DO YOU HAVE A TODDLER? If your child is age two or older - he or she may begin attending the ECC. For a personal tour of the school (with your child) please contact ECC Director Brianne Naiman by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 310-476-2274.
WE ALSO WELCOME YOUR INTEREST IN OUR WINTER INFANT-TODDLER "SEEDLING" CLASSES! To view and print out (the pdf) flyer click HERE for all of the details and to register. The series of eight Friday morning classes for 0-23 months begins January 25 at 9:30am - and we'd love for you and your toddler to join us! The class provides a warm, safe, and supportive environment for toddlers and parents.
News & Announcements
EXPERIENCE 25 HOURS - our Temple-wide initiative to encourage all members of our community to celebrate Shabbat in a completely transformative way - reaching in, reaching up, and reaching out.
We are taking Shabbat to the next level . . . SOMETHING DIFFERENT - EVERY WEEK.THIS WEEK -
Passover Morning: Finding Freedom Through the Art of Micrography on Saturday, April 20 at 10am (No Minyan) | Peachy and Mark Levy Beit Midrash Join us for a creative Shabbat morning service focusing on the Passover themes of struggle, bravery and freedom. We will pray in joyful song and each unlock our creativity by making small micrographs that depict the meaning of Israelite freedom. Bring yourself, your friends, and your favorite Passover dessert to share after the service is finished.
NEXT WEEK -
Passover Yizkor Service on Friday, April 26 at 9am | Williams Center
Shabbat in Your Home on Friday, April 26 | No Service at LBT This program offers a way for congregants to celebrate Shabbat, engage in deep learning with one another, and take ownership of their Shabbat experience – all while building community among members and with our clergy and staff. There will not be a Shabbat Service at LBT on Friday, April 26.
WE REMEMBER - A Song for Pittsburgh
Immediately after the tragic shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, PA, Rabbis Ken Chasen and Yoshi Zweiback began composing a song dedicated to the memory of the eleven souls lost on October 27, 2018. Based on the poem, "We Remember Them" by Sylvan Kamens and Rabbi Jack Riemer, the song is a promise that those loved ones who have died are never truly gone so long as we carry them with us. Produced by Kenli Mattus, "We Remember" includes the voices of many of Los Angeles' most prominent Cantors and Jewish musicians. (click here or on the image above to view the song on YouTube)
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