• Second Day Rosh Hashanah Boat Ride
  • Shavuot on the Mountain
  • At the Western Wall

“You are warmly invited to come join us. Our vibrant and meaningful services and classes are sure to add depth and meaning that will enrich your life. We look forward to meeting you!” ~Reb Sarah Leah Grafstein

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We are a small, friendly community of egalitarian Jews and spiritual seekers of all ages. Join us for joyful prayer, song, dance, music, meditation, story-telling, and drumming.
Experience Jewish renewal and Carlebach Shabbat and holy days services, Torah, kabbalah and chassidus classes, Drum Shalom drumming, and healing circles and salons with special guests.
No Hebrew or background is necessary. GLBTQ and differently-abled friendly. Everyone is welcome! Easy access to the Rabbi.

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What's Coming Up

High Holy Days 5777/2016

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Shabbat service: Fri., Sept. 23

Selichot: Sat., Sept. 24

Rosh Hashanah: Mon. & Tues., Oct. 3 & 4

2nd Day Rosh Hashanah Boat Trip: Wed., Oct. 4

Shabbat Shuvah: Sat., Oct. 8

Yom Kippur: Wed., Oct. 12

(Kol Nidre Tues., Oct. 11)

Sukkot: Oct. 17-25

Simchat Torah: Mon., Oct. 24

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We are always appreciative of any donation. No donation is too small or too big! Our community depends on the support of its generous donors.

There are several meaningful and fun volunteer opportunities available during the High Holy Days and Sukkot.

Drum Shalom
Join our Jewish Drumming Circle and bring your friends!

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Kabbalat Shabbat services meet at North Scottsdale United Methodist Church

11735 N. Scottsdale Road
Scottsdale, AZ 85254

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Phone: 602-321-3336

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Rabbi Sarah Leah Grafstein
Jennifer Blohm
Eliyahu Eckelberg

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