"כי ביתי בית תפלה יקרא לכל העמים"
“for my house will be called
A HOUSE OF PRAYER
for all nations"
- Isaiah 56:7

 

 

OUR RABBI

Rabbi Pinchas G. Allouche along with his wonderful wife Esther and their seven children, joined our community at its very inception. Rabbi Allouche is a well-recognized rabbinic figure and a sought-after lecturer and popular author of many essays and writings on the Jewish faith, mysticism, and social analysis. 

Rabbi Allouche was born in Toulouse, France and grew up in Johannesburg, South Africa and Jerusalem, Israel. His travels have also taken him to Geneva, Switzerland where he provided Jewish Learning Opportunities and activities to adults and youth alike, and to Milano, Italy where he received his rabbinic ordination.

From 1999 until 2002, Rabbi Allouche served as a teacher and educator in the Mekor Chaim School in Jerusalem and in the Jerusalem Seminaries for young Jewish Women, "Torat Chesed" and "Tikva". Prior to joining our community, Rabbi Allouche served as a Rabbi, Youth & Programming Director in Congregation Beth Tefillah of Atlanta, GA.

Besides his academic pedigree, Rabbi Allouche is highly respected and tremendously involved in the Jewish community of Greater Phoenix. He is a member of the Think Tank Committee of the Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix, and he teaches middle-school Judaics at the Pardes Jewish Day School.

Rabbi Allouche is also member of the Vaad Harabanim, the Orthodox Rabbinic Council - Arizona's Committee of Orthodox Rabbis.

In 2013, Rabbi Allouche was listed in the Forward as one of America's 36 Most Inspiring Rabbis, who are "shaping 21st Century Judaism."

Rabbi Allouche is fluent in English, Hebrew, French and Italian.

Rabbi Allouche is also a blogger for the Huffington Post, Times of Israel and other large online publications. 

Please feel free to contact our Rabbi for any questions or inquiries at: 480-600-5065 or via email at: Rabbi@BethTefillahAZ.org He is awaiting to hear from you!



CLICK, LEARN AND BE INSPIRED by RABBI ALLOUCHE'S WEEKLY THOUGHTS on the PARASHA:


 BERESHIT (Genesis) SHEMOT (Exodus)  VAYIKRA (Leviticus)   BAMIDBAR (Numbers)  DEVARIM (Deuteronomy)
 Bereshit Shemot Vaykira Bamidbar   Devarim
 Noach  Vae'ra  Tzav  Naso  Vaetchanan
 Lech Lecha  Bo  Shemini  Behaalotecha  Ekev
 Vayera  Beshalach  Tazria  Shelach  Re'eh
Chaye Sara  Yitro  Metzora  Korach  Shoftim
 Toldot  Mishpatim Acharei Mot  Chukat  Ki Tetzeh
 Vayetzeh  Terumah  Kedoshim  Balak  Ki Tavo
 Vayishlach  Tetzaveh  Emor  Pinchas  Nitzavim
 Vayeshev  Ki Tisa  Behar  Matot  Vayelech
 Miketz  Vayakhel  Bechukotai  Masei  Haazinu
Vayigash  Pekudei      Zot Haberacha
Vayechi        


For samples of Rabbi Allouche's nationally and internationally-published essays and articles, click on any of the links below:

 

CLICK HERE or BELOW to hear our Rabbi's Presentation at the Arizona State University's Sandra O'Connor College of Law, on the subject: "Can Peace Be Achieved in the Middle East?":


CLICK HERE OR BELOW to see our Rabbi's Lecture to 500,000 Jews during the 2013 Global Day of Jewish Learning:


CLICK HERE or BELOW & SEE RABBI ALLOUCHE FEATURED on the TLC CHANNEL, officiating at a Jewish Wedding:


CLICK HERE or BELOW & SEE RABBI PINCHAS ALLOUCHE interviewing his mentor, world-scholar RABBI ADIN STEINSALTZ, during our GALA in January, 2014:

VISIT US SOON for more VIDEOS of our Rabbi's Classes and Lectures!

 

 
 
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