JConnect partners with Pico Shul on Jewish programs for millennials
About Pico Shul
Pico Shul Alevy Learning Center is a spiritual home and community for Jewish millennials in Los Angeles, founded by Rabbi Yonah and Rachel Bookstein in 2013. Together with a group of passionate, life-affirming young Jews, Pico Shul is a purposeful, welcoming Jewish community, committed to spiritual growth and living mindfully. As you might guess, the Center is located in the Pico/Robertson neighborhood of LA. Pico is known as a dynamic young Jewish community. (Some say Pico stands for People Inspired Caring for Others.)
Friendly Shabbat Services and more at Pico Center Alevy Learning Center
The Pico Shul offers inspiring ways to connect each week: user-friendly Shabbat Services and Kiddush Lunches, Torah learning, Holiday programs, community volunteering, special events and speakers. Pico Shul is unique in a lot of things that we do, and have become the spiritual and community home of many young adults and others who come for its youthful spirit. The community is as diverse as the Jewish people.
Pico Shul is made possible by the Alevy Family and many generous supporters.
About Pico Shul from Google and Yelp Reviews:
I love the Pico Shul community. They are so welcoming towards everyone and have created an atmosphere of passion towards social justice, appreciation of the heroes of our community, helping the needy and helping jews find their shidujs. Rabbi Yonah and Rebetzin are the best, always smiling, always helping and taking the time out of their super busy schedule to ask how everyone is doing and giving out brajas. Spiritual outlifting atmosphere with lots of positivity.
Oh how I miss Pico Shul. They were truly a warm and welcoming community accepting everyone from all backgrounds. Rabbi Yonah and the Rebbetzin did a wonderful job of cultivating a welcoming and friendly environment that is unparalleled. I look forward to supporting them in their future endeavors.