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Conservative synagogue in Tucson, Arizona
Family, tot, young family and teen Shabbat services are conducted in addition to daily minyan and festival services.
Generations of children have gone through CAI’s award-winning preschool, kindergarten, religious school and United Synagogue Youth programs.
Adult education offerings include visiting scholars, holiday and family workshops, weekday and Shabbat Torah study, and more.
Affiliate and social groups provide opportunities to enrich friendships, learn new skills and engage in service projects; a monthly book group discusses books by Jewish authors and/or with Jewish content; and numerous Havurot are formed to help extend synagogue families.
Ongoing social action projects allow participation in Tikkun Olam (repairing the world) through blood donor drives, food and clothing collections and diaper drives, thereby connecting contributors to the greater Jewish community.
“It is important to live Jewishly, to be in the midst of, and as part of, our people,” states Rabbi Robert Eisen. “Active involvement in Jewish life can offer understanding, compassion, courage, and strength; something we all seek at one time or another.”
We come to our synagogue to pray together, to study our sacred texts, to share our lifecycle events, and to find companionship. May you find the understanding, the compassion, the courage, and the strength you seek to meet your needs of the hour and the demands of eternity.
5550 East 5th Street
- (520) 745-5550