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RSVP Now for the High Holidays

Please join our joyous, welcoming, user-friendly, and mindful celebration of the High Holidays at our Los Angeles Campus – Pico Shul! Hand-crafted for the young at heart. Special promo code for young professionals. Come-as-you-are services!

Amazing services, Rosh Hashanah Kabbalistic Kiddush, inspiring Chazanim, Rabbi Yonah’s resounding Shofar Service & Sermon, Breakout classes with dynamic teachers. 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.

Enjoy morning coffee, tea & honey cake available to start your New Year Experience.

Sponsors – Thank you to the Alevy Family for generously supporting this year’s High Holiday!

RSVP Overview
Many Sponsorship Opportunities!

Rosh Hashanah GA $89 ($49 under 36)
Reserved Seating $136

Yom Kippur $89 ($49 for those under 36)
Reserved Seating $136

Pico Shul monthy donor save 20% (code emailed to you)
Code for those 36 and under is: YJP

SHANA TOVA — RSVP NOW!

Days of Awesome 5774: High Holiday Programming in LA

Please join us for a spiritually-uplifting, growth-oriented, traditional and streamlined 2 hour service followed by a gourmet, home-mode, healthy Kiddush lunch. Reservations start at $36 for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur in our newly renovated venue at 9041 W. Pico, corner of Weatherly.

Some Highlights – New Year’s Kabbalistic Home-Made Kiddush, best shofar in town, speedy services, stories, meditation, song, honey cake, inspiring and chill atmosphere, great Chazzan. . .

You don’t have to pay a fortune, dress-to-kill, doze-off, question your tribal affiliation, be fluent in Hebrew, hear lengthy moralizing or politically divisive sermons, and eat stale honey cake this Rosh Hashanah. Instead, enjoy a friendly, joyous, participatory, celebration of the High Holidays with meaning, melody, and humor. Read More