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Welcome to New Toco Shul

NTS is an intellectually vibrant, family friendly Orthodox synagogue. We are founded on the ideas that every individual has unique abilities and perspectives, that we are obligated to share our talents with others, and that our community is strongest when our members contribute to its success and well-being. Our rabbinic and lay partners work together to provide a platform for sophisticated and nuanced Torah, reflective and meaningful Tefillah, and supportive and enriching Gemilut Chassadim.

Announcements @ NTS 

Upcoming Zemanim


We are open for minyanim (prayer services) for both men and women.
If you would like to attend, please be familiar with our COVID-19 Minyan Protocols.

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Zemanim for Shabbat, Parshat Ki Tisa / Parshat Parah, 3/5-3/6:
🕯️🕯️ Candlelighting for Shabbos: 6:19 pm
Friday Mincha & Shabbos Maariv: 6:20 pm

Shacharit (Starting at Nishmat): 9:00 am
(Remember to eat Seuda Shlishit at home!)
Mincha: 6:15 pm
Mincha is followed by Contemporary Halacha with Rabbi Chaim Lindenblatt

Motzei Shabbat Maariv: 7:07 pm
🔥 Shabbos Ends/Havdalah: 7:19 pm

Zemanim for Week of Sunday, 3/7:
Sunday Shacharit at 8:30 am
Vatikin Shacharit (Monday - Friday) at 6:30 am
Mincha/Maariv (Sunday - Thursday) at 6:20 pm

Please note: For anyone who is not comfortable coming to shul, if you have a yahrzeit coming up and would like a "Kel Maleh" said for your loved one, or if you would like someone to say Kaddish on your behalf, please reach out to Scott Forbus at sforbus@gmail.com to arrange.

Community Announcements



JScreen has an incredible opportunity for your members to take advantage of affordable genetic testing for family planning. A generous grant from NextGen-Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta gives those ages 18-45 living in the Atlanta metro area the ability to get tested for only $74, with insurance, by using the code NextGenATL at the JScreen.org checkout page.

Testing is simple, convenient, and done at-home on a saliva sample! The test is for a panel of over 200 genetic diseases, including those most common in people with Ashkenazi, Sephardi, and Mizrahi backgrounds. Follow-up genetic counseling is provided via telehealth to discuss the test results. Anyone considering starting or expanding their family should consider genetic screening.

Shiurim/Classes @ NTS

Current Weekly Shiur Line-Up

New Series by Rabbi Michael Broyde - STARTING 3/10!


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Sat, March 6 2021 22 Adar 5781