An Independent Jewish Spiritual and Cultural Community
Combining Tradition, Spirit, New Thought and Music

Reconnect with your Jewish roots through soulful music and deeply rooted wisdom.   Join an open-minded community to pray, sing, listen and share your ideas as we use the lens of Jewish faith to engage with today’s world.

12355 Moorpark Street, Studio City, CA 91604 

In residence at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Studio City for over 40 years.

Congregation Beth Ohr has no membership fees. We only request per event donations .
ZOOM and YouTube Streaming Services with 
Rabbi Haim and Cantor Andrew

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Services approximately 1-1/2 hours
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      Sat, June  6 at 10:30 am

Join us this Shabbat morning, June 6 at 10:30 am for a Torah discussion based on Numbers' Torah portion Nasso 4:21 - 7:89. The Neo-Hassidic interpretations of the Torah portion are part of Judaism's modern invitation that remains rooted in the "deed" ie Mitzvah. At the center of modern Judaism is the search for a different consciousness that invokes the unity of and sacred potential in all life. "God's glory fills the whole earth" (Isa. 6:3). The neo-Hassdic mitzvah is to search for the holy within the mundane, knowing that we cannot attain a realization. We remain always in an aspirational mode. (Or N. Rose)
This week as we reflect on the Torah portion we will be challenged and hopefully inspired by the teachers of tradition.

      Fri, June 12 at 7:30 pm 
Pre-Service socializing at 7:10 pm, Oneg after service


Congregation Beth Ohr was established more than 50 years ago under the leadership of the esteemed Rabbi Michael Roth of blessed memory.  

We continue his vision of a "boutique shul” with a blend of traditional and contemporary practice.  Our members enjoy a community where we get to know each other personally,  listen to gifted cantorial soloists and musicians,  and experience an inspiring connection to our roots as well as to our world as it is now.

We are now under the learned and joyful spiritual leadership of Interim Rabbi Haim Beliak who, as a rabbinical student, was inspired by Rabbi Roth.  We are thrilled to be able to continue our own tradition of a unique blend of old and new.  We know that we have something special  to share – and we hope you will join us.

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