Every year the BJE devotes a day for teachers in Arizona schools and members of the community to explore the Holocaust and its lessons for today and beyond. Join us for an amazing evening. This year we will be highlighting the Violins of Hope at the Scottsdale Center of the Performing Arts.
Get ready for a very special day dedicated to the pets of our community! Bring your animal friends to be blessed by Rabbi Schneider and stick around to enjoy booths, activities, demonstrations and a pet costume contest!
Spend some quality time with fellow single parents for dinner and conversation before an engaging workshop with author, speaker and renowned child psychologist, Dr. Waldman
“Israel Strategic Security Political Insights, a view from Washington DC,” w/ EJ Kimball, Senior Advisor to the Israel Victory Project
Enjoy a casual, catered meal at Café Kol Ami followed by a lively musical Shabbat service!
Come listen to a security expert discuss and share his firsthand experience.
Unroll the Torah in the Sanctuary to mark the end of a cycle and begin anew together as a family!
Join the Second Act families and community of Temple Kol Ami for Café Kol Ami.
Shake the Lulav, sing and enjoy Temple Kol Ami’s Sukkah decorated by children!
Join us and paint your own interpretation of Shabbos candle lighting then donate your piece of art to the residents of Pueblo Norte Senior Living, which they can hang in their rooms to remember they are loved and they are not alone.
This introductory course provides a foundation in the basic tenets of Judaism.
Open to non-Jews, non-Jews and their Jewish partners and Jewish adults interested in further exploring Judaism. LEARN MORE
You will be treated to a spectacular evening and presentation by Paul Margolis, a New York based photographer who has been taking pictures since the age of nine. Fascinated by the diversity of people and cultures that make up modern Israel, his camera captures an Israel not portrayed in the media- an Israel calling out to be photographed.
Rahel Musleah was born in Calcutta, India to a family that traces its roots to 17th century Baghdad. She will take you on a personal, historic, and musical journey to Jewish India that features stories, authentic photographs, memorabilia and more.
Every year the BJE devotes a day for teachers in Arizona schools and members of the community to explore the Holocaust and its lessons for today and beyond. Join us for an evening of learning.
Catching the Jew! A Riveting, Shocking, and Humorous Account of Travels throughout Israel, on both sides of the Green Line (PASSAGES 2018)
Posing as a proud German journalist, “Tobi the German”, Provocative author, Tuvia Tenenbom, spent seven months in Israel, Judea and Samaria for “Catch the Jew!” interviewing thousands of people, including well-known politicians, writers, leaders and activists, and getting the Jews and Arabs to speak their minds.