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Thank You

The Sanctuary@Pico Union is proudly supported by:

The Jewish Community Foundation Los Angeles

The Max Factor Family Foundation

Our Vision

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.

Klezmatics in Concert

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Light the way to Channukah with this holiday concert featuring the Grammy-winning Klezmatics

Pre-party for young adults with spirits and artisanal treats.

Act now to grab your tickets at a special, limited time pre-sale price.

This event is part of the Infinite Light citywide festival, which is made possible by a partnership with NuRoots, a program of The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles.

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WHAT THE FRACK HAPPENED? A Tsunami of a Love Story

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Timely, Political, Funny, Physical Theatre accompanied by Live Music, Bollywood Dancing, Original Songs, a Mega Tsunami and of course, Love.

WHAT THE FRACK HAPPENED? Well it happened: Climate Change. As a result, a Catastrophic Mega Tsunami has crushed the world and, more importantly, the wedding of the century, leaving the guests to ponder their predicament while floating out to sea.

Produced by Citizen’s Change Theater. Get your tickets now.

Debbie Friedman z”l – A Tribute in Song

Debbie Friedman TributeSaturday, January 28th @ 8:00pm

Join us in song and story as we honor the legacy of Debbie Friedman. Israeli artist Bat Ella, and her band will join us singing her unique interpretations of Debbie’s songs in Hebrew. Tickets on sale now.