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Jewgle Programming

Presented by the Adat Shalom Violet Harris Fund

Each year, we create programming to exploring Jewish Identity through media, literature & Rabbinic voices.  Join us for of this year's exciting programs!

Meet your Adat Shalom friends for interesting, educational excursions around Los Angeles!


Concert: Amernet String Quartet

April 27, 2020 at Israel Travelogue Concert in honor of Yom Ha'Atzmaut (Israel's Independence Day)




will be announced soon




Little House on the Prairie: The Craftsman (1979)


TV writer Paul Wolff joins us to discuss this episode he wrote for the classic TV series. The Craftsman is about a lonely old Jewish man living in a totally Gentile world. The episode won two Emmys for Best Cinematography and for Best Production Design


will be announced soon

Past highlights of the program have included:

  • The world premiere of Rabbi Lebovitz’s documentary “Roadmap Jerusalem” in 2018. 
  • Rabbis in Residence are invited into our community to speak and teach during Shabbat.  Past Rabbis in Residence have included Rabbi Bradley Shavit Artson, Dean of the Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies at American Jewish University; Rabbi Adam Greenwald, the Director of the Miller Introduction to Judaism Program at American Jewish University; and Rabbi Sarah Shulman, founding Camp Director of Camp Ramah in Northern California. 
  • A visit by Adat Shalom alum and NFL Players Geoff and Mitch Schwartz to promote their book “Eat My Schwartz” in 2017. 
  • A teaching by Dr. Ziony Zevit from American Jewish University about his book “What Really Happened in the Garden of Eden?” in 2016. 
Wed, October 28 2020 10 Cheshvan 5781