Bringing people together in a vibrant and friendly environment.
Our community centres offer many enjoyable activities for all ages, including exercise, discussions, computer lessons, social events, support groups and more.
We are delighted to be able to plan for resuming in-person activity and reopening centres between the weeks commencing 26th July and 1st October.
In line with our long-term strategic plan to focus on strengthening our care hubs, we will be upgrading our offering to members by relocating some centres and activities to make full use of and provide better access to the facilities on our care campuses.
Our online and virtual services, programmes and events will continue alongside resuming face-to-face activity. Meals on Wheels, telephone befriending, digital engagement and social work and family carers support services will all also continue as they have been over the last year.
The safety of our members, volunteers and staff remains our priority and we will be taking a number of precautions in line with Government guidance to ensure that any in-person activity is done safely and minimises any potential risk from Covid-19. This may mean that the suggested date for resuming activity may be subject to change at short notice, but of course we hope that this won’t be necessary.
To find out more about opening dates and any changes to your centre, please click on your centre below for more details.
This is the place to catch up with your friends with social events such as chatty cafe, tea parties, chaps that chat and more.
From online speaker events to quizzes and cooking, we've got a variety of online activities. You can see the full programme of activities at jewishcare.org/keepingactive
Jewish Care is providing Meals on Wheels to 3 times more people than before the Covid-19 pandemic. Find out more about Meals on Wheels here
If you or someone you know is feeling lonely or isolated and needs our services, we are still open and here for you and them. Find out more information about requesting a Befriender here
Do you or someone you know need a helping hand when it comes to technology? Please contact our Jewish Care Direct Helpline on 0208 922 2222 or email email@example.com for more information.
Please contact our Jewish Care Direct Helpline on 0208 922 2222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information with a member of our confidential Helpline.
Supports individuals, families, carers and communities by enabling people to make a meaningful difference to their lives, with dignity and choice. Find out more here
In line with Covid-19 restrictions and guidelines, our services have been adapted to meet current requirements. Click here for more information.
Find Community Centres
Southend and Westcliff Hebrew Congregation, The Talmud Torah Hall, Finchley Road, SS0 8AA Tel: 01702 334 655 Send an email
connect@southend is for more active, independent older Jewish people. It meets every Thursday and hosts a range of activities including art, discussions, 1-2-1 computer sessions, guest speakers...
Betty and Asher Loftus Centre, Asher Loftus Way, Colney Hatch Lane, London, N11 3ND, United Kingdom Tel: 0208 203 0521 Send an email
Based in Barnet, North London The Sam Beckman Centre offers activities, care and support which can enhance the overall wellbeing of the person living with dementia.
Raine House, 2-8 Beaumont Grove, Stepney, London, E1 4NQ Tel: 020 7790 6441 Send an email
Based in the East End of London, the centre is for older Jewish people living in East London and the City. It has been at the heart of East London's Jewish community for many years.
Maurice and Vivienne Wohl Campus, 221 Golders Green Road, London, NW11 9DQ Tel: 020 8922 2900 Send an email
Based in Golders Green, Michael Sobell JCC (Jewish Community Centre) is for any member of the Jewish community who wants to join. It offers a diverse range of creative, educational and engaging activities for all ages.
Common Road, London, HA7 3JE Send an email
At the heart of Sandringham is our new, vibrant Jewish community centre. The Ronson Family Community Centre is a hub, not just for the community who live at Sandringham, but for people of all ages from the wider Jewish community.