Members and prospective members are all invited to attend our annual congregational meeting where we will discuss the latest news and developments at our synagogue. The meeting will begin at 10:00 AM. We will then head over to Live Oak Park to enjoy a fabulous and fun community picnic at 12:00 PM. See you there!
All members are invited to our annual congregational meeting at CTJ at 10:00 AM, followed by a community picnic at Live Oak Park at 12:00 PM.
Rabbi Kalev will be BBQing! Bring the family and enjoy this amazing community event. Please RSVP so we can make sure to have enough food.
Attend a special Shabbat service in which our new board members will be installed. Come to say goodbye to departing board members and welcome the newly elected members. These dedicated volunteers appreciate and are so worthy of your support!
Enjoy dinner with Rabbi Kalev and other CTJ staff at Rubio's on Sepulveda from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM on Tuesday, May 23! 20% of all collected proceeds will benefit CTJ. Enjoy a fish taco (maybe steer clear of the shrimp) and support your home synagogue. For questions, please call our office at 310-546-3667.
Help us celebrate our graduating high school seniors! Whether your child is going off to college, the IDF, or taking a gap year, come and have Rabbi Kalev deliver a special blessing to them at this momentous time. Cantor Beth and Rabbi Kalev will be joined by Lilian and Giovanna Alves who will add their beautiful harmonies to our Shabbat service!
Ephraim Sales, a holocaust survivor and grandfather will be speaking at CTJ during Religious School. How many more opportunities will there be to hear from someone who remembers Kristallnacht? All are welcome and encouraged to come and learn from his incredible experience.
Join Rabbi Mark and an array of renowned guest chefs and teachers in exploring the beauty and cuisine of the Jewish Holidays and related international Jewish cuisine.
This class is now full. Please contact email@example.com to get on the wait list!
Join Team Congregation Tikvat Jacob Beth Torah in the Jewish World Watch 5K/10K Run and Walk to end Genocide. Take a stand and raise your voice because GENOCIDE is not a thing of the past! JWW raises funds to educate and advocate, as well as to provide relief and build resilience in conflict-affected communities. For more information contact Gwen Wexler at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Get inspired in a whole new way. Rabbi Kalev and Reverend Mark Pettis of Manhattan Beach Community Church will be welcoming each other to their respective Houses of Worship. All are welcome to attend, learn, and enjoy. Reverend Pettis will lead Kabbalat Shabbat services at 7:00 PM.
Hazak will be showing a wonderful movie entitled Nicky's Family. Prior to World War II, Briton Nicholas Winton, masterminded the rescue of more than 600 Jewish children from Nazi occupied Prague. This wonderful documentary recounts Winton's selfless heroics as well as his 50 year silence about his efforts. Come and see the "families" created by the rescued children.
As always, lunch will follow for $5.00. Please feel free to invite a friend!
Passover and Tax Season are over! Time for some much needed chametz. Come for a make-your-own-pizza party potluck. We'll be making the pizzas at 6:15 PM before services. Services will start at 6:30 PM. Then the potluck begins at 7:15 PM.
We'll provide the pizza ingredients. Just bring a salad to share!
The CTJ office will be closed on April 17 - April 18 for Pesach. Enjoy your holiday with family and friends!
Visitors and members alike are welcome to attend our weekly Shabbat Shacharit service in the sanctuary. Led by Rabbi Kalev, this warm and inviting service will give you the inspiration you need to recharge and greet the coming week. Kiddush will follow the Torah service.