The Jewish Community Library of Los Angeles has been meeting the information and literary needs of the Los Angeles Jewish community for over fifty years. The Library offers full reference services to the general community. The Library also offers an array of programming that promotes family involvement in Jewish education and continuity.
If you ask the right questions, you probably can get them to mail you the items of your choice (for just the cost of return postage.)
To locate JCLLA material, click on the link shown above and search the jclla catalog to locate the desired items. Call the JCLLA 323-761-8644 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org or fax at 323-761-8647 with your request. The JCLLA will advise you on availability of the item and when it can be sent to you.
By the way, the person who provided this valuable info to us is Margo Haas (she's the woman on the left in the picture at the top of this page.)
Our Adult Education program hase been successful in bringing us speakers, movies and the highly acclaimed "Yiddish Film Festival." If you have any suggestions for future events, please e-mail us by clicking on the ......
Steven Speilberg's sponsorship of Holocaust information
Jewish & New-ish: A Supportive Online Space for Those Who Have Recently (0-5 Years) Converted to Judaism—Thursdays,December 9, January 13, February 10, 8-9 PM ET. Plan to attend one, two, or all three free sessions. Have you converted to Judaism in the past five years? Join an online gathering where you can make connections, process your experiences, and continue your learning through a Reform Jewish lens. Live captioning and/or ASL interpretation available with two weeks advance request. Contact Learning@urj.org.
Jews of Color & People of Color who are Jewish-Adjacent Affinity Space Gathering
December 12, 2021, 8-9 PM ET. Join us for monthly Reform Movement Affinity Space Gatherings led by and for Jews of Color & People of Color who are Jewish-Adjacent (those of us who are People of Color & do not identify as Jewish but are partnered with a Jewish person or part of a Jewish family).
Learn to Read Hebrew for Adults is now enrolling! A true beginner's course! Familiarity with Hebrew can be a key to feeling at home in the Jewish community. Ten live online class sessions with our experienced Hebrew educators and a community of learners,coupled with independent practice between sessions, will enable students to master thealef-bet.
January-March 2022; 10 one-hour sessions, $180.
Introduction to Judaism online courses begin January 2022!
Register for a 21-session course for individuals and couples who want to learn about Judaism through a Reform Jewish lens. The URJ will grant scholarships and payment plan options to students in need upon request.