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Hollywood Temple Beth El and The Sephardic Singles Havurah invite you to:
A community celebration of the final night of Chanukah, December 31st, beginning at 5:30pm with Havdalah.

Please join us as we light our giant Chanukah Menorah with Rabbi Steven Rosenberg and celebrate the universal Jewish concepts of religious freedom, embracing diversity, and the victory of light over darkness. We will also sing a few Chanukah songs and enjoy some light refreshments.

The double celebration continues at 8pm, the festivities continue with a bring-and-light-your-own-menorah ceremony; foods including potato latkes and sufganiyot; festive music, plus a dramatic reading of "'Twas the Night before Chanukah." Stay to ring in the new year with friends, music, dancing and a champagne toast at midnight!

From 8pm - 12:30am, the party is just $36 for paid RSVPs received by 12/28; $72 after 12/28.

RSVP to 323-656-3150 to be sure you get champagne!
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COME TO OUR CASBAH!

Hollywood Temple Beth El and Sephardic Singles Havurah invite you to an enchanting evening of singing, dancing and entertainment celebrating the "Eighth. Night of Chanukah" with candle lighting, delicious sufganiyot, bunuelos, hors d'oeuvres and desert catered by the Temple, followed by a New Year's Eve champagne toast at midnight. Hollywood Temple Beth El, 1317 North Crescent Heights Blvd., West Hollywood 90046. Send your $36 check made out to the Temple in advance or $72 at the door. Sephardic Singles Havurah . For information and reservations call: 323-969-8088,or Hollywood Temple Beth El 323-656-3150.
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Hollywood Temple Beth El is one of the oldest and most well known synagogues in Los Angeles. In the past, it has included illustrious members of the entertainment world including Louis B. Mayer, Edward G. Robinson, and Max Factor, founder of the cosmetic empire.Since 1998, we have been home to two congregations: one American (Ashkenazic) and one Persian. From time to time we have joint services.Today we have members from all over the world with an emphasis on Eastern Europeans, many of whom are Holocaust survivors and their children.We are an egalitarian congregation and knowledgeable members are encouraged to lead various parts of the service. Those who wish to learn are welcome to join us on Shabbat mornings when Rabbi Weinberg teaches about the Torah and Judaism. The Rabbi conducts Bar and Bat Mitzvah instruction for children and adults. Keep in touch with us for upcoming concerts and our monthly Friday night Shabbat Service. We are looking forward to seeing you soon.