Bruchim Ha-baim/Welcome to Congregation Kehillah!

Our inclusive community is based on relationships with each other and our joint vision of what we can build together. We value all contributions and what our members bring as the offerings of their hearts.

When Congregation Kehillah was founded in 2008, the vision of the Rabbi and Board of Directors was to create a Jewish community that was more personal than institutional. Being a “partner” in Kehillah means that you are part of a holy community, but the concept goes beyond that. The Kehillah experience is centered on a series of relationships with our Rabbi and with other Kehillah members. From those relationships emerge opportunities for teaching, learning, spirituality, camaraderie and caring. We are member-driven; the evolution of our programs comes from member initiatives.

We welcome your interest and hope that our community will become your spiritual home for many years to come!

How to Join

Join by Check (Preferred)
1. Complete the Membership Form
2. Mail all forms and checks to:

Congregation Kehillah
21001 N Tatum Blvd Ste 1630 #439

Phoenix, AZ  85050

(602) 369-7667
[email protected]

Join by Credit Card
1. Complete the Membership Form

  Please download, print, and complete both the

Membership Form 2017/18

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What are my dues supporting?

Membership dues are your annual financial commitment. Along with donations, membership provides Kehillah with funds that enable us to provide services to you including religious services and programs, youth education, adult education, and dynamic spiritual guidance and pastoral support with our Rabbi.

Membership dues also help pay operating expenses including but limited to building related costs, clerical support, insurance, printing, telephone, website support, Torah maintenance, etc. In short, your membership dues help ensure that our community is fiscally sound and can fulfill its mission.

Congregation Kehillah is a 501(c)(3) organization. Membership dues and other donations to Kehillah are tax-exempt to the full extent of the law.