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High Holy Day services: Kever Avot 2013

August 27, 2013 | 1:26 pm

SUNDAY SEPT. 8

EDEN MEMORIAL PARK

All are welcome — especially Jewish war veterans. Bring a canned or nonperishable food items, personal hygiene item or children's book to be donated to Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles' SOVA Community Food and Resource Program. 10 a.m. Free. Eden Memorial Park, 11500 Sepulveda Blvd., Mission Hills. (818) 361-7161. eden-memorialpark.com.

HILLSIDE MEMORIAL PARK AND MORTUARY

Temple Israel of Hollywood’s Rabbi John Rosove and Chazzan Danny Maseng lead services with Rabbi Arye Berk (Adat Shalom), Rabbi Jerry Cutler (Creative Arts Temple), Cantor Linda Kates (Leo Baeck Temple), and Rabbi Cantor Alison Wissot (Temple Judea). 10 a.m. Free. Hillside Memorial Park and Mortuary, 6001 W.Centinela Ave., Los Angeles. (310) 641-0707. hillsidememorial.org/events.

HOME OF PEACE

Led by Rabbi Akiva Gerstein and Rabbi Yisroel Kelemer (rabbi emeritus with Congregation Mogen David). 11 a.m. Home of Peace, Chapel, 4334 Whittier Blvd., Los Angeles. (323) 261-6135. homeofpeacememorialpark.com.  

MOUNT SINAI MEMORIAL PARKS AND MORTUARIES

Rabbi David Wolpe and Rabbi Nicole Guzik each lead a service at one of the two sites. There will be interpreters for the hearing impaired at both services. Donations to SOVA Food Pantry will be gratefully accepted.10 a.m. Free. Mount Sinai Hollywood Hills, 5950 Forest Lawn Drive, Los Angeles.1 p.m. Free. Mount Sinai Simi Valley, 6150 Mount Sinai Drive, Simi Valley. (866) 717-4624. mountsinaiparks.org.

SHOLOM MEMORIAL PARK

Led by Rabbi Alan Kalinsky and Cantor Jance Weberman. Refreshments served at 9 a.m. 10 a.m. (service). 13017 Lopez Canyon Road, Sylmar. (310) 659-3055. sholomchapels.com.

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