Our Shabbat services offer an opportunity to take a break from the daily stresses of life. Come nourish your soul, connect with community and experience the beauty and joy of Shabbat. All are welcome, no tickets, membership or advanced reservations required. We look forward to seeing your there!
Where is it?
Brentwood Presbyterian Church
12000 San Vicente Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90049
When is it?
The first Friday of every month
When’s the next service?
Friday, October 5, 2018 – Simchat Torah Shabbat Service!
Following our Shabbat service, stay for our Oneg.
What time does it start?
When does it end?
By about 8:30 pm
What should I wear?
Dress is casual/comfortable but respectful. If possible, please wear white in honor of Shabbat.
What to do with the kids?
Our wonderful on-site children’s program is professionally staffed by Zimmer Children’s Museum and runs concurrent with Shabbat services. No advance sign up is necessary. Please feel free to bring your child for the entire length of the service or for part of the time. Both you and your child will have a great experience!
Is there food?
Immediately following services, we offer a beautiful Oneg Shabbat, filled with delicious treats. The Oneg is generously sponsored each month by a member of our community, often as a tribute to someone special. If you’re interested in sponsoring an Oneg “in honor of” or “in memory of” someone, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Where should I park?
We suggest you come a bit early and look for street parking in the neighborhood (please read signs carefully). Occasionally, the church parking lot is open too.
Free parking is also available across the street on the OUTSIDE, ABOVE GROUND parking lot of 10801 National Blvd. (building adjacent to gas station). The entrance to that lot is on the east side of the building (towards Overland). Please Note: Do not park INSIDE the parking structure. That building will be locked during the event and you won’t be able to retrieve your car until Monday.
Please read signs carefully if you park on the street.