The Pico Union Project is dedicated to the Jewish principle to “love your neighbor as yourself.” It elevates this teaching into practice in a historic building by bringing diverse cultures together through song, story, art, food and prayer. Pico Union Project is a multi-faith cultural arts center and house of worship founded in 2013 by visionary recording artist, composer and musician Craig Taubman. Pico Union Project aims to help invigorate the community of Los Angeles and reflect the Jewish value of being a light to all nations.
Friday, August 19, 2016 ~ 7:30(ish) pm
Join for the 6th annual Midsummer Night Shabbat at the Pico Union Project. The City of Angels comes together for a Shabbat Evening of artisanal pizza, salads, community, song and good times!
Featuring special guests: Craig Taubman, Jason Chu, Shany Zamir, Lizzie Weiss, Josh Goldberg, Rick Lupert, Sarah Bassin, Mostly Kosher, Aliyah, Jonathan Aaron and Zach Lasker
Limited parking. Please consider carpooling or taking an Uber.
In partnership with: Kehillah Chen V’Chesed • Shalom Institute • Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills • Vista Del Mar • Temple Judea • Sinai Temple • Atid at Sinai Temple • Adat Ari El • InterfaithFamily/LA • Big Jewish Tent • JDate • NuRoots • Laemmle Theatres • Kwang Yum Community Church • Word of Encouragement Church • Seeds of Hope • Me Undies
Reserve your spot here.
Saturday Evening, September 24
A community High Holy Day Gathering with Craig Taubman, Wilshire Boulevard Temple’s Nefesh and Rabbi Susan Goldberg and “Tashlich”, a new dance composition for Rosh Hashana by Deborah Rosen and Company.
Last year, we hosted the first High Holy Day services in Los Angeles’ oldest synagogue in 91 years. A standing room only crowd came together for an unexpected and unprecedented celebration of prayer, singing, spoken word, diversity, learning, emotion and intellectual stimulation. All with a casual, let-it-loose, eclectic and affordable vibe. It could only happen in L.A.
Led by Craig Taubman with Rabbi Deborah Schuldenfrei, Zach Lasker, Rabbi Scott Westle, Jason Chu, Martin Sorrow, Stuart K. Robinson and Shany Zamir.
We’re not looking for membership…we want your ownership.
Information on how to reserve your spot coming soon.
The Pico Union Project is excited to announce the appointment of Dr. Zach Lasker as the center’s inaugural Executive Director. Zach will bring his experience in leadership, creative innovation, and organizational management to grow the Pico Union Project into a leading center for multi-faith spiritual expression, cultural arts, and community engagement. Read more here.