New Jersey Jewish Community Centers

Find the Jewish Community Center in New Jersey by taking a look at this comprehensive list of Jewish Community Centers. The JCC organization as a whole offers a wide variety of services tailored to the Jewish community, including recreational programs, early childhood centers, summer camps, classes, sports leagues and more.

Countries/States/Cities > New Jersey

Betty & Milton Katz JCC
1301 Springdale Rd
Cherry Hill,NJ 08003
Tel: 856-424-4444   Fax: 856-751-6804
Block-Hexter Vacation Center
271 Route 46, Unit A109
Fairfield,NJ 07004
Tel: 973-276-3233   Fax: 973-276-3188
JCC Metrowest
760 Northfield Ave
West Orange,NJ 07052
Tel: 973-530-3400   Fax: 973-736-6871
JCC of Central NJ
1391 Martine Ave
Scotch Plains,NJ 07076
Tel: 908-889-8800   Fax: 908-889-4070
JCC of Western Monmouth
100 Route 9 N
Manalapan,NJ 07726
Tel: 732-683-9300   Fax: 732-683-9301
Jewish Cmnty Campus Dvlpmnt Council
4 Princess Road, Suite 206
Lawrenceville,NJ 08648
Tel: 609-219-0555   Fax: 609-219-9040
Kaplen JCC on the Palisades
411 E Clinton Ave
Tenafly,NJ 07670
Tel: 201-569-7900   Fax: 201-569-7448
Lautenberg Family JCC
901 Route 10 E
Whippany,NJ 07981
Tel: 973-428-9300   Fax: 973-428-6068
Leon and Toby Cooperman JCC
760 Northfield Ave
West Orange,NJ 07052
Tel: 973-736-3200   Fax: 973-736-6871
Milton & Betty Katz JCC
501 N Jerome Ave
Margate City,NJ 08402
Tel: 609-822-1167   Fax: 609-822-9419
NJ Y Camps
21 Plymouth St
Fairfield,NJ 07004
Tel: 973-575-3333   Fax: 973-575-4188
Ruth Hyman JCC of the JCC of Greater Monmouth
100 Grant Ave
Deal Park,NJ 07723
Tel: 732-531-9100   Fax: 732-531-4718
Shimon and Sara Birnbaum JCC
775 Talamini Rd
Bridgewater,NJ 08807
Tel: 908-725-6994   Fax: 908-725-9753
YM-YWHA Division of the Jewish Federation of Greater Clifton/Passaic
199 Scoles Ave
Clifton,NJ 07012
Tel: 973-779-2980   Fax: 973-777-6701
YM-YWHA of North Jersey
One Pike Dr
Wayne,NJ 07470
Tel: 973-595-0100   Fax: 973-595-5234
YM-YWHA of Raritan Valley
PO Box 1359
Highland Park,NJ 08904
Tel: 732-249-2221

 

 

 

 

 

 

The JCC started as the YMHA (Young Men’s Hebrew Association) in 1854 in Baltimore to provide help for Jewish immigrants. The YMHA expanded to serve the Jewish community in New York City and the various branches were later consolidated to become the Jewish Welfare Board. In 1917, the organizations were later renamed Jewish Community Centers or JCCs. Now, there is a Jewish community center in almost every state in the U.S. and more than 350 Jewish Community Centers, YM-YWHAs, and camp sites throughout the U.S. and Canada.

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