This is Our J

The East Valley Jewish Community Center (EVJCC) strengthens our local community by enhancing education, self-identity, personal values,

and health and well being through programs and services that are designed with the intent to uphold and sustain Judaic fundamentals.

Celebrating the Valley’s diverse cultures and customs the EVJCC creates a pathway for joyful, meaningful living.

Our J brings people together to learn, connect, and maintain traditions.

We are inspired by Jewish values that bridging traditions and generations in order to create an elevated, vibrant, and connected community – Valleywide.

The mission of the EVJCC is to be a center for social, cultural and educational activities to engage families and individuals through Jewish values throughout their lifetime.

The vision of the EVJCC is to create a strong, connected community through Jewish values and education.


Strengthening Identity and Personal Values

We continue to cultivate a space that connects Valley-wide residents to their immediate and local Jewish community while boosting their daily lives through Judaic commonalities, wisdom, and values.

Reinforcing Community

We’re serious about social responsibility.
We provide compassion, resource, and support to Our Valley-wide neighbors.

Contributing to Health and Well-Being

We believe when you choose to participate at the EVJCC, you’ll gain new interests and feel sincerely engaged within the Valley from renewed energy and deepened relations with friends and neighbors.

Enhancing Education

We’re elevating educational services – from infants to elders.
We support individuals to reach their highest potential through a wide array of classes and nationally accredited curriculum.

Join Community. Participate. Become a Supporter.

We can’t do it alone.

Donate to strengthen and grow Our J Community.



Rabbi Michael Beyo, CEO

Hadassah Baldinger, COO

Pam Morris, Early Childhood Education Director


Charlie Reidhead, Controller

Sharon Bayer, Operations Manager

Leisah Woldoff, Director of Communications

Carrie Webb, Administrative Assistant


Since 1972, the EVJCC has continued to serve individuals and families inclusive of all race, religions, and cultures.
The EVJCC is a 501c3 non-profit, neighborhood organization.