Beth Shalom of Whittier 6726 Washington Ave, Whittier, CA  1.562.941.8744  Email Us

  Progressive Conservative Judaism

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We have moved.  We are now sharing a facility with First Friends Church at 6726 Washington Ave, Whittier.

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Shabbat Services

Fridays 7:30 PM Kaballat Shabbat Service
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Beth Shalom is blessed to have Hazzan Lance H Tapper as its clergy.  Come Join us and learn from the best!


Check the Events page often to see the latest offerings.

LGBT Families Welcome

Beth Shalom of Whittier is a modern, dynamic, and inviting Synagogue practicing a warm and welcoming service. Offering a fusion of Conservative American and Israeli blends, Classical liturgy with Chassidic spirit and Sephardic elements, in a refreshing and unique way. Our services blend liturgy and music, to draw people in with the sounds and motion of Judaism. in a most inspirational and innovating fashion.

Welcoming to all who enter, at Beth Shalom of Whittier we are dedicated to offering a home for the unaffiliated and to promoting a trans-denominational spirit within Judaism.  Beth Shalom has proudly served the Whittier, La Mirada, La Habra, Brea, Hacienda Heights and Northern Orange County areas for more than 60 years.

Our Synagogue is a "bet Knesset", a "House of Assembly". It is where we gather at the most meaningful times in our lives...a baby naming in front of the Ark or the hush in the congregation the moment before the Shofar is heard. The Beth Shalom congregation offers beautiful weekday, Shabbat and holiday services and truly believes the synagogue is where our children learn the meaning of belonging to a unique People--a place where we find meaning and special moments of celebration and affirmation.

Our Judaism, as expressed in the synagogue fills emotional, intellectual and social needs in us all. We have faith in the Jewish Community. There is a place for every man, woman, and child at Beth Shalom of Whittier.