Based on state guidance, the JCC is temporarily closed. This include ALL programs, events, and facility areas. Please see the JCC COVID UPDATES page under the JCC of the Lehigh Valley tab for ongoing updates on this situation and our future plans as it evolves.
We want to thank you for your continued support. As the COVID-19 crisis continues and we begin to learn more about the impact on our agency, we want to share some updates. more»
Camp JCC is pleased to announce the hiring of our new camp director, Kristen Johnson! Kristen comes to us with years of experience as a camp counselor and program director at a large day camp, formal education experience in a classroom setting, and a love for the outdoors. more»
Join Camp JCC as we embark on a new summer journey. While our location has changed, our program, core values, and camp spirit have not! more»
Thank you to everyone who joined us yesterday to celebrate the beginning of Hanukkah. We loved seeing all of the smiling faces and had so much fun visiting the different stations making dreidels and menorahs, decorating donuts, and eating latkes.
This month, meet the Born and Ellis families. Wendy and Ross Born, along with their daughter and son-in-law, Lisa and Andy Ellis, and their two children, epitomize three generations of philanthropists, leaders, and active community members at the JCC. They truly embody this year’s theme of “there for you at every stage of your journey.” more»
For as long as the Honorable Maxwell Davison can remember, Judaism, and specifically the Jewish Community Center, was the focal point of his life. Despite his hometown of Shenandoah’s small size and even smaller Jewish community, Max fondly remembers its JCC and synagogue (of which his father served as president). Being an active member and leader more»
If you are afraid of water, you are not alone! more»
On Sunday, September 15, the JCC partnered with Costco to bring a Health Fair to the Lehigh Valley. more»