Shabbat

Mordechai Kaplan, a prominent Jewish philosopher taught, “An artist cannot be continually wielding his brush. He must stop at times in his painting to freshen his vision of the object, the meaning of which he wishes to express on his canvas. Living is also an art….The Sabbath represents those moments when we pause in our brushwork to renew our vision of the object. Having done so we take ourselves to our painting with clarified vision and renewed energy.”

We invite you to use the Shabbat Guide to inspire you to create a meaningful and personalized Shabbat experience.

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Tucson Jewish Community Center
Tucson Jewish Community Center
Learn from the best coach in town! Join Michael and his Tucson J Stingrays to compete for top swim team! Make a splash 💦 Register now at https://www.teamunify.com/Home.jsp?_tabid_=0&team=aztjccs

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Tucson Jewish Community Center
Tucson Jewish Community Center
Get ready to ZUMBA! Help support our 2019 JCC athletes as they compete in the Atlanta, GA Maccabi games. All proceeds support
The Tucson J Maccabi team. Join in on the fun with a live DJ & a good time! Sunday, May 19th | 9:30-11AM | The Tucson J Register at
https://tucsonjcc.org/event/zumbathon-for-maccabi-athletes/2019-05-19/

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Tucson Jewish Community Center
Tucson Jewish Community Center
New Sculpture Highlight!

Jeff Downing: Canis Luxor
Canis Luxor depicts two dogs traversing the waters of the Nile River.

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