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The Jewish Community of Sedona and the Verde Valley

100 Meadowlark Drive
Sedona AZ 86336

(928) 204-1286

100 Meadowlark Drive
Sedona, AZ 86336

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Jewish Community of Sedona and the Verde Valley

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Mail to:  PO Box 13, Sedona, AZ 86339-0013

Location:  100 Meadow Lark Drive, Sedona AZ  86336

 

928-204-1286  -  office@jcsvv.org 

            Shabbat Services:  Friday evenings - 7:30 pm                         Led by Rabbi Alicia Magal.  Everyone is welcome! 

                 Torah Study:  Saturday mornings - 11 am                           Led by Rabbi Alicia Magal.

 

 


    

Rabbi Alicia Magal and Hubbetzin Itzhak Magal

Rabbi Alicia Magal and Hubbetzin Itzhak Magal

 

We invite you to join us as we ...

  • Celebrate Shabbat, holidays, and life cycle milestones.

  • Explore the teachings and relevance of the Torah.

  • Embrace Jewish culture and the arts.

  • Offer assistance in time of need.

  • Create social gatherings for members.

  • Interact with the wider local community.

  • Provide continuity for future generations of the Jewish people.

Meet Rabbi Alicia Magal ...

Rabbi Alicia Magal has served as the spiritual leader of the Jewish Community of Sedona and the Verde Valley since 2006. Rabbi Magal brings a depth of experience in Judaic studies, the arts, and education to her position. (See complete Curriculum Vitae.)  Rabbi Magal received rabbinical ordination in 2003 from the Aleph Jewish Renewal Rabbinical Program, as well as from the Academy for Jewish Religion in Los Angeles, CA. 

RABBI MAGAL’S DRASHOT - HIGH HOLY DAYS 5779 - 2018


JCSVV President bonnie l. gustav golub’s Speech, yom kippur 5779 - 2018

COMING UP THIS WEEK

Updates from Rabbi Alicia Magal

january 11-17, 2019                                                                                                                                       

                                                                   Moses leads  Israelites in Exodus from slavery

Shalom to all from the Jewish Community of Sedona and the Verde Valley.   

Erev Shabbat lay-led  services begin on Friday, January 11, at 7:30 pm,  led by Anita Rosenfield including candle lighting, uplifting songs, inspiring readings, chanting from the Torah,  a blessing for healing, and Kaddish, the Mourner's prayer.   The Oneg flowers and refreshments are sponsored by Anita Rosenfield in memory of her parents, brother, and in honor of her own birthday.

Please join us for Torah Study, Saturdays at 11:00 am

Please join us for Torah Study, Saturdays at 11:00 am

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Torah study on Saturday, January 12, will begin at 11 a.m. with the reading and discussion of Bo, Exodus 10:1 - 13: 16, telling of the last three plagues visited upon Pharaoh and Egypt, finally culminating in Pharaoh's decision to let the Israelite slaves go forth into freedom.   Please bring a vegetarian dish to share at the pot luck luncheon following the study session. 

Wednesday mornings at 8:30 a.m. all are invited to the egalitarian morning minyan with a beautiful view of the red rocks from the sanctuary.  This interactive morning service includes time for questions and comments on the prayers and on the Torah portion of the current week. Visitors are most welcome, and actually needed to enable us to have a full minyan (prayer quorum of 10)  for mourners to say Kaddish. This is an opportunity to begin the day with prayer in a supportive community.

On Sunday, January 13, Men's Club will meet for breakfast at 8:30 a.m. followed by a presentation on the work of the Coalition Against Human Trafficking - Northern Arizona, by Carol Gandolfo, President/Law Enforcement Liaison. Everyone is welcome.

At 3 pm Women's Havurah will offer a presentation by Chaya Miriam Colodner on "Kabbalistic Tree of Life Encompassing Angelology and Astrology." Guests are welcome.

The Jewish Community of Sedona and the Verde Valley, located at 100 Meadow Lark Drive off Route 179 in Sedona, is a welcoming, egalitarian, inclusive congregation dedicated to building a link from the past to the future by providing religious, educational, social and cultural experiences.  The congregation is unaffiliated with any particular stream of Judaism in order to respect and serve the wide diversity of its members and visitors.  Rabbi Magal is available to speak with anyone on spiritual matters.  For more information call the office at 928 204-1286 or check the website:  www.jcsvv.org. 

Rabbi Alicia Magal

 

                  Just a glimpse of the numerous celebrations and activities at the JCSVV ...

Our Beautiful Shalom Singers

Our Beautiful Shalom Singers

Receiving "Keep Sedona Beautiful" Award, 2016

Receiving "Keep Sedona Beautiful" Award, 2016

Yom Hashoa Ceremony

Yom Hashoa Ceremony

Women's Havurah Seder

Women's Havurah Seder

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