Beth Ami Temple, the “small temple with a big heart,” is ready to welcome everyone back to in-person activities and services this fall.
After over a year-and-a-half of virtual services and social activities, all are invited to join us for a Wine & Cheese Open House on Thursday, September 2 at 6 pm in Paradise Valley. The active adult community is perfect for those over 50 seeking a spiritual and social connection with their Jewish roots in a warm, close-knit family.
The open house will be a place for guests to meet current members, Rabbi Allison Lawton and Cantorial Soloist Michael Robbins, to learn about the congregation’s many activities and active social groups including: Travel, Hiking, Cultural Outings, Movies, Book Reviews, Bridge, Speakers, Concerts, Torah Study and more.
This unique temple has no building fund and very modest dues. The community is especially welcoming to couples, singles and snowbirds. Guest are also invited to the congregation’s High Holiday Services starting September 6, for just $125 for a single ticket and $250 for a family ticket. Ticket costs can be applied to membership.
Beth Ami Temple has been providing a place for connecting to Jewish life and building relationships since 1978, when a small group who wanted to worship together in a friendly atmosphere created this community. Now, Beth Ami Temple has more than 100 members. Shabbat services are held twice a month from September through May, and other holidays are celebrated during the year.
To RSVP for the Open House or to make reservations for High Holiday services, please call 602-956-0805 or email email@example.com. All attending events and services should be vaccinated for COVID 19.
For more information about Beth Ami Temple please call 602-956-0805, email firstname.lastname@example.org, and visit bethamitemple.org. Beth Ami Temple is located at 3535 E. Lincoln Drive, Paradise Valley, 85253 (Inside the Palo Cristi Church).