Kehillat Ma'arav

1715 21st Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404 / (310) 829-0566

RESERVATION for IN-PERSON Shabbat Services 5/15

May 6, 2021 - May 13, 2021, All Day
Kehillat Ma’arav
1715 21st St
Santa Monica, CA 90404

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We are so excited to see you in-person! 
Click here to reserve your seat(s) for Saturday, May 15.
Can’t make it? Fret not. We will continue to offer a Shabbat experience over Zoom. You are welcome to tune in and worship with us from home. Our live, interactive Zoom feed will be incorporated into our in-person service, and will include those who wish to have an Aliyah, read Haftarah, or participate in other ways. No reservation required.
We are so grateful that positive trends in LA County have allowed for us to come together and celebrate Shabbat in our beloved Sanctuary. But because we must still adhere to County directives, our reopening plan currently only allows for limited seating and other safety measures. Please read below for helpful information on how to safely join us at KM for in-person Shabbat worship.
If you have questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to our Executive Director, Kate Flanagan at
See you soon!
Here is how you can join us in-person:
An advance “reservation” is required to attend, as seating is limited and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. On Thursday of each week, we will open the reservation form for the following week’s Shabbat service. For example, on Thursday, April 22, we will open reservations for services on Saturday, May 1.* 
*Unfortunately, at this time we are unable to reserve spots for more than one week at a time.
You may only sign up for yourself and for members of your own household. Please do not sign up for anyone else, or include anyone that is not in your household in your reservation.
Reservations can be made in TWO ways:
1- Calling our office (once each week’s seating is made available)
2- Completing our online sign-up tool (per date) available above, or in our weekly emails.
Masks will be required at all times, both indoors and outdoors.
While we do love to come together to celebrate Shabbat and enjoy a hearty kiddush, no food will be served until further notice. Trust me, we’ll be eating bagels and lox as soon as we are able!