Upcoming Virtual Events

Weekly Men's Minyan & Discussion
Every Tuesday at 9:30 am
To participate, contact Alan Lilien at
"Walls Can Fall" Book Discussion
Wednesdays at 11:00 am
See Information below
Meditation with Cantor Hass
Wednesday, July 1 at 5:00 pm
Tanakh Study Group
Every Thursday at 10:15 am
To participate, contact Alan Lilien at
Relaxing Music Hour
Every Thursday 3:00 pm
Secular and Jewish music
with Cantor Hass
Shabbat Meditation
Every Friday at 3:00 pm
Meditation and music with Cantor Hass
Shabbat Services and Torah Study

Join us this weekend for Rabbi Fox's first Shabbat Services with us!

 Zoom Links:
We've set-up the Zoom links for Shabbat Services and Torah Study as recurring meetings, while we're observing from home. Links below will be able to be used weekly.
Friday Evening Services:
Saturday Morning Torah Study:
Saturday Morning Shabbat Services
Weekly Book Discussion
& Dialogue on Race Relations
"Walls Can Fall: Race, Reconciliation & Righteousness in a Divided World" written by Bishop Kenneth C. Ulmer
Discussion led by Cantor Hass
Wednesdays at 11:00 am

Join with Cantor Hass for this new discussion group, inspired by the recent conversation with Bishop Kenneth Ulmer. Chapters and themes of the book will be discussed each week.

The book or Kindle versions are available on Amazon at the following link: Walls Can Fall - Amazon Book Link
Joys of Jewish Learning Programs
Mayyim Hayyim - Mikveh 101
July 15 at 12:00 pm ET

Dip your toe into mikveh learning with us this summer. No prior knowledge about mikveh or Judaism necessary for any program. All are welcome.

This program includes mikveh’s biblical roots and a virtual tour of Mayyim Hayyim. You’ll learn about what happens at an immersion and what brings people to the mikveh.

Family Havdalah Experience
Saturday, July 4 at 7:30 pm
Celebrate July 4th with us online for Havdalah, before fireworks!

Jew It At Home
Social distancing does not mean social isolation.

Jewitathome.com is a curation of resources to create digital Jewish Community and live a Jewish life even when we cannot gather physically.
Created by your Clergy and staff at Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills, Temple Isaiah, University Synagogue, Temple Akiba of Culver City, Congregation Kol Ami, Temple Beth Israel of Highland Park and Eagle Rock, Malibu Jewish Center & Synagogue, Beth Chayim Chadashim, Sharsheret, ChaiVilliageLA, Temple Beth Am, Temple Judea, Culinary Kids Academy, Temple Israel of Long Beach, Theatre Dybbuk, Temple Beth Shalom of Long Beach, and Congregation Ner Tamid of Henderson, Nevada .

IMPORTANT REMINDER - The Rabbi and Cantor are available to help/counsel you in any way possible. If you want to make an appointment to talk to either Clergy, call the office and leave a message on their extension (Rabbi Fox - after July 1 - ext. 214 or Cantor Hass ext. 213) or email Cantor Hass at cantorhass@tilb.org .
Ritual Practices Message
A new Rabbi! The Rabbinical period started after the destruction of the Second Temple. Jewish people no longer needed the Temple but could bring Torah wherever they were with the help of the Rabbi. Read the interesting articles below to learn about Judaism after the Second Temple about the Rabbinic Period in Judaism.

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