Beth El is a synagogue that accepts all who wish to have access to Judaism. If you grew up in a conservative synagogue, you’ll find Beth El’s ritual very familiar.
The purpose of Congregation Kehillah is to provide a “Community” for Jews and their spouses/partners and families to come together for purposes of fostering their Jewish identity, living Jewishly, pursuing social justice, and engaging in learning, all within a nurturing environment, more personal than institutional, designed to promote spirituality, camaraderie and respect for the needs of others.
We are a multigenerational, highly participatory, family-friendly community synagogue of over 400 families in the North Phoenix/North Scottsdale area. We are affiliated with United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism and pride ourselves on offering compelling programming, innovative learning opportunities, and spiritual prayer services for all ages.
We believe in the human capacity and responsibility to create a better world. Or Adam Congregation is active and inclusive. We seek to provide the spiritual, social, emotional, and intellectual needs of Jews by birth, by choice, by association, and of partners who wish to retain their own religious and cultural identification. Regardless of how or if you connect with God, we concentrate on human connections, accomplishments, responsibilities, and self-actualization at our community family celebrations.
Come enter our “Big Tent”. Whether you are Jewish by birth, or by choice, new to Judaism or holding established Jewish beliefs, you will find a home with us. We invite all members of your family, Jewish or non-Jewish, to join us in prayer, study, socialization, Tikkun Olam (repairing the world), social action and supporting the State of Israel.
Temple Beth Sholom of the East Valley began over seventy years ago in Mesa, Arizona. We offer a friendly, warm, and supportive environment in which Jews by birth and by choice and non-Jewish family and friends celebrate the richness and beauty of Jewish life through life-cycle events, communal worship, and education.