The mission of the Raleigh-Cary Jewish Community Center is to create the environment of a Jewish neighborhood where Jews of all ages, affiliations, and beliefs can enhance the quality of their lives through educational, recreational and social experiences. Our purpose is to ensure Jewish continuity by strengthening Jewish identity, promoting Jewish values and reinforcing our common Jewish heritage. Whether you're just starting a family, recently moved to the area or are looking to become more connected to the local Jewish community, the JCC is the perfect place to build meaningful connections with your neighbors. To learn more about becoming a member, please call the office at (919) 676-6170.
For over ten years, the JCC of Raleigh-Cary has provided a phenomenal summer experience to local Jewish children, offering grades Kindergarten-10 with cultural, educational, artistic and athletic activities to occupy their summer break. You belong here!
The JCC offers year-round sports leagues for children and adults. With an emphasis on teamwork, we encourage our players to be great sportsmen (and women) as well as great athletes! We also need volunteers to help with team management!
Want to keep in touch with your friends from summer camp? Looking to get involved in a local Jewish Youth movement? Are you a parent looking to socialize with other young families? Come learn about all the ways the JCC helps you get together and have fun.
Between luncheons, film screenings, outdoor activities, engaging speakers and a multitude of clubs, adult programming at the JCC offers something for everyone.
“We came wanting to learn, we left wanting to learn more.” Since 2001, Raleigh's Melton Adult Mini-School has helped Jewish adults to a greater understanding of their history, customs, beliefs and traditions.
Every summer, Jewish teens from across the world attend the Maccabi Games and Artsfest. Whether you're an althete or an artist, this is a wonderful opportunity to create lasting memories and friendships with your international peers.