Congregation Nishmat Am

"The Soul of a People"

Celebrating Ten Years in Collin County

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Our 10th Year Anniversary Gala Was a Huge Success and a Major Milestone!

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Located at:
2113 West Spring Creek Parkway (NW corner of Custer and Spring Creek Parkway)
Plano, TX 75023

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 Join Us This Friday Evening, June 3 - 6:30 PM

Kabbalat Shabbat Service,

Deli Dinner and Guest Speaker


Gerry Patterson

"Jewish Short Stories as a Reflection of Jewish Life"

Gerri was born and raised in New York.  She is a graduate of Hebrew University of Jerusalem and has spent a great deal of time in Israel since then for both professional and personal reasons.  Her career spanned over 30 years in Jewish communal service and culminated with over 10 years as Director of Education and Israel Programs for Memphis Jewish Federation.  She is currently teaching for the Melton School Adult Education Program sponsored by the Dallas Jewish Community Center.  She is the wife of David Patterson and proud mother of Miriam and Rachel.


Adults: $13 / Children 5-10 years: $6 / Under 5 years no charge

Call our office: (972) 618-2200

Dinner will be served in the Nishmat Am Social Center

 Shavuot Begins Saturday Evening, June 11

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NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS FOR THE 2016-2017 SCHOOL YEAR.  Click here for an application.

Tot shabbat.jpgJoin us for Tot-Shabbat this summer!  A joyous and fun-filled hour with Lisa Ann Smith having a special Shabbat experience!  Meeting from 10:30-11:30 am on the following Shabbat dates: June 11, June 25, July 9, and July 23.  For toddlers through age 5.





 We pray for the safety and welfare of the State of Israel and all its citizens.  We pray that the Almighty will protect the valiant soldiers of the IDF, and cast His protective shield over the entire country.  AM YISRAEL CHAI!



*Congregation Nishmat Am is an official affiliate of The United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism.