In the News

‘Six Million Voices’ echoes the past while pointing to a better future


Mitzvah projects benefit lone soldiers


East Valley JCC hosts Arizona congressman who promises to stand by Israel in its ‘darkest time’


East Valley JCC’s Early Learning Center includes kindergarten starting next fall


Arizona students can tour Auschwitz virtually thanks to the East Valley JCC


7,500 lone soldiers won’t be with their families for the High Holidays


East Valley rabbi and CEO connects with his Sephardi side

Not your typical JCC: EVJCC’s reach extends beyond East Valley

EVJCC starts kosher food pantry with interfaith assist

High Holidays and soldiers alone in Israel

EVJCC offers virtual tours of Auschwitz

Jewish heritage is focus of EVJCC’s genealogy class

How our JCC adjusted to the pandemic in 2020

EVJCC receives accreditation from Global Biorisk Advisory Council (GBAC)

EVJCC hires controller drawn to community programs and nonprofit work

First person by Pam Morris: The most important thing I need to share with my children 


Holocaust concert exposes personal history and collective grief


First person by Rabbi Michael Beyo: Why I became a U.S. citizen


Lone soldier Chanukah campaign


Tips for choosing a charity


East Valley JCC partners with Elie Wiesel Center on lecture series


EVJCC names new board chair


Rabbi sits down with imam for frank conversation about faith, discrimination


East Valley JCC Israeli movie series starts this week


First Person by Rabbi Michael Beyo: A life-size replica of the Mishkan built in Queen Creek


Exhibit shows how legendary directors were changed by WWII, Holocaust


New EVJCC course aims to guide genealogy novices


EVJCC spotlights Yiddish culture, Jewish folk music at Klezmer Music Festival


EVJCC project sends Chanukah greetings to lone soldiers


EVJCC exhibit tells the story of Vilnius before, during and after World War II


Weekly learning opportunities abound for seniors at the East Valley JCC


Family column by Pam Morris: Mess-free indoor play ideal for summer fun 


EVJCC presents stunning tales of Polish heroism with exhibits, theater