Regardless of where you go, you will find a warm and inviting atmosphere in which to expand and explore your Jewish life.
It is our mission to create the opportunity and environment for everyone to participate in Jewish life. We welcome your interest in becoming a member of our congregation, and invite you to join us and become part of our family as we worship, learn, share mitzvot and celebrate life together. CLICK HERE to access our Membership Forms.
For more information, please contact Membership Coordinator, Ariana Shane: 310-652-7354 x223 or email@example.com
We encourage all members of the Congregation to take an active part in Temple life. We invite you to get involved in one or more of the following activities. The list of opportunities is always growing; here are a few areas where assistance is always appreciated!
- Bikkur Holim (visiting the sick)
- Gift Shop
- House & Grounds Committee
- Membership Committee
- Mitzvah Taxi (providing Shabbat rides to shul)
- Shiva Meals
- Youth Commission
Several times each month, mailings are sent to members from the congregation. Occasionally other assistance is required. Volunteers are always welcome in the office to help with preparation. To help, call Nic Frantela at (310) 652-7354 x222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We want to make certain that all who enter our doors on Shabbat, Festivals and High Holidays are warmly welcomed. A corps of Greeters perform this service, and we encourage all members to participate in this mitzvah once or more during the year. To volunteer, contact Ariana at email@example.com.
YABA provides opportunities for young adults in their 20s & 30s to socialize, learn, and celebrate Jewish holidays with new and familiar faces. Check back here soon for the next YABA event!
The Sisterhood of TBA offers the opportunity to be part of a group of women who share common interests, develop lasting friendships, and to be part of one of the most vital organizations in the Jewish world, the Women's League for Conservative Judaism. We are guided by our mission: “To strengthen, unite and support women in their efforts to understand and perpetuate Conservative Judaism in the home, synagogue and community, and reinforce their bonds with Israel and Jews worldwide.”
Our Men's Society presents a unique and timely opportunity to generate new friendships, rekindle old ones, deepen existing friendships and to develop an exciting, rewarding and very special Jewish Community among other MEN in our shul. We provide fun and dynamic social, athletic and tikkun olam opportunities to come together by combining non shul based activities, with a Jewish component.
Questions? Contact Men’s Society President Joel Cooper 310-968-2401 firstname.lastname@example.org