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Mishloach Manot

Send a hearty food package, sourced from local Israeli businesses, to displaced families in Israel. These packages aim to support communities impacted by the ongoing war. 

Registration closes

Friday, March 15 at 10am

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Taanit Esther & Purim Schedule

YP Fiesta de Purim

Sunday, March 24 at 4:00pm

in Jacob's Garden

Grab your sombrero & join the fiesta! Enjoy the Purim Seudah with your YP family & friends.

Click here to Register for the YP Fiesta de Purim
Give Now for Matanot Levyonim
Please note the link above will take you to the General Donation page. For "type", please click on Matanot Le'vyonim.
See Rabbi Topp's letter below.
RSVP or Sponsor the Youth Purim JAM

Purim JAM

Motzei Shabbat, March 23

Megillah at 8:15pm

Carnival at 9:00pm in Jacob's Garden

Special Purim Shiur with Rabbi Topp

Tuesday, March 19 at 7:30pm

in Rubin Hall Topic: Jewish Destiny and the Eternal Message of the Megillah

Taanit Esther & Purim Schedule

Thursday, March 21 - Taanit Esther

Fast Begins 5:41am

Shacharit 5:45am - Schoenfeld Beit Midrash

Shacharit 6:30am - Eisenstat Beit Midrash

Shacharit 7:30am - Eisenstat Beit Midrash

Mincha 6:40pm

Maariv 7:30pm

Fast Ends 7:42pm

Shabbat, March 23 - Parshat Zachor

Shacharit 7:30, 8:30, 9:15, 9:30, 9:45am

Zachor will be read no earlier than 1 hour after the beginning of each minyan.

Mincha at 6:40pm followed by Seudah Shlishit

Maariv 7:45pm

Havdalah 7:50pm

Motzei Shabbat, March 23 - Purim

Megillah in Shapell Sanctuary & Eisenstat Beit Midrash 8:15 pm

Late Megillah 10:00pm

Purim JAM in Jacob's Garden will open after the conclusion of the Shapell Sanctuary Megillah reading at approximately 9:00pm.

Sunday, March 24 - Purim

Shacharit with Megillah 7:00am - Ives Youth Lounge

Shacharit with Megillah 8:00am - Eisenstat Beit Midrash

Shacharit with Megillah 9:00am - Shapell Sanctuary

The Megillah will begin no earlier than 25 minutes after each minyan start time.

Early Mincha 2:00pm

Mincha/Maariv 6:55pm

Matanot Levyonim - Letter from the Rabbi

Dear Member,


One of the most important elements of any Jewish holiday is remembering the less fortunate and providing for their needs (Rambam Yom Tov 6:18). Giving tzedaka has increased significance on Purim since our salvation was clinched when we unified in prayer and battle. Esther and Mordechai established the mitzvah of Matanot L’evyonim- giving gifts to the poor- to highlight this theme of unity and responsibility. Rambam recommends that the amount one spends on Matanot L'evyonim should exceed that of Mishloach Manot.


The Mitzvah is fulfilled by giving tzedakah to two poor people on Purim day. Alternatively, you can fulfill the mitzvah by designating me (anytime between now and Purim) as your agent to distribute monies on Purim. I work together with organizations in LA and Israel to distribute thousands of dollars on Purim. 100 cents on the dollar goes to the needy. 


Please click here to make your contribution and fulfill this impactful mitzvah. Your gift will be distributed on Purim to those in need who so greatly appreciate your crucial support. 


Thank you and Purim sameach, 

Rabbi Topp

Give Now for Matanot Levyonim

Mishloach Manot

This year, our Mishloach Manot initiative aims to uplift our Israeli mishpacha. We'll be sending hearty food packages sourced from local Israeli business and delivered to Israeli families who have been displaced.

Sign up by Friday, March 15 at 120am

Click Here to Support Your Israeli Mishpacha


Youth Department

Click Here to RSVP or Become a Sponsor

Young Professionals

Click here to Register