Welcome to Temple Beth Hillel

We are a Reform Jewish community of faith, education, and friendship for all ages and stages of life. Our schools, youth programs, religious and fraternal activities all contribute to our reputation as a place where you and your family can put down roots and grow together with strength and love.

Our membership is made up of Jews, non-Jews, interfaith families, and Jews-by-choice of all ages, backgrounds, and sexual orientations. We are committed to healing the world (the Jewish precept of tikkun olam). Our programs emphasize the vital work that God calls us to do on behalf of peace and justice for all our fellow beings.

Our services are lively, warm gatherings of friends, with joyful, spiritual music, meaningful study and a friendly Oneg Shabbat afterward.

Your first visit may be to observe a holiday, celebrate a wedding or bar mitzvah, remember a loved one, or rekindle your personal relationship with your faith. But you will soon find yourself engaged in friendly conversation and marking your calendar for a return visit.

We look forward to greeting you at our services, celebrations, and events. Like thousands of others over the past 70 years, you will find new friends and a spiritual home at Temple Beth Hillel.



For more information and to obtain Zoom links and Passwords

  • check the weekly EBlast or
  • Contact Nolan at or (818) 763-9148

Thursday, 4/8 at 9:30am – Shabbat Torah Text Study

In the Jewish community, Torah is read on Mondays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. We invite everyone who is interested to study with Rabbis Hronsky and Stein. No previous study experience necessary.  Join via Zoom (see Eblast or Nolan at

Thursday, 4/8 from 7 – 8 pm – Yom HaShoah

Join us on zoom or facebook live as we light our Brotherhood Yom HaShoah candles and listen to Julie Kohner from Voices of the Generations which teaches the devastation of the Holocaust through its impact on one family. It is through their only child, Julie, that Hanna and Walter’s story lives on.  Join via Zoom (see Eblast or Nolan at

Sunday, 4/11 at 11 am – Yom Ha’Atzmaut across America.  SEE FLYER. Join Via Zoom by checking the eBlast or contacting Nolan @

In celebration of Israel’s 73rd birthday, communities across America will come together to co-host and celebrate the 2nd Annual Yom Ha’atzmaut Across America live virtual concert event. It is hosted by Sheldon Low and Hadar Orshalimy and featuring some of the most recognizable names in Jewish music and leadership around the world.  2021 headliners include full-band performances by Chava Mirel, Josh Nelson, and Hadar and Sheldon.  In addition to a joyous celebration of Israeli music, proceeds from Yom Ha’atzmaut Across America support Covid-19 relief. Proceeds benefit MAZON, A Jewish Response to Hunger.

Sunday, 4/11 at 7 pm – Rosh Chodesh. See the FLYER HEREJoin Via Zoom by checking the eBlast or contacting Nolan @

Women of Temple Beth Hillel and Rabbi Keara Stein invite you to join us via zoom for Rosh Chodesh. The theme of this Rosh Chodesh is “ROUND” and we will start the zoom fun by prepping pizzas. You can purchase ready-made pizza dough (Trader Joe’s) or frozen dough (flour or cauliflower). If you would like to make your own dough, the ingredients are to the right along with other items you will need. See the FLYER HERE. RSVP to Leslye by April 8, 2021  Join via Zoom (see Eblast or Nolan at

Wednesday, 4/14 at 7:30 – 9 pm – With guest speaker Marra Gad. See the Flyer HERE  Join via Zoom by checking the eBlast or contacting Nolan at 

Rabbis Hronsky and Stein will be leading part 2 of the discussion on the book The Color of Love: A Story of a Mixed-Race Jewish Girl by Marra Gad. These discussions occur in a safe, respectful, and challenging environment over zoom. To purchase a book, please contact the Temple Office (818) 763-9148

Wednesday, 4/21 at 7 pm – Book Club. Join via Zoom by checking the eBlast or contacting Nolan at or (818) 763-9148

Get the book and participate in the discussion led by Rabbi Jim:
The Tyranny of Merit: What’s Become of the Common Good?
by Michael Sandel.

The Temple offices are currently closed to most visitors, and all business can be conducted by phone, email, or video conference. If you do need to arrange to visit the Temple offices, you must call the Temple office in advance to arrange an appointment. All visitors to the Temple campus must wear a face covering, be clear of COVID symptoms, and take a health screening questionnaire.



Congratulations to Claudine Douglas, Kathryn Jensen

and Rabbi Keara Stein for being recognized

at BJE’s Out of the Box Gala on February 5, 2021.



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