Whom is the Jewish Learning Exchange (JLE) for?
The JLE services the Southern California Jewish Community, providing knowledge about Judaism and appreciation of the Torah to all Jews, or Non-Jews in a serious conversion program, regardless of affiliation, background, or education, in a warm, welcoming environment.
Where is the JLE located?
Our office, classes, and services are located at our new building at:
512 N. La Brea Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90036
(Between Melrose and Beverly)
How do I find out more about lectures and special events?
- Check the Jewish Learning Exchange Classes and Events Calendar page.
- E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call our office at 323-857-0923, and we will e-mail or fax you flyers and add you to our mailing list.
How do I become a JLE member?
It’s simple and free! Call the office to be added to the mailing list (specify if you would like to get the synagogue newsletters as well) and come to our inspiring classes and user-friendly Shabbat and holiday services.
What building dedications are currently available?
Please visit our Building Dedications page for current list available dedications.
What is the JLE federal tax identification number?
Our tax ID number is #95-4002097
Please see our Donations page for more information.
I want to honor or memorialize a loved one, or commemorate a special occasion. What sponsorship opportunities are available?
Please visit our Donations and Sponsorships page for information about donation and sponsorship opportunities.
How do I order a tape, CD, or MP3 from your catalog?
A complete list of our tapes is catalogued on this website. Tapes are $7 each ($10 for a 2-tape lecture). CDs are $10 each ($12 for a 2-disc lecture). MP3s are $5 each. Prices include postage and handling and can be purchased from the Catalog page or by calling the office at 323-857-0923.
How do I arrange to have Shabbat or holiday hospitality?
Call the office at 323-857-0923 and we would be happy to arrange it! People who are being set up for the first time who do not attend classes may be asked to provide references. Please give us as much advance notice as possible to ensure that we can provide the best Shabbat experience for you!
How do I set up an appointment with Rabbi Czapnik?
Call our office at 323-857-0923 and leave a message with your phone number and what times are most convenient for you to meet. The Rabbi or a staff member will call you back and arrange a meeting.