The Torah is the essential backbone of our Jewishness. But what does it say? What does it mean? How do we learn from it? These are the same questions our ancestors have contemplated for generations.Wilshire Boulevard Temple offers a variety of ways to glean deeper meaning and understanding from the scrolls that serve as the basis of our religion, traditions, and culture.
Unless otherwise noted, there is always a Torah study session Saturday morning at the Glazer campus at 9:00 a.m. Please see the Shabbat service calendar for details. In the event that there is no service, it will appear on the calendar as "No Service".
Weekly Torah Study
The Torah is the essential backbone of our Jewishness. But what does it say? What does it mean? How to we learn from it? These are the same questions our ancestors have contemplated for generations. To glean deeper meaning and understanding from the scrolls that serve as the basis of our religion, traditions, and culture, join our rabbis, cantors, and teachers every Saturday in an exploration of the words, phrases, concepts, and beliefs of our tradition. No prior Torah study experience or Hebrew skills are needed.
Women's Torah Study
Jewish perspectives on love, sex, marriage, divorce, adultery, rape, abortion, and women's rights are explored in The Laws of Women, the latest Women's Torah Study series meeting at 12:30 p.m. at the Irmas Campus. Bring your lunch, we supply the drinks and desserts. Newcomers and friends welcome! For more information, contact Hannah Gole at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (424) 208-8932.
June 14, 21
From 12:30 - 1:45 p.m. gain a woman's perspective on the weekly Torah and Haftorah portions with lively discussions and modern interpretations of the text. Bring your lunch and we will provide drinks and dessert. No previous experience necessary, just an inquiring mind.
For more information, contact Hannah Gole at (424) 208-8932 or by email at hgole
Torah and Lunch with Rabbi Leder
L.A. Rabbis Teach
Congregation, Rabbi Daniel Bouskila of the Sephardic Temple Tifereth Israel, Rabbi Amy Bernstein, Senior Rabbi of Kehillat Israel Reconstructionist Congregation of Pacific Palisades, and our own Senior Rabbi Steve Leder.
For more information, contact Hannah Gole at
(424) 208-8932 or email her at hgole
Nefesh Torah Study
Rabbi Susan Goldberg hosts an adult learning session at the eastside Glazer campus. We examine the wondrous narratives of Torah through a spiritual, psychological, and cultural lens. Whether you are an experienced Torah studiers or a first timer, all are welcome.