Israeli film: “From Slavery to Freedom”

Virtual

The 2021-22 virtual Israeli film series continues on Sunday, April 3 with the film "From Slavery to Freedom."  The film will be available to steam anytime on Sunday, April 3.  There is no charge to watch the film. Register below to receive the link, which will be sent the evening before.  Upcoming Film  From Slavery […]

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Tuesdays at the J

Virtual

Tuesday, April 5: 'Passover: Why is this Holiday Different?' with Rabbi Arthur LavinskyRabbi Arthur Lavinsky is a retired pulpit rabbi and U.S. Navy chaplain who served his country and his people faithfully with distinction for nearly four decades. He held diverse pulpits from as far away as Stockholm, Sweden all the way to Phoenix, Arizona. […]

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Open Beit Midrash

EVJCC

Join us each week for a morning of learning. Thursdays, March 24-May 19, 2022(No class on April 21) 10 a.m. "What we Can Learn from the Books of Jonah and Amos" 11 a.m.  "Maimonides as a Community Leader: The Letter to Yemen, The Letter on Resurrection and the Jewish Perspective of Christianity and Islam" Cost: […]

$192 – $384
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Tuesdays at the J

Virtual

Tuesday, April 12: Museum at the J 'Seeing Arizona Through Art' with Phoenix Art Museum docent JoAnne SmithRegister below to receive the link.Tuesdays at the J Tuesdays from 10 - 11 a.m. Until further notice, the sessions will be held on Zoom and are free. Tuesdays at the J is a group for individuals and couples […]

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Open Beit Midrash

EVJCC

Join us each week for a morning of learning. Thursdays, March 24-May 19, 2022(No class on April 21) 10 a.m. "What we Can Learn from the Books of Jonah and Amos" 11 a.m.  "Maimonides as a Community Leader: The Letter to Yemen, The Letter on Resurrection and the Jewish Perspective of Christianity and Islam" Cost: […]

$192 – $384
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Tuesdays at the J

Virtual

Tuesday, April 26: 'Music of the Holocaust'Register below to receive the link.Described as “impressive and expressive” (Fanfare Magazine), Hannah Creviston is Clinical Associate Professor at Arizona State University, where she is Keyboard Area Coordinator and Director of Piano Pedagogy, Class Piano and the Community Music School. Hannah will also present "Branded Degenerate: Voices Silenced," a […]

Yom Hashoah commemoration

EVJCC

2022 Yom Hashoah Commemoration Branded Degenerate: Voices Silenced Wednesday, April 27 | 5:30 p.m. reception, 6 p.m. program A reception starts at 5:30 p.m. with light refreshments and an opportunity to view the exhibit "Lost Voices: Greek Jews and the Holocaust." Reservations are required. This lecture-recital features music for saxophone, voice and piano by Erwin […]

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Open Beit Midrash

EVJCC

Join us each week for a morning of learning. Thursdays, March 24-May 19, 2022(No class on April 21) 10 a.m. "What we Can Learn from the Books of Jonah and Amos" 11 a.m.  "Maimonides as a Community Leader: The Letter to Yemen, The Letter on Resurrection and the Jewish Perspective of Christianity and Islam" Cost: […]

$192 – $384

Yom Ha’atzmaut celebration

Chuparosa Park 2400 N. Dobson Road, Chandler, AZ

Yom Ha'atzmaut celebration Sunday, May 1  | 3-5 p.m. Come celebrate Israel’s 74th birthday at Chuparosa Park, 2400 S. Dobson Road, Chandler (at the Honeysuckle Pavilion).  Bring your dinner and enjoy live music by Erez and Gal, treats and children’s activities, including a splash pad.   The event is free, registration is required by April 24. Yom […]

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Tuesdays at the J

Virtual

Tuesday, May 3: Mindfulness sessionmind-ful-ness, noun, from Pali word “sati” meaning alertness. the quality or state of being conscious or aware of something. A mental state achieved by focusing one's awareness on the present moment, while calmly accepting one's feeling, thoughts and body sensations. A presentation at the J on Tuesday, May 3 from 10–11 […]