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Handmaker Jewish Services for the Aging
Tucson Jewish Community Center
Jewish Community Foundation of Southern Arizona
Jewish Family & Children's Services
Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona
Jewish History Museum
Tucson Hebrew Academy
Weintraub Israel Center
Beth Shalom Temple Center
Congregation Anshei Israel
Congregation Bet Shalom
Congregation Chofetz Chayim
Congregation M'kor Hayim
Congregation Or Chadash
Congregation Young Israel
Temple Kol Hamidbar
Secular Humanist Jewish Circle
"Whimsical," "mystical," "mythical," "enchanting...." Tucson artists Christine Zabramny and Betty Seery have teamed up to illuminate our gallery. Zabramny's dynamic compositions and Seery's bright flowers invite the viewer to disappear into a world of color and light. Artist's reception on Sunday, September 11, 2-4pm
Sep 15 @ 4:50 am – Oct 15 @ 5:50 am
The National Israeli-American Conference is the foremost annual gathering of the Israeli-American community. Conference participants join us for an inspired, engaging three-day journey that delves into the most critical issues facing the Israeli-American and Jewish communities. They examine questions surrounding Israeli and Jewish identity and hear from world-renowned experts about the most pressing issues in global affairs. They explore cutting-edge Continue Reading
Sep 24 @ 7:30 pm – 11:00 pm
Join us at 7:30 pm for Selichot Film - "Son of Saul," study session and discussion, and desserts with Rabbi Samuel M. Cohon and Rabbi Batsheva Appel. Then Selichot Service with the High Holy Day Choir at 10:30 pm. All are welcome.
Sep 24 @ 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm
The evening includes a wine, cheese and dessert reception; Havdallah program “Areshet S’fateinu ... May the Words of our Lips ... Translating Prayer into Song”; the changing of the Torah covers and a moment to honor our Minyan; followed by the opening service to the High Holy Days, Selihot, at 10:00pm. No charge; however, reservations are requested by Sept. 19.