Thursday, May 23, 2019
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Mazel Tov to Our 2018-19 Honorees!

On May 18th, we enjoyed a fabulous celebration on the lot of CBS Radford Studios. What made the celebration fabulous? Woman of the Year, Alice Goldsobel Man of the Year, Michael Magasinn Family of the Year, The Pelc Family Tree of Life Award, Larry Rudner Will you be honored in 2019-20?? #volunteeringisrewarding #personalimpact

Summer is the Park! June 14th Under the Stars!

It’s hard to believe that summer is approaching and that our fabulous Shabbats Under the Stars are weeks away. Join us with your family and friends on Friday, June 14th, 5:30 picnic, 7:00 – 8:00 Service. Oak Canyon Community Park, Oak Park

New Website Coming Soon!

We know that our current website needs a good ol’ facelift.  We’re working on our brand new site that will make finding everything VOS easy!

Rabbi’s Teen Volunteer Adventure 2019

Every few years, our rabbi leads a group of teens on a volunteer trip. Past trips have been to Guatemala and Mexico. This June, the rabbi will lead sixteen teens to La Push, Washington, to the Quileute People’s reservation on the northwest tip of the state. The trip is open to VOS teens of Bar […]

New Music Director, Christopher Raymond, Joins VOS

On Friday, January 11th, our new Music Director, Christopher Raymond, will debut in a Shabbat service. Christopher is a highly acclaimed young composer, lyricist, conductor, and orchestrator who has won an NAACP Award, a Stage Raw Award and a Broadway World Award for his work in musical theatre. At the age of 15, Christopher began his […]

Rabbi Li-Paz’s Rosh Hashanah Sermons are Online

Rabbi’s Rosh Hashanah Eve Sermon can be viewed and shared on Youtube:   Rabbi’s Rosh Hashanah Day Sermon can be viewed and shared on Youtube:

VOS Adopts Mission Statement

VOS Center for Jewish Life Reaching out to invite you in to a vibrant, inclusive Jewish community.

The Butterfly Project Phase II: A New VOS Mitzvah Project!

In April, 150 VOS congregants and community members painted butterflies as part of The Butterfly Project – a call to action through the arts using the lessons of the Holocaust to education about the dangers of hatred and bigotry through painting ceramic butterflies that memorialize each of the 1.5 million children who perished in the […]

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