Wilshire Boulevard Temple
Wilshire Boulevard Temple is a highly respected Reform congregation, founded in 1862, and the first synagogue in Los Angeles. Today, Wilshire Boulevard Temple is a center for Jewish spirituality and celebration, a place for lifelong learning and friendship. The temple offers services and worship, adult programs, lifecycle events, volunteer and social action opportunities, and cultural events both to its members and the wider community. The temple also has two beautiful summer camps in Malibu, Camp Hess Kramer and Gindling Hilltop Camp, which provide children and teens with an exceptional Jewish youth camping experience (temporarily closed and relocated due to fire damage).
Marshall S. Zolla served as a member of the Board of Trustees for 14 years. He held positions as Vice-President, Treasurer, Head of the Camp Committee, Chair of Adult Education, and initial Chair of the Fields Center Support Programs.