COVID-19 // Information & Updates


We're thrilled to announce that the outdoor pool will be open to members soon!

For more information, see the link below! Email us at [email protected] to update your file or call 248-432-5425 & we will help you over the phone!


Community Resources

Jfamily - Parent Resource HubJFMD Resource Page JCCA National Livestream


Social Media Groups Running virtual Programming 

JFit - JCC Fitness From Home JCC Cultural Arts  JFamily Detroit  JLearn JCC Day Camps


facility UPDATES // June 29, 2020 - 10AM E.s.t.

We're thrilled to announce that the outdoor pool will be open to members soon!

For more information, see the link below! Email us at [email protected] to update your file or call 248-432-5425 & we will help you over the phone!

Outdoor Pool Opening Soon - Announcement & Details!

June 12, 2020 - 12pm E.S.T.

Dear JCC Members and friends,

After lengthy discussions with the Oakland County Health Department, we regret to inform you that we are unable to open the pools at the JCC in a manner that will safely and practically meet the needs of our patrons.  

We are closely monitoring the constantly changing regulatory environment with the hope of being able to open this important recreational resource as soon as possible.  

We appreciate your support and ongoing patience.

Yours truly,

Brian D. Seigel 

CEO, JCC of Metro Detroit

APRIL 15, 2020 - 7PM E.S.T.

Dear friends and JCC Members:

The Executive Committee of the Board of Directors and staff leadership team have made the difficult decision to close all JCC operations at the Kahn Building including the Pitt Child Development Center and the Florine Mark Sports and Fitness Complex (Fitness) until further notice.

This does not apply to tenant operations which may continue at their discretion in coordination with JCC leadership. We are doing so based on recommendations from local and national health organizations, and because we want to deepen the efforts to positively contribute and model proactive safety measures for our community. Jewish tradition teaches us the importance of feeling responsible for one another – Kol Israel arevim zeh bazeh.

Protecting the health and safety of our families and community members, along with fulfilling our responsibility to slow the spread of COVID-19 is of the utmost importance. This is a difficult decision, as we know the important role that the JCC plays in your lives. We are a special place where people of all ages and backgrounds gather, connect with one another, and improve their mental and physical wellness. It is a place where all people are welcomed, embraced, and cared for. That remains our mission.

In the coming days, we will be working to find creative online and virtual ways to keep connecting with our members to continue to support your social, educational and wellness needs.

We are also working hard to take care of our amazing JCC staff, the heart and soul of the Center in this challenging and uncertain time. We will do all we can do to provide them with support, and make it possible for them to be back in their positions as soon as possible. We greatly appreciate your commitment to the JCC and never take it for granted. As we determine next steps beyond our initial two week time frame, we will continue to stay in touch and keep you informed.

Additional information or changes will be sent out through our various communication channels. Follow us on facebook and check your email for the latest information.

Your patience is appreciated while we work to prioritize your health and safety, and the health and safety of our extended community. We will continue to re-evaluate operations on an ongoing basis as needed and strategically plan for how to best provide programs and services during the new “normal”.

Please continue to focus on the health and wellness for you and your family. Stay connected to community as best you can. Reach out to those who are alone and afraid and without social support. Provide reassurance and love to family and friends.

Thank you for being a vital part of our vibrant community.

Together we will overcome.


Mark Rubenfire
President of the Board of Directors

Brian D. Siegel
CEO of the Jewish Community Center of Metropolitan Detroit

Program Updates Due To COVID-19
Evening of Comedy Featuring Sarge in Boca Raton postponed

COVID Out of an abundance of caution for the health and well-being of our Metro Detroit community and friends in Florida, the JCC has postponed the Michigan-Florida Reunion Evening of Comedy Featuring Sarge, scheduled for March 17 in Boca Raton, Fla.


In light of recent global developments and growing concerns around the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the JCC and Jfamily have made the decision to cancel our Matzah Factory series and postpone all Jfamily programs through the end of Passover (April 19th) This includes: all PJ Library Playdates, Jbaby New Moms, Jbaby Daddy & Me, Bubbies, Zaydies, Babies & Kids, Rock N Read & Birmingham Jewish Community - Challah Make & Take.
Please follow along on the JFamily Page for updates & community resources.
Arts & Culture
Due to complications for traveling speakers, and for the safety of our JCC community, the following events have been postponed:
March 15: Janice Charach Gallery Opening of STEEP
March 17: Justin Cammy
March 25: Eve Jochnowitz
March 29: Yiddish Glory

New dates will be announced as soon as possible. Current ticket-holders will be refunded. Call 248.432.5459 for more information.



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