I want to personally welcome you to our Shul website and share with you what I think makes our Shul so special.

In a word, it is our people. Look around our Shul and you will observe a parade of different clothing styles; black hat, grey hat, straw hat and no hat; Kapote, business suit, sport jacket and no jacket. I could go on but I am sure you get the point. In our Shul it doesn't matter if you come from a Sephardic, Ashkenazi, Chassidic, Yeshiva, modern Orthodox or not fully observant background.

Everyone, and I mean that literally, everyone, feels comfortable and a part of our Shul. It is this variegated texture and color which gives our Shul its unique character and sense of Ahavat Yisroel.

Our davening is genuine and meaningful. The Rov's Droshos are, well, you will just have to come and listen and then decide for yourself.

If you are looking for an inspired uplifting atmosphere geared to promote personal spiritual growth, our Shul is just the place for you.

Rabbi Dovid Liberow



What is a Shul

A Shul, also known as a Synagogue, is a Jewish place of worship and communal gathering. It is the central institution of Jewish religious and communal life, serving as a gathering place for prayer, study, and community events.

The word "Shul" is derived from the Yiddish term for a synagogue, and it is commonly used in Ashkenazi Jewish communities. In Hebrew, the word for synagogue is "Bet Knesset," which means "House of Assembly." Many people also know it as “Temple”. However, the terms synagogue, temple and shul are often used interchangeably to refer to the same place.

Shuls play a crucial role in Jewish life, providing a space for individuals to connect with their faith, engage in communal worship, and foster a sense of belonging within the Jewish community.



Why join our shul?

I love the Tefilot

I find immense joy in the uplifting tefilot/prayers and Rabbi Liberow's inspiring sermons, alongside the warm and friendly nature of the community members.

- Benjamin Yaghoubian

Spiritual and Inspiring

For the past few years, I've been a regular at the Chabad Shul, where I've grown to deeply appreciate its spiritual and material offerings. The shul creates a warm and welcoming atmosphere for everyone, from long-time attendees to newcomers, with its friendly people. I'm always amazed by the Rav's ability to extract valuable guidance from the weekly parsha or current events, providing a meaningful direction for life. I look forward to continuing my davening at the shul, contributing to its growth, and sharing this inspiring spiritual experience with other community members in the years to come.

- Eli Tumi

The Feeling of Warmth

At the Chabad Shul, there is an exuded warm and welcoming atmosphere. Upon entering, you will be greeted with friendly smiles and approached by fellow congregants who genuinely want to get to know you. The sense of camaraderie is palpable after services, where you can enjoy engaging conversations and make meaningful connections. As you bid farewell, you will receive warm wishes for a "Good Shabbos," leaving a lasting impact on the people you've met. That's why I proudly call the Chabad Shul "my shul."

- Shaun Kashi

The Right Place

Relocating to a new community can be daunting, with the prospect of leaving behind familiar faces and cherished connections. When we arrived in Los Angeles, we reached out to Rabbi Liberow and expressed our interest in visiting the Shul. With warmth and a touch of humor, he invited us to come and introduced himself as "the guy with the black hat and the beard." Even before setting foot in the Shul, we knew we had made the right choice, as we were warmly embraced by the congregation, and the Kiddush featured the most delicious Cholent we had ever tasted!

- Sara Miller

Everyone is made to feel welcome

Rabbi Liberow is not only friendly but also genuinely sincere, with a delightful sense of humor. I greatly admire his devotion during Pesukai D'Zimra, reciting each word with deep understanding and utmost sincerity. Our Shul creates a welcoming and family-friendly environment where everyone feels comfortable and included.

- Ethan Goldstein



Services schedule

Shabbat morning 10:00am-12pm

Followed by Kiddush

- Pre prayer Kabbalah class 9am -



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