Congregation Beit T'Shuvah
We Believe in the Power of You
The heart and soul of the Beit T'Shuvah community lives in our congregation. This is temple as you’ve never experienced before. We guarantee it. Weekly Friday and Saturday services, along with High Holiday services and holiday celebrations, blend live original music, storytelling, and traditional prayer with the celebration of individual gratitude and sober birthdays-making Judaism relevant to daily life and creating an entirely unique spiritual experience for every congregant.

Led by our head rabbi and spiritual leader, Rabbi Mark Borovitz, and sung as you’ve never heard it by Cantor Shira Fox, the BTS Choir, and the BTS Band, our Shabbat services are open to the public with a typical attendance of over 300 members on Shabbat, and up to 1,000 on High Holidays.

Our congregants include a unique blend of people that have been touched by Beit T'Shuvah's spirit and life-saving mission, ranging from alumni and current families to passionate supporters or spiritual seekers, looking to relate to their Judaism differently than generations of the past. Collectively making us a growing, vibrant family that keeps people connected for a lifetime.

We guarantee you've never experienced a synagogue quite like Congregation Beit T'Shuvah. It doesn't matter what sect or denomination of Judaism you were raised in - or if you have never dabbled in Judaism before at all. Our incorporation of Relevant Judaism is by design: allowing you to integrate faith into your daily life in a way that is meaningful to you. Congregation BTS is the spiritual core of our community, pushing individuals to continually strive for spiritual growth and renewal.

We whole-heartedly welcome every type of person and love every type of soul.

We want to meet you! Give us a call! Cheryl will be happy to answer all of your questions at 310-204-5200 Ext. 213 or

We Believe 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.

We Want You! Become a Member 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
We Offer 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.

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Rabbi wants to hear from you, email him with comments or questions about this weeks Torah Portion here.
Friday - Shabbat Services 6:30 PM
Saturday - Torah Study 7:15 AM; Shabbat Services 11:00 AM
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