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Shabbat Services are Online for now (Click to Join us on Zoom!) 


TBI hosts Zoom services every Saturday morning and on the first Friday night of each month, with family services on the second Friday night. 

Do you want to have a say in the direction of TBI?

The annual congregational meeting is coming up on Sunday October 25th! All members are invited to join us on Zoom to hear from the Board about the current year, and to vote on Board members for the coming year (or to run for the Board!)

Check your e-mail for Zoom info!

When Will TBI's Building and Grounds Re-Open?


All services, classes, programs and events will remain online, including this year's High Holiday programming. We are considering a return to in-person events if it is safe to do so in mid-2021. (Updated September 15th)

Jewish practice that's relevant, and Jewish tradition with roots- right by the Gold Line in Northeast Los Angeles.

a community of friends and families with diverse backgrounds and different Jewish journeys; connected to our neighborhood, committed to the environment and invested in our Judaism.

to Temple Beth Israel of Highland Park and Eagle Rock. 

We're glad you're here!

Make yourself at home in our shul, a vibrant center for Judaism on LA's East Side.

are all ages and come from all levels of Jewish education, experience and upbringing.

is inclusive and egalitarian, environmentally conscious and social justice oriented, available and accessible to all those who seek it.

are open to everyone- including interfaith and same-sex couples and families- for prayer, learning, community and celebration.

leads First Friday evening services, classes and Holiday programs bringing Torah and spirituality to everyday topics; our members often bring local food and specialty drinks.

conducts Saturday morning services each week with prayer in English and Hebrew, thoughtful Torah commentary and our renowned Kiddush lunch.

Runs the Sunday morning Torah School and leads family services on the 2nd Friday evening of each month, teaching participation and Jewish identity.

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What's your next step?


We'll bring meaningful conversation, old and new holiday traditions, and local food and drinks, once our building is open again.

No prior experience necessary- we'll guide you through prayer and reading in Hebrew and English. 

Ask us anything.


Mon, October 26 2020 8 Cheshvan 5781