Jewish Journal


February 28, 2002

Community Briefs


Makom Ohr Shalom Moves to New Home

Makom Ohr Shalom moved to a new home in the St. Mary's complex at 5955 Lindley Ave., Tarzana. With St. Mary's large, newly renovated facilities, the synagogue will be able to hold its alternating rabbi-led and cantor-led Friday night services at the new location, on every Sabbath of the month, as well as all holiday celebrations, including Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur services. The new and growing children's religious school will also be held at this location every Sunday morning. (Torah study on Saturday afternoons will continue to meet in private homes on the Westside and in the Valley). -- Staff Report

Women and Men in Black Vigil

To commemorate International Women's Day, in solidarity with Israeli and Palestinian women struggling for a just peace, Women and Men in Black are holding a candlelight vigil on Friday, March 8, from 6-8 p.m. "We stand as partners with Israeli and Palestinian women in their demand to end violence against Pakistan and Israeli civilians," the group wrote in a statement. "We believe that there is no military solution, and call for both sides to return to the negotiating table." Candles and black clothing are requested for the demonstration. For more information, visit www.wib-la.org . -- Staff Report

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