If you are over 50 and seeking a connection with your Jewish roots, in a warm, small, close-knit congregation, then Beth Ami is the temple for you!
We provide the families in our community with a high quality, safe & developmentally appropriate preschool experience full of laughter, love & learning. Chanen Preschool students receive a unique experience that combines play with age-appropriate academic instruction.
The Kollel connects Jews and Judaism through love, friendship and unity. Whether you're Reform, Conservative, Orthodox, unaffiliated or somewhere in between, the Kollel is your most vibrant source for Jewish learning in the Valley. Through study opportunities in various formats and locations, the Kollel brings a new dimension to everyday Jewish life. We invite you to spend some time getting to know us. We hope that you will come away from this site encouraged to join one of our programs. We are confident that you will find it a meaningful experience.
With approximately 400 members, Sun Lakes Jewish Congregation, under the spiritual leadership of Rabbi Irwin Wiener and Cantor Ronda Polesky, is one of the largest Reform synagogues in the Chandler area. Services are held once a month, on the second Friday of the month, beginning at 7:00 PM, at The Sun Lakes Chapel, located on Sun Lakes Boulevard. In addition, during the summer Twilight Services are offered. The prayer book in use is Gates of Prayer, and most services are enhanced with the voices of the congregations choir, under the direction of Lana Oyer. Services are followed by an Oneg Shabbat, where members enjoy a tasty nosh and the opportunity to socialize with old friends and make new friends.
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 Solel is a vibrant and engaged Reform community grounded in relationships and deeds, and elevated by Shabbat and Torah. We welcome all who seek a connection to Jewish life regardless of religious background, race, ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status, ability, age, sexual orientation and gender identity.