The clergy include Rabbi Isaac Jeret and Cantor Sam Radwine.
The synagogue has launched a number of programs including the Adult Education, PreSchool and USY programs.
For almost sixteen years, Ner Tamid met in people's homes and later in rented spaces. Finally, in 1977, the synagogue purchased a piece of land and built a permanent structure on it. Because Ner Tamid was one of the first structures to be built on the then-new Crestridge Road, Ner Tamid was able to pick its own numbered address. The number 5721 was selected because this is the Jewish (lunar) year that corresponds to 1961 on the solar calendar, which is the year that the synagogue was founded. To this day, Congregation Ner Tamid's address is 5721 Crestridge Road, Rancho Palos Verdes, California.
The CLAL program ends after seventh grade. However, students in grades eight thru ten have the option to continue their religious education through USY High School, which meets Wednesday nights, 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM. Alternatively, students may attend courses from Los Angeles Hebrew High School, which meets at Ner Tamid on Wednesday nights and at Pierce College on Sundays.
The current CLAL faculty includes Debra Schneiderman (kindergarten), Shery Hakimian (1st grade), Johnnie Varon (2nd grade), Ely Silverstein (3rd grade), Betty Feingold (4th grade), Elise Diamond (5th grade), Amy Berg (6th grade), Tracie Gallagher (6th grade), Rachael Stone (6th grade), Jacquie Bailin (7th grade), and Josh Effron (6th grade and 7th grade).
The current USY High School faculty includes Ely Silverstein (8th grade), Tracie Gallagher (9th grade), and Rabbi Isaac Jeret (10th grade).
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