Mitzvahs

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Mazel Tov! Your son or daughter is about to have their Mitzvah. A ceremony, in the Jewish faith, that celebrates a thirteen-year-old boy or girl becoming a man or woman. It also means that your child has become a full-fledged member of the Jewish community. Because of the significance of this event, you don’t want to place your trust in just any LA Bar Mitzvah DJ entertainment company.

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Renne Gobuty, Meghan’s Bat Mitzvah Mom
August 10, 2013
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“Scott and his group did a magnificent job at my daughter’s Bat Mitzvah reception recently. The kids did not sit down except for dinner. He even kept the adults up and dancing. He played the special songs we asked for. People were coming up to me all evening asking about our dj. I passed along his name and hope that people call him up based on our recommendation. We will absolutely use Scott again if an opportunity comes up.”

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Scott Topper Productions knows the importance of planning and coordinating your Bar Mitzvah or Bat Mitzvah! We’ve entertained at hundreds of Mitzvahs over the years. We have the knowledge and experience that will make your Mitzvah a day you will never forget!

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As a Santa Barbara Bar Mitzvah DJ and an LA Mitzvah DJ, we provide an unlimited music library and create inter-active kid games that are fun and guaranteed to get everyone involved in the excitement of the party.

In addition, we can also offer an amazing dance team that motivates your guests and entertains the children. Our MC/DJ will coordinate everything from the grand entrance to the candle lighting to the Hora and Chair-raise! We play appropriate music and monitor our sound level so that everyone is happy. You will enjoy a great dance sets from Motown to 70′s Disco to today’s Top-40. Some dance floor activities include: the electric slide, cha-cha slide, the twist, hula-hoop contests, line dances, and more.
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Planning a Bar Mitzvah or a Bat Mitzvah?

Whether you need a Bat Mitzvah DJ Westlake Village or a Bar Mitzvah DJ Los Angeles, Scott Topper Productions is here to help!

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We love DJ’ing bar Mitzvahs at Hilton Hotel Warner Center- 6360 Canoga Ave., Woodland Hills, CA 91367. Girard Ballroom, 2nd Floor. We also serve as Los Angeles Mitzvah DJ Entertainment at Temple Judea, 5429 Lindley Ave., Tarzana, CA 91356. At our Mitzvahs we perform super FUN Conga Lines followed by a Limbo. Of course we MC Bar-Mitzvah Chair Raising and Hora dances!

Simchat Bat – Celebrating the Birth of a Jewish Baby Girl

There is no arguing that the Jewish baby boy who comes into this world is given a grand and meaningful welcome. The Hebrew word for circumcision is Brit Milah, and it means covenant. The newborn boy is welcomed into the ancient covenant that binds the Jewish people and their Creator. In recent times young Jewish families have expressed a desire to welcome their baby daughters in an equally meaningful way. Although there is no commonly accepted ceremony to answer this need, we do not have to look too far into our Jewish past to uncover beautiful customs and traditions centered around the celebration of the birth of a baby girl.

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–Ancient Jewish customs–

According to the Jewish Life Information Center (itim.org.il), in the Middle Ages some Ashkenazi communities performed the ‘Choyl-Kreish’ ceremony. In this ceremony, the women of the community gathered in the baby’s house and candies were distributed to all the young girls, who would dance around the baby’s cradle, calling out ‘what will be the baby’s name?’ In response, the mother would loudly pronounce the baby’s name, and those present would lift the cradle, a symbolic act that validated the declaration.

Certain Sephardic communities, for many generations have been celebrating a Zeved Habat. This is performed in the home, in the presence of both parents and the entire congregation. The baby is publicly named and special verses and liturgical hymns that relate to daughters, gratitude, and blessing are recited. Many Jews of Sephardic origin continue to hold a Zeved HaBat to celebrate the birth of their daughters.

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–Giving new meaning to old customs–

Noa Choritz, a nurse and a young mother, was very inspired by a Sephardic Zeved HaBat that she attended. So when her own daughter was born she drew upon much of the traditional Sephardic formula in structuring her own ceremony… “I felt very strongly that I wanted our daughter to be welcomed with the same importance that our son was welcomed, both as a message to our community that daughters are no less important than sons, and as a message to our children that our daughters are just as special to us as our sons.”

Noa and her husband are just one couple among many that have been seeking to provide a meaningful welcoming ceremony for their baby daughters. In recent years, Simchat Bat (joy of girl), Zeved HaBat (gift of girl) and Brit HaBat (girl-covenant) ceremonies have become more popular and widespread. Families wanting to mark the birth of a baby girl will find that there are actually many advantages to the fact that there is no proscribed service! This means that the family can build a ceremony based on their own personal expression and creativity and combine traditional elements which are significant to them.

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–The maternal chain of generations–

Shoshana Kordova, a journalist and translator, recalled telling the guests at her Simchat Bat ceremony that “newborn boys are traditionally welcomed into the Jewish community during the Brit Milah, and while it can be argued that girls implicitly become part of the community just by being born, we wanted to adapt the Zeved Habat ceremony to give our daughter an explicit welcome, not just an implicit one.”

Shoshana and her husband Warren chose to read traditional and contemporary Jewish texts reflecting the birth of a daughter and psalms that expressed gratitude and praise to God. It was very important to them to perform the priestly blessing as Warren is of priestly descent (a Cohen) and he performed the blessing himself. They chose to recite the traditional blessings from the Sephardic Zeved HaBat service.

It was important for Shoshana to express the significance of the maternal chain of generations which her baby girl was joining. The baby was brought into the room by her sister, and then handed to Shoshana, who in turn handed the baby to her mother, who held her throughout the ceremony. The women of the family were given the honor of reciting many of the traditional blessings.

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–A double Simchat Bat–

Rachel Wachtfogel, a teacher, celebrated a double Simchat Bat for her twin girls at the end of a physically and emotionally difficult pregnancy. “It was very important to my husband and me to express joy, as well as gratitude to God for the miracles that we had been through. Every birth is a miracle, and we had twins after a complicated pregnancy. We really wanted to recognize the miracle together with friends and family.

“We read a psalm which we related to, both because it conveyed gratitude and because it mentioned the names of our two daughters (Hallel and Hodaya). I found this in a compendium of women’s prayers from the 18th Century. This prayer really spoke to me. I modified it and used it. It expressed thanks for what both I and the babies had gone through, as well as prayers for the future. I wanted to thank God for bringing us this far and to express hope that He would be with us for the rest of the way, watch over my babies and help me be a good mother to them.”

–Rejoicing with beautiful customs and a great spread!–

There are numerous beautiful customs and symbolic acts that can be performed to bring meaning to the occasion, ranging from reclaiming the Talmudic custom of planting a tree in the babies honor (the JNF did not come up with that idea), to washing the girls feet (a biblical gesture of welcome), to inviting the immediate family to bless the girl under a prayer shawl canopy (huppa).

No Jewish simcha would be complete without a festive and bounteous array of food! The guests back at Noa’s Zeved HaBat enjoyed the meal, and also expressed their enjoyment of the meaningful occasion… “We received lots of comments from our friends on how they wished they had done something like this for their daughters, or others who had not yet had children thought that they would like to do something like that one day.

“This was another part of our message, that the Zeved Habat ceremony should be reclaimed, by both Ashkenazi and Sephardic communities, so that it is not a unique ceremony but as commonplace as a Brit Mila.”

Written by:Tali Tarlow
Jewish Speech Writer
We write speeches for every Jewish occasion including Bar Mitzvah speeches and Bat Mitzvah Speeches (for parents and children), Jewish Wedding speeches (including groom, bride and “best man” speeches), speeches for Brit Milah or Simchat Bat, speeches for Jewish educators, Rabbi’s and community members.
You’ll find many other types of speeches personally written for you at http://www.yourjewishspeech.com
For more information about Simchat Bat/Zeved HaBat ceremonies check out http://www.yourjewishspeech.com/simchat-bat

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Burbank, CA 91505
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5249 S. Sepulveda Blvd.
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10629 Lakewood Blvd.
Downey, CA. 90241
(562) 861-9276 (R)
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4915 Hayvenhurst Ave.
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7114 Rosewood Ave.
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731 N. La Brea Ave.
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356 N. La Brea Ave.
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420 N. Fairfax Ave.
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8056 Beverly Blvd.
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7967 Beverly Blvd.
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525 S. Fairfax
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7269 Beverly Blvd.
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6407 W. Orange St.
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7659 Beverly Blvd.
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512 N. La Brea Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90036
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7466 Beverly Blvd.
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5555 W. Olympic Blvd.
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7200 Beverly Blvd.
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7215 Warning Ave.
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7675 Beverly Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90048 (O)

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660 N. Spaulding
(323) 655-0300 (O)

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225 S. La Brea Ave.
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14725 S. Gramercy
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16651 Rinaldi St.
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CHABAD RUSSIAN SYNAGOGUE
7636 Santa Monica Blvd.
(323) 848-2999 (O)

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505 S. Beverly Drive #535
(310) 535-1617 (T)

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1200 North La Brea Avenue
West Hollywood, CA 90038
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1317 N. Crescent Heights Blvd.
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7300 Hollywood Blvd.
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BETH JACOB OF IRVINE
3900 Michelson Drive
Irvine CA 92715
714-786-5230 (O)
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF LAS VEGAS
1724 Winner Cup Drive
Las Vegas Nevada
702-360-8908

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CHABAD OF SOUTH BAY
24412 Narbonne Ave.
(310) 326-8234 (O)

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MOVABLE MINYAN
A Cooperative Jewish Community
Members lead services and plan activities
8339 W. Third Street
310-285-3317
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3663 Wilshire Blvd.
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24855 Pacific Coast Highway
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1829 N. Sepulveda Blvd.
(310) 546-3667 (C)

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11827 Venice Blvd.
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482 N. Garfield Ave.
(323) 723-2978 (R)

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ADAT ARI EL
12020 Burbank Blvd.
(818) 766-9426 (C)

AISH HATORAH INSTITUTE
12422 Chandler Blvd.
(818) 980-6934 (O)

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5850 Laurel Canyon Blvd.
(818) 762-7779

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12430 Oxnard St.
(818) 760-2189 (O)

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12800 Chandler Blvd.
(818) 763-0560 (O)
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12326 Riverside Drive
(818) 763-9148 (R)

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4804 Laurel Canyon Blvd.
(818) 769-4512 (R)

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17655 Devonshire St.
(818) 360-1881 (C)

CHABAD OF NORTHRIDGE
17142 Devonshire St.
(818) 368-3937 (O)

YOUNG ISRAEL OF NORTHRIDGE
17511 Devonshire St.
(818) 368-2221 (O)

TEMPLE AHAVAT SHALOM
18200 Rinaldi Place
(818) 360-2258 (R)

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CONGREGATION NER TAMID
5721 Crestridge Road
(310) 377-6986 (C)

CHABAD OF PALOS VERDES
28041 S. Hawthorne Blvd. #202
(310) 544-5544 (O)

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CHABAD OF PASADENA
1090 East walnut St.
Pasadena, CA. 91106
Tel. 626-564-8820
Fax 626-564-1040

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PASADENA JEWISH TEMPLE
1434 N. Altadena Ave.
(818) 798-1161 (C)

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AISH CENTER
9106 W. Pico Blvd.
(310) 247-7469 or (310) 278-8672 (O)

ANSHE EMES
1490 S. Robertson Blvd.
(310) 275-5640 (O)

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8906 Pico Blvd.
(310) 276-9269 (O)

BETH CHAYIM CHADASHIM
6000 W. Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90035
Phone: 323 931 7023
e-mail: bcc25@aol.com

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CHABAD HOUSE ISRAEL CENTER
1520 S. Robertson Blvd.
(310) 271-6193 (O)

CONGREGATION LUBAVITCH OF BEVERLY HILLS
9017 W. Pico Blvd.
(310) 282-0444 (O)

CONGREGATION MOGEN DAVID
9717 W. Pico Blvd.
(310) 556-5609 (T)

OHEL MOSHE
8644 W. Pico Blvd.
(310) 652-1533 (O)

THE SHTIBL MINYAN
Shabbat mornings at 9:15 a.m., at
the Workmen’s Circle,
1525 S. Robertson Blvd., Los Angeles.
Dairy potluck kiddush/lunch follows.
For more information email: aryeh@uj.edu
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TEMPLE BETH AM
1039 S. La Cienega Blvd.
(310) 652-7353 (C)

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TORAT HAYIM
1210 S. La Cienega Blvd.
(310) 652-8349

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8701 W. Pico Blvd.
(310) 275-3020 (O)

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9315 W. Pico Blvd.
(310) 273-6954 (O)

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9760 W. Pico Blvd.
(310) 553-4478 (O)

KNESSETH ISRAEL
2364 S. Robertson Blvd.
(310) 839-4962 (C)

OHR HAEMET AND OHR HAEMET YOUNG SINGLES
1030 S. Robertson Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90035
(310) 854-3006 (Orthodox)
Rabbi David Akhamzadeh
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VALLEY OUTREACH SYNAGOGUE
P.O Box 4717
West Hills, CA 91308-4717
(818) 348-4867 (R)

http://www.vosla.org

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CONGREGATION BETH SHALOM
21430 Redview Drive
(805) 254-2411 (C)

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CHABAD HOUSE OF SANTA MONICA
1428 17th Street
(310) 829-5620 (O)

KEHILLAT MA’ARAV
1715 21st Street
(310) 829-0566 (C)

http://www.KMwebsite.com

NESSAH ISRAEL
1537 Franklin Ave.
(310) 453-2218 (O)

SANTA MONICA SYNAGOGUE
1448 18th Street
(310) 453-4276 (R)

SHA’AREI AM
1448 18th Street
Santa Monica, CA 90404
Phone: 310 453 4276 (R)

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CHABAD OF THE MARINA
114 Washington Blvd.
(310) 578-6000 (O)

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BETH MIDRASH MISHKAN ISRAEL
13312 Burbank Blvd.
(818) 901-1598 (O)

CHABAD OF SHERMAN OAKS
14960 Ventura Blvd.
Sherman Oaks, CA 91403
(818) 789-0850(O)

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CONGREGATION B’NAI EMET
4645 Industrial Ave.
(805) 581-3723 (R)

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CONGREGATION BETH MEIER
11725 Moorpark St.
(818) 766-0515 (C)

CONGREGATION BETH OHR
12355 Moorpark St.
(818) 766-3826 (C)

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VALLEY BETH ISRAEL
13060 Roscoe Blvd.
(818) 782-2281 (C)

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TARZANA

CHABAD OF TARZANA
18181 Burbank Blvd.
(818) 758-1818 (O)

MAKOM OHR SHALOM
5619 Lindley Ave.
(818) 725-7600 (R)

SHUVA ISRAEL CONGREGATION
18527 Ventura Blvd.
Tarzana, CA 91356
Rabbi Rafael Gaye
Daily Netz Minyan and Mincha and Arvit
Shabbat 8:00AM

TEMPLE JUDEA
5429 Lindley Ave.
(818) 987-2616 (R)

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TEMPLE CITY

TEMPLE BETH DAVID
9677 Longden Ave.
(626) 287-9994 (R)

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THOUSAND OAKS

TEMPLE ETZ CHAIM
1080 E. Janss St.
(805) 497-6891 (C)

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MISHKON TEFILO
Sanctuary: 206 Main Street, Venice
Office: 201 Hampton Drive, Venice
(310) 392-3029 (C)
email: mail@mishkon.org

http://www.mishkon.org

PACIFIC JEWISH CENTER
505 Ocean Front Walk
(310) 392-8749 (O)
PJCenter.com

TORAH LEARNING CENTER
949 Sunset Ave.
(310) 450-7541 (O)

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CHABAD OF VENTURA
1259 Callens St. #A
(805) 658-7441 (O)

TEMPLE BETH TORAH
7620 Foothill Road
(805) 647-4181 (R)

CHABAD OF WESTLAKE
741 Lakefield Road #D
(805) 374-8666 (O)

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SHOMREI TORAH SYNAGOGUE
7353 Valley Circle Blvd.
(818) 346-0811 (C)

TEMPLE SOLAEL
6601 Valley Circle Blvd.
(818) 348-3885 (R)

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ADAT SHALOM
3030 Westwood Blvd.
(310) 475-4985 (C)

TEMPLE ISAIAH
10345 W. Pico Blvd.
(310) 277-2772 (R)

http://www.templeisaiah.com

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B’NAI TIKVAH CONGREGATION
5820 W. Manchester Avenue
Westchester, CA 90045
(310) 645-6262 (C)
bnaitikvah@sbcglobal.net
www.bnaitikvahcongregation.org

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WESTWOOD

KAHAL JOSEPH CONGREGATION
10505 Santa Monica Blvd.
(310) 441-4059 (O)

SEPHARDIC TEMPLE TIFERETH ISRAEL
10500 Wilshire Blvd.
(310) 475-7311

SINAI TEMPLE
10400 Wilshire Blvd.
(310) 474-1518 (C)
www.sinaitemple.org

WESTWOOD KEHILLA
10537 Santa Monica Blvd.
(310) 441-5288 (O)
www.kehilla.org

WESTWOOD VILLAGE SYNAGOGUE
824 Hilgard Ave.
(310) 470-0080 (O)

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WOODLAND HILLS

BEIT MIDRASH OF WOODLAND HILLS
5850 Fallbrook Ave.
(818) 999-2059 (O)
www.beithamidrash.org

TEMPLE ALIYAH
6025 Valley Circle Blvd.
(818) 346-3545 (C)

KOL TIKVAH
20400 Ventura Blvd.
(818) 348-0670 (R)

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