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Marty Haberer started as the Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix’s executive director this past March, marking his 31st year in Jewish communal service, which he refers to as “a lifelong adventure.” Congregation Kehillah, a nine-year-old independent synagogue that purchased its first permanent home at the end of 2016, has started remodeling of the interior and exterior of the new facility, located at 5858 E. Families Giving Back has released a Summer Volunteer for projects for families with young children. An annual brunch benefiting Beth Joseph Congregation, the Jewish Enrichment Center, Phoenix Hebrew Academy and Phoenix Vaad Hakashruth will be held a.m. Sunday, May 21, at the Ina Levine Jewish Community Campus, 12701 N. The Women’s Leadership Institute, a project of the Women’s Jewish Learning Center, invites the community to a Celebration of New Leadership, p.m. Their young children were becoming old enough to start their religious education, but there was no place to send them.
Across the Valley, there are a number of Christian churches that share their space with synagogues. Friday, May 12, at the Phoenix Convention Center, 100 N. Honorees are Lin Sue Cooney of Hospice of the Valley, Elisa de la Vara of the Arizona Community Foundation, Marchelle Franklin of the Phoenix Police Department; and Miriam Weisman of the Anti-Defamation League.
Starting in September, a Christian church will be worshiping at the Valley of the Sun Jewish Community Center in Scottsdale. Jana Boomersbach will be the keynote speaker at the Arizona Jewish Historical Society annual meeting, 11 a.m. Scottsdale-based Envoy America, a senior ride program that serves seniors in the greater Tucson and Phoenix areas, recently won the Sacramento, California Chapter’s Aging2.0 Global Startup Search competition. Congregation Beth Israel has announced that Ian Schulder will become the executive director of Congregation Beth Israel beginning June 1.
Thirteen wedding Gowns, Dresses, and Suits from wedding ceremonies in Phoenix, and various other locations feature Jewish customs from Ashkenazic and Sephardic, Orthodox, Conservative, Reform and Secular weddings.
Dating back to 1912 and brought forward to today, and see the objects and artifacts that demonstrate Jewish ritual, custom, tradition, and law which are on view with explanations, observations, and commentary, from a 1928 Ketubah to a modern Chuppah.