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Aliyah is more than a synagogue, religious school, and pre-school. We’re a caring community of people, each unique like you, looking to grow and share the Jewish journey together.

 

Temple Aliyah, founded in 1962, is a warm and friendly Conservative Jewish congregation, located in the heart of the West San Fernando Valley in Woodland Hills, California. We’re large enough to be a full-service congregation that offers you and your family every opportunity to expand your Jewish horizons. But we’re small enough for you to feel known and welcome.

 

Everyone’s unique. Yet no matter where you are in your life, you can experience Jewish life to its fullest with Aliyah. Some look to a synagogue for inspiring messages from the Rabbis. Others want songful prayers from the Hazzanim (Cantors). Still others simply want to be part of a social congregation and participate in programs that exemplify Jewish living. At Aliyah, you’ll find exactly what you want — in a home for long-term spiritual growth that celebrates every step of the journey.

 

For many generations of Jewish families in the West San Fernando and Conejo Valleys, Aliyah has been a place of hope, a place to learn, and a place to come together in times of celebration, as well as mourning. We are proud to provide a multitude of community services for our congregants and the public, including preschool care with award winning faculty, religious school, B'nai Mitzvah celebrations, marriages, funeral services, onsite kosher catering for any event, facility rentals, and so much more!

 

At Aliyah, we take pride in our synagogue and everyone that walks through our doors, because every single person adds their unique touch to this community. Among our congregants, Aliyah has the dual blessing of deeply engaged generations-long members as well as newcomers who dive into Synagogue life enthusiastically. This union of existing and new members is a strong foundation on which our plans for the future may be built.

 

Aliyah welcomes individuals, couples and families of all backgrounds – including interfaith, single-parent, blended families and individuals with special needs – we believe Aliyah can be a spiritual home for everyone.

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