Southern California Nessah Educational and Cultural Center

This Shabbat:
Shabbat Parashat: Shemini
Friday, April 17, 2015
Candles Lighting at 7:08 PM
Saturday, April 18, 2015
Havdalah at 8:11 PM
(Times for Beverly Hills, CA)

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Nessah Groups

Young Professionals (N.I.Y.P.)
Nessah Israel Young Professionals fosters leadership and fuels the light of Judaism in the hearts of future generations through educational seminars and social events.  Our goal is to unite the young Jewish community, and to bring them closer to their Jewish roots.

Nessah Lecture Committee
Nessah Lecture Committee serves to enrich the Greater Los Angeles Jewish community by bringing prominent guest lecturers, educators and Rabbis who share and perpetuate our mission of creating, enhancing, and sustaining a learning environment that brings our community closer to Judaism and Zionism.  Through our visiting speakers, we strive to provide unique and mentally stimulating experiences that will nourish and inspire the heart, mind, and soul of each member of our community.

I.D.E.A (Individuals Devoted to Education and Awareness)
We are a group of Iranian Jewish Young Professionals devoted to raising awareness and promoting growth while addressing various contemporary political, social, and religious issues. We are going to achieve this objective by organizing a variety of stimulating and thought provoking programs dealing with political, social, and religious subjects. At the same time, through fun and lively programs, our goal is to create a comfortable and pleasant environment where everyone has the opportunity to meet interesting people and build real and lasting friendships.

Reach-U-All Group is vested in promoting, inspiring and teaching the inner beauties of Jewish values, heritage and culture. We are dedicated to bring forth unity and growth to our community regardless of the observance standards. Our commitment is to strive beyond what is expected and our mission is to bring light, awakening and momentum to the great potential of Iranian American Jewish community, specifically our youth.

LeDor VaDor (ages 19- 26)
Known for its efforts in connecting the young leaders of the Sephardic Jewish community through Activism, Zionism, Social, and Philanthropy, Ledor Vador is here to embrace that inherent connection we all have to our heritage and further its development from generation to generation.

Nessah Sisterhood
Our sisterhood events are nothing short of amazing! With everything from special entertainers to interesting speakers to day-trips to places like Santa Barbara and San Diego, Sisterhood events are increadibly popular and well-attended!

NIT–Nessah ( Nessah Israel Teens)
NIT-Nessah was formed to provide Jewish teens with an opportunity to build a strong connection to their Jewish roots and Israel through various educational and social programs. Our activities are geared towards encouraging our youth to shape their communities by creating meaningful and long lasting friendships, while developing a better sense of self through Jewish values. NIT-Nessah is based on principles of equity, community, and social responsibility. For more information, please visit:

Scholar's Program

Men's Club

My Beshert

Simcha Hall Services

For further information, please contact us at 310.273.2400

Sunday, April 19th
Brunch with Holocaust Survivors

Tuesday, April 21st
Yom Hazikaron Community Wide Night of Remembrance

Friday & Saturday, April 24th & 25th
Shabbat To Unite
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Sunday, April 26th
Saving Lives' Parent Workshop

Sunday, May 3rd 9:00AM
Blood Drive

Sunday, May 3rd 5:00PM
Saving Lives' Teen Workshop

Sunday, May 6th
Poker & Backgammon Tournaments

Sunday, June 7th
Panel Discussion

Weekly Classes


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