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The Shtibl Minyan is an egalitarian Jewish community and lay-led independent minyan in Los Angeles whose davening attempts to fulfill the joyous Hassidic ideal of “כל עצמותי תאמרנה/with all my limbs I will say praise” (Psalms 35:10).

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Sukkot and Simchat Torah 5783/2022  October 6, 2022

Join us for the first day of Sukkot Monday 10/10 @ 9:15 back at the Workers Circle (1525 S Robertson Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90035)  Then again… Shabbat Chol Hamoed Sukkot, Oct 15th @ 9:15 am – childcare provided and Potluck Lunch in the Sukkah to follow Simchat Torah Maariv/Hakafot, Oct 17th @ night (exact time TBD) Reach out to coordinators@shtibl.com […]

Yamim Noraim with the Shtibl Minyan 5783/2022 September 13, 2022

Shana tova! We are overjoyed to be together for the Yamim Noraim again this year. What follows is a Shtibl High Holiday guide with all the information you need.  Please let us know which services you’ll be attending using this google form. so we can anticipate the number of people participating in our davening and […]

Shtibl Shabbat Mornings 2022 December 20, 2021

We’re back to in-person davening twice a month in the greater Pico-Robertson neighborhood. We hope you can join us as we gather with our heimish community in person! We meet the first and third Shabbat of the month — join our email list to get the most up-to-date information regarding where and when we’re meeting. […]

High Holidays 2020 August 16, 2020

We are also beginning to plan for the High Holidays and will provide an update in this space shortly to provide more details about our virtual gatherings. We already know that we’ll be meeting on the evening of Selichot (Saturday night, Sept. 12,) Erev Rosh Hashanah, Erev Yom Kippur and to mark the end of […]

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