Community Shabbat Experience
March 4th & 5th!

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Community Shabbat , March 4th & 5th!

Friday March 4th:
Join us for an uplifting Shabbat dinner experience, complete with delicious food, camaraderie, and inspiration!

5:45 PM - Candle lighting & Services
6:15 PM - Delicious 4 course community dinner, featuring guest speaker Mrs. Chana Rachel Schusterman.

Simultaneous kids program available!

Shabbat Dinner Topic: The Miracle of Jewish Survival / Purim

About Chana Rochel Schusterman:
Chana Rachel Schusterman is an inspiring educator, spiritual counselor, and internationally known lecturer. She was born and raised in New York. She lived in Jerusalem where she learned and taught. She lives in Los Angeles where she raised a large family and teaches adults Torah, Chassidus and Kaballah. Mrs Schusterman is renowned for bringing clarity through counseling people in spiritual development. Among her specialties are counseling for singles and recognizing one’s individual “talent” (according to Kabalah). Mrs. Schusterman is well known for her lectures and workshops, which combine knowledge, depth and insight.

RSVP Required - Seating Limited to 25 People

Cost: $20 Adult $10 Child

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Shabbat March 5th:

Join us for a meaningful Shabbat service as we welcome and celebrate a rescued Torah from the Holocaust! Enjoy a morning of warmth, community, inspiration, and a delicious lunch! Simultaneous kids program all morning!


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9:30 AM - Coffee and Kabbalah Study

10:00 AM - Shabbat Services with our special guest Torah, rescued from the ashes of Kristallnacht in 1938 by a 14 year old boy.

12:30 PM - Community lunch with guest speaker Rabbi Gershon Schusterman. Rabbi Gershon Schusterman will share the story of the rescued Torah as well as inspire us with practical and meaningful lessons to take home.

About Rabbi Gershon Schusterman:
Rabbi Gershon Schusterman is originally from Crown Heights, Brooklyn, N.Y. He was a Chabad Emissary in Southern California for 20 years. He currently lives and works in Los Angeles, serves as a spiritual counselor, gives classes and lectures and writes on Jewish topics. He is the father of eleven wonderful children.

RSVP's Encouraged but not required for the Shabbat Service.

Click here to RSVP for the Community Shabbat Dinner (March 4th) or rescued Torah Service (March 5th)