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Shabbat Services

Shabbat (Shofet Hall)

6:00 pm   Mincha, Kabbalat Shabbat, Devar Torah & Arvit

Shacharit  8:30 am 

Mincha      6:30 pm  followed by Seuda Shlishit and Arvit

Shabbat (Simcha Hall)

7:10 pm    Mincha, Kabbalat Shabbat, Devar Torah & Arvit 

Shacharit    9:15 am
Mincha        7:15 pm 
followed by Seuda Shlishit and Arvit


Read or Watch about Weekly Parasha:






Bereishit Vayikra Devarim Shmot Bamidbar
Noach Tzav V'etchanan Va'eira Naso
Lech Lecha Shmini Ekev Bo
Vayeira Tazria Re'eh Beshalach
Chayei Sarah Metzora Shoftim Yitro Be'halot'cha
Toldot Acharei Mot Ki Tetzei Mishpatim Shlach
Vayetzei Kedoshim Ki Tavo Trumah Korach
Vayishlach Emor Nitzavim Tetzaveh Chukat
Vayeshev Behar Vayelech Ki Tisa Balak
Mikeitz Bechukotai Ha'azinu Vayakhel Pinchas
V'Zot HaBracha Pekudei Matot


Synagogue Guidelines During COVID-19 Restriction

In order to be able to attend, you must register in advance. Please read the statements and protocols listed below and  click the link at the bottom of the page to register. Registration is required so that we can set up our space with proper social distancing and to have a record of who was in attendance.

Who can attend?

  • Age 13 and Older. No children below 13 may attend at this time.

Who should not attend?

  • We encourage those over the age of 65 or in a high‐risk group (e.g. diabetic, high blood pressure, heart or  lung  disease, etc.) to consult with their physician before attending services at this time.
  • Anyone who is currently testing positive for COVID‐19, has symptoms that could be COVID‐19 or who has been in recent contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID‐19 (within 14 days) will not be able to attend. COVID‐19 symptoms, as described by the CDC, include cough, shortness of breath or difficulty  breathing, fever, chills, muscle pain, sore throat, new loss of taste or smell.
  • Anyone feeling ill for any reason will not be able to attend.

As a condition of attending, you agree to observe the protocols listed below

  • Wear a facemask, covering your nose and mouth, at all times.
  • Bring your own tallit.
  • Agree to a temperature check before entering. Anyone with a temperature will not be allowed to    enter. Additionally, anyone exhibiting symptoms of illness or of COVID‐19 will not be allowed to enter.
  • Follow all instructions given by Nessah clergy and employees.
  • Maintain social distancing of 6 feet or more at all times everywhere on Nessah’s Courtyard and in the        building.
  • No touching or kissing of Torah and mezuzahs
  •  No gathering or socializing at Nessah before or after davening
  •  No food or drinks

 Synagogue Guidelines

For Safety and Security all children not attending services with their parents must be in our supervised Children's Shabbat Program. Temple security will not allow children to congregate in the hallway. Children will be asked to join the Shabbat Program or join their parents for services.
The Synagogue is a holy place and Shabbat is a holy time. In respect of their sanctity, in honor of our Jewish traditions and for the benefit of our congregation, please:
 1.Dress modestly.
 2.Refrain from unnecessary talking during prayer services.
 3.Turn off cell phones, beepers and other electronic equipment.
 4.Solicitation of funds for any other organizations or individuals, unless previously approved by the elected representatives of the Board of Directors, is prohibited.
 5.PLEASE do not bring noghl (Persian candy) into the sanctuary. Only Kosher candy brought to the office by Friday morning is allowed. No food or drinks are allowed in Shofet Hall.
 6.Only 3 Shiras for each Simcha.
 7.Do not exit or enter the sanctuary during sermons and announcements.
 8.Bring & leave children -- through pre-Bar/Bat Mitzvah age -- to our Downstairs Lounge Children’s Program. Baby-sitters are also provided for your convenience in the downstairs lounge.
 9.Call the Synagogue office (310.273.2400) during the week to request an Alia (Berakha Torah) in the main sanctuary.
 10.Contact the office during the week, should you wish to sponsor a Kiddush.
Your cooperation is appreciated in creating a spiritual and meaningful Shabbat. Please contact the office at (310) 273-2400 with your suggestions and comments. We will be most responsive.


Nessah Congregants Code of Conducts

Key Principles

Nessah Synagogue is an inclusive and engaging Orthodox community. We aim to welcome everyone and operate on a basis of equality and mutual respect.

Nessah Synagogue has a duty of care to all users of its facilities – members, volunteers, and visitors – and nobody should be made to feel unwelcome, uncomfortable or unsafe.

Everyone deserves respect and to be able to enjoy the peace, friendship, and facilities of Nessah without disturbance.

Code of Conduct

This Code of Conduct requires ALL members, volunteers, and visitors of Nessah’s facilities to take all reasonable steps to:

  • refrain from disrespectful and offensive language and behavior at all times.
  • respect the safety of others.
  • respect how services, functions, and activities are delivered at Nessah.
  • avoid damaging the building and its contents and the property of other users.

If a member, volunteer, or visitor has any feedback or suggestions as to how Nessah’s activities can be improved, this should be delivered in a considered and respectful manner to Nessah’s authorized officers or employees.

In addition, ALL members, volunteers, and visitors of Nessah’s facilities can expect the following:

  • No one, with the exception of the Rabbi and current members of Board of Directors, is allowed to deliver a speech or address the community during services, functions, or activities without prior written approval of the Board of Directors.
  • No one should be harassed, abused, or intimidated either verbally or physically.
  • Everyone should be treated with dignity and respect regardless of race, nationality, gender, sexual orientation, disability or age.
  • At all times, language or humor that people find offensive and unwelcome will not be tolerated.

Incident Management

All incidents of harassment or inappropriate behavior should be reported immediately to Nessah’s office or current Board members. You can do so by contacting a member of the Board, or the office. All such incidents will be addressed promptly and in confidence.

In all cases, an acceptable resolution will be sought. The following action(s) will be taken as deemed appropriate/necessary:

  • If there is a repeat offense, the offender will be barred from Nessah’s facilities for a defined period of time or be expelled from Nessah
  • Any other action provided by the Bylaws of Nessah or under the law.
Tue, June 25 2024 19 Sivan 5784