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Thank you for joining us for the 5781 High Holidays


High Holiday Pledge 2020/5781


Your generous support is vital to our congregation, thank you.

G’mar Chatimah Tovah! May your name be inscribed in the Book of Life.


High Holiday Calendar

 Tashlich - Sunday, September 27, 10:00am (please see below for more information) Click here for Tashlich Prayers

Kol Nidre - Sunday, September 27, 6:20pm (click here to RSVP for in person Kol Nidre Seating Lottery)

Yom Kippur Day - Monday, September 28, 9:00am Click here

  ~Yizkor Service, 10:15am ~ Yizkor Book

  ~Book Club, 3:00pm

  ~Mincha, Time TBD

  ~Neilah, Time TBD

  ~Havdalah Shofar, 7:18pm

Sukkot First Day, Saturday, October 3, 9:30am

Sukkot Second Day, Sunday, October 4, 9:30am

Shemini Atzeret, Saturday, October 10, 9:30am ~ Yizkor Service, 10:30am

Erev Simchat Torah, Saturday, October 10, 7:00pm

Simchat Torah, Sunday, October 11, 9:30am



Sunday, September 27, 2020 at 10:00am Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area 

Due to the COVID situation, Kenneth Hahn Park prohibits any large group gathering and we will not have a formal service. Rabbi Lebovitz will be at the park from 10:00am to 11:00am and will stand with any individual who wants to recite the blessing. 


Kenneth Hahn State Recreation Area is located at 4100 South La Cienega Blvd . Parking is $6. Parking: After entering the park from La Cienega, you will find parking on the north side of the lake on the right hand side. There is parking on the south side of the lake as well. Parking is $6.


Book Discussion for Yom Kippur

Monday, September 28, 3:00PM - Man's Search for Meaning by Viktor E. Frankl

Man's Search for Meaning has been called one of the most influential books in the United States. In this book, Frankl explained how one can find hope and rise above suffering and despair by choosing to find and pursue a purpose in one's life.  He illustrated his argument through chronicles of his life in Nazi concentration camps and descriptions of his work with his psychotherapy patients.  

The discussion will be led via Zoom by Yael Hartstein, Natalie Stanger, Sandy Helman and Lisa Shechter. 

We will start the hour as one group and then split into breakout rooms to allow for easier discussion in the virtual format.  To help us organize the breakout rooms, please sign up by September 22, 2020.  You can still join us if you don't have a chance to sign up. 

RSVP by September 22 by clicking here.

Rabbi Lebovitz's High Holiday Sermons

Rosh Hashana Day 1

Rosh Hashanah Day 2


Ki M'Zion Teztezh Torah, Teachings from Jerusalem: Looking at the High Holidays Through Different Lenses


Dr. Shaiya Rothberg

Rabbi Shoshana Cohen

Rabbi Mordechai Silverstein


Rabbi Dr. Reb Mimi Feigelson

Sun, September 27 2020 9 Tishrei 5781