Open. Listen. Act.
Jerusalem: City of Miracles, City of Tears

Rabbi Brous’ Response to the Embassy move in Israel.

 

There are no shortcuts to the realization of our worthiest dreams. Let us not fall for the political grandstanding; let’s continue to work toward a resolution that sees and honors all who love this precious, tender, holy place and call it home.

 

Read & Share.

 

 

Want an even deeper dive? Listen to RSB’s sermon this week on our sermons page:

ikar-la.org/sermons.

Shabbat Speaker
Imagine LA

December 16th:

 

We will be joined by Adrienne Boswell, a graduate of Imagine LA’s family mentorship program who will share her story moving from homelessness to housing and greater stability with the support of a team of volunteers.

 

Learn more.

Community Dinner
Shabbat Shalom
Shabbat Shalom

Latke Shabbbatke — Your fave foods of the Festival of Lights served up as part of a catered communal Shabbat meal.

 

Musical, high-energy Kabbalat Shabbat services followed by delicious dinner. All are welcome!

 

Friday, December 15th, 

scotch & services 6:15 pm

catered dinner 7:45 pm 

 

RSVP for Dinner.

 

 

Latke Shabbbatke — Your fave foods of the Festival of Lights served up as part of a catered communal Shabbat meal.

 

Musical, high-energy Kabbalat Shabbat services followed by delicious dinner. All are welcome!

 

Friday, December 15th, 

scotch & services 6:15 pm

catered dinner 7:45 pm 

 

RSVP for Dinner. 

Preach
Religion, Morality and the President

Rabbi Sharon Brous on KCRW’s One Year Later – The Religious Left Raises its Voice

 

Have evangelical conservatives finally met their match in the political arena?

 

Listen.

 

 

 

Learning
Death Over Dinner

Talking about death, dying & living can be surprisingly life-affirming, meaningful and even fun. Host a meal & Death Over Dinner will provide the rest.

 

Check it Out.

*DoD Jewish Edition was created in partnership with Reboot and is supported by a generous grant from the Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles.

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Yes and no and kinda.

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