Introducing the Kehillah model: We meet you where you are.

Kehillah On Campus

(Sundays, 9:30 - 11:30am, Irmas and Glazer Campuses OR Wednesday afternoon, Irmas Campus only)

  • 10 students per class (CDC and Los Angeles County Health Department guidelines for safe schools will be followed)

  • Including T’fillah, Shabbat, music, art, clergy visits, and holiday celebrations 

  • If stay at home orders are mandated, we will transition to a virtual classroom

Kehillah Dor L'Door
  • Create your own small group class at someone’s home following physical distancing protocol in an outdoor space

  • Maximum 6 students, grades K - 2 can combine for multi-grade groups.

  • 1-1.5  hours per session

  • Live T’fillah streamed Sunday mornings and Wednesday afternoons

  • Custom art supply boxes

  • Two to three optional in-person community gatherings over the course of the year (as permitted)

Kehillah Online
  • Limited class sizes meet over video conference, day and time TBD

  • Live T’fillah streamed Sunday mornings and Wednesday afternoons

  • Personalized class website with opportunities for student engagement throughout the week 

  • Regular drop-in sessions with WBT Rabbis and Cantors, music with song leaders, and custom art supply boxes sent home

  • Two to three optional in-person community gatherings over the course of the year (as permitted)

Programs K - 2

Programs 3 - 6


The Fine Print

Real knowledge is contained within learners. Learners crave human beings who matter in their lives. It is within these rich relationships between educator and student that effective and positive transmission of Jewish tradition occurs.