The San Fernando Valley is a far different place today than when Temple Beth Hillel was conceived. Today there is a substantial and vibrant Jewish community living in the San Fernando Valley, making it the largest suburban community in the United States. The Valley is home to about 38 synagogues, representing the various Jewish movements, from Chabad to Reconstructionist.
Temple Beth Hillel looks with pride at what it has accomplished over the last 60 years, and with hope toward what will be its legacy in the generations to come. Our programs have not only succeeded but have grown. The Temple’s schools are full, and the building is alive with activity every day and most evenings. The commitment made by Temple is being passed down to the children and grandchildren of Temple Beth Hillel’s congregants. And like those members who broke ground to build the Temple, the present generation is looking to a revitalized campus with our newly remodeled sanctuary, social hall, school offices and activities building.
May we continue to grow “L’Dor VaDor” — from generation to generation.