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Adas Torah is a Shul centered on Tefilla, Limud Torah and Chesed. We have two minyanim on Shabbos and daily minyanim for all tefilos, and an array of shiurim and learning opportunities for men and women. Although our members are a diverse group, we are united as one shul and one community because we are all focused on the same three common goals: Primacy of Torah, inspirational and serious davening, and a strong sense of community. We welcome you to visit our kehila in the heart of the Pico Robertson community.

Thursday Night Mishmar

The program will be held weekly in the Beis Medrash. We will have a learning seder from 8:30 to 10:00 PM and Rabbi Revah will give a Parsha Shiur for those who are interested at 9:35. Maariv will follow at 10:00 PM.

 

Adas Torah Siyum

B"H we have had a good response to our Siyum initiative announced at the dinner. Our goal is to finish Tanach and Shas by next year's dinner. We hope that everyone in the shul will participate. You can commit to a perek or a whole masechta or any amount in between. You can also commit to something that has already been taken. The important thing is that everyone do something.

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Family Fun Day at Rancho Park

Adas Torah Building Campaign 

Please click here for dedication opportunities. 

 

Adas Torah Chanukas
HaBayis and Dinner

View the 2017 Dinner Journal Presentation Here

 

Yoreh Deah Chabura

Our Yoreh Deah Chabura meets every Sunday morning at 9:00 am. We are presently learning Hilchos Bassar V’cholov. To hear the shiurim from Rabbi Revah please click here

 

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Nitzachon: Adas Torah
Journal of Torah Ideas

The shul is excited to present the seventh volume of its semi-annually published journal of Torah essays written about the Moadim and Parshios by members of Adas Torah. Volume 4:2 includes 27 thoughtful essays on Sefer Vayikra, Sefer Bamidbar and Sefer Devarim, and covers Halacha, Machshava, philosophy, history, and Chasidus. For dedication opportunities or to submit articles for the next volume of Nitzachon, please speak to Rabbi Revah, Michael Kleinman, or Yaakov Siegel.

Sun, August 20 2017 28 Av 5777