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Wilshire Boulevard Temple Online
Welcome to WBT@home, our online community where we gather to play, pray, learn, and connect.
Throughout our rich history, the Jewish people have faced times where we could not visit our temples – but found creative ways to keep our culture alive. In that tradition, we are creating Jewish experiences to bring Wilshire Boulevard to you.
Social distancing, so contradictory to our core value of bringing our community together, may keep us physically apart. Yet there has never been a greater need to find ways to come together.
Here at WBT@home, you will find a calendar of events and activities, videos, tips, and articles to help you stay safe, healthy, and connected to our kehillah.
Cantor Gurney's Shabbat Message - July 23, 2021
This is the time of year some parents are getting ready to send their (now adult) children off to college. We had that experience 4 years ago, and, although I expected the flood of emotions and memories, as we all prolonged our goodbyes, what brought levity to the situation was the last-minute instructions to our daughter - “don’t ride the train at night” (yeah, right), “please look 10 times before you cross the train tracks,” and whatever other silly things our responsible daughter needed not hear at that time. One last thing. Just a song before I go.
Read more of our weekly Shabbat Messages. Stay tuned for a new message every Friday!
Watch more of our Culture Mavens series to learn about one-of-a-kind experiences related to Judaism meant to entertain, enlighten, and educate.
Want a bigger bite? Read more recipe spotlights from our clergy and congregants or submit your own.
Check out and register for our latest events.
Friday Night & Saturday Morning Services
We are livestreaming our Torah study sessions weekly and offer an option for every age range with our different rabbis and special guests. For resources and to watch our past study sessions, visit our Study@home page.
If you or any of your family members are suffering, please contact Denise Magilnick at firstname.lastname@example.org to reach one of our clergy members for comfort and guidance.
Please remember that our campuses and schools are closed but fully operating online.
You are already familiar with the Temple webpages created to distribute health and safety news and resources. We will continue to update these pages.