Congregation Shir Chadash

6440 Del Amo Blvd.
Lakewood, CA 90713
Phone: (562) 429-0715

Welcome to Congregation Shir Chadash,
A Progressive Synagogue, Expressing the Warmth of Tradition

Upcoming Events

News & Announcements

East Side Mario's
Restaurant Fundraiser
Wednesday, March 22nd

20% on Eat in & Take Out will be donated to Shir Chadash
Click Here for Flyer to take with You!

Feel the energy as our new generation of young adults create services together with our Rabbi, including  their favorite melodies and poetry. Join us every first Friday of the month.  All Hebrew School students, past and present, are welcome to participate.  The entire community is invited to attend.

You’re invited to join us for our annual Community Second Night Pesach Seder on April 11th at 6:45 pm. Your choice of Chicken, Brisket or Salmon with accompaniments of gefilte fish, soup with k’naylach, fresh veggies and potato kugel. Baked desserts and fruit.  Adults: $46 / Child (age 6-12): $21.  Seder conducted by our talented Rabbi/Cantor Mariana Gindlin who will also lead us in song with lively Pesach melodies.   Kindly RSVP by March 31st.


Service Times

Morning Minyan

  • Sunday, 9 am
  • Shabbat & Yom Tovim, 9:30 am

Evening Services

  • Erev Shabbat, 7 pm (unless otherwise noted)
  • Yom Tovim, 7 pm (unless otherwise noted)

Shabbat Times

CSC Tree of Life

We are now taking orders to place new “Leaves” on our Tree of Life located in our Fellowship Hall. This Tree is in celebration of Happy Occasions associated with “Life” such as Birth, Bar/t Mitzvah, Graduation, Marriage, Birthday, Wedding Anniversary, Achievements, Promotions or  Retirement. Each “Leaf” will be inscribed and placed on the tree for a minimum donation of $100 each.

"Please keep the donations coming!"  CSC addresses hidden hunger in our local communities.

We collect food items year round to help address the hidden hunger in our community. Our large donation bin is in the closet between the Lobby and chapel. When we collect enough food items we will make sure it gets to the Lakewood First United Methodist Church/Broken Loaf Food Pantry to help with their weekly distributions.