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A Historic Progressive Conservative Congregation in Valley Village, CA
A Dynamic Jewish Early Childhood Center Serving Children Ages 6 Weeks to Entering Pre-K
A Jewish Day School serving students in Grades TK-6
A Historic Progressive Conservative Congregation in Valley Village, CA

Tefillah Times

Shabbat

Kabbalat Shabbat
Friday | 6:00pm

  • Services are in-person on campus in the Labowe Outdoor Chapel or indoors depending on weather. 
  • Kabbalat Shabbat Services livestream


Shabbat Morning
Saturday | 9:30am

  • Services will be held in-person in the Labowe Outdoor Chapel or indoors depending on weather.  
  • Shabbat Morning services livestream

Havdalah
Select Saturday evenings | Times Vary.
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*Please visit our calendar for Candle Lighting times
and Torah Portions

 

Minyanim

Morning Minyan (In-person & virtual)
Monday-Friday | 7:30am
Sunday and Holidays* | 9:00am

Virtual Access

Virtual Evening Minyan*
Sunday-Thursday | 7:00pm

No evening minyan on Chag
Virtual Access 
*We are not currently offering in-person evening Minyan. 


Resources
Click the images below to download siddurim.

    
Please click here for other service resource materials including the Shabbat and Festival Siddur including Yizkor.

*Please Note
Holidays include those days on the secular calendar on which most people take off work, including, but not limited to:
January 1, MLK Day, Presidents’ Day, Memorial Day, July 4 (observed July 3),
Labor Day, Thanksgiving and the Friday of that week, and the day after December 25.

UPDATED COVID 19 PROTOCOLS 

Masks
We are pleased to inform you at this time per CDC, State of California, and Los Angeles County Guidelines:

  • Masks are now optional for both all indoor and outdoor spaces while on campus.
  • All participants regardless of vaccination are strongly encouraged to wear masks indoors and for crowded outdoor events.
  • We no longer are checking vaccine status. 
  • Click here to read the latest Los Angeles County Guidelines.

While we understand that many people will opt for no masks, we know that there will also be people who still feel it is important to wear a mask both indoors and outdoors while on campus. We will support each person's choice, and we ask that everyone in our community be respectful of one another.

As circumstances evolve, we will update our protocols accordingly. Please understand that this may mean reinstating stricter protocols based on health metrics, CDC, State, and local guidance.

Thu, May 26 2022 25 Iyyar 5782