How do I become a member of NefeshSoul?
It is easy! Fill out the linked membership form and:
1. Scan and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Mail it to NefeshSoul/PO Box 51591/Phoenix/85076
3. Hand it to a Board or staff member at any NefeshSoul event
Where are you located?
Most of our synagogue programming occurs at the Valley Unitarian Universalist Campus at 6400 W Del Rio, Chandler, AZ 85226 ( just south of Ray Rd on McKemy St.) Other programming sites are publicized on our weekly email newsletter.
How do I learn about upcoming events? When are your services/programs?
How do I contact NefeshSoul?
How can I volunteer? What can I do to be more involved?
We welcome your assistance! Contact Administrator Renae’ Van Wagner.
Do you have a board of directors? Can I serve on your board?
We have a Board of Trustees. Members are nominated by the nominating committee and serve from two to six years. If you are interested in serving on our Board, please contact President Jon Ivanhoe.
How do I make a financial donation? What do people typically donate monthly?
Donate by mail using our mail-in donation form, or online through Paypal or give Don Hoffman or Joyce Glass or Administrator Renae’ Van Wagner a check when you see them. We ask that you donate generously in keeping with Jewish values of tzedakah. More and more folks are setting up monthly contribution schedules where the money is automatically donated each month.
Are my donations tax deductible?
Yes, Congregation NefeshSoul is a 501c3 organization. Your donations are tax deductible. We send end-of-year tax statements by email.
How are my donations used?
Donations are used for rental fees, prayerbooks, office supplies, postage, P.O. Box rental, website fees, insurance, nosh supplies, ritual objects, salaries, and other miscellaneous items.
May I attend High Holy Day services? Is there a fee?
You are most welcome to attend our High Holy Day services. Tickets are not needed; however, your generous High Holy Day donation is necessary to support our beautiful and meaningful High Holy Day Services. Visit our High Holy Day webpage.