Welcome to a different kind of congregation.

Every Friday night is full of heart, soul, and rock'n roll. Only at Congregation Beit T'Shuvah will you find such an offbeat and uproarious display of song and prayer.

That's how we keep Judaism relevant. Gone are the days of sleep-inducing services, perfect manners, dress codes, and painful silence. We experience Judaism in a different way than the generations before us. So why pretend otherwise? Maybe it's because we come from the world of recovery. But to us, and the eclectic group of people found dancing in their seats, Torah is a verb. It's found in community, in relationships, and in the music within.

So, we've been updating the playlist - Congregation Beit T'Shuvah gives Judaism a whole new soundtrack.



Become a member of our full service congregation and enjoy:
  • Amazing and Unique Shabbat Services
    • Friday Night at 6:30pm
    • Saturday Mornings at 11:00am
    • Monthly Kids Shabbat Services at 5:30pm - 4th Friday of Every Month
  • Holiday Observances and Celebrations
  • Rochelle and Robert Gluckstein and Family B'Nai Mitzvah Program
  • Social Action Projects
  • Adult Education
  • Adult B'nai Mitzvah
  • Personal Relationships with Clergy
  • Beit T'Shuvah Choir
  • Creative Arts Department
  • Beit T'Shuvah Sisterhood
  • Sober Birthday Celebrations
  • A Beautiful Venue for your Simchas or Rental Needs


Music Matters
Ever heard of Motown Shabbat? How about Beatles or Outlaw Shabbat? Gospel, anyone? We like to mix things up a bit. We put traditional prayer to all your favorite tracks. People flock to our Shabbat services for the music; it is at the heart of our congregation, and it reaches every member in a different way.


Pay-What-You-Can Membership
At Congregation Beit T'Shuvah, our unique and diverse members are our greatest asset. We are committed to creating a spiritual community in which anyone is welcome and everyone matters. Because of that, we have created a Pay-What-You-Can membership structure that ensures that membership is within everyone's reach.

Our membership program simply requests offerings made from the heart. Each member or family makes a commitment that is comfortable for them. Our recommended contribution of $500 per household does much to defray our temple's annual operating costs. Whatever you can afford today, whatever gift your heart moves you to make, allows Beit T'Shuvah to exist as a sanctuary for all.


High Holiday Services
If our Shabbat services are the rock concert, our High Holiday services are the Superbowl Halftime Show.

Join us in the acoustic and open space of Agape International Spiritual Center and experience this annual ritual as you never have before; led by the dynamic Rabbi Mark and his clergy, accompanied by the choir and the band, and studded with moving and authentic stories of personal transformation. Don't miss out!

Please continue on to the membership application and become a part of our unique community.

For any questions please feel free to contact:
Cheryl Wolf at 310-204-5200 Ext. 213 or cwolf@beittshuvah.org

Please select one of the following commitment levels for 2016-2017 membership:
For membership commitments of $500 and over you will receive 4 High Holiday Tickets.
For membership commitments under $500 you will receive 1 High Holiday Ticket.















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RT @Rabbi_Mark: For this week's Parsha, Eikev, let's remember to allow ourselves to be confronted and defeated by a higher and... https://t

#TBT to last night night and goofy faces during the weekly improv group with our dear friends at The Miracle Project https://t.co/fGOSgywU9Y

Here's special guest, Matt Shapiro, with this week's #VideoParsha https://t.co/AiCuOG7Xmg


RT @sjnm_la: Shabbat Shalom! Final week of classes for #Summersixteen has come to a close! @BeitTShuvah #ZSJNM https://t.co/S3pw5c2Orf