Welcome to the JCA!

The page on our website – Services and Programs Update – has what you need to access the details
and zoom links of our activities at this time. Please check back often for updates. We look forward to seeing you!

Our Rabbi

Rabbi Benjamin Weiner leads our pursuit of Jewish learning, spirituality and activism.

Mitzvah & Volunteer Opportunites

Volunteers at the JCA are the lifeblood and the nefesh – the soul of our community.

Youth & Family Education

Opportunities for children and their families to learn, grow, and celebrate in Jewish community.

Announcements

Tikkun Olam Updates

The JCA Tikkun Olam Committee regularly posts information on current events, social justice actions and organizations in need of donations. Please click on Learn More to stay updated on their activities, and read about the principles that guide the work of social justice in our community.

Prayer Services Available Online

Our Weekday Shacharit service, Weekday Ma’ariv service, the Kabbalat Shabbat service in Hebrew and English, and our Shabbat Morning services are now available on the JCA Virtual Updates page. Click on Learn More to access them.

Upcoming

High Holidays
Literary Supplement

We are pleased to offer you this “literary supplement” including all of the poetry, reflections, divrei Torah, and rabbinic sermons, that were generated for this year’s High Holiday celebration at the JCA. Just click HERE to read for yourselves.

The Stolen Beam Series

You now have another opportunity to take this 5-session online class, developed by the JCA Tzedek Reparations Committee and now presented by CBI, to study and reflect on some of the writings of prominent thought leaders on the topic of Reparations for African-Americans as a path to restorative justice, including a review of the Case for Reparations, House Resolution 40, the particular Jewish case for reparations, and various models of reparations programs, past, present, and future.

The class will be held on Sundays from 7:00-8:15 pm on October 17, 24 and November 7, 14, 21, and is open to members of CBI, JCA, and Beit Ahavah. It is not a drop-in class; participants should plan to attend all sessions (except for extenuating circumstances) and do the preparatory readings. Register now at https://tinyurl.com/fwefwk. For more information: Sara Weinberger at spw128@comcast.net.

 

We support and celebrate each other in our individual lives,
in community, and in our work together as we strive
to meet the challenges of our world.

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