B.A. in Psychology at Vanderbilt University, her M.S.W. in Clinical Social Work from the University of Georgia, and a Post-Masters Clinical Fellowship at Emory University. In addition to her private practice, she regularly offers workshops and talks to strengthen couples’ relationships through research-based interventions and exercises.Introductory remarks by Yoetzet Halacha Tova Warburg Sinensky.



          Kol Nidre Appeal 5780

Thank you very much to all of you who already have contributed so generously to our Kol Nidre Appeal!

To those of you who have not yet contributed, we kindly request that you give strong consideration to making your pledge prior to Sukkot. Pledges can be paid out over the coming 11 months. We really want 100% participation from our membership. For some that means $36, for some that means $180 or $360, for others it means $1,000, and for others it means $1,800 or significantly more. We understand everyone has their own set of financial circumstances, and members give in a variety of different ways. We appreciate each and every donation.
Our shul relies upon this particular appeal for a significant portion of our annual operating budget.  This is our second home and the shul is very important to all of us.  We have this beautiful space, and we need your continued financial support.

To donate to the Kol Nidre Appeal 5780 please visit this link. Thank you for your continued support. 

Our Shul Building

The dream of our own Mikdash Me'at became a reality in 2014, thanks to the diligent efforts of Kerri & Jeffrey Snow, Rabbi Adam Starr, and many others. We encourage you to visit us and take note of the exceptional work done by our building committee and the construction team.

Thank you to all of you who contributed your pledges of support to the Capital Campaign. Your generosity made our vision a reality.

Wed, December 11 2019 13 Kislev 5780