Service Times

Friday, December 19
Shabbat Service 6:00 p.m.
Rabbi Goldberg and Cantor Ettinger

Nefesh "Food for the Soul" 7:30 p.m.
Rabbi Goldberg and the Band

Saturday, December 20
No Shabbat service

Service Times

Friday, December 19
Shabbat Service 6:00 p.m.
Rabbi Shapiro and Cantor Gurney

Saturday, December 20
No Shabbat service

Upcoming Events 

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Nefesh: Food for the Soul - Fri, December 19 - Glazer

Come for Shabbat dinner with students of Judaism by Choice. Then join Rabbi Susan Goldberg and Cantor Seth Ettinger for a moving, musical Nefesh Shabbat service, followed by an Oneg Shabbat.
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Martin Luther King, Jr. Shabbat - January 16 - Irmas

Don’t miss this special Shabbat commemoration of Dr. King, followed by an “I Have a Dream” Oneg Shabbat.
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Unacceptable Levels - January 22 - Irmas

Join us for a viewing of this film about the chemicals in our bodies, how they got there and what we can do about it.
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Food Pantry - Sundays - Glazer

There's no better "first-hand" way to help those who need it most. 
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Israeli Dancing with David Dassa - Wednesdays - Irmas

Join the party with dances from the first Israeli choreographers to today’s creative artists
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Our Rabbis’ Sermons

Read the sermons from the High Holy Days  >


Watch Archived High Holy Day Services
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Under Construction!
We’re hard at work on our two school buildings, new Karsh Family Social Service Center, and more. We need your help!
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Our Temple in the Media
Susan Stamberg of NPR visited recently, and so did our local media.
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Travel Channel: Church Secrets and Legends
Rabbi Leder explains why the Temple undertook the restoration of the Sanctuary and the meaning of the treasures it contains.
Read full article >

Magnin Sanctuary Panoramic Photograph

If you want to see one of the most amazing pictures ever taken inside our Wilshire Boulevard Temple Sanctuary, click here > 

2014 Purim Carnival
Check out the photos from a fun and exciting event, filled with games, rides, and entertainment as we celebrated the most playful day on the Jewish calendar. Photos >

Adult Purim 2014 Photos
Take a look at some of the highlights from the fun-filled Adult Purim celebration, as the Groundlings returned to perform hilarious improvisations on the Queen Esther story, this time with Motown music and song. Photos >

Sundays with Your Toddlers

Get your Sundays off to a delightful start with Baby and Me class for the whole family! Read more >

Martin Luther King Shabbat

Watch the Agape choir raise the Irmas Chapel roof and hear the sonorous recreation of King’s famous speeches. Photos >

Big Give 2013 Photos

Photos from the Big Give 2013, where we packed and delivered 1,000 complete Thanksgiving dinners to feed 4,000 of our city’s most needy families, are now up in our Temple Event Gallery. 

How to Help the Typhoon Haiyan Recovery Effort

We recommend two disaster relief organizations with excellent track records: Direct Relief and Team Rubicon. You can read more about both on our website.

Sanctuary Dedication Photo Album

Our historic celebration captured in photographs! The complete family photo album is here >; the evening album is here >. You can purchase the photos on the website.


Disaster Response Team Aids in Colorado Flood Relief

In the wake of the flooding, the Temple’s Disaster Response Team made up of Temple member volunteers, deployed to Colorado to help rebuild. Learn more about the trip here >. View photos in our event gallery.

We're on KCRW's Which Way LA

KCRW covers the Temple's reopening, including interviews with Rabbi Leder and architect Brenda Levin. Listen here!

Experience Spring 2014

Download our programming brochure and seize the opportunity to renew yourself through prayer, learning, culture, community action or social justice. Find the programs that speak to you and join us.

Please Join Us

Welcome to Wilshire Boulevard Temple. We are a Reform congregation that values both tradition and innovation as we move members to a deeper love of Torah, God, Israel, and Tikkun Olam (social justice).

Whether at our landmark Erika J. Glazer Family Campus in Wilshire Center/Koreatown or the Audrey and Sydney Irmas Campus in West Los Angeles, you will find a warm, embracing, and inclusive congregation.

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