Please join us on Sunday, May 5 for an afternoon seminar in which local Jewish leaders will gather to explore the Jewish value of community by examining its role for Jews in the East Valley in relation to the Greater Phoenix area. This program will provide a forum for Jewish community leaders to learn about the historical development of the kehillah as a source of strength throughout history, how it has developed in the East Valley and where it is headed in the future. By sharing ideas and breaking boundaries, Jews of the East Valley will ultimately strengthen their collective leadership and create a communal infrastructure for future collaboration between agencies. Printable program

Superstition Wilderness, ArizonaEast Valley Jewish Community Building Initiative

Sunday, May 5, 2013 | 2-5 p.m.
Arizona State University, Tempe campus
Memorial Union, Cochise (228)
r.s.v.p. to Dr. Marc Krell required by April 26, 2013

refreshments will be served

download a map of the Memorial Union


Public parking is available in the Apache Boulevard Structure.
Enter from the North side of the structure, from Lemon Street.


Sponsors

Center for Jewish Studies at Arizona State University
Jewish Community Association of Greater Phoenix
Temple Beth Sholom of the East Valley

Participating Organizations

Avdey Torah Hayah | Center for Jewish Studies at Arizona State University | Chabad Jewish Center of Gilbert | Chabad of ASU | Chabad of the East Valley | Chabad of Mesa | East Valley Jewish Community Center | East Valley Jewish Day School | Hillel at ASU | Jewish Community Association of Greater Phoenix | Temple Beth Sholom of the East Valley | Temple Emanuel of Tempe