We offer Jewish programming for people of all ages and backgrounds. We invite you to also check out our printable calendar for upcoming events!
Join us to learn more about and celebrate Jewish holidays at JCCMW!
Meditate in the sukkah on Sukkot. Help us light our giant LEGO menorah on Hanukkah. Celebrate Israel's 75th anniversary with Israeli dancing.
play + learn
Families with Young Children
Our programming includes many options for the youngest members of our community and their families to gather, celebrate holidays, and make lasting friendships and connections.
We welcome your family to join us for monthly Shabbat Tots in Nature and Friday Night Shabbat Tots programs, which incorporate special holiday-themed activities with nature walks and play.
On Jewish holidays, children may celebrate in many creative and meaningful ways, including attending a planting party for Tu Bishvat or building LEGO structures such as sukkahs and menorahs,
We support parents directly with workshops such as How to Raise Jewish Kids When You Didn’t Grow Up That Way, DIY Baby Naming, and How To Talk to Your Kids About God.
engage + enrich
Tweens and Teens
Tweens and teens will find many events designed especially for them, including community service projects, lectures, and entertaining workshops and events, like Purim Dungeons and Dragons Game Night and 3D Dreidel Printing.
JCCMW is a home for your all ages. We encourage grandparents and extended families to spend quality time together at our community events.
Our intergenerational programming includes events such as the Great Hanukkah Family Fry-Off, Dance, Drum, and Celebrate Israel, and the Family Planting Party for Tu Bishvat.
gather + learn
Adults have the opportunity to attend many special lectures, social events, and celebrations, while strengthening their connection with the Jewish faith.
Events and workshops have included a Tu Bishvat Wine Tasting and Purim Paper Maché Mask Making.