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Passover 2020 Survival Guide

The best-known quote from the Pesach Haggadah is, “why is this night different from all other nights?” This year, this quote takes on a whole new meaning. With the pandemic of COVID-19 running rampant, large gregarious family seders will be replaced with small intimate gatherings consisting of those who reside under the same roof. We…

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Resources for Kids

APRIL 7 Virtual Chocolate Seder. 4 pm for grades K-5. The Fifth Annual Chocolate Seder is the best way to prepare for Passover in a fun and delicious way! Join BB Camp along with their friends at Congregation Beth Israel, for some fun, games, crafts, and of course, a chocolatey Seder! Please register here so…

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Resources for Young Adults and Adults

Individual congregations offer various religious services online. Visit the website or Facebook page of your synagogue to stay connected. For a list of congregations from our 2019-2020 Resource guide click here. If you have a virtual event to add, please visit azjewishlife.com/online-virtual-resources-submission.  ONGOING 2-1-1 COVID-19 Hotline The hotline is administered by 2-1-1 Arizona and the…

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Senior Resources

Individual congregations offer various religious services online. Visit the website or Facebook page of your synagogue to stay connected. For a list of congregations from our 2019-2020 Resource guide click here. If you have a virtual event to add, please visit azjewishlife.com/online-virtual-resources-submission.  APRIL 6 Passover Chat. 12:30 pm. Rabbi Levi Levertov will provide an interactive…

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Camp Directory 2020

Camp Daisy and Harry Stein 3400 Camp Pearlstein Road, Prescott 480-951-0323 campstein.org Camp Daisy and Harry Stein is a unique and exciting Jewish overnight summer camp nestled in the majestic Bradshaw Forest of Prescott, AZ. Camp Stein is a place where campers discover more about themselves, their abilities, & their Judaism. With a sophisticated program…

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Tradition!

Photo of chuppah courtesy Jenn Wagner of Jenn Wagner Studio. There are many traditions that are unique to a Jewish wedding. Whether you grew up immersed in the Jewish religion and culture or barely attended temple, you may wish to incorporate Jewish wedding traditions into your big day. Depending on your subculture (Ashkenazi or Sephardic),…

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Jewish Film Festivals

TUCSON The beginning of the year is always a special time in Arizona. Not only do we never have to shovel snow in January and February, we have two of the best Jewish film festivals in the country. The films shown at these festivals celebrate Jewish culture and cultural diversity. The Tucson International Jewish Film…

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Biz Ins Jan./Feb. 2020

Jewish Federation adds management staff The Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona has appointed two new management team members. Andrew Pawlicki-Sinclair is the assistant director for leadership development and engagement. He has worked for Arizona Serve and the Arizona Conservation Corps managing AmeriCorps national service grants. Before that, Andrew served as an AmeriCorps VISTA member at…

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