We believe that as a dedicated community, it is our duty and our privilege to provide a place for Jewish spirituality, identity, and connection through worship, study, and action. Every day at Temple Judea we ensure that there are opportunities for each of our members to explore these central tenets. From the youngest to the eldest of our temple family, we want to everyone to feel enriched and inspired at Temple Judea.
Come worship with us. Take a break from the obligations of everyday life for a moment or two of meaningful reflection, celebration, and song. At Temple Judea, music is an integral part of our prayer experience. By blending traditional melodies with a modern interpretation, our joyful prayer inspires everyone who enters our sanctuary.
Our teaching team works to create a love of learning across the generations. We know it’s never too early or too late to begin your journey of Jewish learning. Whether you’re excited for your very first day of nursery school at our Early Childhood Center, you’re just beginning your studies towards your Bar or Bat Mitzvah, or you’re a grandparent seeking a fresh approach to the Judaism you learned as a child, we have engaging, fun, inspirational programming for you. We also welcome those with no Jewish background to come learn about, and experience the beauty of our traditions.
Since 1952, Temple Judea has been committed to tikkun olam, reaching out beyond the Jewish community to heal the world by enacting the values of Reform Judaism and Torah. We’re so proud of our social justice programs, including Judeans for Justice, our annual Mitzvah Day, our ESL program, and our award winning citizenship program. It is our honor to create opportunities for all of our families to make a powerful impact on those who are struggling in greater Los Angeles community.
We are a vibrant, interconnected spiritual community, and together we create meaningful, inspiring, innovative Jewish moments that resonate with individuals and families through the generations. While our paths may vary, the destination remains the same. Judaism teaches us that by connecting with each other, we can make tomorrow a better day.
*Temple Judea is a Non-Profit Organization.