Thinking Globally About the Jewish Future

We reach out to the worldwide Jewish community, touch their lives with the warm embrace of Torah and foster pride in our rich heritage.

Donate Today
  • Jewish students empowered through participation in national conferences and retreats.

    Jewish students empowered through participation in national conferences and retreats.

  • Creating unforgettable experiences for Jewish young adults.

    Creating unforgettable experiences for Jewish young adults.

Pico Shul

Pico Shul

LAs spiritual community for more than 500 Jewish young professionals.
Read More
On Campus

On Campus

Helping expand opportunities for Jewish student engagement on campuses in California, Nevada and Beyond
Read More
Camp Neshama

Camp Neshama

We support Summer Camp Themed retreats for Jewish young professionals where connections are made that last a lifetime.
Read More
Saving the Jewish People

Saving the Jewish People

Our leadership team includes Rabbi Yonah and Rebbitzin Rachel Bookstein, recognized leaders in community building and outreach.
Read More

High Holiday Services in LA 2020

Start your New Year With Joy and Inspiration 

Pico Shul’s DAYS OF AWESOME

COVID UPDATE FOR 2020:

We are holding outdoor safety-minded and short services for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Space is limited. Please Gd next year in Jerusalem!

Join Pico Shul for joyous, welcoming, non-judgemental, user-friendly, and mindful celebrations of the High Holidays! Hand-crafted for a joyous New Year. Space is limited for these special days!

In addition to our inspiring services, enjoy our Rosh Hashanah Kabbalistic Kiddush, inspiring Chazanim, Rabbi Yonah’s resounding Shofar Service & Sermon. Moving stories and heartfelt songs create an uplifting and interactive atmosphere.

On Rosh Hashanah, you will experience and taste the meaning of the Jewish New Year with our Kabbalistic Kiddush, and we will conclude the Days of Awesome with Yom Kippur Services from Kol Nidre to Neila and a communal Break-the-Fast.

Many Sponsorship Opportunities!

  • Sponsor Bottled Water
  • Sponsor Break Fast
  • Gift a Seat for a Young Professional

F.A.Q:

  • Do I need a reservation? 
    • Yes, we will have seats for everyone who registers.
  • Can I mail a check?
    • Please arrange this by emailing rabbi@picoshul.org
  • Do you have discounts?
    • You can arrange to pay in installments, and we have a few spots open for volunteers. email rabbi@picoshul.org
  • Is Hebrew Required?
    • We use prayer books that are Bi-Lingual. While most of the prayers recited by the Chazan are in Hebrew, we also say prayers in English and do a lot of singing of wordless niggunim.
  • Are these services Orthodox?
    • In our traditionally inspired service, men and women sit on opposite sides of an isle, and the prayer books are traditional. Melodies vary from traditional to contemporary.

We are meeting in a backyard with social distancing, masks and COVID safety procedures. Reservations are mandatory.