We are grateful to finally be coming back together as a community by allowing up to 25 congregants to attend Shabbat services each week. Participation in services will still take place on Zoom and services will be available to watch on livestream at otaz.org/livestream for all those not in the Sanctuary. 

Click here to RSVP and here to print the Covid form.

16415 North 90th Street, Scottsdale, AZ 85260 |Phone: 480-342-8858 |Email Us

Welcome to Congregation Or Tzion

Your Home for Conservative Judaism in Scottsdale

We are a multigenerational, highly participatory, family friendly community synagogue of nearly 400 families in the North Phoenix/North Scottsdale area. We are affiliated with United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism and pride ourselves on offering compelling programming, innovative learning opportunities and spiritual prayer services for all ages.

Worship & Service Times

Friday Night

Shabbat Service: 6:00 pm

Shabbat Morning

Shabbat Services: 9:30 am

Live Stream

Click here to view our live stream of services.

Click here to view recorded services.

Click here to view our digital siddurim.

Weekly Minyan

Thursday: 7:30 am
Yahrzeit minyan upon request

Join the minyan zoom here.

Upcoming Events

WLCOT Challah Bake

WLCOT Challah Bake

Sunday, October 25
11:30 am

Or Tzion Cookbook

Or Tzion Cookbook

Thursday, November 5
12:00 am

Volunteer Interest

Volunteer Interest

Saturday, November 7
All Day

Or Tzion’s Wild Goose Chase Scavenger Hunt

Or Tzion's Wild Goose Chase Scavenger Hunt

Saturday, November 14
7:00 pm

Our Location

16415 N. 90th Street, Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Three blocks south of the intersection of Bell Road and 90th Street (east of the 101).

Annual Gift of the Heart Commitment + Membership Information

Congregation Or Tzion embraces an annual commitment model of sustaining our congregation, in place of the previous financial structure, which was oriented around membership dues and religious school tuition.  We call this the Annual Gift of the Heart Commitment

In our commitment-based approach, we ask each congregant household to pledge an annual, financial contribution to sustain our congregation, based on their ability. We simply request that you contribute what you can afford. No one need ask for financial relief because of limited means or financial hardship.

Religious School

The Roz Goodell Religious School guides our students to discover, explore, and develop their knowledge and skills to live Jewishly in the world around them.

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