JCC Maccabi & JR. Maccabi

jcc maccabi experience

Through JCC Maccabi Games and JCC Maccabi ArtsFest, young Jewish athletes share in the fun of competing and the pride of being part of a world-famous Olympic style event while Teen artists spend their days in master classes with professional artists-in-residence prepating for the closing event.  Both programs experience the joy of meeting their peers from North America and other countries in an event with Jewish content and values.



JCC Maccabi Games

The JCC Maccabi Games are a cultural as well as athletic event for Jewish teenagers. The Games take place annually in the summer. The Games feature a week of international athletic competitions, a community service project, home hospitality and evening social events. The Games highlight and strengthen one's personal connection to his or her own Judaism thus continuing the historic sports tradition passed on from generation to generation.
Interested in learning more about JCC Maccabi Games? Click here or contact Sherri Feldscher, CJ, 973-530-3425 (

Want to see what the national movement is doing? Go to Check out the JCC Maccabi Israel website

Junior Maccabi Program

We participate in the regional Junior Maccabi Games. This program is a one day event taking place on a Sunday in May. Jewish athletes ages 10-12 compete in a variety of sports including baseball, basketball, soccer, swimming, and tennis. Tryouts take place beginning in January.

Maccabi and Jr. Maccabi Information


JCC Maccabi ArtsFest® is an arts experience for Jewish teens taking place annually during the summer. It features home hospitality, includes opening and closing events, workshops, performances, exhibits, community service, and social activities, while it strengthens bonds to Jewish heritage, community and Israel.

Interested in learning more about JCC Maccabi ArtsFest? Click here or contact Carol Berman at 973-530-3421 (

Want to see what the national movement is doing? Go to Check out the JCC Maccabi Israel website

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  • Leon & Toby Cooperman JCC

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    760 Northfield Avenue

    West Orange