Conservative Judaism in Scottsdale, Arizona
Participate in the tenets of Jewish tradition with our friendly and welcoming congregation. Temple Beth Emeth of Scottsdale offers a traditional service with affordable membership.
About our Temple
Serving the area faithfully since 1983, our temple has offered a place for families to join together and participate in the traditions of egalitarian Judaism. Learn more about our temple and Cantor Howard Tabaknek.
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about Conservative Judaism and our traditional Jewish values.
Join Temple Beth Emeth of Scottsdale, committed to the principles of Judaism in Scottsdale, Arizona. We formed in 1983 with the concept of forming an independent, traditional synagogue that is committed to authentic faith, a fully democratic administration, a spirit of Chavurah, equality of women, and affordable membership. Everyone is welcome at services regardless of Jewish background or knowledge of Hebrew.
While the Congregation has held services and events in various locations, we have always called Scottsdale "home". When we moved to our current location, the Torahs were walked to the new location on foot. The gala dedication of the new site and mounting of the Mezuzot took place with the participation of the Mayor of Scottsdale, Mary Manross, Rabbi Albert Plotkin, Rabbi Mark Bisman, and Rabbi Robert Kravitz.
Join Temple Beth Emeth of Scottsdale, and enjoy modest and affordable dues for membership. All congregants participate in Shabbat services. We have a real Chavurah feeling: one of warm friendliness to all members. We are dedicated towards Jewish tradition and to one another.
Landmarks: Northeast of Hayden and MacDonald | Proudly Serving: the Jewish Community of the Valley