Interior Sanctuary


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 6:30 p.m. Friday evening Shabbat service at one of our Wilshire Boulevard Temple locations. The schedule below applies until the end of 2021. Select weeks we will also offer a pre-services Oneg.

We are excited to offer Taste of Shabbat streaming on Fridays at 6 p.m., our digital Shabbat experience that provides the 'greatest hits' of a Friday night service in no more than 15 minutes, and it's all the parts you love! 

There is also a minyan led by Gary Schiller every Friday night at Glazer Campus except the first Friday of the month.

Monthly Shabbat Schedule

  • The first Friday of each month
  • 6:30 p.m. Glazer Campus (Siegel Patio outdoors)*
  • The second Friday of each month
    6:00 p.m. Glazer Campus Minyan
    6:30 p.m. Irmas Campus (Irmas Chapel indoors)
  • Weekly
    6:00 p.m. Glazer Campus Minyan, except the first Friday of each month
    6:15 p.m. Digital Taste of Shabbat
    6:30 p.m. University Campus (University Sanctuary indoors) except for the second Friday of each month.

*Please note the Glazer Campus service is in-person only and will not be live-streamed. We will continue to live-stream our University and Irmas Campus Shabbat Services as well as Taste of Shabbat.

Proof of vaccination is required to attend all events at our Wilshire Boulevard Temple campuses.

Masks will be required for all services and events.

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Kabbalat Shabbat

Factor Chapel at Glazer Campus

After a week's worth of work, there's no finer place to rest a weary soul, connect with God and community, and reap the benefits of joyful song and meaningful prayer.


Cantor Lisa Peicott and Rabbi Joel Nickerson

Rabbi Joel Nickerson and Cantor Lisa Peicott introduce Koleinu - a soulful new prayer experience with an extraordinary band of musicians, to welcome in Shabbat with music, prayer, and community. If you loved Nefesh services, you’ll want to check out Koleinu for an inspiring, transcendent, and uplifting Kabbalat Shabbat.