Rabbi Joel Nickerson and Cantor Lisa Peicott bring you Koleinu - a soulful new prayer experience with an extraordinary band of musicians, to welcome in Shabbat with music, prayer, and community.
Worship and personal prayer are at the core of our congregational life. Whether you are drawn by song and celebration or reflection and meditation, we invite you to explore our service and worship opportunities.
Unless otherwise noted, there is always an in-person Friday evening Shabbat service at one of our Wilshire Boulevard Temple locations.
Monthly Shabbat Schedule
- Two Fridays every month
Glazer Campus - 6:00 p.m. BY.O.Picnic and 7:00 p.m. Service - Celebration Shabbat or Koleinu
- Weekly on Fridays
Irmas Campus Service - 6:00 p.m.
Select weeks we will have an in person, congregant-led minyan held at the Glazer Campus. For details, email Gary Schiller at email@example.com
*Please note the Glazer Campus service is in-person only and will not be live-streamed. We will continue to live-stream our Irmas Campus Shabbat Services as well as Taste of Shabbat.
Our Special Shabbats
A fun shabbat morning for families with young children (toddler through 2nd grade). Full of activities, arts and crafts, singing, and so much more!
Have a birthday, anniversary, or another momentous milestone to celebrate? Bring the whole family and join Rabbi Joel and Cantor Lisa for our monthly Family Shabbat featuring the Wilshire Boulevard Temple Youth Choir.
ZIMRAH is an immersive Shabbat journey into Jewish culture, paying special attention to Mizrahi and Sephardic musical traditions. Each Zimrah experience speaks to the mind, the heart, and the soul. Our Zimrah Shabbat service features LA-based master musicians, Rabbi Eshel, and Cantor Shapiro.
A special Shabbat service that celebrates Jewish culture with guest speakers, authors, musicians, actors, singers, readings, theater performances and film.
We continue to highly recommend vaccinations and boosters as an individual’s best protection from serious complications due to COVID-19. We also urge everyone to stay home if feeling ill.
Guidelines are based on the recommendations of the Los Angeles County Public Health department. More information can be found at this link.
Updated October 24, 2022