15030 N. 64th Street
Scottsdale, Arizona 85254
Phone: 480-951-9660

KAJY
Kol Ami Junior Youth

Making life-long friends is a core objective of our educational programs. Kol Ami Junior Youth (KAJY) brings 4th – 7th graders together after religious school for some great fun and good times. Held several times throughout the year, these parent chaperoned, afternoon events help our children make those connections with the other kids of Kol Ami.

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Upcoming Events

Date/time
Date(s)-29-01-2015
09:30 am - 12:00 am


We're proud to announce the return of our Mommy & Me class. It's FREE and open to the community - Temple Kol Ami membership is not required! Come play and meet new friends. This class is open to children ages newborn to two and a half.
Date/time
Date(s)-29-01-2015
07:00 pm - 12:00 am


Introduction to Judaism with Rabbi Schneider is for anyone who wants to fill in gaps in their Jewish knowledge, explore Judaism, or satisfy a requirement for conversion.

Why Take Introduction to Judaism?
For some things in life, it is never too late. Somehow, when you were younger, maybe you didn’t learn what you’d like to know about the culture and religion of the Jewish people. Perhaps, you grew up in a place where there was no synagogue. Perhaps, you weren’t quite ready to appreciate the Jewish Education you were offered. Perhaps, your parents didn’t think you needed a Jewish education. Perhaps, you now seek a way to live a fuller and richer Jewish family life. Perhaps, you now want to narrow the cultural gaps between you and your children. Or, perhaps, you are considering converting to Judaism. Whatever the reason, Temple Kol Ami’s Introduction to Judaism course
offers you a time and place to broaden your Jewish awareness.

Basic Judaism launches you on a path to authentic personal Jewish identity. This 18-week class can help you acquire a basic Jewish vocabulary. You can gain intellectual knowledge of Judaism as well as the skills necessary to “do Jewish”.

If you are unsure, make an appointment with Rabbi Schneider to discuss why this class could be right for you.
Date/time
Date(s)-30-01-2015
07:00 pm - 09:00 pm


Please join us for our Friday night service. It is warm, always interesting, traditional, yet filled with Jewish stories that illustrate and illuminate life today.
Then stay for Oneg and enjoy making friends and building Jewish community over delicious desserts.
Date/time
Date(s)-01-02-2015
09:00 am - 12:00 pm


Date/time
Date(s)-04-02-2015
12:00 pm - 12:00 am


Get in the habit of enjoying a taste of current events through a Jewish lens. This group, conducted by Rabbi Schneider, explores current events and issues through the lens of Reform Judaism. Bring your lunch, schmooze, and break up the day with a taste of Judaism.
Date/time
Date(s)-05-02-2015
06:00 pm - 08:30 pm


Date/time
Date(s)-05-02-2015
07:00 pm - 12:00 am


Introduction to Judaism with Rabbi Schneider is for anyone who wants to fill in gaps in their Jewish knowledge, explore Judaism, or satisfy a requirement for conversion.

Why Take Introduction to Judaism?
For some things in life, it is never too late. Somehow, when you were younger, maybe you didn’t learn what you’d like to know about the culture and religion of the Jewish people. Perhaps, you grew up in a place where there was no synagogue. Perhaps, you weren’t quite ready to appreciate the Jewish Education you were offered. Perhaps, your parents didn’t think you needed a Jewish education. Perhaps, you now seek a way to live a fuller and richer Jewish family life. Perhaps, you now want to narrow the cultural gaps between you and your children. Or, perhaps, you are considering converting to Judaism. Whatever the reason, Temple Kol Ami’s Introduction to Judaism course
offers you a time and place to broaden your Jewish awareness.

Basic Judaism launches you on a path to authentic personal Jewish identity. This 18-week class can help you acquire a basic Jewish vocabulary. You can gain intellectual knowledge of Judaism as well as the skills necessary to “do Jewish”.

If you are unsure, make an appointment with Rabbi Schneider to discuss why this class could be right for you.

Testimonials

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“We have come to view the members of Temple Kol Ami as an extended family. The services are warm, welcoming and participative. We also enjoy the opportunity to participate in community service and social functions through both the Young Adult Group and the broader congregation.”
-Nichole and Mike Arko, Members

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