The Jewish Community Alliance is now open to the public. We look forward to seeing you back in our building and online. Per our updated COVID policy as of Nov. 2021, proof of vaccination and masks are required at our indoor in-person programs. For our full policy, please click here. The KJFS food pantry will remain closed as we restructure. Over the next few months, we will continue to offer both in-person and virtual activities to meet your needs and keep you engaged and connected. Please follow us on social media, check back here often, and sign up for our emails to stay up to date!  



Southern Maine High Holiday Services Guide 2021/5782

September 3, 2021 |

Where to sign up? Do I need Zoom again this year?  High Holiday services in Southern Maine are mostly happening online or outdoors this year, so a little advanced planning is needed. To…

Staff ‘Shabbatical’ Week of Rest and Renewal

August 13, 2021 |

Our tradition honors the importance of the balance of work and rest, and in recognition of the unique challenges staff have faced over the past year, the JCA Board voted to authorize a…


August 6, 2021 |

The JCA prioritizes the health and safety of our community members, visitors and staff. Because we run a preschool and programs that serve young children who cannot yet be vaccinated, strict adherence to…

Center Day Camp Updates: End of Summer 2021 Session One and New Website

July 23, 2021 |

Center Day Camp wrapped up an incredibly successful first session last week, and we are so proud of the bonds and friendships that were created while maintaining a healthy, safe, fun environment!  Though it…


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As a combined Jewish Federation, Jewish Community Center and Jewish Family Services program, the JCA is here to be a resource for the entire Southern Maine community.

Thanks to the dedication of our staff and the unwavering support of our network, the JCA impacts our community in many ways. Working with an array of organizations and local congregations, we function as the hub of Jewish programming in Southern Maine.