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Welcome!  You’ve entered Jewish Tucson, the website that connects you to every corner of our rich and diverse Jewish community, both in Tucson and throughout Southern Arizona.  You are only clicks away from a community-wide Calendar, links to our synagogues, agencies, and programs.  Browse our pages, where you’ll find opportunities to learn, celebrate, participate, meet others, and enrich your life through the warm and welcoming embrace of our Jewish community.  We have something for everyone, including you!

 

Community Agencies

Handmaker Jewish Services for the Aging
Hillel

Hillel
Jewish Community Center

Jewish Community Center
Jewish Community Foundation

Jewish Community Foundation
Jewish Family Childrens Services

Jewish Family & Children's Services
Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona

Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona
Jewish History Museum

Jewish History Museum
Tucson Hebrew Academy

Tucson Hebrew Academy
Weintraub Israel Center

Weintraub Israel Center

Congregations

Beth Shalom Temple Center

Beth Shalom Temple Center
Congregation Anshei Israel

Congregation Anshei Israel
Congregation Bet Shalom

Congregation Bet Shalom
Congregation Chaverim

Congregation Chaverim
Congregation Chofetz Chayim

Congregation Chofetz Chayim
Congregation M'kor Hayim

Congregation M'kor Hayim
Congregation Or Chadash

Congregation Or Chadash
Congregation Young Israel

Congregation Young Israel
Kol Simchah

Kol Simchah
Temple Emanu-El

Temple Emanu-El

Temple Kol Hamidbar

Temple Kol Hamidbar

Secular Humanist Jewish Circle

Upcoming Events

Exhibition Opening: "Signed, Sealed, Delivered: Postcards from the Permanent Collection" @ Jewish History Museum | Tucson | Arizona | United States
Before email and Facebook, postcards and photo cards were a popular way to let friends and family know all about travels abroad. Visitors to the exhibition can view the Jewish History Museum’s collection of postcards that show early Southern Arizona from the early 1900s through the 1960s. Alongside these hand-written cards, guests can write their own postcard and send it Continue Reading
Aug 15 2015 @ 1:00 pm – Jan 31 2016 @ 5:00 pm
As part of its monthly reading series "Reclaiming Discourses: Jewish Writers Today," the museum has partnered with Poetry Center Librarian Wendy Burk to curate a special exhibition that highlights these participating authors and some of their written materials, including first edition books, broadsides, and pamphlets. Hours Open to the public Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday from 1 to 5 PM. Continue Reading
Aug 28 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Chardonnay Shabbat Service @ Temple Emanu-El | Tucson | Arizona | United States
A great way to beat the heat - Temple Emanu-El's Chardonnay Shabbat. Unwind from the week with your friends at the Pre-oneg of wine and juices, cheese and fruit at 5:00 pm. Then at 5:45 pm, join us for lively, musical, and uplifting Shabbat services with Rabbi Samuel M. Cohon, Rabbi Batsheva Appel and Cantorial Soloist Marjorie Hochberg.  All are welcome.
Northwest Shabbat Dinner & Service @ St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church
Aug 28 @ 6:00 pm – 8:15 pm
If you're in the Northwest, we're bringing Shabbat to you! A lively, hamish celebration of Shabbat: a delicious Shabbat dinner of kosher chicken (vegeterian option upon request), side dishes, and salads.  Then, Rabbi Batsheva Appel and NW Soloist Lindsey O'Shea lead a festive, joyous Shabbat service at 7pm.  Afterwards, desserts and conversation.  Everyone welcome, bring your friends.  RSVP by the Continue Reading
Family Shabbat and Ice Cream Oneg @ Congregation Or Chadash
Aug 28 @ 6:30 pm
Come enjoy a family-friendly Shabbat service, followed by an "Ice Cream Oneg!" All are welcome.
Torah Study @ Temple Emanu-El
Aug 29 @ 8:30 am – 10:00 am
Torah Study @ Temple Emanu-El | Tucson | Arizona | United States
Join Rabbi Samuel M. Cohon, Rabbi Batsheva Appel, and discussion leaders for an open, interactive exploration of the Torah portion of the week.  Open to all. Saturdays at 8:30-10 am (except when a monthly Rabbi's Tish), then stay for Shabbat Morning Services at 10 am.