The Pico Shul recently celebrated the marriage, in Florida, of the 25th couple to marry thanks to the Pico Shul. This couple met at one of the Pico Shul programs two years ago. She was from Florida and had come to LA to visit. They dated long distance for a year before getting engaged. They will settle in South Florida.
Building Jewish families is one of the keys to sustaining and growing the Jewish community. The Pico Shul’s unique role as both a spiritual and cultural center for Jews in their 20s and 30s, makes it especially conducive to matchmaking.
Guided by the Booksteins, these couples develop life-long commitments to Judaism and the Jewish People.