Jewish LA Resources


Aish HaTorah – Los Angeles
Anshe Emes
Bais Bezalel
Beth Jacob Cong of Beverly Hills
Beth Jacob of Irvine
Calabasas Shul
Cong. HaShalom
Congregation Joseph Jacob Abraham
Etz Jacob
Happy Minyan
Israeli Chabad
Jewish Learning Exchange
Jews for Judaism
Kehillas Yaakov
Knesset Israel Cong.
Merkaz Kollel
Mogen David
Pacific Jewish Center
Shaarei Tefila
Sharei Zedek
Torah Ohr
Toras Hashem
Torat Hayim
Westwood Kehilla
Young Israel of Century City
Young Israel of Hancock Park
Young Israel-Los Angeles
Young Israel-Northridge
Young Israel-Venice (Torah Learning Center)

Religious Organizations:

Aish Tamid
Agudath Israel – Los Angeles
Bais Chana of California
California Torah Connection
Chai Center
Jewish Studies Institute
Jewish Women’s Events
Kol Neshama – Women’s Drama Conservatory
Los Angeles Community Eruv
NCSY – West Coast
Ohr Somayach
Orthodox Union
Orthodox Union (West Coast)
Project NextStep


A Cow Jumped Over The Moon
Cafe Eilat
Delice Bistro
Fish Grill
La Gondola
Milk N Honey
Pico Cafe
Schwartz Bakery
Shanghai Diamond Garden
Temptation Prime Bar & Grill


Harkham Hillel Hebrew Academy
Yeshiva of Los Angeles
Yeshiva Ohr Eliyahu



Social Services:

Aleinu (Jewish Family Services)
Bikur Cholim
Etta Israel Center
Jewish Community Library of L.A.

About Luke Ford

Raised a Seventh-Day Adventist at Avondale College in Australia, Luke Ford moved to California in 1977. He graduated from Placer High School in 1984, reported the news at KAHI/KHYL radio for three years, attended Sierra College and UCLA, was largely bedridden by Chronic Fatigue Syndrome for six years, and converted to Judaism in 1993. From 1997-2007, Luke made his living from blogging. Living by Beverly Hills (, he now teaches the Alexander Technique (moving the way the body likes to move). Lessons cost $100 each and last about 45 minutes. In 2011, Luke completed a three-year teaching course at the Alexander Training Institute of Los Angeles. His personal Alexander Technique website is Luke is the author of five books, including: » The Producers: Profiles in Frustration » Yesterday’s News Tomorrow: Inside American Jewish Journalism
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