PJC Shul on the Beach
All Services are held at the Famous Shul on the Beach
505 Ocean Front Walk (the Boardwalk) in Venice
Sunday Night, October 23rd, Shmini Atzeret
Services begin at 5:55 pm
Services begin at 9:00 am
Monday Night, Simchas Torah
Services begin at 5:30 pm with singing and dancing
Followed by Yom Tov dinner in the Succah $26 reserve here.
Tuesday Morning, Simchas Torah
Services begin at 9:00 am with singing and dancing
Followed by a Yom Tov lunch $20 reserve here.
Shabbos, October 28th-29th
Services begin at 5:50 pm followed by Shabbos Experience Dinner
$18 per person, reserve here.
8:30 am Pre prayer meditation on the beach in front of the shul
9:00 am Shacris
11:30 am Kiddush
5:10 pm Torah discussion with Rabbi Rubanowitz
5:40 pm Mincha/ Shalos Seudas/ Ma'ariv
Weekday Shacris Services
held at 726 Rose Ave (just west of Lincoln Blvd. across from the Whole Foods)
Sunday 8:00 am
Monday & Thursday 7:00 am
(sorry we don't yet cover the other days)
Ongoing Learning Opportunities
Tuesday Evening 7:45pm Gamorah (men only) with Rabbi M. Blau
Wednesday Evening 7:30 pm T.O.W.N.
(Torah On Wednesday Night) with Rabbi Shalom Rubanowitz, contemporary issues in Jewish Life.
Contact our office for more details.
Shul on the Beach:
505 Ocean Front Walk
726 Rose Avenue
Venice California 90291
310 392 8749
PJC - Pacific Jewish Center
Welcome to the Shul on the Beach!
We invite you to visit our historic Synagogue on the Venice Boardwalk.
Throughout the year, a vibrant community of all ages enjoys a wide range of educational, celebrative, and spiritual experiences. We welcome Jews of every background to join our “user friendly” traditional Orthodox services and celebrations.
All services are at the historic Shul on the Beach
505 Ocean Front Walk - Venice Beach
Located at a convenient walking distance from both
Santa Monica and Marina del Rey.
For questions, please call:
PJC Office at 310 392 8749
Who We Are
PJC, the Shul on the Beach, is a unique Torah community, located in the Venice/Santa Monica/Marina del Rey neighborhoods of Southern California.
Over the past three-plus decades, Pacific Jewish Center has grown into a community with a local core of approximately 50 families and friends, plus hundreds who attend our weekly programming. Membership includes families with children of all ages, elderly couples and singles, young singles and many visitors. Pacific Jewish Center is filled with a warmth and caring which is world reknown. PJC is known as well for its thirst for learning.
Come visit us and share a Shabbos on the famous Venice Beach Boardwalk.
Rabbi Shalom Rubanowitz is the Rabbi at PJC.
For his CV please see the "About Us" page.
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