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  • Alef Bet Preschool
  • 2110 E Lincoln Dr
  • Phoenix, AZ 85016
  • Phone: 602-944-2580
  • 18 months-5 years. Experienced Jewish staff creates a learning environment for Jewish preschoolers. Integrated Judaic and secular curriculum, extended early- and after-care program, state-of-the-art facilities.
  • Email: director@alephbetaz.com
  • Website: http://www.alephbetaz.com
  • Arizona Jewish Historical Society
  • 122 E. Culver St.
  • Phoenix, AZ 85004 USA
  • Phone: 602-241-7870
  • Fax: 602-264-9773
  • Organized in 1981. Preserves the rich heritage of Arizona's Jewish communities and educates the public on the Jewish contribution to Arizona and American life. Sponsors regular educational programs on Jewish history, genealogy and culture.
  • Email: azjhs@aol.com
  • Website: http://www.azjhs.org
  • Beth El Congregation
  • 1118 W. Glendale Avenue
  • Phoenix, AZ 85021 USA
  • Phone: 602-944-3359
  • Fax: 602-944-3565
  • Cantor Sam Goldman Executive Director: Anne Schafer Program Director: Renee Joffe President Bennett Cooper Preschool & Camp Director: Sari Romberg President: Ann Polunsky Contemporary-traditional congregation. Daily services. Affiliated
  • Website: http://www.bethelphoenix.com
  • Brandeis National Committee - Phoenix Chapter
  • Brandeis Book Shoppe - 11811 Tatum Blvd, Suite 3031, #20
  • Phoenix, AZ 85028 USA
  • Phone: 602-241-3166
  • Fax: 602-241-0401
  • Study groups, membership open to men and women.  Provides community service, events, faculty speakers.  Supports libraries, scientific research and scholarships at Brandeis University.
  • Email: wiggley@cox.net
  • Bureau of Jewish Education
  • 12701 N. Scottsdale Road, Suite 206
  • Scottsdale, AZ 85254 USA
  • Phone: 480-634-8050
  • Fax: 480-634-8051
  • Motivational speakers program, Shabbat forums and dinners, high school in Israel, lunch program, special education class and mainstream program, college counseling, Jewish Teen Crisis Line, Jewish Communal Service Certificate, Kivel volunteer serv

  • Email: info@bjephoenix.org
  • Camp Gan Israel Winter Camp
  • Chabad of the East Valley - 3855 W. Ray Road, Suite 6
  • Chandler, AZ 85226 USA
  • Phone: 480-855-4333
  • Ages 2-13. One week of winter vacation packed with Jewish ideas and values. Activities include games, sports, music, aerobics, arts and crafts, trips, picnic lunches, challah baking, lessons in Jewish culture and theme days.
  • Email: rabbi@chabadcenter.org
  • Website: http://www.chabadcenter.org
  • Camp Sabra
  • 2 Millstone Campus DR
  • St. Louis, 63146 US
  • Phone: 3144325700
  • Camp Sabra is a place where your child can experience Judaism in a unique and personal way. Jewish residential camping is more than fun, friendship and play. It is a place for our children to create and live within their own Jewish community. Making
  • Email: mmorgan@jccstl.org
  • Website: http://www.campsabra.com
  • Center for Biblical Hebrew
  • 400 W. Camelback Road, Suite 103
  • Phoenix, AZ 85013 USA
  • Phone: 602-48-BIBLE
  • Fax: 602-923-2831
  • Helps people of all religions and denominations study the text of the Bible in its original Hebrew form and teaches biblical, modern and conversational Hebrew. Private tutoring, community-leaders coaching.
  • Email: uriharel@cox.net
  • Website: http://www.C-BH.com
  • Chabad of Scottsdale
  • 10215 N. Scottsdale Road
  • Scottsdale, AZ 85253 USA
  • Phone: 480-998-1410
  • Traditional congregation provides religious and social services for Jewish community. Shabbat children's program, Chai Five club (first to fifth-graders). One- and two-day religious school, classes, hospital visitation, teen scene, Mommy & Me,

  • Email: chabadscottsdale@gmail.com
  • Website: http://www.chabadofscottsdale.org
  • Chabad of the East Valley
  • 875 N. McClintock Drive
  • Chandler, AZ 85226 USA
  • Phone: 480-855-4333
  • Branch of the worldwide Chabad-Lubavitch movement. An outreach organization that provides religious services regardless of background, affiliation or commitment. Serving: Ahwatukee, Chandler, Gilbert, Sun Lakes and Tempe.

    Ages 5-13. Children lea

  • Email: info@chabadcenter.com
  • Website: http://www.chabadcenter.com
  • Chabad of the West Valley
  • 7942 W. Bell Road, C5 #101
  • Glendale, AZ 85308 USA
  • Phone: 602-375-2422
  • Jewish community center for the West Valley.  Open to the community regardless of background, commitment or affiliation.  No membership required.

    Jewish Learning Institute: Geared toward serious adult education in an intellectual

  • Email: rabbi@ichabad.org
  • Website: http://www.iChabad.org
  • Chandler Jewish Preschool
  • Chabad of the East Valley 3875 W Way Rd Ste 6
  • Chandler, AZ 85226
  • Phone: 480-855-4333
  • Activities are designed to promote learning and growth in both Judaica and general studies. Warm, fun, nurturing learning environment. Small class sizes, flexible scheduling, extended hours to accommodate working families.
  • Website: http://www.chabadcenter.com
  • Congregation Beth Hamidbar
  • P.O. Box 5634
  • Yuma, AZ 85366 USA
  • Phone: 928-210-8368
  • Meets at: 781 S. Second Avenue

    Reform congregation affiliated with Union for Reform Judaism. Shabbat and high holiday services with student rabbi. Sunday school.

  • Congregation Beth Israel
  • 10460 N. 56th Street
  • Scottsdale, AZ 85253 USA
  • Phone: 480-951-0323
  • Fax: 480-951-7150
  • Rabbi Stephen I. Kahn; Rabbi Rony Keller; Cantor Jaime Shpall; President Steven Bendler 

    Reform congregation in the northeast valley, member of Union for Reform Judaism, founded in 1920. Baby playgroup, preschool, religious school, b’na

  • Email: tt@cbiaz.org
  • Website: http://www.cbiaz.org
  • Council for Jews With Special Needs
  • Phone: 480-629-5343
  • Fax: 480-629-5365
  • Programs and services for children and young adults who have disabilities, to enable them to participate in religious, educational, social and recreational activities in the Jewish community. Adult residential program.

    Provides assistance

  • Email: info@cjsn.org
  • Website: http://www.cjsn.org
  • E.M.E.T.T.
  • Phone: 480-998-9135
  • Emotional Maturity Established Through Torah is a technique of self improvement, stress reduction and personal growth, using a mutual assistance process based on Torah principles and values. Meetings, support groups.

  • Email: HCandyW@msn.com
  • East Valley JCC
  • 908 N. Alma School Road
  • Chandler, AZ 85224 USA
  • Phone: 480-897-0588
  • Fax: 480-517-0124
  • Provides cultural, educational and social activities.  Day care, preschool, day school, camps, adult sports, scouts, youth programs, men's club, couples' club, senior programs, adult classes and lectures.  Constituent agency, Jewish Fede

  • Email: meg@evjcc.org
  • Website: http://www.evjcc.org
  • East Valley JCC Day School
  • 1521 S. Indian Bend Road
  • Tempe, AZ 85281 USA
  • Phone: 480-897-0588
  • Fax: 480-517-0124
  • First-sixth grade. Community day school serving the Southeast Valley. Emphasis is on academic excellence. Small class size with concentration on challenging secular and Judaic curriculum. Hebrew, Spanish, art, P.E., computer science, chorus, after-sc
  • Email: teppers@evjcc.org
  • Website: http://www.evjcc.org
  • East Valley Jewish Day School
  • 908 N. Alma School Rd.
  • Chandler, 85224 USA
  • Phone: 480-897-0588
  • The East Valley Jewish Day School is a non-profit private school for children in Kindergarten through Seventh Grade. We recognize diverse forms of Jewish practice and welcome students of varying levels of religious observance. The curriculum combines
  • Email: emily@evjcc.org
  • Website: http://www.evjds.org
  • Greater Phoenix Israel Kollel
  • Institute for New and Advanced Jewish Educational Programs - 515 E Bethany Home Rd
  • Phoenix, AZ 85012
  • Phone: 602-277-8858
  • A Jewish think tank of rabbis and education who divide their day between studying Torah and teaching in the community.
  • Email: bethjoseph515@hotmail.com
  • Har Zion Congregation
  • 6140 E. Thunderbird Road
  • Scottsdale, AZ 85254 USA
  • Phone: 480-991-0720
  • Fax: 480-443-3411
  • Rabbi Mark J. Bisman; Hazzan Bernard Savitz, Executive Director Ann Pshaenich President Dr. Eric Schlesinger. A Conservative congregation founded in 1960.  Affiliated with United Synagogue of America.  Preschool, two-day religious school

  • Email: annpshaenich@harzion.org
  • Website: http://www.harzion.org
  • Heichal Baoranim
  • 2609 N. Patterson Blvd.
  • Flagstaff, AZ 86004 USA
  • Phone: 928-527-8747
  • Reform congregation affliliated with Union for Reform Judaism.  Shabbat and holiday services, religious school for pre-K through b'nai mitzvah and holiday observances.  Call for schedule.  Affiliated with Hillel at NAU.

  • Hillel Jewish Student Center at ASU
  • Arizona State University - 1012 S. Mill Avenue
  • Tempe, AZ 85281 USA
  • Phone: 480-967-7563
  • Fax: 480-966-5402
  • Provides social, religious, educational and cultural programs for Jewish college students (undergraduate and graduate - Chevra) at ASU and area colleges and universities, and other young adults in the community. Holiday and Shabbat services, kosher T
  • Email: hillel@hillelasu.org
  • Website: http://www.public.asu.edu/~hillel
  • Hillel, NAU
  • Northern Arizona University Hillel P.O.B. 5622
  • Flagstaff, AZ 86011 USA
  • Phone: 928-523-8051
  • Fax: 928-523-8056
  • Social, religious, educational and cultural programs for Jewish students at NAU. Activities planned by students: hikes, picnics, parties, Jewish holiday celebrations. Shabbat and High Holiday services at local Temple Heichal Baoranim, 928-527-8747

  • Email: hedy.jacobson@nau.edu
  • Ina Levine Jewish Community Campus
  • 12701 N. Scottsdale Road
  • Scottsdale, AZ 85254 USA
  • Phone: 480-634-4944
  • Fax: 480-634-4586
  • Home to the Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix, Valley of the Sun Jewish Community Center, Bureau of Jewish Education, Council For Jews With Special Needs, Jewish Community Foundation and The King David School.  The campus will also be the fut
  • JCC Preschool
  • 12701 N. Scottsdale Road, Suite 122
  • Scottsdale, AZ 85254 USA
  • Phone: 480-659-7769
  • Fax: 480-659-7768
  • Six weeks-kindergarten.  NAEYC-accredited.  Treats each child as an individual, allows children to experience their own stage of development and success without pressure.  Jewish values, customs and celebrations. Parenting classes, aft
  • Email: joaniec@vosjcc.org
  • Jewish Learning Center
  • 10213 N. Scottsdale Road
  • Scottsdale, AZ 85253
  • Phone: 480-443-5362
  • A full array of programs from the aleph-bet to the complexities of the kaballah and everything in between. Open to all adults, regardless of affiliation or background. No annual membership fee.
  • Email: jlcscottsdale@gmail.com
  • Keshet
  • Council for Jews With Special Needs - 12701 N. Scottsdale Road, Suite 205
  • Scottsdale, AZ 85254 USA
  • Phone: 480-629-8271
  • Social club for teens with disabling conditions. Monthly gatherings focus on Jewish education and recreational activities.
  • Email: info@cjsn.org
  • Website: http://www.cjsn.org
  • Lev Chadash
  • 4774 S. Arizona Road
  • Prescott, AZ 86303 USA
  • Phone: 928-777-8172
  • Traditional teachings and contemporary practices in Jewish meditation and Judaism in nature. Lectures and workshops led by Tom Brodersen, certified Jewish meditation teacher and Nina Perlmutter, M.S., Jewish Studies.
  • Email: levchadash@earthlink.net
  • Mitzvah Corp
  • 15030 N. 64th Street
  • Scottsdale, AZ 85254 USA
  • Phone: 480-998-0132
  • Fax: 480-951-5231
  • Helps Jewish teens fulfill Torah mitzvah of caring for the poor and the stranger by reaching out to inner-city children. Founded 25 years ago.
  • Email: campswift@gmail.com
  • National Conference for Synagogue Youth (NCSY)
  • Phoenix/ Scottsdale
  • Phone: 602-433-0300
  • Multi-faceted Jewish youth group open to all Jewish youth regardless of background and affiliation. A joint project between the Phoenix Community Kollel and Greater Phoenix Israel Kollel and co-sponsored by Beth Joseph Congregation and Young Israe

  • Email: bethjoseph@aol.com
  • North American Federation of Temple Youth (NFTY)
  • Greater Phoenix
  • Greater Phoenix is part of the Southwest region of NFTY - the high school-age youth organization of the Reform movement. Local temple youth groups meet weekly. Activities include socials, social action, teen issues, Jewish identity and heritage an

  • Or Adam Congregation for Humanistic Judaism
  • 7904 E. Chaparral Road, Ste. A110-278
  • Scottsdale, AZ 85250 USA
  • Phone: 480-663-7788
  • A welcoming community for non-traditional Jewish celebration of family, heritage and culture with an emphasis on finding strength and inspiration within oneself and others. Shabbat and holiday services, adult and youth education, family programs.<

  • Email: info@oradam.org
  • Website: http://www.oradam.org
  • Pardes Jewish Day School
  • 3916 E. Paradise Lane
  • Phoenix, AZ 85032 USA
  • Phone: 480-991-9141
  • Fax: 480-991-9405
  • Kindergarten-eigth grade. Academically challenging curriculum.  Small class sizes, integrated Hebrew Judaica, teffilah, vocal and instrumental music, ensemble program, art, computers, Spanish physical education, fairs and community programs,

  • Website: http://www.pardesschool.org
  • Phoenix Community Kollel
  • 6516 N. 7th Street, Suite 104
  • Phoenix, AZ 85014 USA
  • Phone: 602-433-0300
  • Fax: 602-285-3033
  • The Valley's premiere Center for Jewish learning, providing Torah education and outreach to the Valley Jewish community.  Programs include community-wide events, adult education, teen programming, private classes and one-on-one study.  An a
  • Email: kollel@aztorah.com
  • Website: http://www.aztorah.com
  • Phoenix High School of Jewish Studies
  • Bureau of Jewish Education - 12701 N. Scottsdale Rd., Suite 206
  • Scottsdale, AZ 85254 USA
  • Phone: 480-634-8050
  • Fax: 480-634-8051
  • Classes include: Hebrew (for high school credit), Hebrew (for high school credit), Holocaust, ethics, Jewish history, Jewish cooking, coping, Jewish arts and crafts, Israel, Jewish law, basic Judaism and anti-Semitism. Offers a complete four-year

  • Email: myras@bjephoenix.org
  • Phoenix Holocaust Survivors' Association
  • P.O. Box 30213
  • Phoenix, AZ 85046-0213 USA
  • Phone: 602-788-7003
  • Dedicated to the remembrance of the Shoah through education, with survivors speaking throughout the state (primarily in schools). Conducts annual Yom Hashoah commemoration.  Devoted to survivors' needs. Monthly gatherings, support activities.
  • Email: joansitver@aol.com
  • Resource Center and Community Library
  • 12701 N. Scottsdale Road, Suite 206
  • Scottsdale, AZ 85254 USA
  • Phone: 480-634-8050
  • Fax: 480-634-8051
  • Serving the Jewish community as a lending library with books for preschool children through adults. Provides access to a wide selection of innovative curricular and teaching materials, including audiovisual aids.
  • Email: elaineh@bjephoenix.org
  • Ruach Hamidbar - Spirit of the Desert
  • 12753 N. Scottsdale Road
  • Scottsdale, AZ 85254
  • Phone: 602-420-1700
  • A warm and caring community welcoming everyone including Jews by choice, GLBTQ and all spiritual seekers. Honoring Kabbalistic, Chasidic and Jewish Renewal traditions which includes meditation, chanting, drumming, dancing and storytelling.

  • Email: office@ruach.org
  • Website: http://www.ruach.org
  • Scottsdale Cafe, Market & Deli
  • 10211 N. Scottsdale Road
  • Scottsdale, AZ 85253 USA
  • Phone: 480-315-8333
  • Fax: 480-315-8334
  • Kosher groceries and deli with hundreds of products from Israel. Offers a varying selection of Judaica, books, children's games, ritual items and gifts.  Jewish gifts and objects d'Art, mah jongg cards, music, books, jewelry, mezzuzah, taliot

  • Email: info@scottsdalecafe.com
  • Website: http://www.scottsdalecafe.com
  • Sviva Harim
  • 325 Inspirational Dr
  • Sedona, AZ 86336
  • Phone: 928-282-2324
  • Jewish Renewal chavurah, drawing on Jewish tradition, sacred texts, mysticism, culture, history, and modern life experience. Full inclusion of women. Torah study on most Saturday mornings (call to confirm).
  • Email: harlan@sedonanonforce.com
  • Sylvia Plotkin Judaica Museum
  • Temple Beth Israel - 10460 N. 56th Street
  • Scottsdale, AZ 85253 USA
  • Phone: 480-951-0323
  • Fax: 480-951-7150
  • Established in 1966. Holds three seasonal exhibitions per year. Houses a 1,000-piece permanent collection of Judaica and art. Reconstructed Tunisisan Synagogue perios room, Western Wall interactive display, biblical garden. Open 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Tuesda
  • Email: museum@templebethisrael.org
  • Website: http://www.spjm.org
  • Temple Beth Sholom of the East Valley
  • 3400 N. Dobson Rd.
  • Chandler, AZ 85224 USA
  • Phone: 480-897-3636
  • Fax: 480-897-3633
  • Conservative synagogue founded in 1949. Affiliated with united Synagogue of America. Serves families, singles and seniors throughout East Valley and southwest Phoenix. Adult and youth education, conversion programs, adult b'nai mitzvah, library, g

  • Email: info@tbsev.org
  • Website: http://www.tbsev.org
  • Temple B'rith Shalom
  • 2077 Brohner Way
  • Prescott, AZ 86301 USA
  • Phone: 928-708-0018
  • Reform congregation affiliated with Union for Reform Judaism. Weekly Friday night and Saturday morning services. Jewish education - preschool to seniors. Holiday observances and social gatherings.
  • Email: brith@cableone.net
  • Website: http://www.brithshalom-az.org
  • Temple Chai
  • 4645 E. Marilyn Road
  • Phoenix, AZ 85032 USA
  • Phone: 602-971-1234
  • Fax: 602-971-5909
  • Rabbi Mari Chernow, Rabbi Bonnie Koppell, Rabbi Jake Singer-Beilin, Rabbi Emeritus William C. Berk, Cantor Emerita Sharona Feller, Executive Director Joe Miller President: Ginny Keller 

    Northeast Phoenix Reform cong

  • Email: templechai@templechai.com
  • Website: http://www.templechai.com
  • Temple Emanuel of Tempe
  • 5801 S. Rural Road
  • Tempe, AZ 85283 USA
  • Phone: 480-838-1414
  • Fax: 480-838-2192
  • Rabbi Emeritus David Pinkwasser Cantorial Soloist/Director of Education: Susan Schanerman Executive Director: Jami Goldman President: Sally Oscherwitz

    Reform congregation founded in 1976. Affiliated with Union for Reform Judaism. Serve

  • Email: contact@emanueloftempe.org
  • Website: http://www.emanueloftempe.org
  • Temple Gan Elohim
  • P.O. Box 12097
  • Glendale, AZ 85318 USA
  • Phone: 623-210-7435
  • A welcoming, progressive West Valley zcongregation affiliated with Union for Reform Judaism. Shabbat, holiday services and celebrations. Torah Tots, religious school, confirmation, youth group, adult education, chavurah, social action. Interfaith

  • Website: http://www.templeganelohim.org
  • Temple Kol Ami
  • 15030 N. 64th Street
  • Scottsdale, AZ 85254 USA
  • Phone: 480-951-9660
  • Fax: 480-951-5231
  • Rabbi B. Charles Herring; Cantorial Soloist: Raina Sinclair; President: Phil Adelman 

    350 congregant families. Affiliated with Union for Reform Judaism. Adult education, young adult congregation and special events. Family-based social a

  • Email: office@templekolami.org
  • Website: http://www.templekolami.org
  • Temple Solel
  • 6805 E. McDonald Drive
  • Paradise Valley, AZ 85253 USA
  • Phone: 480-991-7414
  • Fax: 480-951-0829
  • Rabbi Emeritus Maynard W. Bell; Cantorial Soloist: Todd Herzog; Executive Director: David Lamden; President: David Boninger Reform congregation founded in 1966. Adult b'nai mitzvah, adult education, Chachma senior group, chavurot, choir, ou
  • Email: dlamden@templesolel.org
  • Website: http://www.templesolel.org
  • The Hebrew School
  • Arrowhead Elementary School
  • Glendale, AZ USA
  • Phone: 602-375-2422
  • An innovative school that provides a serious yet enjoyable environment for children to receive a broad education in a stimulating and challenging venue.  Open to all, no synagogue membership required.
  • The New Shul
  • 7825 E. Paradise Lane
  • Scottsdale, AZ 85260 USA
  • Phone: 480-515-2272
  • An independent synagogue with a deep sense of community and a commitment to traditional-egalitarian worship, Jewish learning and community service. Our participants share a commitment to Jewish growth and to tikkun olam.
  • Email: info@thenewshul.org
  • Website: http://www.thenewshul.org
  • The New Shul
  • 7825 E. Paradise Lane
  • Scottsdale, AZ 85260 USA
  • Phone: 480-515-2272
  • Fax: 480-922-7118
  • Adult Jewish learning in a spirit of intellectual and spiritual openness and reverence for classical texts. Informal hands-on learning for families.
  • Email: info@thenewshul.org
  • Website: http://www.thenewshul.org
  • University of Arizona Hillel Foundation
  • Meyer Agron Student Center - 1245 E. Second Street
  • Tucson, AZ 85719 USA
  • Phone: 520-624-6561
  • Fax: 520-624-7693
  • Hillel extremists, Project STAR (community service, philanthropy), Arizona Israel Alliance, YJT (Young Jewish Tucson), Diversity Council, Jewish Law Students Association, Jewish Medical Students Association, Greek Jewish Council and Oy Vey Cafe, t

  • Email: mblumenb@u.arizona.edu
  • Website: http://www.uahillel.org
  • USY - United Synagogue Youth
  • USY is part of the international Jewish Youth Organization sponsored by the department of youth activities of the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism. Activities ope to all Jewish teenagers. An informal educational program, consisting of soci

  • West Valley Jewish Women's Circle
  • Mailin address: 7227 W. Bluefield Avenue
  • Glendale, AZ 85308 USA
  • Phone: 602-375-2422
  • The Jewish Women's Circle is a project of Chabad of the West Valley, to create an opportunity for Jewish women to meet, socialize and learn.
  • Email: chanaaz@cox.net
  • Young Israel of Phoenix
  • 745 E. Maryland Avenue, Suite 120
  • Phoenix, AZ 85014 USA
  • Phone: 602-265-8888
  • Fax: 602-265-8867
  • An exciting, full-service Orthodox synagogue that warmly embraces all Jews regardless of age, affiliation, commitment or background; Focused on community and personal growth true to Torah values.  Weekly men's, women's and co-ed classes. Special
  • Email: yiofphoenix@gmail.com
  • Website: http://www.yiphoenix.org