"I am a private person.”

– R’ David Kasher

A Jewish response to the recently leaked Supreme Court draft opinion intending to overturn Roe v. Wade.

 

Watch: YouTube

 

Listen: Spotify / Apple Podcast

 

Read: Transcript

Party with a Purpose: An Evening of Music, Creativity, and Legacy
Party with a Purpose: An Evening of Music, Creativity, and Legacy

Sunday, June 12, 5pm, RSVP NOW!

Sunday, June 12, 5pm, RSVP NOW!

We’re less than a month away from our annual fundraiser. Love taking Rabbi Kasher’s free classes? Kvelleing over your Mishloah Manot? Had a life-changing moment at our free High Holy Day Services?

 

We hope the answer is yes and would love you to support the holy work that we do. This is the time to dress up, schmooze with friends, and raise money!

 

This year we are excited to honor Samara Hutman and The Righteous Conversations Project.

 

Click here and:

Bid Now

Purchase tickets

Become a sponsor

Submit a tribute

We’re less than a month away from our annual fundraiser. Love taking Rabbi Kasher’s free classes? Kvelleing over your Mishloah Manot? Had a life-changing moment at our free High Holy Day Services?

 

We hope the answer is yes and would love you to support the holy work that we do. This is the time to dress up, schmooze with friends, and raise money!

 

This year we are excited to honor Samara Hutman and The Righteous Conversations Project.

 

Click here and:

Bid Now

Purchase tickets

Become a sponsor

Submit a tribute

What is Shavuot?

June 4-6, Food for Thought

Shavuot calls us to celebrate receiving the Torah – the inspiring, challenging, beautiful text of the Jewish people – and we do so by staying up all (or some of the) night, diving into mind- and heart-opening learning.

 

Click here to learn more!

Rabbi Brous’s Sabbatical

Rabbi Brous will be on Sabbatical from February to July 2022. Click here to learn more.

 

Watch: The Inner Whisper – Rabbi Sharon Brous

 

Listen: Apple Podcasts & Spotify

 

Read: Source Sheet

Our Mission

Creating a Just Community

Click here to watch us living out our mission.

IKAR’s mission is to reanimate Jewish life and develop a spiritual and moral foundation for a just and equitable society. Fusing piety and hutzpah, obligation and inspiration, IKAR is a dynamic, multi-generational community that fosters a yearning for personal, purposeful, creative engagement in Jewish life, particularly among young and disaffected Jews. Rooted in Los Angeles and reaching globally, we strive to actively and intentionally celebrate the vibrancy and diversity of the Jewish people. Click here to learn more.

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