Welcome to Jewish Tucson
Connecting People to Create a Vibrant, Engaged and Inspired Jewish Community for the Future.
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!
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
Secular Humanist Jewish Circle
Temple Kol Hamidbar
Oct 31 @ 10:00 am – Dec 5 @ 11:30 am
Join us as we study about 6 epic debates that rocked the Jewish world, and still resound powerfully today. This is a six-week course which includes a student textbook, videos, and powerpoints.
Nov 20 @ 6:15 am – 7:15 am
Learn the Mishnah every morning with Rabbi Israel Becker, Monday-Friday 6:15 AM, Shabbos 8:15 AM and Sundays and major secular holidays 7:15 AM.
Nov 20 @ 9:00 am – 11:00 am
Open to the public, this FREE weekly class for children up to 24-months in age and their parent(s) is a great way to meet other parents, exchange experiences, and provide an opportunity for the children to play together and engage in age-appropriate activities. We also read a book from PJ Library twice a month. Facilitated by Amanda Stark, various experts Continue Reading
Nov 20 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
The only Yiddish writer to have received the Nobel Prize for Literature, Isaac Bashevis singer is a delight. His novels and short stories recreate the lost world of Eastern European Jewry as well as the challenges faced by new Jewish immigrants in the United States. We will examine both his short stories and a major novel. We'll enjoy and share Continue Reading
Nov 20 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
All levels are welcome ... men are welcome, too!
Since the path-breaking work of the cultural historian Carl Schorske in 1979, much attention has been given to the culture of Vienna around 1900, and how it was one of the main sources of modernism in all the arts and culture. Though Schorske did discuss the rise of antisemitism and the founding of the modern Zionist movement by the Viennese Continue Reading