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Our Synagogue Was Attacked. Help Us Keep It Safe!

Yesterday, our synagogue was besieged by a large antisemitic demonstration specifically targeting our building at the epicenter of the Los Angeles Jewish community. Hundreds of masked anti-Israel agitators systematically descended upon the entrance and surrounded the building in order to overwhelm LAPD and security teams present. Screaming for the destruction of the Jewish State and displaying terrorist regalia, the mob proceeded to harass and intimidate anyone trying to enter the synagogue to worship. The situation quickly deteriorated into open violence, with several synagogue members injured including women and minors. It is a miracle that the sanctuary itself was not breached and desecrated, God forbid.


But we are, at the same time, deeply concerned that the ongoing national attention itself compromises our small congregation's ability to safely operate as a place of worship. Members are, tragically, already expressing fear of attending services or bringing their children. And our small operating budget is simply inadequate for the upgrades needed to fortify our building following yesterday's events.


Adas Torah is a Shul centered on Tefilla, Limud Torah and Chesed. We have multiple 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.

Here is a direct link to the membership page

Nitzachon: Adas Torah
Journal of Torah Ideas


The shul is excited to present the twentieth volume of its semi-annually published journal of Torah essays written about the Moadim, Parshios, and general interest topics by members of Adas Torah. Volume 11:2 includes thoughtful essays on Purim, Pesach, Shavuos, Tisha B'av, Eretz Yisrael, and topics affecting our daily lives and Halacha. The articles cover many aspects including Halacha, Machshava, Hashkafa, 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.


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Adas Torah Building Campaign 

Please click here for dedication opportunities. 

Wed, July 24 2024 18 Tammuz 5784