The NEW JCA Newsletter,
Kolot – JCA Voices
is now available here.
You may also pick up a
copy in the JCA lobby.

Adult Education
New Fall 2016
course listings

JCA Hall Gallery
The Visual Art Committee welcomes the works of
Neil Brigham
August 4 – October 27.

Project Rehovot
The JCA's program to help underserved children in Israel
More information
Buy Your Dean's Beans Coffee Through the JCA and
Support The JCA School!
Dean's Beans Order Form
More info about the coffee

Lunch & Learn
with Rabbi Weiner
Wednesdays
12:15-1:15 pm
current class material
Interested in Reading Torah
at Services?
Contact Aaron Bousel
at abousel@comcast.net
and check our
spreadsheet
of weekly readings.
Create your Jewish legacy with a planned gift through the Create a Jewish Legacy of Western Massachusetts program.



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Sanctuary

BENJAMIN WEINER, RABBI
Read Rabbi Weiner's blog

Welcome. The Jewish Community of Amherst (JCA) is a welcoming egalitarian synagogue affiliated with the Jewish Reconstructionist Movement. It is committed to offering rich spiritual, educational, and social opportunities to a diverse Jewish community in the Amherst area - from guiding our young and learning from our elders to helping improve conditions in the greater community.

The Jewish Community of Amherst is dedicated to creating and maintaining an open, dynamic, spiritual and participatory membership. We believe a strong commitment to Jewish values and embracing the spiritual richness of our traditions enables our diverse community to meet the challenges of our contemporary world. We are an open and welcoming community, including members who are gay, lesbian, straight, bisexual, and transgender, single, in-married and inter-married, and of a variety of colors, backgrounds, physical abilities and economic means.

Send an email to request membership information.    


Directions to the JCA Cemetery 221 Leverett Road in Shutesbury, MA
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