Ann Arbor JCC Online
Thu March 19 - Sun May 31
NEW: The Ann Arbor JCC ECC has a YouTube channel.
NEW: The Oshman Family JCC is making available a wide variety of high quality online programming.
NEW: JewishLive, started on Facebook, has a new website and calendar full of live streaming options.
Check out all the amazing opportunities to exercise, learn, explore, and build community online!
This page is updated periodically when new opportunities come along. The page is divided by geography with local Ann Arbor listings first, then other JCC’s, and finally anywhere.
Many options below will utilize an online sharing service called Zoom. If you’re unfamiliar with Zoom, check out this tutorial on how to use it.
While we all must spend most of our time in our homes now, we have new opportunities to connect, try something new, and be more intentional than ever about being in community with each other. Take a look below.
Check out the ECC’s new YouTube channel.
Go to:Ann Arbor J ECC Storytime
Check out our local PJ Library Facebook page for activities mostly aimed at youth and families, but some for adults, too.
Go to: facebook.com/pjannarbor
Beth Israel Congregation is offering a variety of online Shabbat and daily minyan services and classes.
Go to: Beth Israel Home Page
Temple Beth Emeth streams Shabbat services and other activites.
Go to: TBE Home Page
Jewish Federation is working hard to keep our community strong. Visit their COVID-19 Resources or Emergency Fund pages.
Go to: Federation Home Page
J’s Throughout the USA
Much of the programming offered by the J’s below will be available free of charge. However, these J’s are all independent, as is the Ann Arbor JCC, so we are not responsible for the content or offerings. You may find that some of the virtual programming requires registration, has an associated fee, or is available only to that J’s members.
Go to: East Valley JCC* (Chandler, AZ)
*Rabbi Beyo, who supervises our kosher kitchen, is the Executive Director at this JCC!
Go to: Riverdale Y (Bronx, NY)
Anywhere and Everywhere
JewishLive has such a large group of offerings, they have a new website for all things Jewish and streaming.
Go to: JewishLive
The LGBTQ community is going online via Keshet’s virtual event schedule.
Go to: Keshet Event Calendar
LesMills is offering a special group of 95 workout videos free for JCC’s. They will be available for the duration of the nationwide social distancing.
Go to: LesMills Workouts
JCCA shares its Speakers and Thought Leaders videos on its YouTube channel.
Go to: JCCA Videos
The content of videos linked above is for entertainment only. JCC’s are not medical organizations and any instructors or staff cannot provide medical advice or diagnosis. Physical exercise in all forms, even without equipment, is a strenuous physical activity. As such, you should consult your physician or other health care professional before starting this fitness program or any other fitness program to determine if it is right for you. If you are predisposed to a medical condition that may be worsened by physical exercise, please do not start any of these fitness programs. Do not start a fitness program if your physician or health care provider advises against it. If you experience faintness, dizziness, pain or shortness of breath at any time while exercising you should stop immediately. If you think you are having a medical or health emergency, call your health care professional, or 911, immediately.
During times of difficulty, here are links to some great 1 minute reminders from J Response to help build resiliance and keep steady.