An open, warm, and wonderful community welcomes you.
In a world so often large and impersonal, it’s nice to be a part of something small and friendly. The Westwood Village Synagogue is such a place. A contemporary Orthodox congregation, the seeds of the “Village Shul” were planted nearly 25 years ago by three families who wanted to establish a minyan near the UCLA campus. Since its inception, we have evolved into a welcoming congregation known for our hospitality and strong interest in Judaic study.
Come experience our dynamic programs, challenging intellectual discourse and very special sense of community. Come home to Westwood Village Synagogue.
FIRST SATURDAY OPEN HOUSE SHABBAT
We have an extra special kiddush the first Saturday of every month. Please join us for an uplifting service followed by a mouth-watering kiddush. Children are invited to participate in our special children's program, led by our expert educator.
Come see what Westwood Village Synagogue is all about!
1148 Westwood Boulevard I Los Angeles, California 90024 (above Peet's Coffee)
Monday-Friday: 7:00 am
Sunday: 8:00 am (first Sunday of the month offsite)
National Holidays: 8:00 am
Rosh Chodesh/Taanit: 6:45 am
Street Parking Available before 8:00 am
Friday Night: (Mincha, Kabbalat Shabbat)
Winter: Ten minutes before candlelighting
Daylight Savings Time: 6:30 pm
Shabbat Morning: 9:30 am
Kiddush Immediately Following Services: 12:00 pm
We have events and activities throughout the year including Shabbat Lunch and Learns, a Purim party, Shavuot dinner and learn, weekday classes, Gemarah class with Rabbi Weiss, Seudah Shlishit learning, annual BBQ for members, and more.