The success of Jewish World Watch is largely due to JWW’s relationship and engagement with our member synagogues.  The legislation we have passed, the lives we have saved, the living conditions we have improved, and the people we have educated have all been a result of congregations representing all denominations of Judaism mobilizing around our mission.  That synagogue mobilization cannot take place without committed clergy, involved educators, and dedicated lay leader representatives called the “Strategic Advisory Council” (SAC) who create the liaison between Jewish World Watch and the synagogue.

The SAC, their clergy and the congregants they mobilize at their respective synagogues are the link between our vision of a world where genocide is no longer an option in resolving conflict and making that vision a reality.  This is not a problem that is going to be solved overnight and there is no “silver bullet” solution, but together we can plan for a future where our grandchildren will read about genocide in their text books as something that happened at a less civilized time in the history of our planet.

Jewish World Watch is grateful for the support of its member synagogues:

Adat Ari El
Adat Shalom
B’nai David-Judea
B’nai Horin
Beit T’Shuvah
Beth Jacob Congregation
Congregation B’nai Tzedek
Congregation Or Ami
Congregation Shir Ami
Congregation Tikvat Jacob
Kehillat Israel
Kehillat Ma’arav
Kol Tikvah
Leo Baeck
Or HaTorah
Pasadena Jewish Temple and Center
Shaarey Zedek
Shomrei Torah
Sinai Temple
Stephen Wise Temple
Temple Adat Elohim
Temple Ahavat Shalom
Temple Ahavat Torah
Temple Akiba
Temple Aliyah
Temple Ami Shalom
Temple Beth Am
Temple Beth David
Temple Beth El-San Pedro
Temple Beth Hillel
Temple Beth Israel
Temple Emanuel
Temple Etz Chaim
Temple Isaiah
Temple Israel of Hollywood
Temple Judea
Temple Sinai of Glendale
University Synagogue (Irvine)
University Synagogue (Los Angeles)
Valley Beth Shalom
Young Israel of Century City