The JFCC is an independent Jewish community, incorporating the best of all streams of Judaism.
Spiritually engaging, inclusive, questioning, creative and casual, the JFCC is a community where adult seekers and learners take ownership of their Jewish growth and evolving identity, and where families experience Judaism together.
Welcoming and affirming, and supporting the full participation of singles and families of all kinds—interfaith, single parent, GLBT, Jews of color, spiritual seekers wanting a taste of Judaism.
We meet at 6:30 pm, the 1st and 3rd Friday of each month, for a musical, up-beat,
participatory Shabbat service, followed by a vegetarian/dairy/fish pot-luck dinner.
Our gathering place is the Farmhouse at Temenos. Temenos is a Greek word, meaning “sacred space.”
When we come together in community, we co-create sacred space.