Gather with men of all ages to study Torah. Enjoy each other’s friendship, insights, and life responses as inspired by the weekly Torah portion. Usually led by Rabbi Rosove.
Gather with an amazing community of committed congregants to study the weekly Torah portion. Our teachers are community members and come from a variety of backgrounds and experiences, making this a constantly changing and engaging opportunity. Usually Lay Lead.
Led by Rabbi Michelle Missaghieh
Join a two-year course, taught by an outstanding master teacher and TIOH member Judy Aronson. Learn to read Hebrew, Torah and prepare for an Adult Bar/Bat Mitzvah.
Co-sponsored by Hebrew Union College Jewish Institute of Religious, this annual weekend, named for our beloved and honored Rabbi Max Nussbaum and his wife Ruth, brings incredible, highly acclaimed, cutting edge Jewish thinkers and speakers to Temple Israel of Hollywood for several days of learning, lectures and discussion.
Mussar is a Jewish spiritual practice that focuses on our human characteristics called middot (anger, gratitude, humility, trust and patience). The practice of Mussar includes studying Mussar writings on these characteristics, reflecting on them in our lives and adopting personalized practices that help us use these characteristics in productive ways.
This introductory class provides a meaningful education experience for any person interested in knowing and understanding Judaism and Jewish life. The course offers an opportunity to broaden Jewish awareness, acquire basic Jewish vocabulary and gain intellectual and experiential knowledge of Judaism in an open and relaxed atmosphere.
The National Jewish Outreach Program offers a popular course beginning each fall that is designed for Jews with little or no background in Hebrew. This free course concentrates on learning the Hebrew alphabet and beginning reading skills (required if you plan to become an Adult Bar/Bat Mitzvah).
Join Chazzan Danny Maseng for an opportunity to learn the music we sing at services at TIOH. Learn the meaning of the prayers in the prayer book, the historical context of the liturgy, and feel part of a spiritually engaged community.
The choir is open to all ages 13 and up. Join great company, learn music, culture, history, Hebrew, liturgy and more. A commitment to learning challenging music; a commitment to attend rehearsals; an open heart & open mind are a must.
Dine and discuss relevant issues of our day in this incredible lunchtime series offered annually with Rabbi John Rosove and Michelle Missaghieh. Advanced registration is required.
Join congregants and meet in each other’s homes to discuss books of interest to Jewish men and women.
Join with an incredible community of women from Temple Israel for a weekend of learning with scholar in residence Bea Lawrence, health and wellness classes, outdoor exploration, relaxation, mah jongg, great company and fun at Camp Ramah in Ojai, California.
Join a bunch of Jewish guys in the desert… again! Attend this awesome weekend in Joshua Tree complete with good times, great connections, learning and an unforgettable group of guys.