The Capital Campaign Committee

Campaign Kick Off

More than 120 enthusiastic Adat Chaverim members turned out Saturday night, December 5, to celebrate the official launch of our capital campaign and to honor existing and future donors. Plano’s beautiful, newly built Oak Point Nature and Retreat Center provided the perfect setting for the festive event, which focused on “Investing in Our Dream” to build a permanent home for the synagogue.

More than 120 enthusiastic Adat Chaverim members turned out Saturday night, December 5, to celebrate the official launch of our capital campaign and to honor existing and future donors. Plano’s beautiful, newly built Oak Point Nature and Retreat Center provided the perfect setting for the festive event, which focused on “Investing in Our Dream” to build a permanent home for the synagogue.

More than 120 enthusiastic Adat Chaverim members turned out Saturday night, December 5, to celebrate the official launch of our capital campaign and to honor existing and future donors. Plano’s beautiful, newly built Oak Point Nature and Retreat Center provided the perfect setting for the festive event, which focused on “Investing in Our Dream” to build a permanent home for the synagogue.

Architects Selected

Capital Committee member Howard Flushman explained the architect selection process before introducing Josh Zinder, partner of Landau | Zinder, who is working with our congregation to bring our vision to reality. In his presentation, Josh shared the architectural team’s focus, capabilities, and collaborative approach in working with congregations while showing examples of similar projects they had completed.

Rabbi Sternman presented this transformative undertaking as an opportunity for meaningful impact.

“All over the country, synagogues are having difficulty changing with the needs of the evolving Jewish community. Today, at Adat Chaverim, we are in an ideal situation where we can start from a blank sheet of paper and imagine exactly what type of building will help us realize the Jewish community we want to grow,” he stated.

“Rather than an existing building limiting and defining the community we want, our vision for the future of Jewish life in North Texas will shape the facilities that we build. If we all join together, we can do this. We will be able to turn our vision into a reality.”

Capital Committee member Howard Flushman explained the architect selection process before introducing Josh Zinder, partner of Landau | Zinder, who is working with our congregation to bring our vision to reality. In his presentation, Josh shared the architectural team’s focus, capabilities, and collaborative approach in working with congregations while showing examples of similar projects they had completed.

Rabbi Sternman presented this transformative undertaking as an opportunity for meaningful impact.

“All over the country, synagogues are having difficulty changing with the needs of the evolving Jewish community. Today, at Adat Chaverim, we are in an ideal situation where we can start from a blank sheet of paper and imagine exactly what type of building will help us realize the Jewish community we want to grow,” he stated.

“Rather than an existing building limiting and defining the community we want, our vision for the future of Jewish life in North Texas will shape the facilities that we build. If we all join together, we can do this. We will be able to turn our vision into a reality.”

Capital Committee member Howard Flushman explained the architect selection process before introducing Josh Zinder, partner of Landau | Zinder, who is working with our congregation to bring our vision to reality. In his presentation, Josh shared the architectural team’s focus, capabilities, and collaborative approach in working with congregations while showing examples of similar projects they had completed.

Rabbi Sternman presented this transformative undertaking as an opportunity for meaningful impact.

“All over the country, synagogues are having difficulty changing with the needs of the evolving Jewish community. Today, at Adat Chaverim, we are in an ideal situation where we can start from a blank sheet of paper and imagine exactly what type of building will help us realize the Jewish community we want to grow,” he stated.

“Rather than an existing building limiting and defining the community we want, our vision for the future of Jewish life in North Texas will shape the facilities that we build. If we all join together, we can do this. We will be able to turn our vision into a reality.”

This Land is now Our Land

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